An introduction to Storify

Storify is one of my favorite tools. A content curation too, it lets you create stories by pulling in tweets, links to websites, instagram photos, etc. It’s a very useful and easy way to archive a twitter conversation and create a resource page about one or several topics. News agencies are using storify to curate readers responses to a question or incident, then sharing it on their site via the embed function.

If you’d like more info on what this tool can do and some suggestions on its use, Lorrie Walker Communications has a three-part series on it. It’s not very detailed, but it does give more info than this post. 

  1. Storify: Helping Public Relations Professionals Make Their Mark, One Story at a Time (Part 1 of 3)
  2. Reaching Social Media Bliss: Using Storify for your Business (Part 2 of 3)
  3. What’s in it for You: Why Storify is Worthy of Your Time and Energy (Part 3 of 3)
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