Improve the visibility and sales of books and movies with high-quality, high-impact metadata and keywords
Movie and book metadata are like digital crumbs that make it easier for consumers to find content they’re interested in. StoryFit Metadata offers a platform for publishers and movie studios to connect their content to the right audience at the right time.
We take a comprehensive approach to keyword generation and metadata enhancement that directly impacts sales and is easy to implement. By examining nearly 10,000 storytelling metrics, top search engine activity, reader reviews, and ecommerce data, our platform delivers a unique collection of high-performing, long-tail keywords that enhance the visibility and discoverability of your book or film.
We continuously monitor sales patterns and industry trends to deliver improved movie and book metadata on a quarterly basis. Keywords are delivered in an easy-to-implement .csv format, or fed directly via various digital management systems.
Your job is the easy part. Simply upload PDFs of your content and we handle the rest.
StoryFit AI “reads” your content and extracts meaningful features, such as:
StoryFit AI selects the perfect keywords from our proprietary keyword database that is constantly updated and fed by sources like:
We deliver keywords as .csv files that are easy to integrate into common content management systems and original ONIX messages.
StoryFit tracks the performance of your content and uses machine learning to continuously optimize keywords.
StoryFit Metadata uses AI to generate keywords that capture what makes a story resonate with audiences and reflects what they are searching for. See major improvements in visibility and sales.
StoryFit monitors sales data and regularly optimizes keywords to improve performance. Game-changing.
StoryFit makes discoverability scalable. Keyword use is proven to increase sales, but scaling content output is a real challenge: until now.
Metadata is mysterious. StoryFit ensures you are doing it right--with no onboarding, no installations, and reduced data-entry.