Defining the role of digital communications

We take a channel-agnostic approach to communications planning, because online conversation does not exist in a vacuum.

The outcomes of user research identify the behaviours we need to influence, and the information that users are seeking across both their online and offline journey.

We can then determine how communications will support your marketing and commercial goals, shape key messages, and establish the role that digital content will play as part of the communications mix.

Building an adaptive, data-informed content strategy

Communications in the digital domain often happen at pace. This makes it challenging to plan and deliver content effectively, especially when catering to a broad spectrum of audiences.

We help organisations to adopt an agile, data-driven approach towards communications. This lays the foundations for an engagement strategy that has the capability to deliver personalised content at scale, tailored to suit an individual’s needs and motivations at each point in their journey.

By advising you on the technology, processes and skillsets that will enable this change, we help you build the capacity to pivot when unpredictable things happen and quickly adapt your communications to suit the fluid needs of your users.

Clarifying your digital tone-of-voice

When engaging with multiple and diverse audiences online, it can be easy to lose the coherence of your message. Presenting a clear and distinct tone-of-voice will keep your brand salient amid a sea of digital noise.

Building from your existing brand proposition, we work with you shape how your brand personality is conveyed through digital content and messaging.

The resulting style guide clearly sets out the practical application of this online tone-of-voice, so that your digital communications can be delivered consistently, at scale, from across the organisation.

Communications Planning Case Studies