"story" is the lowest cost, the highest value of the dissemination of product marketing, applied to the enterprise, allowing you to quickly have the ability to create and manage the product at low cost. Apply to individuals, you can quickly have personal charm, improve social status.

also talked about a lot before beginning, but some are generalized, today small beginning thoroughly to tell you a story of marketing, I have a story and soft wine, would you like to get on the


, if I hadn’t met her, she might not have been so miserable. As she spent the last salary when he saw her eyes with disdain scorn expression, finally understand, no matter he is not feeling her heart’s heart.

Lin Xia always remember, she said such a sentence, with hate day high through their side, a middle-aged man holding the arm of Cadillac.

She said: ___________________________


pro, you think I was wrong to tell the story? It’s a completely mistaken!! however, dry cargo!!! The girl said what you made

?In fact, she can say a lot of

, for example: 1 you do not even A5 Venture members can not afford to pay this life seems to be the case. 2 you never see me XX brand bag, you don’t really love me. 3.XX things are cheap, but you can buy the wrong you have no confidence in me, and so on and so on and so on……

routines so deep, who take it seriously? You write the premise of the story is to promote your product, if people see the last is not angry but helpless smile, that is really successful.

not routine, no soft

you can move a heart of a girl with an elegant poem, also can be touched by cold hearts with a moving story, but also with a wonderful soft open consumers’ wallets. Of course, the premise is wonderful enough.

1 brand story.

a lot of people like to listen to stories, especially those who have a story, what is the story of the story? Is related to your product or even a combination of.

For example:

DOVE (Dove):DO you love me? The spread of a cook and the princess to the people loyal through thick and thin love story twists and turns, to the last moment of life to be able to express his love in my heart.

analysis: a lot of people not because of the story and know this brand, but know this brand to understand this story, either way, will only make you feel that this is a story of chocolate "or even the next purchase of similar products will be preferred because the meaning of thought of this brand.

there are many brands of stories, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Chanel, L>

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