If you want to reach more people for great storytelling, then you must use and network Facebook as your top priority.
Great storytelling requires a place where people can find your great stories. It can be in a printed book, an digital-edition book, your own website blog, social media sites, or even online forums. In episode 53 of Simon Says Stories, I’ll tell why using Facebook is a must for any storyteller.
Everyone needs to define what kind of storyteller they want to be. Do you want to be a great storyteller to better entertain friends, or do you want to take the plunge and try to monetize your storytelling, either part-time or full-time. That’s the great thing about storytelling. We all do it. We all have different reasons for storytelling.
This episode is good for you novice storytellers because I tell you why you need to define what audience you want to reach and why. It will end up marginalizing your reach at first but in the long-run, you’ll adjust to connect with thousands of others as you get better and more comfortable telling your story other than your voice.
I love using Facebook. I’ll tell you why in the episode. It’s very personal. I often thought about a different impact for me from something that happened to me in recent years. What would my life be like today if there was no social media, or online storytelling tools?
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