How to take advantage of Storia's power structure

Storia is powerful. It has a content container structure that you can use to create things you've never been able to consider, organize or present before.

You can be a channel owner on Storia.

Here's the built in structure and how you can use it, from the highest level of organization down to the smallest bit of content.

CHANNEL

52like a playlist on YouTube

You can make a channel from the basic profile account you get when you sign up to Storia.It's just a matter of what you do with the account. Use it like a regular personal profile, that's what it is. Use it like a channel, it's a channel! If you're a 'personality brand', your channel and profile may be the same account.

As a channel owner, you can collaborate with authors through the coauthor feature, and host a story on your profile page just by becoming a coauthor in their stories. The channel owner doesn't have to post into that new story at all. See channels ​Military Life​ and ​Wanderlust​ and ​WellYess​ and ​Ballers​ and ​Kindred​ and ​ThePulse​ for examples of this.

PROFILE

This is your basic Storia account. It hosts content in stories, made of original moments, and any reposted moments.

COLLABORATIVE STORY

A story with multiple coauthors. The story appears on everyone's profile if it's public. Whether you post into or not, you host the story on your profile.

STORY

The basic container (or bucket!) for a thread of related moments.

MOMENT

The basic, minimum container for content. Can have any combination of text, images, videos, links, hashtags and geotags.

REPOSTED MOMENT FROM ANOTHER STORY

This is a repost of any public moment. You can repost it into any story you are author or coauthor of, public or private. By reposting, you are hosting that moment in your story and displaying it to your own audience.

NAVIGATE UP AND DOWN THE STRUCTURE, SHARE EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

Part of the power of Storia is that you and other viewers can discover subjects, content, people, and groups on all of these levels. Then you can drill downward to the smallest unit of content or rise up through the content to the channel level. All along the way, you can share what you find, sending links (to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or email) to a moment, a story, a profile, or a channel.

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