No, this isn't another 'Facebook as a disappointment' story. It's about how we best use Facebook or, more broadly, our content marketing. With over 3.5 Billion pieces of content shared each week on Facebook, brands first impulse is to jump...
This article doesn't sound like it is about storytelling -- but it is.
What I like about it is the author's sage words of advice: quit publishing random content on Facebook (or any other social media platform) and start publishing content that tells an integrated story.
In other words, think of yourself as a curator, selecting only the best value-added content for your channels that reflects a consistent story about your business and what you offer. And stop the scatter-shot approach.
And don't worry if you are not sure what 'story' you need to tell consistently. You don't have to figure it all out now. In truth, your 'editorial voice' will emerge over the first few weeks/months and get stronger/clearer as you go along.
So think deeply about the insights shared in this article, and about your business storytelling. Check and see if you need to shift your focus, eliminate any deadwood, and strength your 'story' so it is more consistent.
This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it