With the COVID-19 scare altering the way we all do business only numerous weeks back, established business are now scrambling to adjust to an entire brand-new and unexpected shift in conference consumers’ requirements. And with existing deals currently in place and ready to be offered, it can be tempting to simply make those same offers and hope for the very best. Provided how people are now purchasing for really different factors, how is a company expected to pivot their messaging without renovating their entire business design from scratch?
A brand name is specified not by the deals it makes but the impact it has. And a successful pivot comes from business’s leaders having clarity around this underlying effect. When it does, they can adjust their messaging to resolve a various problem the client now has but still make their initial offer– or at least a somewhat customized version of their initial deal. Then, as they resolve this requirement in the short-term, they have the choice to build out other deals as a part of a longer-term strategy.
Sign Up With Neil Gordon, a communication consultant who focuses on helping customers provide engaging messages, as he discusses finest practices when changing up your brand’s messaging.
Audiences will learn:
- A simple exercise that teaches organisations how to go underneath the surface of their deals to specify their effect
- A simple structure for crafting an effective elevator speech/message in simply a couple of sentences
- A couple of basic sentence stems that will assist them to frame marketing copy, material for content marketing
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