Storytelling for Marketers


This course focuses on building your ability to use narrative techniques to engage and persuade your audience. You’ll also learn how to use stories across channels to maintain a consistent voice and brand message.

Dates Thursday, December 12, 2019 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 09:30 to 17:00
Venue St Pancras, London
Contact Name Neil Baxter
Email neil@wordcraftacademy.com
Contact Phone 0845 2260624
Website Event website

Event details:

Learn to harness the timeless power of narrative

Are you struggling to break through the noise? Do you find it hard to get your message across in a way your target audience can understand, relate to and engage with? If so, great stories could be the missing element.

We’re a storytelling species. We make sense of our world and ourselves through narratives that explain where we came from, what we stand for and where we’re going. By harnessing this powerful form of communication for your business you can make a strong, emotional connection with your readers.

During this packed and enjoyable day you’ll discover what written storytelling can add to your marketing, how to generate and collect ideas for stories, and how to structure a story in a way that maintains engagement and attention.

You'll learn:

  • Ideas for why and where you could use storytelling in your written marketing materials
  • The central storytelling elements
  • Key techniques and models for storytelling
  • Common storytelling mistakes
  • Types of business stories
  • Where you could look for ideas
  • How to start writing your story


St. Pancras, London: £495+VAT for the first delegate, with discounts available for multiple bookings. Full details and booking form available on the course webpage.

 

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