OK you've made a great story map. Now you need to get it in front of your audience!
One great way to do this is to embed your story in the web page that your audience will be looking at. So if your story map is about a conservation project, you can embed your story in your web page about that project. This not only gets your story map in front of your audience, it also ensures that people can find it easily, because they'll land on that page and see your story map when they browse your website or search for info about that project. You can also use that web page to present other related info about the project. This is useful because it means you don't need to try and put all the information about the project into the story map...
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You can also browse some examples of story maps embedded in websites in the Story Maps Gallery. In the Gallery, choose Format > Embedded in the menu on the left, or just click this link to open the Gallery with that filter already applied.