Does your small business struggle with
telling its brand story?
Do you have a lot to say about your brand, but can't figure out how to say it?
Does your messaging fail to capture the uniqueness of your product?
Engaging stories get shared. Are people sharing your story?
Do customers have an emotional connection with your brand?
Tell your brand story like a pro
Every marketing expert knows the importance of sharing your brand story. It's a way of forming an emotional connection with your customers so that they not only purchase from you, they share your story with others.
But they don't tell you HOW to tell your story.
At Cardboard Rocketships, we reveal the techniques that professional screenwriters use to tell engaging stories. Then we show you how to apply them to your marketing.
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The Age of Social Media requires brands to be social, and that means telling great stories. In this video series, you'll learn the fundamentals of storytelling, and how to apply them to your marketing.
Already have a brand story, but need some one-on-one coaching to refine it? Book private sessions with one of our experts to infuse emotion, humor and authenticity into your story.
If you want an ordinary commercial, hire an ad agency. If you want a commercial that goes someplace special, jump on a Cardboard Rocketship.
Book Cardboard Rocketships to speak at your upcoming event. Your audience will rethink how they approach marketing in the digital age. And they'll be entertained in the process.
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Meet Our Team
Michael has been a professional sitcom writer since 1996. His credits include Just Shoot Me, King of the Hill, Wilfred, Beavis & Butthead, Rules of Engagement, Out of Practice, Brickleberry, and Tacoma FD. He's also served as showrunner on Maron, Glenn Martin DDS, and Rhett & Link's Buddy System. Applying his screenwriting skills to their marketing, he grew TwirlyGirl into a multi-million dollar brand.
Internet Marketing Expert
Phil has worked in every aspect of Internet Marketing since 2009. In 2013 he was chosen as a Robert Redford scholar to study Screenwriting at the University of Santa Fe. For the past several years, he's worked as a consultant on several Hollywood sitcoms and still actively runs his own e-commerce websites as passion projects.