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What Are The Elements Of A Good Story?

Part One of Two Telling good stories are about forming connections. Before film, television, social media – even before books, people have been telling stories. They are a way to preserve culture, share family history and connect with others. Creating good stories now isn’t all that different, we just have more technology to help us. Storytellers are the keepers of history, culture, tradition and the zeitgeist. The ones we turn to when we want to know more about something – be it in history books, or in publications like Wired and Fast Company, both of which tell stories about what the future will or could look like. In sitting down to write this – it got me thinking – telling a great story

How to Give Good Video

We know from previous posts that the brain processes images differently than it processes text. Throw in how the brain processes video – and now we’ve got a party! Here are some fun facts from this amazing article in Psychology Today: Consumers are 39 percent more likely to share content if it’s delivered via video, and 36 percent more likely to comment and 56 percent more likely to give that video a coveted “like.” The average consumer with an Internet connection watches roughly 206 videos per month, and Nielsen claims 64 percent of marketers expect video to dominate their strategies in the near future. Videos are processed by the brain 60,000 times faster than text. That article also talks

Some Pros & Cons of Quora

Part 2 of 2 Pros of Quora Great potential for massive exposure Quora can help you expand your networking and visibility in numerous beneficial ways. Other than engaging existing clients, it can also help you attract the potential customers. Interestingly, Quora can also help you connect with industry experts and other marketing geniuses that you need to keep a track of in order to stay competitive. Quora can give you some amazing ideas Marketing is all about creativity. If you feel like you are running out of ideas, all you need to do is head on to Quora. Whether you need interesting and creative topics for your blog, or you need to make effectively engaging tag lines for your website, Quora

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