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Good stories leave a lasting impression. Even if the audience can't remember exact details, years down the road, they will still remember if it was...
Great tips that could be applied to any individual or business wanting to tell their story, whether it's online, a resume, or some other medium.
Brand storytelling is big - and getting bigger. As we're all geeky about the content, stories and ideas that brands publish we thought we'd take a look at the
Keep it short!
Great Infographic about the affects of Storytelling on the Brain .
The following post is a guest post by Alexis Niki, a Paris-based founder & CEO of StoryNova, which provides concept and story strategy and development
A Jornada do Eu Herói.
The Hero's Journey - Joseph Campbell
We are now in the age of visual information where visual content plays a role in every part of life. As 65 percent of the population are visual learn
Learn why our brains go nuts for a good yarn -- and how you can recreate it in your marketing.
This is rather long article but worth reading especially for marketing and communications people. Contains links to primary sources which is always a plus.
Why we are 'wired' for stories.
Visit www.myparade.com to create your own free scrolling album to share with your friends.
Using your own photos, its free and easy to share
Google has used Earth and Maps to tell tales of unfolding tragedies and soldiers fighting for our country. Now its opening up those tools to the public,
It seems that mapping, as a storytelling tool, is becoming extremely popular, with new sets and tools opening every day (see my post yesterday on www.vizworld.com about CartoDB.com updating their mapping tools with new capabilities and free subscriptions).