I believe in being different and showing your uniqueness via a great story. I believe that the businesses who tell stories will have a thicker bottom line in the growing social web. Here are a few ways to tell better stories.
Everybody loves a list, right? Well, here’s mine — a 46-point manifesto-like checklist for anybody looking to communicate corporate sustainability. It’s not rocket science. But as the following pointers suggest, there’s every opportunity to get it wrong and a plethora of reasons to get it right.
We are no strangers to the benefits of storytelling in content marketing. Knowing that audiences are more likely to remember (and share) stories that connect in an emotional way has allowed marketers to develop truly unique content. But storytelling is an art that requires finesse, integrity and a touch of humility, and there is possibly
How do you win as a brand in a world where products are more and more alike, where distribution systems are efficient and far-reaching, where everyone has a “story” and is telling it across multiple channels? If you can’t win on quality, efficiency, timeliness or narrative—or at the very least, you can’t hold any advantage ...More
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