Telling Your Story Authentically with Modern Tools
One workshop in one three-hour session
The amount of data in the world will increase 50-75x in the next decade. Will people be able to find you in the midst of this information explosion? Will traditional marketing techniques be effective in this new age, or is the Internet just a new way to advertise?
To find the answer to these questions, we must learn how to tell an authentic human story. The technological tools available to us today represent unprecedented opportunities to share our experiences through rich new decentralized forms of media.
Because I recently changed my Facebook profile policy to a more open model of outreach, I am getting a lot more interaction with my personal Facebook posts than I have in the recent past. I am excited to be using Facebook in this way to meet more new people with whom I may share common ground.
In adopting this more liberal policy, I am meeting lots of folks of which I know little, and that’s what this is all about. “Hello, nice to meet you!”
Unfortunately, when mixing in these unknowns, I am finding a few people who, out of habit, or because of current cultural norms, think that it is ok to be insulting to either myself or to my friends whom are interacting with these posts.
Here’s the 13min episode I recorded with the Smashing Pixels podcast with Trevor Cherewka and Robert Lavigne to talk about beating the Facebook censorship algorithm. If you want to reach your maximum potential audience on Facebook, it is a must to understand how this works.