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Keeping The Interest: Storify

Keeping The Interest: Storify

  • Make your content come alive with first-person stories.
  • Examples are better than explanations.
  • Re-enact stories rather than “telling” them. Be visceral and active in your storytelling.
  • People remember stories, even if they don't remember anything else.


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