You’ve got something to share.


A feeling. A message. A meaningful solution that the world needs to hear.  
The problem is that people are bombarded with more than 5,000 ads on any given day.

How do you stand out amidst all the noise?

The typical consumer makes purchase decisions largely based on emotion, and later conforms those choices to some level of internal rationalization. This is why campaigns need to appeal to the emotional “why” of a product and provide the facts to support the feelings that guided the choice. In that order.

 

That’s where storytelling comes in.


You’ve come to the right place. Stick around for invaluable resources on storytelling and what really, truly captivates and drives action.

BusinessStorytelling
October 14, 2020

How To Find Your Core Story

So many companies have lost their way. Because they’ve lost their place in their own story. A story isn’t just a marketing tool that you can use to persuade customers…
PsychologyStorytelling
September 21, 2020

The Identifiable Victim Effect

We know that character driven stories do better than brand anthems and stories about abstract concepts. That's a no brainer. What isn't necessarily obvious to people, or at least what…
Storytelling
September 14, 2020

Planning for the Unknown

I’m surviving. There’ve been moments where these fires in Oregon have felt like the last straw, but I haven’t reached the psychological breaking point — yet. Aside from being tremendously…
Storytelling
September 7, 2020

Neuroscience of Racism — How Storytelling Might Help

Let me start with the end: we need to be featuring more BIPOC protagonists in our stories. Now, you might be thinking, “Ok Amina, tell me something I don’t know.”…
Setting Expectations and Creative ControlBusiness
August 31, 2020

Setting Expectations & Creative Control

Chris Anderson of TED may have said it best, “Every meaningful element of human progress has happened only because humans have shared ideas with each other and then collaborated to…
PsychologyStorytelling
August 28, 2020

Persuasion Through Curiosity

A driver for my craft of storytelling has always been the science and the psychology of persuasion, how we use stories to shape hearts and minds and form the views…

What Can Stillmotion’s Storytelling Do For You?

 

Whether you’re a marketer at a small business, the CMO of a Fortune 500, or in charge of fundraising at a non-profit our brand of science-based storytelling can help you reach your goals.

We’re a passionate group of storytellers, psychologists, writers, image-makers, startup gurus, and veterans of some of the most respected companies in the world who have come together with the mission of helping others passionately to tell their stories.

Our stories have won Emmy Awards (five of them) and have garnered millions of views.

We’ve worked with pioneers in the science of storytelling and virality, like Paul Zak and Jonah Berger, and we apply their scientific discoveries to the storytelling work we do for our clients.

Those clients have included some of the world’s biggest brands–like the NFL, Cartoon Network, AT&T, Toyota, Callaway, and Canon–and some of the world’s most prominent NGOs and non-profits, including Vital Voices.

Our storytelling process is so unique we’ve patented it and built software that allows people all over the world to use it.

So, if you’re ready for the world to hear your story and you want to see how Stillmotion can up your storytelling game, just drop us a line.

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