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SXSWi Report: Liquid Journalism and Dynamic Storytelling Emerge in 2013

SXSWi Report: Liquid Journalism and Dynamic Storytelling Emerge in 2013 | Storytelling Content Transmedia |

Eddie Rehfeldt:  "Breaking News: the search for a better narrative format for the internet is now available. Ben Decker once said “the internet is not just another TV pipe” and this was made apparent at SXSWi in Austin last week."

Via The Digital Rocking Chair, Mattia Nicoletti
Dr. Pamela Rutledge's curator insight, March 29, 2013 2:16 AM
The lines at SxSW definitely tell the story: this isn't just the year of the story, it's the decade of coordinated, additive and interactive storytelling across multiple media channels for everything from entertainment and branding to education and journalism. It all starts with the story.
cyneth's curator insight, April 2, 2013 7:47 PM

Create compelling content for multiple devices, immersive web-based experiences from data driven stories (infographics on visual video steroids) to interactive tablet documentaries. Eddie Rehfeldts report from SXSW - "There are mind-bending interactive story approaches available right now."

Yael BOUBLIL's curator insight, April 7, 2013 5:08 PM

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Content Marketing 2.0: Story + Narrative Connect People & Brands

Content Marketing 2.0: Story + Narrative Connect People & Brands | Storytelling Content Transmedia |
Improve your brand content marketing efforts with a strong understanding of storytelling and narrative, plus tips to use both to better connect with your top audiences.

Via Mattia Nicoletti
Luca Brigada's insight:

The art of telling brand story has been a central content marketing theme for some time. In Content Marketing Storytelling: Secrets from the Big Screen, Robert Rose writes, “The customer is not your hero … Your brand should always be the hero that will be transformed.” then John Hagel explains the difference between story and narrative.

Charlotte Johnson's curator insight, March 19, 2013 8:28 PM

How do people feel about brands using content marketing and creating a narrative to help sell their brand? Do you think it makes them appear more human? Is it something consumers are likely to follow in our fast passed ‘on the go’ world? What kind of brands does this type of marketing suit?

I personally like narrative marketing and I think it brings personality to a brand, if done wrong it can become annoying but if done right I think it can cause customers to think about the brand in a different light and help widen their customer base and enhance their customer relationships.


What are your thoughts?

PHAM THU NGA's comment, March 19, 2013 8:59 PM
The article is beautiful written. Using content marketing and creating a narrative is also important tool to build up the brand. It helps to connect and deeper the relationship between the consumers and the brand. "Narratives are hugely powerful, and often ignored. They represent the pull-mechanism that draws out people and resources, despite the uncertainty that exists in the world. They shape the world around us." That's inspired. I also like the statement" The goal is to sell to people who believe what you believe.”
Jess Tracey's comment, March 20, 2013 6:44 AM
I think narrative marketing can be effective for certain brands, but is not necessarily suitable for all brands. I agree that it can help consumers identify more deeply with a brand, by allowing them to understand the brand and what they stand for, but this is only appropriate in some cases. I think narrative marketing is more suited to high-involvement product marketing rather than for low-involvement products. This is because consumers are more invested in the products they are buying when it is a high-involvement product, therefore they want to feel more connected to the brand.