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How to Put on a Medical Mask

Posted: 03 Mar 2020 04:00 PM PST

Medical masks are more commonly known as surgical masks. They're mainly used by health care professionals to protect themselves and others from the spread of airborne infectious diseases, bodily fluids and particulate matter.[1] During a bad disease outbreak health departments may also recommend that members of the public wear surgical masks to protect themselves. These masks are generally designed to be somewhat loose fitting while being able to completely cover both your mouth and nose.[2][3]


[Edit]Putting on a Mask

  1. Clean your hands. Before touching a clean medical mask, wash your hands thoroughly with both soap and water.[4]
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    • Once you've applied soap to your wet hands, you should rub your hands together to wash them for at least 20 seconds before rinsing them off.[5]
    • Always use a clean paper towel to dry your hands, and then place that paper towel into a trash bin.
  2. Check the medical mask for defects. Once you've taken a new (unused) medical mask from the box, check it to ensure it doesn't contain any defects, holes or tears in the material. If the mask has defects, holes or tears, throw it away and select another new (unused) mask from the box.[6]
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  3. Orient the top of the mask properly. In order for the mask to fit as close to your skin as possible, the top portion of the mask will have a bendable, but stiff, edge that can be moulded around your nose. Ensure this bendable side is facing upwards before applying the mask to your face.[7]
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  4. Ensure the proper side of the mask faces outwards. The inside of most medical masks are white in colour, while the outside has a colour of some sort. Before applying the mask to your face, make sure the white side of the mask is facing towards your face.[8]
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  5. Placing the mask on your face. There are many types of medical masks available, each with different methods of attaching the mask to your head.[9]
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    • Ear Loops — Some masks have 2 ear loops on either side of the mask. These loops are normally made of an elastic material so they can be stretched. Pick up this type of mask by the loops, put 1 loop around one ear and then put the other loop around your other ear.
    • Ties or Straps — Some masks comes with pieces of fabric that are tied around the back of your head. Most masks with ties come with an upper and lower ties or straps. Pick up the mask by the upper ties, place the ties around the back of your head and attach them together with a bow.
    • Bands — Some masks come with 2 elastic bands that are placed over and around the back of your head (as opposed to around your ears). Hold the mask in front of your face, pull the top band over the top of your head and place it around the crown of your head. Then pull the bottom band over the top of your head and place it at the base of your skull.
  6. Adjust the nose piece. Now that the medical mask is in place on your head and face, use your index finger and thumb to pinch the bendable portion of the top edge of the mask around the bridge of your nose.[10]
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  7. Tie the lower band of the mask if needed. If you're using a mask with bands that tie on the top and bottom, you can now tie the bottom band around the base of your skull. Because adjusting the bendable nose piece can impact the fit of the mask, it is best to wait until after the nose piece is in place before tying the bottom straps.[11]
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    • If you've already tied the bottom straps, you may need to re-tie them tighter if needed.
  8. Fit the mask to your face and under your chin. Once the mask is completely secured, adjust it to ensure it covers your face and mouth, and so the bottom edge is under your chin.[12]
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[Edit]Taking Off a Mask

  1. Clean your hands. Depending on what you were doing with your hands before you remove your mask, you may need to wash your hands. Or you may need to remove medical gloves, wash your hands, then remove the mask.[13]
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  2. Remove the mask carefully. In general, remove the mask by only touching the edges, straps, loops, ties or bands. Do not touch the front portion of the mask which may be contaminated.[14]
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    • Ear Loops — Use your hands to hold the ear loops and remove them from around each ear.
    • Ties/Straps — Use your hands to untie the bottom straps first, then untie the top straps. Remove the mask while holding onto the top ties.
    • Bands — Use your hands to bring the bottom elastic band up and over your head, then use your hands to do the same with the top elastic band. Remove the mask from your face while holding the top elastic band.
  3. Dispose of your mask safely. Medical masks are designed to only be used once. Therefore when you take the mask off, place it in the trash immediately.[15]
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    • In medical settings there is most likely a garbage bin specifically for biohazardous items like used masks and gloves.
    • In a non-medical setting where the mask could be contaminated, place the mask by itself inside a plastic bag. Tie the plastic bag closed and then throw the plastic bag in the garbage bin.
  4. Wash your hands again. Once you've disposed of the mask safely, wash your hands once more to ensure they're clean and didn't get contaminated by touching the dirty mask.[16]
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[Edit]Understanding Medical Masks

  1. Understand what a medical mask protects you from. Medical or surgical masks are intended to cover both your mouth and nose. They are designed with material that can block large-particle droplets, splashes, sprays and splatter — all of which may contain viruses or bacteria that may be harmful to you.[17]
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    • Small-sized particles, however, may still be able to penetrate a medical mask. And, because the medical mask isn't sealed against your skin, particles are also able to penetrate those openings.
  2. Know the difference between a medical mask and an N95 respirator. An N95 respirator is a device used by health practitioners to block 95% of very small particles. Unlike medical masks, N95 respirators fit more securely on your face and against your skin, and are able to filter airborne particles.[18]
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    • While an N95 respirator can block 95% of very small particles — very small being considered 0.3 microns — there is still a 5% chance harmful particles can penetrate the respirator.
    • N95 respirators are not designed for use by children or by people who have facial hair.
    • Some N95 masks come with an exhalation valve that is designed to reduce condensation build-up inside the mask and allow the wearer to breathe easier. These masks, however, should not be used in a situation where a sterile field is required as the exhalation valve allows unfiltered (and possibly contaminated) air to leave the mask.[19]
    • In general, each type of N95 mask should come with detailed instructions from the manufacturer explaining how to put on and take off the mask. In order to ensure proper protection for both you and your patients, these instructions — above all others — must be followed. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) also requires that users are trained how to fit and use N95 respirators.[20]



  • Ideally you should use soap and water whenever you're required to clean your hands. However, if soap and water is not available, you can use a hand sanitizer with at least a 60% alcohol content. In order to make sure you've used enough sanitizer, you should be able to rub your hands together for more than 10 seconds before they're dry.[21]
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a webpage with detailed information pertaining to medical masks and N95 respirators at This site includes photos of different types of masks, comparisons between masks, and a list of FDA approved mask manufacturers.


  • Medical masks are intended to be used once and by only one person. Once they've been worn, they should be thrown out and not used again.[22]
  • There are many types of masks made for non-medical use that can usually be found in a hardware store. These masks are designed to keep dust particles away from a worker's mouth and nose while working with wood, metal or other types of construction work. These types of masks are not regulated by the FDA and are not approved for use in medical settings.[23]

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How to Put Music on Your iPhone Without iTunes

Posted: 03 Mar 2020 08:00 AM PST

This wikiHow teaches you different ways to sync audio files from your computer to an iPhone without using iTunes. If you're using a Mac running Catalina or later, you can use Finder in place of iTunes to manage your music library. If you're using Windows and prefer not to use iTunes, you can try a free alternative like MediaMonkey. If you subscribe to Spotify Premium, it can be used on Windows or macOS to copy music files to your iPhone. And if you're just looking to share a few files, you can use the free Dropbox app, which comes with a built-in music player!


[Edit]Using Finder for macOS Catalina and Later

  1. Open Finder . It's the two-toned face icon on the Dock, which is usually at the bottom of the screen.[1]
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  2. Connect your iPhone to your Mac. Once your iPhone is detected, you'll see its name appear in the left panel of Finder under "Locations."
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    • If prompted to do so, click Trust to allow your iPhone to access data on your Mac.
  3. Click your iPhone in the left panel. Information about your iPhone will appear in the main (right) panel.
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  4. Click the tab. It's near the top of the right panel.
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  5. Check the "Sync Music onto your device" box. It's at the top of the right panel.
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  6. Choose which music to sync. To sync all of the music on your Mac to your iPhone, select "Entire music library." If you'd prefer to choose specific music, select "Selected artists, albums, genres, and playlists." Both options appear next to "Sync" in the right panel.
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    • If you chose to sync certain content, check the boxes next to everything you'd like to sync in the bottom part of the right panel.
    • If you'd like to sync video as well, check the box next to "Include videos."
  7. Click or . You'll see one of these options at the bottom-right corner of the Finder window, depending on whether you've changed any settings. The selected music will now sync to your iPhone.
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[Edit]Using Spotify Premium

  1. Sign up for Spotify Premium. A premium Spotify membership will allow you to sync MP3, M4P/AAC (DRM-protected audio files purchased from iTunes/Apple Music), and MP4 files to your iPhone as long as Spotify is installed at both locations.[2] Click here for details on signing up for a Premium membership.
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  2. Download and install the Spotify on your computer. You can get it from Once you've installed Spotify, log in using the account you use to access your Premium membership.
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  3. Open your Spotify preferences. To do this, click the menu at the top-left corner of Spotify, select Edit, and then click Preferences.
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  4. Toggle on the switch next to "Show Local Files." It's under the "Local Files" header in the main panel.
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  5. Add your music files to Spotify. To do this:
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    • Toggle on the switch next to "Show Local Files" in the right panel.
    • Click ADD A SOURCE under this header.
    • Select the folder that contains your music files and click OK. Spotify will import the files in that folder.
    • You'll find all of your imported files in the Local Files tab in the left panel under "YOUR LIBRARY." It may take several minutes for the files to import.
  6. Create a new playlist for the files you want to sync. Your iPhone can access files from your computer as long as you put them into a playlist and download them to your computer first. To create the playlist:
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    • Click +New Playlist near the bottom-left corner of Spotify.
    • Type a name for the list and click CREATE.
    • Click the Local Files tab to view your local files.
    • Drag the desired songs to the new playlist in the left panel.
    • Click the playlist in the left panel and make any changes if desired.
    • Slide the Download switch at the top-right corner of the playlist to the On (green) position.
  7. Install the Spotify app on your iPhone. You can download the app for free from the App Store.
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    • If your iPhone is not already connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your computer that's running Spotify, connect to that network now.
  8. Open the Spotify app on your iPhone. It's the green circle icon with three curved black lines inside. If you're not already signed in with your Premium account, follow the on-screen instructions to sign in now.
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  9. Tap . It's the icon of three book spines at the bottom-right corner. This opens your Library to the Playlists tab by default.
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  10. Tap the new playlist you created on your computer. The contents of the playlist will appear.
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  11. Slide the "Downloaded" switch to the On (green) position. Once the switch is green, Spotify on your iPhone will start downloading all of the music files in the playlist so that you can listen to them offline.
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    • It may take a while for the files to sync completely, especially if you have a lot of them. You'll see a green arrow next to each song that has been synced to your iPhone.

[Edit]Using MediaMonkey for Windows

  1. Download and install MediaMonkey. MediaMonkey is a free popular music manager and player for Windows that can be used to sync music to your iPhone. You can download it from
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    • The files you copy from your computer to your iPhone can be listened to in the regular Music app.
  2. Install the desktop version of iTunes. Although you won't be using iTunes to make the transfer, you will need to have the Windows desktop version of the program installed so you have access to some behind-the-scenes necessities.[3] If you downloaded iTunes from the Microsoft Store, you will need to uninstall it and reinstall the version on Apple's website. Follow these steps:
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    • First, press to open the Search bar, type , and then click Microsoft Store. Search for iTunes—if you see an "Install" button, you can close the window and skip to the next step (don't click it). If you see "Launch", open the Start menu, right-click iTunes and then select Uninstall to remove it.
    • Go to, click Windows next to "Looking for other versions," and then click Download iTunes for Windows for your correct version.
    • Run the iTunes installer to install it on your PC. When the installation is complete, launch iTunes.
    • Go to Edit > Preferences > Devices and check the box next to "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically."
    • Connect your iPhone and to the PC and click its icon at the top-left corner of iTunes. In the window that opens, scroll down and uncheck "Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected".
    • Click the Music tab in the left panel and uncheck "Sync Music" if it's checked. Repeat for the Podcasts tab if you want MediaMonkey to handle your podcasts.
  3. Open MediaMonkey while your iPhone is still connected. You can close iTunes if you have it, as it will no longer be necessary.
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    • The first time you run MediaMonkey, give the app permission to scan for music files on your PC. Once your files are detected, they'll be added to an iTunes-style library that you can easily sync to your iPhone.[4]
  4. Click in the left panel of MediaMonkey. This will open the iPhone's Summary page.
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  5. Choose how to sync your files. Click the Tools menu, select Options, and then click Portable Device Sync to access your settings. Here you can configure the following:
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    • Click the Auto-Sync tab to choose which music to sync automatically. If you're okay with MediaMonkey automatically syncing files to your iPhone as soon as you connect it, leave the defaults alone. If you'd prefer to sync music manually, remove the checkmark from "Auto-sync as soon as the device is connected."
    • Click the Options tab to fine-tune your preferences, including setting your preferences for how ID3 tags will be handled and whether files of certain types should be converted.
  6. Sync file to your iPhone. If you chose to sync automatically, there's no need to complete this step. Otherwise, once you've added your music and configured your settings, you can start syncing your music collection to your iPhone. There are a couple of ways to do this:
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    • Right-click on a song or selection of songs and select Send To > Your iPhone.
    • Select a song, album, or playlist and drag it over to your iPhone in the tree.
    • Click your iPhone and click Auto-Sync, select music to sync, and then click Apply to begin the sync.

[Edit]Using Dropbox

  1. Sign up for a Dropbox account at You can add songs from your computer to Dropbox and play them using the Dropbox app on your iPhone. Basic (free) Dropbox accounts come with 2 GB of space, but you can upgrade to Dropbox Plus (2 TB), Dropbox Professional (3 TB), or Dropbox Business (5 TB) if you need more.[5]
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  2. Install the Dropbox client on your computer. This will add a Dropbox folder to your menu bar (top-right corner on a Mac) or system tray (bottom-right corner in Windows). Anything you place in this folder will be uploaded to your Dropbox account.
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    • Installing the client is optional but does make things easier. If there's a reason you aren't able to install the client, go to and log in to your account to access the web interface.
  3. Copy the music files you want to add to your iPhone to your Dropbox folder. You can open the Dropbox folder by clicking the Dropbox icon in your System Tray or menu bar, and then clicking the folder button. Dropbox supports music in .mp3, .aiff, .m4a, and .wav formats.[6]
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    • If you're using the web version, click Upload files in the right panel, select the files you want to add, and then click OK to start uploading.
  4. Wait for the music to upload. This may take a while if you are adding a lot of music files, and the speed is dependent on your internet connection. You can monitor the progress in the Dropbox menu in your system tray or menu bar.
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  5. Install Dropbox on your iPhone. The app is free and can be downloaded from the App Store. Once the app is installed, launch it and sign in using the same Dropbox account you use on your computer.
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  6. Tap the song that you want to play. Dropbox will stream any of the songs that you have stored on your Dropbox account as long as you have a network connection. The songs will continue playing in the background even if you switch apps.
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  7. Mark songs as Favorites to make them available offline. Normally Dropbox streams the songs that you select over the internet, but you can mark songs as Favorites to make them always available, even when you don't have an internet connection.
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    • Swipe the song that you want to keep on the device from left to right.
    • Tap the star to store the song on your iPhone.

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How to Tell Your Company Story

Posted: 03 Mar 2020 12:00 AM PST

Your company's story can be a powerful tool for connecting with your customers. A compelling, honest story will include details about your company's creators, early challenges you faced, and what sets your company apart. Start by developing ideas for your story by doing internet research, talking with customers and employees, and brainstorming on your own. Then, draft your story in chronological order by focusing on where you've been, where you are now, and where you want to go. Distribute your story on your company website and enhance it with photos, testimonials, and video.


[Edit]Developing Ideas

  1. Research your company online to see how people describe it. A quick Google search can help you to figure out what words might resonate with your readers. Search your company's name and read reviews, social media posts, and other things that customers have written about your company and its products. Look for the top 5 adjectives that people use to describe your company and its products to help you determine what people value most about your company.[1]
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    • For example, you might notice that people often describe your company's products as "reliable," "cost-effective," "innovative," "easy to use," and "fun." Make a note of these terms and make sure to include them in your story as you describe what your company does.
  2. Ask customers and employees why they are loyal to your company. Determining what keeps people coming back can also be a powerful detail to include in your story. Talk with your repeat customers and long-term employees to find out what they love about the company.[2] As you talk with people, identify any adjectives or descriptive words that they use to describe your company. If you notice that people consistently use certain words, try to integrate these into your company's story.[3]
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    • For example, if you notice that customers point out that your company's excellent service is what keeps them coming back, then you'd definitely want to mention this somewhere in your story.
  3. Answer "who," "what," "when," "where, "why" questions. Answering questions about your story can help you to decide what details you need to include in it. Take some time to reflect on the following questions and write out your answer to each one:[4]
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    • What happened that led to the start of your company?
    • When did your company form?
    • Who are the key characters in the company's story?
    • What were the people who started the company trying to do?
    • What challenges did the creators of your company face?
    • Why is it important for people to know your company's story?

[Edit]Drafting Your Story

  1. Start by describing the "self" or individual aspect of your company. This is the best way to introduce your company's story since it automatically humanizes your company and draws readers in. However, it can be a difficult part of writing your company's story since it involves getting a little personal. In this section, talk about what events led to your company's formation.[5]
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    • For example, if you operate a graphic design company, you might discuss your interest in animation from a young age that led to pursuing a graphic design major in college. You could then share that you worked for other companies but felt unfulfilled and decided to start your own company.
  2. Be honest about any hardships your company faced in its early days. Sharing about early financial hardships, lack of support, technical hiccups, and other challenges can help to endear you to your customers, so don't leave these details out of your story. Your customers will appreciate your honesty and be more likely to connect with your company's values as a result.[6]
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    • For example, if your tech company started out with just you and your laptop in your best friend's basement, share that with customers!
  3. Talk about what your company does and why it matters. Once you've shared how your company got off the ground, talk about the present. Describe what your company does, what it's known for, and what it strives to do in the future. Be sure to think about your customers and how you can communicate your company's goals to them in a way that will be relatable.[7]
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    • For example, if you operate a catering business, you might talk about how you strive to make healthy, crowd-pleasing food that sources ingredients locally. You might also talk about a future goal, such as opening your own restaurant or expanding your catering business.
  4. Include transitions to help make the story flow well. Transitions are words and phrases that help to ease the flow of your text and help the reader build logical connections between the ideas you present. Transitions can also help you to compare and contrast, introduce examples, and provide emphasis. Look for places in your story where you can provide signposts and time-markers to signal the order in which your story happened and what's coming next. Here are some common types and examples of transitional words and phrases you might include:[8]
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    • Sequence: First, after, before, next, and then.
    • Similarity: Also, in the same way, and like.
    • Difference: However, but, and in spite of.
    • Examples: For example, for instance, and to illustrate.
    • Emphasis: Indeed, of course, and truly.
  5. Conclude with a call to action or invitation for your customers. Once you have finished telling your story and describing your company, look for a way to engage your readers. This could be as simple as inviting them to contact you or visit your place of business, or you could ask a question to get a conversation going.[9]
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    • For example, you might say something like, "Come in for a visit so we can show you what sets us apart!" or "Follow me on social media to stay in touch."
  6. Revise and proofread your work before sharing it publicly. Revising can help you to ensure that you've included all of the necessary information, while proofreading will give you a chance to check for errors. Try reading your story out loud to determine if there's anything missing from it. This is also a great way to spot simple errors, such as typos, grammatical issues, and misspellings.[10]
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    • It's also a good idea to ask someone to read your company's story before sharing it. They may be able give you feedback on what details might make the story more compelling or logical.

[Edit]Distributing Your Story

  1. Post your company's story on the "About" section of your website. Customers and potential employees looking to find out more about your company's history will likely check here. Once you have completed your story and proofread it thoroughly, post it to your site.[11]
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    • Another option is to create a page called "Our Story" or something similar.
  2. Add relevant pictures to enhance the details of your story. Look for places in your story where an image might help to enhance it. For example, you might include an image of your chief executive officer, a group of employees, or your workplace. To highlight your company's humble beginnings, you might include a picture of your first office or workspace.[12]
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    • Don't include too many pictures. One for every 1-2 paragraphs is plenty.
  3. Include quotes from customers and employees to help tell your story. Place these off to the side or spread throughout your post to highlight your company's best assets. You might even pair the quote with a picture of the employee or customer to give a more human voice to what they've said about your company.[13]
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    • For example, if you have testimonials from customers that enhance details you shared in your story, you might include 2-3 of those off to the side or at the bottom of the page.
  4. Make a video to share your story using a visual medium. Once you have written out your company's story, you might even consider creating a video to go along with it and using the narrative as your "script." Pair the words with footage from your office or other place of business to give customers a glimpse of what your company looks like when it's in action. Interview customers and employees to include some testimonials in the video as well.[14]
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    • Keep the video short, such as around 3-5 minutes. This will increase the chances that people will watch it.


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