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Keeva on Narrative Marketing’s Be the Drop
Australians average five to seven career changes in their lifetime, which builds a diversity of knowledge and experience. Our varied life journeys require adaptation as we develop new skills and abilities. In a similar way, businesses need to change and adapt to evolving market conditions and a key to this, is improved creative intelligence.
Keeva Stratton is the director of Quip Brands, a collection of experienced and inspired storytellers. Keeva has studied and practiced communicating through language, film, and even law studies. Keeva combines this expertise, to help her clients develop bold ideas that capture attention. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Keeva explains how to use your authentic voice to expand your branding. Keeva teaches us to elicit emotion in our stories, to learn from diverse perspectives, and shares her top tips to help businesses build their creative intelligence.
Brandon is the first man on Shameless
In this fascinating interview Brandon talks to hosts Zara and Michelle regarding modern masculinity, life post AFL career, and what’s next for this talented writer.
Keeva reveals how to get inside your audience as a special guest on the Newsmodo Podcast
A lot has changed over the years, since the days when TV, newspaper and radio advertisements were just about the only ways we as marketers connected with consumers. But now, both brands and their customers are much more attuned to what’s out there and have the ability to share moments of inspiration in so many profound ways.
As they say…“Advertisements sell offers, but successful branding and the meaningful connection it fosters, builds long-term customer loyalty.” So why are companies drifting away from promoting flash-sales, and showing off their brand “new and improved” creations to a more subtle approach that offers insight, entertainment and value?
As much as we love automation and technology because it makes our life so much easier; we know that ‘push’ marketing can only achieve so much… And that to truly connect on that emotional lever we need to recognise the intangibles that only we as humans can think, feel and share.
Understanding human behavior is something Keeva Stratton know all about.. What drives us, where we find joy and how to tap into the minds of our customers is as important as any other aspect of brand storytelling. By building relationships and bonds with our audience, we can in turn be rewarded with consumer loyalty, “micro” brand ambassadors and content amplification – As those who join us on that journey share it, like it and amplify it to others.
Newsmodo CEO Rakhal Ebeli looks at how to tap into our emotional side and get a read of the room when it comes to navigating the traits of our target audience, and what can we do to really move the needle on engagement through content that reaches out through the screen, grabs attention and tugs at heart strings.
In this episode
- The parallels between emotional engagement and great branding
- Being a source of knowledge invites consumer trust
- Discover the power of strategic branding and audience connection
About the guest
Keeva Stratton has quite the arsenal in her toolbelt, with a Masters in Criminology and some other impressive achievements, she provides a unique insight into understanding audiences by looking at the behavioural patterns. She’s a much sought after communications specialist, helping companies give love to their branding – market position, attitude, persona, and most importantly their story.
To keep up-to-date with her happenings and daily musings – follow Keeva on @quipbrands