...because everybody likes something for nothing.

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

Written by
Clare
Cheyne
On
November 2, 2018

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

And that phrase is this: There’s no such thing as a free lunch.


This is usually met with a few groans and in-real-life rolling eye emojis (or as they were known in pre-iPhone days, normal human emotions). Also a few questions - who’s the lunch from? What’s the cuisine of choice? And why can’t it just be free?

That last point is mainly the one we’re answering here. Our equivalent of the free lunch is below, if you’re still following this analogy, we promise... it’s actually free.



It’s an Instagram Stories Creator’s Pack with: working templates for stills and video, guidelines on how to use them, and never-before-seen behavioral trends pulled from billions of unique data points through our platform.  


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It’ll cut down the time it takes you to make killer Stories content, arm you with the right information about how and when to post… you know, the stuff no other marketer has had yet.


We talk a bunch about creating generously, and this is hopefully an expression of that. Seth Godin, marketing extraordinaire and super fashionable pro spectacles-wearer, has a wonderful definition of art that says this:


Art is a human act, a generous contribution, something that might not work, and it is intended to change the recipient for the better, often causing a connection to happen.


As marketers, social media managers, and storytellers, we are all responsible for creating art. And the generosity part is because it should be made for your audience, it should take a risk, and it should impact them for the better.


So, we hope this helps you in your storytelling and social media marketing efforts. We hope it helps you achieve some of the things you want to on Instagram Stories. We hope it gets you a crisp high five from your boss.


And, we promise, it’s actually free.

...because everybody likes something for nothing.

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

Written by
Clare
Cheyne
On
November 2, 2018

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

And that phrase is this: There’s no such thing as a free lunch.


This is usually met with a few groans and in-real-life rolling eye emojis (or as they were known in pre-iPhone days, normal human emotions). Also a few questions - who’s the lunch from? What’s the cuisine of choice? And why can’t it just be free?

That last point is mainly the one we’re answering here. Our equivalent of the free lunch is below, if you’re still following this analogy, we promise... it’s actually free.



It’s an Instagram Stories Creator’s Pack with: working templates for stills and video, guidelines on how to use them, and never-before-seen behavioral trends pulled from billions of unique data points through our platform.  


1_IG.gif

It’ll cut down the time it takes you to make killer Stories content, arm you with the right information about how and when to post… you know, the stuff no other marketer has had yet.


We talk a bunch about creating generously, and this is hopefully an expression of that. Seth Godin, marketing extraordinaire and super fashionable pro spectacles-wearer, has a wonderful definition of art that says this:


Art is a human act, a generous contribution, something that might not work, and it is intended to change the recipient for the better, often causing a connection to happen.


As marketers, social media managers, and storytellers, we are all responsible for creating art. And the generosity part is because it should be made for your audience, it should take a risk, and it should impact them for the better.


So, we hope this helps you in your storytelling and social media marketing efforts. We hope it helps you achieve some of the things you want to on Instagram Stories. We hope it gets you a crisp high five from your boss.


And, we promise, it’s actually free.

...because everybody likes something for nothing.

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

Written by
Clare
Cheyne
On
Thursday, November 22, 2018

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

And that phrase is this: There’s no such thing as a free lunch.


This is usually met with a few groans and in-real-life rolling eye emojis (or as they were known in pre-iPhone days, normal human emotions). Also a few questions - who’s the lunch from? What’s the cuisine of choice? And why can’t it just be free?

That last point is mainly the one we’re answering here. Our equivalent of the free lunch is below, if you’re still following this analogy, we promise... it’s actually free.



It’s an Instagram Stories Creator’s Pack with: working templates for stills and video, guidelines on how to use them, and never-before-seen behavioral trends pulled from billions of unique data points through our platform.  


1_IG.gif

It’ll cut down the time it takes you to make killer Stories content, arm you with the right information about how and when to post… you know, the stuff no other marketer has had yet.


We talk a bunch about creating generously, and this is hopefully an expression of that. Seth Godin, marketing extraordinaire and super fashionable pro spectacles-wearer, has a wonderful definition of art that says this:


Art is a human act, a generous contribution, something that might not work, and it is intended to change the recipient for the better, often causing a connection to happen.


As marketers, social media managers, and storytellers, we are all responsible for creating art. And the generosity part is because it should be made for your audience, it should take a risk, and it should impact them for the better.


So, we hope this helps you in your storytelling and social media marketing efforts. We hope it helps you achieve some of the things you want to on Instagram Stories. We hope it gets you a crisp high five from your boss.


And, we promise, it’s actually free.

...because everybody likes something for nothing.

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

Written by
Clare
Cheyne
On
Thursday, November 22, 2018

There’s a wonderful turn of phrase I think we all know and have used when a good dad joke is in order (so, always).

And that phrase is this: There’s no such thing as a free lunch.


This is usually met with a few groans and in-real-life rolling eye emojis (or as they were known in pre-iPhone days, normal human emotions). Also a few questions - who’s the lunch from? What’s the cuisine of choice? And why can’t it just be free?

That last point is mainly the one we’re answering here. Our equivalent of the free lunch is below, if you’re still following this analogy, we promise... it’s actually free.



It’s an Instagram Stories Creator’s Pack with: working templates for stills and video, guidelines on how to use them, and never-before-seen behavioral trends pulled from billions of unique data points through our platform.  


1_IG.gif

It’ll cut down the time it takes you to make killer Stories content, arm you with the right information about how and when to post… you know, the stuff no other marketer has had yet.


We talk a bunch about creating generously, and this is hopefully an expression of that. Seth Godin, marketing extraordinaire and super fashionable pro spectacles-wearer, has a wonderful definition of art that says this:


Art is a human act, a generous contribution, something that might not work, and it is intended to change the recipient for the better, often causing a connection to happen.


As marketers, social media managers, and storytellers, we are all responsible for creating art. And the generosity part is because it should be made for your audience, it should take a risk, and it should impact them for the better.


So, we hope this helps you in your storytelling and social media marketing efforts. We hope it helps you achieve some of the things you want to on Instagram Stories. We hope it gets you a crisp high five from your boss.


And, we promise, it’s actually free.