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John Jantsch

The Importance of Great Storytelling In Your Web Design

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Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. In this article, John Jantsch reminds us that no website can be complete without great storytelling. Your Website must tell a story Your website is the hub of your online presence – period. (Well, maybe that’s not exactly true from you right now, but it


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Jan Gordon
Curatti Thank You, 2016

Since our launch 3 years ago, Curatti has evolved into a crowd-sourced blog. Was this intended? Probably not! But it’s quite a journey, and one that we lightly guide , but ultimately go along with. In any given week, we will get several inquiries by potential new guest bloggers. There are also no shortage of


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Scott Aughtmon

Content Marketers: This is How Your Prospect’s Brains React To Stories

The effects of stories, on the brain

Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. In this article, Scott Aughtmon shows us how stories affect our brains. Food for thought, indeed, in your efforts to write engaging content that converts. This Is Your Brain on Stories “The brain is a wonderful organ. It starts working the moment you get up


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Susan Gilbert

How to Build Your Brand With Snapchat

If you’ve been tracking the growth of top social networks, then you’ll about Snapchat’s meteoric rise over the last year. Back in September 2011, this image messaging app was started by three Stanford University college students — Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy and Reggie Brown. According to Wikipedia, Snapchat today has 10 billion daily video views.


Lucy Adams

Storytelling Quotes from Great Writers [Infographic]

A very rare move by us – A Saturday post. Just a brief editorial lead but no curation at all. For some light, non-businessy reading, we’d like to present this lovely infographic by BuzzEssay.com, of a great storytelling quote from each of 15 famous writers! Enjoy! Storytelling Quotes from Great Writers A special thank you


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Susan Gilbert

How To Build a Successful Book Marketing Plan

Whether you have just started, are in the process of, or finishing up your business book you may be wondering where you are going to find the time for marketing and publicity? Building a book marketing strategy can become a job in itself, which is why many authors may feel they need to put off


Michael Brenner

How To Convey Purpose Through Brand Storytelling

Today’s consumers aren’t just passively buying from brands. They view their purchases as extensions of their identity and values. What this means for marketers is that effective marketing can’t just be about promoting a product for its sole use or benefits anymore. Successful marketing needs to be able to create a purpose, a community and


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Scott Aughtmon

The Life-Changing Power of Content Marketing: A Story

This is the amazing story of how content marketing took one woman on a journey from being a Silicon Valley worker to the owner of a Michelin-rated restaurant. The most surprising fact? How inexperienced she was as a chef. She told SFGate.com… “I learned to cook when I first tasted what passed for Thai food here in the States. Before


Danny Brown

Pure Blogging Is About The Experience We Give Our Readers

Recently, I read a blog post by Jack Steiner entitled Do People Really See You? It’s an insightful read about being there when it’s important to be, and what it means to follow through on your promised actions. The post, like many others of Jack’s, really resonated with me, and I left a comment, which


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Jan Gordon

Storytelling with Snapchat and Periscope

By Brian Fanzo Every brand in every industry is currently struggling with finding ways to relate with their audience, creating content of value and find unique ways to tell their stories.  Technology and social media are amazing channels for brand storytelling but brands must first have a compelling story then understand and embrace the community. 


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