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  • Moving from marketing to an entertaining delivery of useful information creates a much higher likelihood of successful communications between an organization and its stakeholders. Like gamification, storytelling entertains the online reader/viewer/listener, earning their interest. Compelling stories convert dry boring content into worthwhile time expenditures.
  • Mobile web downloads expected to surpass desktop in 2014.

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  • Social Storytelling
  • Storytelling Needed In Competitive Media Environments
    Image by Gaelic Arts: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gaelic-arts/171189219/sizes/z/
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  • Precursor 1: Understand Audience Needs
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  • Precursor 2:Information Presented Is Useful
    Image by dipfan: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dipfan/2739996214/sizes/z/
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  • Precursor 3Call to Action Presented Tastefully
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  • Many Ways to Tell StoriesAnd arts organizations are some of the best
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  • Social Storytelling Form 1:Personal Views/Shared Experience
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  • Social Storytelling Form 2: Third Person Storytelling
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  • Social Storytelling Form 3: Journalistic Approach
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  • Social Storytelling Form 4: Metaphors
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  • Exercise: What’s the Best Way for Ust to Tell Stories Online?
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  • 47% of All Americans Get News On Their Phone
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  • If Social Disrupted the 30 Second Spot  Then Mobile Will Restore Brevity
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  • Mobile Reduces Length & Input
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  • Content Needs To Get Tighter, BetterGo beyond app-gap (1/5 mobile news user prefer apps)
    Mobile friendly web site
    Short video
    Photos
    Microblogs
    Short form blogs (Tumblr, Posterous)
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  • Exercise: How Can We Tell Stories In Short Form?
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  • Questions?