Media Training


Thursday 29th November 2018         Caitlin Ferguson

Growing up, we often hear the phrase ‘it’s not what you say, but how you say it that really matters’. Fast forward to the digital era of public relations and this phrase has never been more relevant in the age of digital technology. Brand identity is made up of voice, tone and style – often these are used interchangeably to achieve different communication goals for your brand. In these situations, the tone of your voice governs how you express yourself in writing, with the content and style of written communication the means of what you say. Visual content is equally as important for showcasing your brand identity – if your visual content doesn’t match your brand conversation, this can often lead to inconsistencies in your delivered communication.

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