In an age overflowing with technology and lives that move at 80 miles an hour throughout the day, what is it that will make your message stand out? Sharing stories. Research tell us that stories are remembered 22 times more often than facts alone. In this session, Lori L. Jacobwith will take you through the power of visual storytelling. You'll see examples of why sharing facts and stories is more powerful when combined with an image. You'll also learn what works and what doesn't when using visuals in your storytelling.
During this presentation, you will learn (1) how much faster the brain processes visual vs. words; (2) four key factors for creating powerful visuals; and (3) what type of articles get 94% more views. This webinar will be held on Thursday, September 12, 2019, and will benefit fundraising and communication staff, especially staff making updates to websites and postings on social media. You can read more about storytelling on GS Insights.
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When she's not speaking at conferences around the world, or conducting board training sessions, Lori delivers virtual communications training through her annual Ignite Your Fundraising Results program.
Lori is a prolific writer: Fire Starters, her must-read weekly blog, has been recognized multiple times as one of the top fundraising blogs in the U.S. Lori is author of Nine Steps to a Successful Fundraising Campaign and co-author of The Essential Fundraising Handbook for Small Nonprofits.
A longtime member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Lori holds a BA from the University of Minnesota and additional training from Indiana University's Fund Raising School.