Authentic Hotel Branding, Not Just A Buzzword w/ Deanna Ting

Authentic Hotel Branding, Not Just A Buzzword w/ Deanna Ting

Do you ever find yourself staying in a hotel in a new city (or maybe one you’ve been to before), and everything about the hotel is so generic that you have no concept of where you are? Maybe the hotel looks theexact same as the one in Detroit, or Toronto, or London or Sydney. Each city is unique and exciting …

Finding The Heart Of The Story w/ John Azoni

Check out the video podcast (vodcast?) of this episode below. If you’ve been listening to us for a little while, you’ve probably heard that here at Tell, we’re a little bit obsessed with crafting and sharing great, authentic stories for everyone we work with. If you’re new around here: We’re obsessed with crafting and sharing great, authentic stories for everyone …

Identifying & Rewriting Your Personal Story w/ Grant Peelle

I’ve always viewed stories as the most powerful method to convey information and bring about change. Generally though, we think of ourselves as being affected by the stories of others, often downplaying our own story, or thinking too hard about what we can learn from our story, or if it’s even accurate or even worth knowing – let alone sharing. …

Why your non profit desperately needs video production

3 reasons why non profit video production should be in your budget You may be contemplating a video for your non profit. Stop contemplating, and start doing. It may sound harsh, but here’s why you desperately need to: 1. Video is taking over the world. Each month, over 6 billion hours of video are watched on YouTube alone. A Cisco report …

3 Steps to Start Defining Your Target Audience

Whether you’re selling delectable gourmet cupcakes or conducting research in your robotics development corporation, you have an audience. And if you think “people who eat pastries” or “people who like technology” are your target audiences, chances are you may be missing out on a huge opportunity for marketing your service. Perhaps the biggest mistake you could make in your marketing endeavors …