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visual storytelling

How to make effective infographics that tell a story
How to make effective infographics that tell a story?
368 217 Brian Wallace

Infographics have become one of the fastest growing tactics savvy visual marketers use today. In fact, the effectiveness rating for infographics rose more in one year than any other tactic—from 50 percent to 58 percent, according to the 2016 study by the Content Marketing Institute. What’s in an Infographic? We hear about infographics all the…

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interactive video
What is Interactive video?  Why now? And how to get started?
369 217 Gavrilo Bozovic

Watch the interactive video recording of my interview Click on the image below to watch the video where you control the timeline! You can click on questions you’re interested in and then click on the play button in the upper right corner to watch the answer. You’ll also discover a ton of great resources embedded in…

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How to Plan Your Live Video Storytelling Strategy
369 217 Shlomi Ron

The live streaming market worldwide is projected to grow from $30.29 Billion in 2016 to $70.05 Billion by 2021 (source: Markets and Markets) With so much noise out there, one of the most effective ways to break through is live video storytelling. I refer to the wide range of live video expressions from social live…

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Visual Storytelling – Unplugged
369 217 Shlomi Ron

With our growing reliance on smartphones, I had an interesting revelation one day when my iPhone froze during a software update. Something I know we all can relate to. You know how it starts, you start getting those red alerts that there is a new software update. At first, you ignore it, hey I’ve got…

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5 easy ways to create narrative images
369 217 Shlomi Ron

What you did, do and will do – find your story You’re probably wondering what’s the backstory of the above image? Before we get to the backstory, this image offers an excellent example to demonstrate how our “visual storytelling mind” works. Images are the today’s lingua franca of visual communications. According to Hootsuite, “Instagram users have…

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How to Rise above the Noise with Visual Storytelling
369 217 Shlomi Ron

Since we’re talking about the power of visual storytelling, I figured it only makes sense to use a familiar visual format – the narrative photo strip – to vividly underscore the importance of solving the “noise” problem. How do you define “advertising noise?“ It’s like the classic noise picture above, where every pixel is an…

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How to turn your side hustle into part of your BIG STORY
369 217 Shlomi Ron

I have always been fascinated by movies as engaging visual stories. For some reason, I started studying Italian as a side interest in NY’s Greenwich Village. Wow! It was like wearing VR glasses with different cultural lenses to see the world. Such that I used to joke that every Saturday I literally spent a few…

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Visual Storytelling Summit 2016
Insights from Visual Storytelling Summit 2016
1024 573 Shlomi Ron

It was our first Summit in partnership with The Idea Center at Miami-Dade College, dedicated to a topic that is mostly discussed in the context of entertainment and photography. Yes, there have been some discussions about visual storytelling in the context of marketing, but they tend to revolve around how to run an effective Instagram…

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What is Visual Storytelling?
1024 575 Shlomi Ron

I am talking to a lot of folks these days about visual storytelling, and from these interactions, I learn that there is still a great deal of ambiguity about what is visual storytelling and why it’s important now for marketers? If you’re clueless too, don’t feel bad, some of the top dictionaries like Merriam-Webster and…

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Are you a Storymaker or a Storyteller?
1024 573 Shlomi Ron

Just finished reading Jonathan Gottschall’s book “The Storytelling Animal.” With all the hype these days about virtual reality – Deloitte Global predicts it will reach its first billion dollar year in 2016, with about $700 million in hardware sales, and the remainder from content – I really liked Gottschall’s observation that at the end of the…

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