Reimagine the Future
Every organization needs to create a distinct identity and build on that to establish market positioning. Standing out in the crowd is vital—it wins you employees, partners, customers, and praise. The traditional channels aren’t exactly gone, but they’re undergoing a transformation too. Marketers need to take into consideration in all customer interactions.
No Service is generic. Every engagement is customized to suit specific needs.
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What’s your descriptor, differentiator, and market benefit? How do you explain your company and its offerings to people who don’t know, but should?
How do you ensure message consistency while telling different stories? How do you balance the perennial (what the company will always be) and the topical (what’s new to market)?
It’s really important to have something to say. Promotional material about different products has its place, but in this deafening media environment (is there anybody left without a podcast?), it helps to build a broader narrative context in which to tell your story. Each theme and POV must draw a clear connection between public trends/events and the core company message.
The media landscape has changed, but it’s still there—outlets old and new that hold the keys to reaching a target audience.
Appealing to these diverse constituencies with targeted storylines is more important than ever. It takes skill, precision, and dedication.
PR/AR Strategies involve targeting gatekeepers to reach a particular audience, but there are many social channels allowing direct access to those same audiences. These new channels demand not only new content but new forms of content.
As business prospects become more independent in their journey, they need to be kept engaged. A steady stream of market-facing content—from product promos and anecdotes to broad statements that tackle critical issues while adhering to the core positioning—pays rich dividends.