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Why isn’t marketing’s version of storytelling working?

Storytelling, storytelling, and more storytelling. Seems like every marketing book, blog (including mine if you’ve been reading this week’s posts) and study is talking about how we should be using storytelling as a marketing technique. I couldn’t agree more.  Unfortunately, I think most attempts fall short. Earlier this week — I made the point that [Read more...] You might also like
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