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Several questions must therefore necessarily arise upstream of each communication campaign :

  • What are the communication objectives?
  • What is the target?
  • What is the message
  • How does the company position itself compared to its competitors?
  • What image does it benefit from?

All these questions and, of course, their answers, make it possible to define a precise framework for each communication campaign envisaged.

Defining a communication strategy also makes it possible to structure and coordinate the various actions or supports that will be implemented and to have, upstream, a global vision of all the actions deployed over the year (press, advertising, website, e-marketing, events etc …) in order to control the frequency, the budget and the realization.

You will understand that successful communication requires, above all, a well-defined communication strategy

Identify your targets

Communication is above all the transmission of a message from one sender (your company) to one or more receivers (your customers, prospects, partners or prescribers). Communicating therefore consists, for you, in clearly identifying your communication targets. In order to deploy means of communication tailored precisely to their expectations. And to only reach people who are potentially interested in your brand, products and services. The target of a company can be multiple : its customers, its partners, its suppliers …Ask yourself the question. Who do you want to educate? Your customers ? Your prescribers? Your partners?

It is by just aiming that you optimize your budget and that you can define appropriate actions.

Position yourself in your environment

  • What’s your environment?
  • Who are your competitors and how do they communicate?
  • How long has your business been in existence?
  • What is his image?
  • How do you want to position your company in its environment?
  • Do you want to strengthen or correct the image of your business?
  • What are your competitive advantages?
  • Your strengths?
  • Your weak points?

    So many questions to ask yourself in order to properly define the framework of your communication.