Our Managing Principal at Monigle, Justin Wartell, was featured in the Forbes article 13 Ways for a Company to Create and Cultivate a Strong Brand Voice.
Let’s think about your brand and the role it plays in the lives of your audience. Now think about what your brand says, as a way to feed the relationship: Is your brand voice representative of your brands personality? Do your messages meet your audiences’ needs and concerns? Do they matter to them and will they care? Is what you’re saying relevant and timely?
Recently the Forbes Agency Council, including our own Justin Wartell, put together 13 Ways for a Company to Create and Cultivate a Strong Brand Voice.
“A strong voice is built on a clear, distinct and actionable definition of your brand’s personality.”
-Justin Wartell, Monigle
Having a strong brand voice can be the difference between leaving a lasting impression on the hearts and minds of those who matter most, and getting lost in the clutter. Your brand has something important to say-so make sure what you say is resonating and valuable to your audiences.
Reach out to us, we’d love to chat more about building a strong voice and its impact on attracting new prospects and building loyalty with your current audiences!