Solid economics in a fluid content world

Following up on my last post, the post on using layered storytelling as a way of coping with reaching and engaging people in today’s world, I promised some brief thoughts on one of the things we’re all concerned about – money. How do we get a credible revenue stream from our stories? When we have…Read more Solid economics in a fluid content world

Creating a Community From Scratch

It doesn’t matter who we are, we all want the same thing. If we’re documentary filmmakers or marketing professionals, if we’re experience designers or PR managers at BigCorp. What we really really want is to create something that builds a community. This community should, in an ideal world, also have a number of ideal traits…Read more Creating a Community From Scratch

Earning the trust of your audience

The other day I read an interesting report from 2015 from Gartner. The topic was ”Apply Digital Humanism to Customer Experience Design” (requires registration). As most things that Gartner put out, it’s geared towards the people at places like General Electric or Adidas or H&M or Booking.com; large companies that handle customer interaction on a…Read more Earning the trust of your audience

One Year in Now Media – 2015

So, we're now writing (or trying to remember to write) 2016. As I've done for the past few years, I've compiled a publication consisting of a curation of my blog posts from the past year. The posts deal with media, audience engagement, multiplatform and corporate storytelling, principles of social media campaigning and more - basically…Read more One Year in Now Media – 2015

Using the user – developing content in 2015

I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago endorsing the building of personas as a tool for content creators. I had a number of positive responses to the post, from people in the academic world as well as people from the creation side of the content business. Since a major reason I got in…Read more Using the user – developing content in 2015