Strategic PR and marketing communications

By: Sharon Morrison Communications  09/01/2013
Keywords: public relations, marketing agency, marketing strategy

No one would go into battle without a well-planned strategy, which took into account the weight of the opposition, an understanding of the terrain and the strength and resilience of their own troops.

The same applies in marketing communications, but everything now happens faster than ever, so it's no surprise that action is often confused with progress. But developing strategy takes time; it deserves to because it's the most important weapon in your business armoury.

 

I can work with you to develop a communications strategy that's compelling, competitive and unique to your brand.The same applies in marketing communications, but everything now happens faster than ever, so it's no surprise that action is often confused with progress. But developing strategy takes time; it deserves to because it's the most important weapon in your business armoury.

I can work with you to develop a communications strategy that's compelling, competitive and unique to your brand.

Keywords: b2b marketing, brand identity, brand marketing, business communications, business to business market, marketing agency, marketing communications, marketing strategy, public relations, Sharon Morrison, small business marketing,

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