With the proliferation of communication media and tools, it is clear that any success can only result from a global strategy guaranteeing homogeneity of messages. From the website to social networks, including participation in trade fairs, point-of-sale advertising, or even the various possibilities offered by Web3, here is how to find your way around to avoid pitfalls and define the human and technical resources you need.
The need for a communication consultant to grow your business, you need to integrate these skills or rely on consultants who can define and support your growth. This is the case of communication which is, as we will see, in constant evolution. If it was limited to a few media for years, since the 2010s, the options have multiplied, defining ever more expertise and new professions: online stores, social networks, and tomorrow web 3 with its metaverses and NFT. Having up-to-date skills is mandatory, and relying on solid brand management will be the only option to deliver a clear message.
A changing web with the arrival of Web 3, the way of communicating and the marketing tools to provoke a commitment from your customers, or more classically, to reach a target, will be revolutionized. And, at least for a time, will cohabit with the existing: social networks for the general public, professionals, niche sites and online stores. But, if digital is evolving, you must be able to count on recognized expertise in visibility, natural referencing, and online advertising.
Is classic communication outdated the answer is no. Direct contact will never be replaced in that it brings, by definition, a privileged relationship. Participating in a trade show is always effective because proximity to your targets is more effective than an online form or, tomorrow, a virtual experience. But it will be necessary to have suitable tools: commercial brochures, POS, signage, or even business cards must be in line with your other communication tools, in particular, to hammer home both your sales arguments and your values, the latter being increasingly expected by consumers.