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The Storykit team is growing

Storykit is growing fast, so we’re happy to announce that we have hired four new amazing colleagues to our team. – We’re one of Sweden’s fastest-growing SaaS companies and intend to continue to build the world’s best product and maintain a high level of service. So I’m delighted to welcome these talents to Storykit, says CEO Peder Bonnier.

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Boost your story with the right message

Writing the perfect caption on your social media post can feel like a task up there with climbing Mount Everest. It’s difficult, it takes time and it’s actually of more importance than you think.

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How to make 10 videos – with the same resources as one

Video production is no longer reserved for professionals with extensive training and pricey equipment. Today, it’s neither expensive nor difficult to create a video for social media. “You can easily make ten videos with the same resources as one”, says Sofia Stenseth, Chief Content Officer at KIT.

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5 myths about paid content on Facebook

You’ve probably seen ads pop up in your Facebook feed. In fact, advertising via Facebook is one of the best ways to reach out to new customers and visitors. And anyone can do it. Sadly, there are a lot of myths surrounding how things actually work when it comes to advertising on social media.

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The Storykit Story

The story of Storykit is the tale of how a fundamental shift in content consumption has created the need for new storytelling technology. Let our founder and CEO Peder Bonnier tell it.

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Kill your darlings: how to write an effective video script

Video on social media is an effective way to get your message to the right audience.
But it’s also a format that demands quick and efficient storytelling.
We had a chat with Magnus Dahl, the creative director at KIT, about how to approach writing a script – without the dead meat.

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