Here at All Good Tales we love seeing which one of our blog posts our readers enjoy the most.
Checking in on which posts are more successful helps us tailor our content to our audience and produce more content we know you will enjoy.
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To help us plan for the rest of 2019 we took a look back at the first half of 2019 and the blog posts that did the best. Here are our top five:
Our ‘Brand Story Hero’ series haa proved successful this year so far. They make up three of our top five.
But it’s the ‘Brand Story Hero’ that focused on sustainable clothing company Patagonia that took the top spot.
In this piece, we learned about the incredible story of Yvon Chouinard and the tools and techniques Patagonia use to tell their story and engage with their audience.
Our ‘Brand Story Hero’ focusing on online accommodation and experience platform, Airbnb, takes the second spot.
This piece takes us through Airbnb’s storytelling skills, sharing what lessons we can learn from the rental giant. It also explains the story meaning behind their famous logo.
Following its publication, this piece was also picked by Fora.ie.
The third ‘Brand Story Hero’ in our top five. For a long time this piece topped our lists of most-read blog posts but it has now dropped down to number three.
This piece tells the story of three college friends decided to undertake a social experiment, placing their future careers in the hands of the public.
It also tells us how the company use humour to help tell their story and engage with their audience.
As a storytelling agency we are always on the lookoutto learn more about crafting a brilliant story. We know our audience is the same.
This blog post went through the many Ted Talks on storytelling and picked out our five favourites.
From Joe Sabia to David JP Phillips and Nancy Duartethese are some of the best storytelling Ted Talks you’ll find.
Our ‘Storytelling traditions across the world’ series been a great success since its beginning.
Every month we take our readers on a journey to a different part of the world and tell them about the storytelling culture and traditions there.
Yet, it’s the traditions and storytelling culture here in Ireland that has proved the most popular. This post all about Ireland and its love of storytelling take the fifth and final spot in our top five blog posts in 2019 so far.