As you know, storyteller marketing is vital for creating lasting, meaningful, emotional relationships with audiences. You can use stories in your video marketing strategy, your newsletter, on your website, etc. Stories happen everywhere, but how do you craft a great story? Use our storyteller marketing template to get started and let your creativity guide you from there.
You’ve heard that video marketing is a game changer for any brand, but that doesn’t really put into context just how much video audiences are watching or how many conversions transpire because of video marketing. To put it into perspective, we’ve gathered, organized, and put into context the most vital video marketing statistics for 2019. Roll film.
On the forefront, blogging seems easy. You write an article that is several hundred to a few thousand words in length, edit it, and publish it online. Ta-da! A blog. But that doesn’t mean your blog will work. Having a blog “work”, meaning, having a blog that draws audiences to your website, a blog that gets shared, a blog that leads to new audiences and to conversations, takes more effort. Here, we outline the key fundamentals of the science of blogging.
Whether you’ve embraced storyteller marketing from the word go or you’re still trying to wrap your head around the plot points, this rundown of the best articles about storyteller marketing is for you. In these articles, you’ll find the how, the what, the why, the when, and the in what medium (along with some primo examples) of storyteller marketing for every brand.
You’ve heard that quality content is essential for connecting with your audience. Almost equally important is timing. When you post your content makes a huge difference in whether or not your audience will even see it. Because people’s social traffic patterns change, what you did in 2017 or 2018 may not be as effective now that it’s 2019. Here we break down the best times, generally speaking, for brands to post on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Socrates’ adage is to know thyself; we say marketers, know they audience (and sure, know thyself, too). In this case, we are speaking to a specific audience—to those who want to reach the 30A market. 30A is a scenic highway in Santa Rosa Beach in Walton County. It’s comprised of just under 14,000 year-round residents with the majority (32%) being age 35 to 54, and if you want to reach to reach them, you need to know a few things about them.
Storyteller marketing is an approach to reaching your audience that relies on stories to form genuine connections. No gimmicks. No tricks. Just honest communication. The thing is, many people believe they “hate writing” or “can’t write a good story”, and that just isn’t true. But there are some truths relative to storyteller marketing, and if you’re willing, we’d like to share five things you need to know about storyteller marketing to make it work for you.
If you’re a business that wants to have staying power, you need a blog. Blogs allow you to have an ongoing dialogue with your audience while keeping your website and social media platforms active. For a blog to work, though, you need to be consistent and to stick to it. When you do blog and blog consistently, the payoff is tremendous.
One of the most essential components to successful content marketing is a plan. Planning is often overlooked, resulting in marketers and editorial team pulling content together weeks, days, or hours before it goes live. This method is madness because it doesn’t allow for strategy, which enables marketers to pack the biggest punch with audiences. In a world where content proliferation and distractions are everywhere, marketers can’t afford to nothave a strategy.
No matter where you are in your business, hiring a marketing consultant to conduct analytics, to evaluate your current strategy, to help you set new goals, to devise new plans, to help you better reach existing audiences, and to reach new audiences (among other things) will have immeasurable benefits.