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Does My First Story At Storify Suck?

by Lori Taylor · 9 comments

social media consultant

I think I can...

Ok, so I’m just testing the waters with this one…

But hopped over to Storify and I must say it was easy and fun – two of my favorite things!

Of course I didn’t set the world on fire – but I also did this in less than 10 minutes if you count the time it took me to set up and figure out how to do.


Now I’m testing to see how it looks at my blog and publishing it on my blog so you can see it and so I can get feedback on if you think “it’s worth it”.

Is this double the work to post a storify gig at your blog from something you did at Pinterest?

Or is it integrated marketing and connecting the dots.

I’d be curious to know your opinion…

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@BorjeMelin February 26, 2012 at 11:57 am

I`ve seen better writing from you but this does not suck as much as when Electrolux first introduced their vacuum cleaner to the American market. They left the marketing copy writing to an engineer. His roll out offering fell flat. :Electrolux really sucks“ Honestly! It works in Swedish! Thnx for the new tool heads up. It`s why I`m following you.

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LoriRTaylor February 26, 2012 at 2:43 pm

Borge

How can I have a comment crush on a complete stranger?

Lol!!!

Truly.

The electrolux really sucks.

It’s priceless.

I will now have to do a real story to at least do better than that.

Tee hee.

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Savannah Brentnall February 26, 2012 at 2:14 pm

Do you have a link to your story?

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LoriRTaylor February 26, 2012 at 8:07 pm

It’s embedded as part of my blog section that says “Pinterest Done Right…”

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Savannah Brentnall February 26, 2012 at 9:47 pm

Weird–it wasn’t showing up earlier. Maybe Storify was down? I see it now.

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LoriRTaylor February 27, 2012 at 5:57 am

I think there was a problem be cause I looked later. And then it was a there. Weird.
Thanks for letting me know.

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Lori Taylor February 26, 2012 at 2:45 pm

It’s not a link I actually embedded it – it’s the body of this posts starting with #1

Sent from my iPhone

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Eric Wittlake February 27, 2012 at 12:18 pm

Lori, I have been using Storify to publish recaps from twitter chats I moderate, it is a great way to pull the story out from the asides and personal banter that are part of a full transcript, and be able to share both the story from the full discussion as well as your own perspectives

Here is an example of a Storify story embedded in a post on my blog. Storify is a great tool, keep using it!

http://b2bdigital.net/2011/10/24/discussion-of-thought-leadership-in-b2b-marketing/

- Eric

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LoriRTaylor February 27, 2012 at 1:27 pm

Oh Eric I really like how you did that.

Nice!

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