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During your Award in Content Marketing Strategy, you will learn to:

Write effective content marketing strategies, design content plans, give an impartial critique of creative work, amplify, measure and optimise your content. All with your customer at the heart of your decision making. Making your big multi-channel campaign moments and ongoing evergreen content magnetic to your audience

Ways you can learn with us

Virtual Classroom: Tutor led, live, online classroom environments, find out more here: Virtual Classroom

Online: Self Study, via an always-on, always open portal, providing an engaging multimedia learning experience, find out more here: Online Learning

In person: face-to-face, tutor-led classroom training. To ensure everyone's safety while attending courses at our training centre, we're taking a range of precautionary measures. You can find the full list, here

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Level
6
Duration
Online (35 CPD hours)

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Anytime Online Online £450.00 £495.00 -

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Qualification Information

The power of omnichannel campaigns

Most marketing departments treat omnichannel marketing as a holy-grail ambition. However, despite this reverence, the fundamentals of omnichannel marketing are relatively simple. Using practical exercises and industry case studies, we’ll teach you the principles of omnichannel planning; how it works, why it works, and how you can make it work for you.

Implementing the integrated planning process

Work through a 13-step tried-and-test implementation frame to help you prepare, implement, and measure your new omnichannel communication strategy. At the end of the lesson, we’ll provide you with a framework to fill in, which will support implementation in your own organisation.

Know your customers

So, you’ve got customer data coming out of your ears, but you don’t know how to use it. Using practical exercises and industry case studies, this lesson will show you how to turn your customer data into personas to support your targeting and tailor your marketing messages. Finally, you'll use our bespoke persona template to create some personas for your own organisation.

Strategic campaign briefing

A thorough brief will form the foundations for your marketing campaign. However, despite its importance, the briefing stage is too-often overlooked or rushed. Using practical exercises and industry case studies we’ll take you through the process of writing an in-depth strategic campaign briefing. At the end of the lesson, using our briefing template, you will write your own strategic brief for a campaign you’ve worked on.

Defining SMART objectives

SMART objectives are an essential tool for monitoring your progress and achieving your goals. In this lesson you will learn the different attributes of SMART objectives and how they can help you deliver your campaigns and projects.

Developing a proposition

Why should someone buy from you and not your competition? Your value proposition should answer this question, boiling down your competitive advantage into a short statement. Using practical exercises and industry case studies, you’ll gain an understanding of the role your value proposition plays underpinning your marketing. During the lesson, you'll use my bespoke five-step template to write a value proposition for your organisation.

Developing a content strategy

This lesson covers the importance of creating a tailored content marketing strategy. You’ll start by using our interactive content mapping tool to reveal any gaps in your content. Using these insights, you’ll learn how to build a content marketing strategy and plot your content against your marketing funnel.

Delivering a content strategy

Your content strategy needs to be unpinned by a strong understanding of your audience and their needs. Using our bespoke strategy template, we’ll show you how your content marketing should be informed by audience and keyword research. You'll also learn tips and techniques to boost your content production by repurposing your assets to fit different channels.

Story telling

Story telling allows a brand to go beyond a sales push to build deeper long-term relationships which may ultimately create sales and advocacy. Sharing the values that your organisation are passionate about gives a connection with your audience and should run through the heart of your content.

Evaluating creativity

Evaluating and giving feedback on creative work can often feel like treading on egg-shells. Using practical exercises and industry case studies, you will walk through a tried-and-tested process to objectively appraise your creative work. During the lesson, we'll also share a selection of tips and techniques to help you give negative feedback and ask for alterations in a constructive, diplomatic, manner. Finally, you'll apply what you've learnt, using our creative feedback form.

Amplify, measure and optimise your content

Once you have produced your content, you need a dynamic strategy to ensure it gets in front of your target audience. Using practical exercises and industry case studies, we’ll show you how to amplify your content’s reach by measuring and optimising your content marketing campaigns.

This course is aimed at market managers and campaign managers who are responsible for planning and briefing communications campaigns. Whether you are looking to branch into this area or brush up on your skills there is something here for you.

Online

Enjoy the flexibility of devising your own personalised study routine with your programme deadlines via a stream of online content run over 12 months. You will receive email support and 24/7 access to course materials. For more information call 020 8614 0255.

Will Francis

Will is a digital and social media expert, creating swipe-stopping content and innovative digital experiences since his days as Editor at MySpace in the mid-late noughties. He has worked with global brands from Volkswagen to Net-a-Porter, Samsung to Penguin Books to engage their audiences in more memorable, meaningful ways. His digital innovation agency Vandal leverages emerging technology for brands, cutting through the saturated digital landscape with engaging content and campaigns. Will also writes and appears in the media to share his expertise on technology and media, which he does through training, talks and events.

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