If you cheerfully participate in that with your story, you can be sure that they won’t catch a ball in that split second! 4. Refine into catchy scripts Another good practical example of filtering and distributing is the youth campaign that we developed for Pakistan Phone Number the Dutch Payments Association. The message: bank safely, according to the uniform security rules, and avoid falling victim to various types of fraud. After reducing the message, another important step followed: pouring the story into snappy, catchy scripts. In this case for some funny skits. We wrote the storyline. ‘Going a good giro’ became the younger version of safe banking.
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In order to appeal to the target group, we entered into a partnership with Jandino Asporaat. Someone who, in combination with the right visual setting. Is ideally suited to jump out of the stories and timelines of the young people. In combination with a catchy campaign track by DJ DYLVN (also known among the target group), the audiovisual artillery was ready. The message, five ‘complicated’ lines that required the necessary context. Each script told a funny, engaging mini-story about how and why young people should bank more securely.
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In which all short stories came together to form the complete story. With the campaign, we were able to convey a complex message to the target group by means of short. Powerful and strategically thought-out storytelling. On channels where content is generally only viewed for fractions of a second. These videos managed to hold the attention well. 5. Tell together, it’s more fun (and more believable) Finally, remember that as a storyteller you are no longer alone thanks to social media.