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7 Deadly Sins of Brand Storytelling (or why your brand storytelling sucks)

ReimaginePR

an open book showing an eaten apple and a snake, standing in for at least a couple of the deadly sins when it comes to brand storytelling. There’s so much going on and you’re doing what you can to get some compelling brand storytelling done and out into the world. Most brand storytelling sucks. See a movie?

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Digital Storytelling for B2B Brands

5W PR

Companies in the B2B industry can bring new life to their content with the help of digital storytelling. There are plenty of opportunities for B2B businesses to utilize digital storytelling, given the amount of consumer engagement in the industry, as well as the consumer research that many companies have been executing.

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How Data-Driven Storytelling Drives PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

For many B2B technology brands, data is not only a business asset, but a PR tool. No one should underestimate the power of data for storytelling. Yet it can yield real insights for inclusion in a thought leadership program for key executives. In other words, data-driven storytelling produces leads.

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How Public Relations Can Enhance AdTech Marketing

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Adtech brands must find creative ways to cut through the noise and highlight the value their particular technology brings to customers and the industry. Strategic PR delivers many benefits for adtech brands. It gives adtech brands a distinct edge in an overly commoditized marketplace.

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“Thought Leadership” vs “Thought Followship”

Ishmael's Corner

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Commenting on an industry issue by itself does not constitute thought leadership. The post “Thought Leadership” vs “Thought Followship” appeared first on Ishmael's Corner ~ Storytelling Techniques For Business Communications.

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Changing Content Consumption Trends And What They Mean For PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

Only then can we understand where brand conversations and messages make sense. In the media business, we talk a lot about how brands can get into those conversations through advertising. Mobile ecommerce is booming, with 54% of millennial and 55% of GenZ shoppers saying social is their preferred channel for discovering brands.

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What Does “Storytelling” Mean to You? 105 Answers from Communicators

Sword and the Script

Storytelling is a powerful means of persuasion; it can be both a strategy, as in an overall narrative but it also can be a tactic, like using vignettes; here’s what a recent survey found. Years ago, there was a consultant in the DC area that had an unusual title on his business card: “chief storyteller.” There’s a science to it.