Storytelling has always been an important part of successful marketing.
The stories help us establish links with consumers and create our own unique image. But can you tell a story in social networks? After all, posts should be short and attract attention.
In fact, there are many ways to use social networks for storytelling. In today’s article, …Read More
1. Publish a long post with a story
National Public Radio studied more than 3,000 of their Facebook posts with links and found that short records (less than 120 characters) have a higher click-through rate than long posts (over 280 characters). But not everything is so obvious. ALSO REFER, 20 creative ways to use social media for …Read More
1. Create a channel or playlist
According to the HubSpot study, video is the most popular form of content that consumers are studying carefully. The video is great for storytelling. ALSO REFER, Future of story telling
Airbnb has a playlist on YouTube Airbnb Stories with fascinating stories from the brand community.
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1. Publish a few tweets
Can not fit your story into cancers of 140 characters? Use more tweets. ALSO REFER, Twitter times- Most fascinating story
Tweet-storm is the practice of publishing a series of tweets for a story related story. To start or finish such posts is better by figure, to emphasize their consistency.
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1. Tell the story in the signature
Quality images are very important for Instagram, but do not forget about the signature. Tell her a fascinating story in order to complete the photo. ALSO REFER, Tell your fascinating story
An excellent example of storytelling in this social network is the Airbnb brand: it tells short stories under each picture.
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