Over the past few years I’ve helped produce a fair share of marketing. It’s not something I’m ashamed of, far from it. In a sense they’ve been opportunities to utilize storytelling and, yes, transmedia storytelling methods for the most logical of reasons; trying to entice an audience to commit to a buy. In many cases…Read more Marketing and the Unending Complexity
Lately virtual reality has been the buzzword to throw around whenever any kind of content discussion has taken place. There’s no denying it’s an interesting development in the content business, nor is there any denying there is a fair amount of funding and some pretty big movers and shakers involved in creating the tech and…Read more Where does virtual reality fit?
If you’ve read some of my other blog posts here on ”Evolving Media” you have probably noticed that I put quite a lot of faith in the power of good storytelling. Read my posts, and you’ll see that I’m quite convinced that a well crafted story, standing on the foundation of a thoroughly thought-out and…Read more The Value Brought by Stories
I will confess. I like money. More specifically, I like sound return on investment. Not so much for the money itself, but for what it signifies. In a world of commercial interests and globalized business, a world where metrics matter to a lot of people, ROI is one of the most indisputable metrics around. As…Read more The Corporate Angle – Storytelling for Business
While researching methods from around the world, in order to see how I can incorporate the best practices into my daily work, I’ve stumbled upon a great number of interesting solutions, methods and principles. One of these, that I felt resonated very clearly with the post I wrote last week about ”Layered Storytelling”, is an…Read more Visualizations and layers – storytelling evolving
Over the past few weeks I’ve been writing about some principles I feel are crucial for anyone creating stories and content today, while hoping to reach and engage people with said stories and content. There are many ways for us to look at what we’re doing. There are many tips and tricks to keep…Read more Rebooting our creative minds – are we worthy of an audience?
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
I think we can all agree that the world is a pretty complex place. It would be easier for most of us if it was simply cleary black and white, right and wrong, for and against, like a LOTR movie with all nuances wiped away. That is, however, never the case. Whatever stories we want…Read more Layered storytelling – the art of the future
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
In my last post I shared some thoughts on the importance of earning the trust of your audience, a crucial thing for any creator and storyteller. If your audience does not trust you, or if you betray their trust, you will either be largely ignored or face a world of hurt at some point. This,…Read more A word on trust