Infographic: Storytelling Vs. Corporate Speak

Visual storytelling demands a place in any organization’s business communications.

Photos, graphics, charticles – apparently, when it comes to fish, what happens in Vegas does not stay in Vegas – etc. all provide storytelling fodder.

Which brings me to the infographic.

You could make an argument that the infographic is the new black.

Beyond the visual appeal, infographics push companies to communicate at the industry level.

After assisting clients in creating infographics, we’ve created our own on storytelling.

Specifically, we contend there’s often a gap between the content developed by the PR function and the type of content needed by journalists, bloggers and other influencers.

Our infographic strives to capture this disconnect.

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<div align="center"><a href="http://www.ishmaelscorner.com" title="Business Communication"><img src="http://ishmaelscorner.com/business-communication.JPG?utm_source=infographic&utm_medium=main&utm_campaign=infographic" alt="Business Communication" style="border:none;" /></a><br /> <small>The Hoffman Agency is a public relations firm that emphasizes storytelling in <a href="http://www.hoffman.com">business communication</a></small>.</div>

 

Please share your ping-pong additions as a posted comment.

If enough ideas come our way, we’ll create “The Return of Storytelling vs. Corporate Speak” (giving proper attribution to all contributors).

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