10 Important Things To Remember About Storytelling For Business
- Stories engage our audience's imagination.
- Stories go beyond the boring facts and theories of business.
- Stories reveal something about ourselves. Our customers like to see the person behind the brand.
- Stories trigger emotions and the senses of our readers.
- Stories are conversational – they stimulate others to react and tell us their stories in return.
- Stories provide hooks for readers. They give our audience a point of reference - a place where our relationship begins.
- Stories are relatable. We like to think 'That could have been me.' or 'What would I do if that happened to me?'
- Stories grab the attention of readers.
- Stories are memorable. We forget figures but we remember how a good story made us feel for years.
- Stories illustrate our points in ways that are more convincing than other types of information.
P.S. Blogging for business is essential and storytelling is an important element in blogging. Include anecdotes and examples when you write for an audience.
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