Humans of New York Style Storytelling | On-Demand

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Humans of NY Style Storytelling

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Humans of New York has been a standout example of simple storytelling done incredibly effectively. It’s a style that can be replicated by organizations to drive narrative and engagement. In this training, you’ll learn from Digital Strategist Salim Zymet. Salim has helped others implement this style of blogging and storytelling to drive engagement.

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Resources: Humans of NY Style Storytelling Worksheet

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