Happy weekend! Here are some communications-related items from the past week (excluding the big stories that you’ve probably already seen).
Content marketing for
I’ve been talking about content marketing a lot lately, so I was glad to see that my friend C.C. Chapman had assembled this short-and-sweet slide deck about content marketing for small business. Nicely done.
A guide to Evernote
I’ll admit that I haven’t yet mastered Evernote, which many of my friends gush over. Maybe this guide will help me – and you too, if you’re not already a convert.
How to use Storify to
amplify your brand, news or event story
As you might know, I’m a fan of curation and of using Storify to curate. Here are some tips for us to make the most of it.
storytelling can boost participation and performance
In this wonderful piece for Forbes, Kare Anderson talks about the element of surprise and much more.
Every day we see scads of visuals purporting to be infographics. As Shel Holtz says in this excellent post: “The endlessly scrolling towers of numerals slapped on top of images we see everywhere … are the polar opposite of what an infographic should be.” Read his opinion on this hot topic.
Lessons from a master
speaker: President Bill Clinton
Yes, this is my own post about how President Bill Clinton tweaked his speaking script to the Democratic National Convention to make it even more powerful. The “before” and “after” texts from The Atlantic offer great lessons for speakers and speechwriters alike.
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