Story

The dictionary describes a 'story' as an account of incidents or events, a broadcast, or a statement regarding the facts of a situation. It's also called an anecdote, or a short fictional narrative, or (our favorite) the intrigue or plot of a narrative or dramatic work. It's even stated that a story can be also known as a legend, or a romance. A story is what you choose to tell and how you choose to tell it, and the marketing behind it stands to put the story into as many hands as possible.

In the simplest of terms, our philosophy is this:

STOP MARKETING. START STORYTELLING.

If you tell a great story, your audience will follow.  Put your money into marketing products that tell a great story, one that your customers will find useful and engaging. And not temporary, shortened versions - the types of marketing pieces that that will last and continue to bring the focus to your business.

It's important to us to always tell a good story, and in the online marketing realm, where new tactics are arriving daily, we are also committed to staying on top of emerging strategies, search engine updates and trending content marketing products.

HOW WE WORK

·          acting as an external content marketing department by offering content marketing services

·          serving as a guide for new or existing businesses who are just starting their own content marketing programs

·         simplifying the process entirely, making it easy for your business to adopt a content marketing strategy and connect with your audience

OUR VISION

We will continue to work for a day when the internet is filled with good stories, where logging on can feel as satisfying and comforting as walking into a bookstore or cozying up next to a campfire for some good old fashioned storytelling.

IT'S ABOUT TIME FOR A GOOD STORY.

Read more about our services, or watch this video for a little more about business storytelling.

Content Marketing and Storytelling

We like to describe content marketing as an ongoing story and a continuous conversation with your audience.  A successful content marketing strategy is a story that continues for the duration of your business. The way content marketing works is this: search engines crawl the web looking for engaging websites (those that provide useful, valuable, humorous, entertaining and interesting content to their viewers). When sites produce a regular stream of a variety of this kind of content and it is well-received by the audience (as evidenced by page views, bounce rates, and several other analytics aspects), these sites are rewarded with improved search rankings and greater online visibility.

The more kinds of original content your business is using to tell your story, the better your chances of having the most visibility in your industry.  Coupling that with a little old-fashioned SEO can boost your online presence and customer engagement by leaps and bounds.

The best thing about content marketing? Unlike traditional advertising, content is evergreen, meaning it lives on as long as your site and social sites are in existence. And duration is rewarded as well, with ever-increasing page views and boosted site traffic. Think about it this way: if you purchase an ad on a website or in a magazine, the ad has an expiration date. If your potential clients don't see it within the window of the ad's contract, they will never see it at all. With content marketing, your content lives on for the duration of the site it is on. If it's your site, it's there as long as you want it to be. Simple as that.

Good content marketing accomplishes everything mentioned, but it goes beyond that to tell a strong story with every piece of branded content. Your story is just waiting to be told; we'd love to help you write it.

Did you know....

27, 000,000 pieces of content are shared each day.
9 in 10 organizations market with content.
79% of marketers report their organizations are shifting to branded content.
73% of digital marketers agree that ‘brands are becoming publishers.’
61% of consumers say they ‘feel better about a company’ and are ‘more likely to buy from a company’ that delivers content.

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about each of these types of content.

Blog posts and Onsite Content

Blog posts and Onsite Content

Email and Newsletter Content

Email and Newsletter Content

Social Media Engagement

Social Media Engagement

Graphic Design and Original Artwork

Graphic Design and Original Artwork

Press Releases

Press Releases

Whitepapers/ Free Guides

Whitepapers/
Free Guides

Podcasts and Audio Recording

Podcasts and Audio Recording

Webinars and Hangouts

Webinars and Hangouts

Original Photography

Original
Photography

 
Video Production

Video Production