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- Everyone - every company, organization has a story. Tell it, we all can learn and benefit from your story but be authentic, real
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Infographic: Creating a transmedia project

Infographic: Creating a transmedia project | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, March 21, 12:07 AM


Kidscreen:  "Sean Patrick O'Reilly, CEO and founder of Arcana, a Vancouver-based comic book publisher and animation studio, provides a map on how to best wield the power of transmedia projects."

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Data Overwhelm: Tell Better Stories Instead

Data Overwhelm: Tell Better Stories Instead | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it
Storytelling in business is the only way we can derive meaning from the cacophony of communication that fills our lives.

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, September 26, 2013 11:53 AM

This is a great inforgraphic and the blog post has a powerful message to go along with it. With people overwhelmed with data and information, help them sort through it by sharing stories instead. That's what creates meaning. And trust. And better communications.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it

Cilian Fennell's comment, September 27, 2013 6:40 AM
Excellent. I was just thinking about this last week- http://www.cilianfennell.com/storytelling/
Karen Dietz's comment, September 27, 2013 12:03 PM
Fabulous Cilian. Glad it is making the rounds. Thanks for the comment and link!
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SEVEN STEPS TO PERFECT STORIES???

SEVEN STEPS TO PERFECT STORIES??? | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it
From structure and plot to heroes and characters, your story must have everything in place if it's to connect with the reader. Follow our guide to storytelling success.

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Hans Heesterbeek's insight:

Great graph and a way to geet your story told

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Karen Dietz's comment, July 25, 2013 2:03 PM
Amy, many thanks for your comment! I'm glad my review was helpful :) Hope you are having an awesome week.
Vnay Thoke's curator insight, August 28, 2013 4:17 AM

Perfect for amatuer writers.

Hans Heesterbeek's curator insight, September 20, 2013 12:38 AM

Nice infographic

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How To Make Your Message Stick Infographic

How To Make Your Message Stick Infographic | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it
A great infographic about how to make your message stick. This is perfect for any budding social entrepreneurs trying to figure out how to convey their ideas to potential funders, partners, employees,...

 

LOVE this infographic! It's all about using storytelling and story elements to make your content stick. The infographic makes perfect sense, is easy to read and understand, and is right on!

 

Keep this one handy and refer to it often :)) I know I will be using it in my classes and workshops.


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Kurt Vonnegut's Shapes of Stories in infographic form

Kurt Vonnegut's Shapes of Stories in infographic form | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

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Fotis Begklis's curator insight, February 26, 3:32 AM

Nice

Debbie Elicksen 's curator insight, February 28, 12:00 PM

How would you shape your story?

Andrew Raimist's curator insight, March 1, 1:06 AM

Kurt Vonnegut's rejected anthropology thesis proposed that the shapes of a culture's stories was at least as important as the shapes of their pots and spearheads.


I've been interested about the potential relationship of literary form to visual form, how we understand them logically, intellectually and emotively. How could a drawing, painting or work of architecture express the ideas contained in a work of literature through the use of form?


You can see Vonnegut discuss his ideas on the shapes of stories in this clip on YouTube:


http://youtu.be/oP3c1h8v2ZQ

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SEVEN STEPS TO PERFECT STORIES???

SEVEN STEPS TO PERFECT STORIES??? | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it
From structure and plot to heroes and characters, your story must have everything in place if it's to connect with the reader. Follow our guide to storytelling success.

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Hans Heesterbeek's insight:

Nice infographic

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Karen Dietz's comment, July 25, 2013 2:03 PM
Amy, many thanks for your comment! I'm glad my review was helpful :) Hope you are having an awesome week.
Hans Heesterbeek's curator insight, July 30, 2013 1:48 AM

Great graph and a way to geet your story told

Vnay Thoke's curator insight, August 28, 2013 4:17 AM

Perfect for amatuer writers.

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We Need Social Producers: Catalysts for Conversations, Info & ROI

We Need Social Producers: Catalysts for Conversations, Info & ROI | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

This piece came to me from my fellow curator Jan Gordon. She is an EXCELLENT curator and if you follow her curation it will help your business a lot.

What I really like about this piece is its basic question -- are you sharing your biz stories for messaging or for engagement? These are two very different activities and will generate different results for your business.

Read Jan's excellent review below, read Brian Solis' article, and start shifting your storytelling so you can achieve better business results!


This wonderful piece was written by Brian Solis and as always, he captured the essence of what's needed to move your content to the next level, where your audience becomes an active participant. This is where relationships and communities are built, brand advocates, word of mouth and commerce follows if this is done right.

 

Here's what caught my attention:

 

Social Producers are the new storytellers

 

**To thrive in social, mobile and new media in general, we need much more than content producers, we need a new breed of designers that grasp the elements of online sharing and have mastered the ART of social media

 

**They know how to  trigger desirable (and social) actions, reactions and transactions

 

**A new genre of social producers are taking aim at developing content strategies that are not only consumable, they're shareable, actionable and act as catalysts or sparks for relevant conversations.

 

**These social producers are in fact masters of their domains and understand the culture and the laws of information commerce within each

 

The difference between Social Producers and traditional content creators is they begin with social outcomes

 

**they understand the relationship between cause and effect and they bake-in conversation starters related to an integrated and business-focused strategy

 

**Social producers think about the overall experience and the effect where a social object is at the center of the dialogue and interaction they envision....within each network

 

**The overall story and outcome defines the nature of the social object.

 

Takeaway

 

**Beyond shareability, the social producers also think about resonance. Conversations on social networks move quickly.


**What was trending an hour ago gives way to  the next social object that captures everyone's attention until that too is replaced by the next shiny object and so on.


**Resonance is a technique that allows a social object to enjoy a greater lifespan and continue to swim upstream while other content strategies wash away in real-time.


**As you think about your content strategy for social networks, do so from the perspective of a social producer.

 

**While the social effect is certainly a goal, the social effect is also the result of social design.

 

**In the end, people are going to talk, so give them something to talk about!

 

Curated by Jan Gordon covering, "Curation, Social Business and Beyond"

 

Read full article here: [http://bit.ly/Qvxa6J]


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janlgordon's comment, September 25, 2012 11:10 AM
Marty, I loved your insights and comments, right on the money - this is indeed one of those articles that ignites that spark in me and I can see in you as well - taking static content and moving it to the next level. Thank you for your kind words and wisdom as well.
Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, September 25, 2012 12:05 PM
Thanks Jan. I think your notes are more valuable than the article and this is NOT the first time that has been true :). Certainly the article by itself isn't as powerful as article + your note, so the very definition of the benefit of content curation - content becomes more valuable with each touch :). M
Josette Williams's comment, October 1, 2012 4:14 PM
Really happy you like this article Gust.