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Brickflow wants to reshape curated storytelling

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Brickflow is a new hashtag-based visual storytelling platform for bloggers and journalists interested in creating curated social media slideshows quickly and effortlessly.
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As a journalist, blogger, and curator, I am always on the lookout for great tools to check out and add to my collection.

 

If you do not know Brickflow yet, time to be acquainted. This new visual storytelling web app allows you to create “cinematic” slideshows in seconds. Called flows, these creations can feature content based on specific hashtags or keywords.

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Embed Your Biz Stories Anyway With Cowbird's New Function

Embed Your Biz Stories Anyway With Cowbird's New Function | Business in a Social Media World | Scoop.it
Cowbird has been used by the National Geographic and other outlets as a storytelling tool

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Karen Dietz's comment, May 24, 2013 2:15 PM
HI Barbara and thanks for your input! When Cowbird originally came out, I too thought it would not work for business folks so have ignored it. I thought the focus on personal stories not related to business wouldn't work. I really didn't think Cowbird would be attractive to businesses because of the type of stories people were sharing plus the stories stayed on Cowbird's site. But because they've added new functionality where you can now embed your stories on your website, blog, etc. I think businesses could use it today. The best business stories are personal. I've poked around Cowbird and it seems a simple enough tool to use so I think biz folks could definitely leverage it now to their advantage. I am sure businesses will come up with creative ideas for how using this tool if they want.
Jeff Domansky's comment, May 24, 2013 3:32 PM
Hi all, I agree Cowbird is not for most businesses yet. But imagine if your business wanted to connect with customers and encourage them to share their personal stories in a contest, to illustrate a concept or support a charity? I'm with Karen. It's not the tools, it's the creativity that counts.
Karen Dietz's comment, May 24, 2013 4:08 PM
Yeah, great idea Jeff! Sort of like Pinterest.
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