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Ekaterina Walter is a cofounder and CMO at Branderati and a former global social media leader at Intel.
Jessica Gioglio is the social media manager for Dunkin’ Donuts.
This book is visually stunning and packed with visual information.
I recommend this book for business-minded individuals and professionals wanting to take the next step in branding themselves.
Their book shows you how to chart a strategy for visual storytelling and then implement it across a plethora of platforms.
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The message of the authors was to use visuals. They used text and very few visuals.Published 10 days ago by Nancy Jane Rogers
The author of this book couldn't fight her way out of a paper bag.Published 12 days ago by M. Altman
A visual storytelling bible for digital marketers!
Another great book by social media innovator Ekaterina Walter and her co-author Jessica Gioglio! Read more
I like this book. It was an easy read with digestible segments based on the social media platform. The visual layout was also easy on the eyes.Published 24 days ago by Talia Day
I read this book after having tremendous success with marketing my brand using infographics. I was so impressed with the book I interviewed Katerina on my blog about Visual... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maria Peagler
Perhaps the most widely discussed 2014 prediction for social media was the blossoming of visual content and storytelling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim Barry
Visual matters! To create good content is not enough, it's important to create visually compelling content. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pam Didner
Sorry but much of this book is an argument for that which we know, namely the importance of it. I would not have bought the book if I did not believe that. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. Beeps