Imagine looking for a painting to hang on your wall and finding an odd-looking image of a piglet wading on the shoreline of a desert island. The image may seem curious, but you might soon easily forget it and look for something more ‘normal’. Then think again and imagine there was a storytelling behind the picture; that the pigs had been brought to an island in the Bahamas to supply sailors with meat, but they had been starving due to the lack of Belarus Phone Number vegetation there. Then imagine that the waters nearby started being used to dump food waste. Suddenly, it all makes sense. The reason a piglet is swimming in the sea is to reach the food, which has provided a source of nourishment to enable the population of the island – now known as ‘Pig Beach’ to survive. This tale is no porkie; it was explained on LinkedIn by business

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How to capture attention, build trust and close the sale.  The point he noted was that by adding a story, a product or service can suddenly attain a value or status not achievable simply through a listing of its attributes or the modesty of its pricing. What are the main principles behind a good story? Of course, the story your content may tell is unlikely Belarus Phone Number to involve cute animals. But the principle is always the same: A story invites a deeper engagement, rather than simply a transaction. It adds a new layer of value that lies beyond the mere merits and cost of what is on offer. It gives you a chance to project a brand narrative

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as much as its products or services. Indeed, telling a story isn’t just about making a product more interesting. Your brand is certainly a case in point. There are several brand names that have sought to diversify so that it is impossible to associate them with just one thing. A good example of this would be Richard Branson’s Virgin brand, which grew out of the projection of the personality of Mr Branson as the 1980s ‘can do’ entrepreneur who rose from humble beginnings and mixed his business ventures with some daring and dangerous adventures involving hot air balloons. The Virgin empire has covered everything from records to broadband,

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