An important part of a successful business is connecting with your audience. One way to connect is to share your business story with your audience. Just like any good Marvel superhero, you, too, have a fascinating origin and evolution story. Like a superhero, you’ve made mistakes and have grown from those mistakes. Meanwhile, you go above and beyond to help others with your business. These are the stories that compel audiences to fall in love with superheroes, and these are the stories that will make your audience want to join your team.
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Last week, we talked about overcoming your fears of live storytelling. This week, we will talk about how to use your newfound confidence as a live storyteller and how to plan. While live storytelling may seem spontaneous, like all other great content and great stories, there should be an element of planning involved.
In the ever-changing landscape of the internet and social media, which we will post about later this month, staying relevant and generating traffic are increasingly complex challenges. Earlier this summer, we posted about how to go live on Facebook. Going live and using live storytelling are important strategies for you to grow your brand and to engage with your audience. Of course, many people hate the idea of going live or being on video or anything of the like. If you are one of the thousands who are feeling camera shy, let us help you rip off the Band-Aid, hit record, and tell your story like a pro.