Building Trust With Your Audience

We're going to dive into a topic that can make or break a business - trust. Let's get started with some fun ways to build trust with your customers and take your business to the next level.

Don't be fake

Be yourself! When it comes to building trust with your audience, be the real you, be authentic and be genuine. Know-it-alls get the eyerolls and if that’s not you, reveal your honest, transparent, and sincere side. Show your audience you're a human being with flaws and quirks just like them. Being relatable will build a rapport and connection with your audience.

Showcase your expertise

If you want to gain your audience's trust, you got to show them what you're made of. One of the best ways to do this is by showcasing your awesomeness. Whether you're creating cool graphics, making the best coffee in town or selling surfboards, sharing your knowledge and expertise will show your audience you really know your stuff. When they can see you're the real deal, they're more likely to trust your business, products, or services. So, let yourself shine!

Engage with your audience

Building trust is a two-way street, so get in there and engage with your audience. Respond to comments and messages in a timely way, ask for feedback, and create a dialogue – all will help create a sense of community and trust. When your audience knows they can reach out to you and actually get a response, they're more likely to trust you and your brand. So, don't be a stranger - get in there and start chatting.

Be transparent

It's all about transparency, baby. That means being upfront about your products, services, and policies. Don't try to hide anything or your audience will sniff it out in an instant and think you’re pulling a fast one – destroying any trust that had built up. If you make a mistake – own it! We're all human, and your customers will appreciate that you are one too.

Deliver on your promises

If you want to build trust, you gotta deliver the goods. If you promise a certain level of quality, service, or support, you need to deliver on it, consistently. Don't make promises you can't keep and then fall short. You could be forgiven occasionally, but constant let downs will kill trust in your brand. Better to under-promise and over-deliver!

Building trust isn't easy, but it's ooo-so-important for any business to succeed. So, have fun, be real, show off your skills, chat it up with your audience and deliver on your promises… and you are winning! Do all the things, it’ll create a customer base that trusts you – and they’re the ones that'll have your back through the good times and the not so good times.


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The Inaugural Solomon Islands International Futsal Cup: A Resounding Success

In December 2022, Evan and his son Cian, attended the first-ever Solomon Islands International Junior Futsal Cup, in Honiara – the capital city of the Solomon Islands.

More than 200 youth futsal players attended the event, including four teams from Just Futsal Australia. Cian played in the U12 team, which Evan coaches, and Barefruit Marketing provided pro-bono marketing support to coordinate and promote the event, turning it from an idea into reality.

Futsal, aka indoor soccer, is a sport that is fast growing in popularity. The tournament was an incredible display of the talent and skill of the players involved. The five teams from Honiara gave their all on the court, displaying incredible dribbling skills, ball control, and teamwork. The Australian team was equally impressive, showcasing the high level of competition that the sport of futsal has reached in our country.

In addition to the on-court action, the tournament was also a celebration of the culture and traditions of the Solomon Islands. Spectators were treated to a vibrant display of music, dance, and food, providing a glimpse into the region's rich culture.

At Barefruit Marketing, we are proud to have been a part of this important event and to have been able to support the development of futsal in the Solomon Islands. We believe that sports and physical activity are essential to a healthy and fulfilling life, and we are committed to promoting these values in our communities.

The inaugural Solomon Islands International Futsal Cup was an enormous success, with players, coaches, and spectators alike all sharing in the excitement and passion for the sport of futsal. The tournament has put the Solomon Islands on the map as a destination for top-level futsal competitions and has helped to promote the growth of the sport in the region.

We can't wait to see what the future holds for futsal in the region.  Find out more about Just Futsal NSW here.


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Claire Does Kenya

Claire in Kenya

After ten years of being on the board of Rafiki Mwema, I finally met the children and staff in Kenya, whom we work so hard to give a voice to.

Rafiki Mwema

Rafiki Mwema is a safe house for traumatised children in Nakuru, Kenya. It has been my passion to help these children in any way I can since my close friend Sarah Rosborg asked me to start a charity with her ten years ago.

In November 2022, I had the opportunity to travel to Kenya and witness the fantastic work being done by Rafiki Mwema first-hand. I joined Sarah Rosborg, the founder of Rafiki Mwema, on this journey – one she has done many times.

Wow, just wow!

I have been talking about our children at Rafiki for the last ten years. I was involved in the fundraiser to buy our land and build new homes. I’ve met some of the children and staff over Zoom, and I read the heartbreaking stories of the children every day.

Yet nothing (nothing) could have prepared me for this visit. I was expecting to be a blubbering mess. I am a crier (with a not-very-nice cry face) and expected to be surrounded by sadness.

Claire in Kenya

Happiness everywhere, despite such sadness

From the moment we arrived at Doyle Farm, all I experienced was happiness. The children and staff are all so happy and playful. Of course, the stories behind the children are beyond sad, but you can feel their happiness on the farm because they are safe here. They are loved, protected and secure.

There was non-stop laughter, playing and dancing. And music! All day long. We stayed near the big girl's house, and the music and dancing started around 6 am and finished long after us nanas went to bed.

Thanks to our incredible supporters, sponsors and donors, our children are happy, safe, well-fed, well-clothed, well-educated, and appreciative of things our children take for granted.

The older children are involved in the cleaning, cooking and running of their houses. The smells coming from their kitchens were delicious – thanks to the fresh produce direct from our own farm.

We grow most of our own veggies to feed the children and staff – potatoes, carrots, cabbages, onions, beans, kale and tomatoes, as well as bananas and strawberries. We have cows for milk, chickens for eggs, and we will soon get goats and geese.

We spent a lot of time with the children at the farm – playing, doing crafts, sports and activities.

Keyan Girls

Doyle Farm

The farm is so big when you see it in real life! We have really created a little village for our Rafiki family. Our 14-acre property is safe as - surrounded by bushes that have the longest and most vicious thorns I have ever seen. It is also surrounded by an electric fence that’ll give you a good warning if you tried to get through it, and then you’d have to contend with our pack of German Shepherd dogs and our Maasai guards, who are armed with deadly, snake-venom tipped, arrows.

There is a lot of space for the children, the staff and the animals. There’s a football pitch at the boys end, where the boys and girls train in fitness daily. There’s a playground for the smaller kids, a school, therapy rooms, staff offices and then there are our houses, where the children live.

Rafiki Girls

Our Rafiki Girls

The girls live between two main houses. The big girls are in the Queen’s Castle, a house built thanks to a big fundraiser with Constance Hall in 2016. We have 16 big girls – from 12 to 19 years old. Some of our young ladies have been with us since they were little girls, and the changes we see in them are amazing.

The small girls are in another house on their own secure ‘compound’. 26 small girls, with seven of them being under the age of five. They are so adorable and so squeaky! They love you unconditionally – all they want is to feel loved and protected – and they so are. The staff are excellent – like their mamma, aunty, and big sister rolled into one. And they genuinely care for the children as if they are their own. All the little girls want to hold your hand. It’s funny, they grab a finger each, and you have 3 or 4 girls on each arm.

Our Rafiki Boys

The boys are in their own big house (The King’s Castle) – 22 of them – from 4 to 19 years old. The boys are SO different to the girls. The girls squeal and want to hug, touch and be with you. The boys are way too cool for school – until you get to know them. We had a movie night with the boys, and they were all up and dancing – I even had one of the little ones fall asleep in my arms. The boys love their sport, their music and looking ‘cool’ – and they do all of these things so well! We are collaborating with the Northern Rivers Football Academy to bring our kids at Rafiki closer to our children here with a shared passion. While in Kenya, we Facetimed the academy, and they saw our boys playing, wearing their NRFA-sponsored kits, and demonstrating some awesome skills. This collaboration will grow with the setting of football challenges and skills sessions.

Claire and Kenyan Girls

Our Street Children

I was looking forward to meeting our street family at Rafiki Mtaani, and I will admit to a little (big) cry. Rafiki Mtaani means ‘a friend on the street’ in Swahili. It is a program established by our children at Rafiki Mwema to ensure their street brothers and sisters receive a nutritious meal every day. To say it was heart-warming to see this program's impact on these children's lives is an understatement. Every day, we provide 100 children on the streets of Nakuru with a nourishing meal, a safe place to sleep, and an opportunity to wash themselves and their clothes. We play games with them, provide books and basic medical attention. Additionally, thanks to the awesomeness of our program managers, the children receive daily education on self-care, gender-based violence, self-respect and respect for others, along with maths, reading and physical exercise.

Most of the children sniff glue – it is an escape from the reality of life alone on the streets. It is sad to see, but also understandable. I didn’t feel unsafe at all. They are so loving and grateful – and some are so young, which is heartbreaking. So yes, I did fall in love with them, and I did want to put them all on the next plane to Australia. But that isn’t what they need. These kids must be brought up as Kenyans, the Kenyan way – not as Australians. What we can do is give them the tools they need to stay safe, look after themselves, learn and help them edge closer to independence.

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On Safari

You can’t go to Africa without seeing the wildlife. Our good friend and owner of Boro Kesha Safari Tours, Jimmy, took us on a safari tour to Lake Nakuru, where we saw some of the most incredible wildlife in their natural habitat. The size of the lake and the number of flamingos that call it home leaves you breathless – and there are only a fraction of the flamingo population there now compared to a few years ago. We saw giraffes, zebras, baboons, monkeys (nick-named blue balls, thanks to their… blue balls), gazelles, rhino and water buffalo. Despite a good look, we didn’t see Simba – next time…

We can all Make a Difference

Seeing the impact of the work that we, and so many volunteers, do at Rafiki Mwema was life-changing. It reminds you of the importance of giving back and making a difference in the world.

At Barefruit Marketing, we are committed to positively impacting our community, and others. We believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in the world. We are proud to support Rafiki Mwema, and I am honoured to be a part of the Rafiki family on this journey.

In summary, my trip to Kenya was a powerful reminder of the incredible impact humans can make when we put our minds to something and pull together. I am grateful for the opportunity to witness the amazing work we all do for Rafiki Mwema and for the chance to support these children on their journey towards a brighter future.

Supporting Rafiki Mwema, as with most causes, doesn’t just have to be financial, although that is what keeps the lights on. But donating your time, your skills, and even the odd social share also makes a big difference.

It doesn’t have to be huge but imagine where the world could be if we all did something.

I hope to see the children and staff again soon – but they are firmly in my heart until we meet again.

Claire x

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Barefruit Marketing – Your Marketing Unicorn

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It’s 2023 and your goal is to get your marketing in order. You’re not quite sure where to start but you know you'll need a marketing strategy, and someone to execute that strategy. They need to be skilled in using a range of marketing software and apps, affordable, up to date with all the latest trends, and the right cultural fit for your company.

Does such a person even exist?!

On top of the skill shortage in the Northern Rivers, finding a single staff member who is capable of handling multiple marketing tasks can be challenging. Marketing is a complex field that involves many different specialties, such as content creation, social media management, data analysis, and event planning. It is rare for one individual to have expertise in all areas, and even if they do, they may not have the necessary experience or qualifications to execute each task effectively. Additionally, the fast-paced nature of the marketing industry means that skills and best practices are constantly evolving, making it difficult for a single employee to stay current in multiple areas.

That’s where Barefruit Marketing comes in.

We’re like a marketing unicorn....

....someone that is hard to find but can do it all! We have a team of skilled marketing professionals, with expertise in various areas including branding, content creation, social media, search engine optimisation and much more. This allows us to offer a complete solution for your marketing needs, no matter what they may be.

Every business has unique goals, challenges, and target audiences and requires a customised marketing approach. Barefruit is a full-service agency; we can offer a comprehensive range of marketing services to help you achieve your business objectives, along with a fresh perspective.

You’ll have access to our team of experts who can help you with every aspect of your marketing strategy, freeing up more time to focus on running your business.

So, if you're looking for a marketing unicorn, look no further than Barefruit Marketing.

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Google Ads for Beginners

Google ads

We’re going to take a wild guess and say you Google just about anything you want to know more about, right? Well, why not take advantage of that digital real estate yourself and get some fast, transparent results while achieving a high return on investment? If you’re not including Google Ads in your business’s marketing plan, it’s about darn time you did!


So, what are Google Ads?

An awesome pay-per-click online advertising platform to help you promote your business across a suite of platforms, targeted to people who want what you’ve got! Your ads display across Google search results, non-search websites, Google products such as Maps, YouTube and the Shopping Tab, and mobile apps. This a great opportunity to meet your target audience where they’re searching.


Setting up your Google Ads

Now you know a bit more about Google Ads and you may be considering dabbling, you’ll need to get the following in order:

  • your Google Ad account and all your Google Assets to ensure clear tracking and an in-depth look at what’s working for you
  • define your goal for the ads - is it more calls, visits to your website or orders?
  • determine your budget.

The beauty of Google Ads is that you have control over how much you spend; there’s no minimum spend, and you can choose how much you spend per day, per ad, and per action depending. For small businesses, it’s recommended that you spend anywhere between $1,000 to $10,000 per month. This can be determined by your cash flow, goals and how hard you want to push your efforts. Being an online tool, you have the freedom to adjust your ads and budget at any time.

Google Ads comprise of campaigns and ad groups based on these campaigns. Your campaigns will be based on the type of ad you choose and the goal you’re hoping to achieve. Then your ad groups will be based on the specific topics or services you want to target. You’ll then create your ads and begin your keyword research. A great tip with Google Ads is to think about what problem your product is solving for the consumer and use that problem/question to help determine your keyword list.


What are the benefits of using Google Ads?

Google Ads are a great way for small businesses to reach targeted and motivated audiences. The keywords allow you to tailor your reach to users who are searching for exactly what you’re providing. However, with Google Ads, you can’t just set and forget. Continuous maintenance is important to ensure you’re achieving your goals and staying up to date with consumer wants and needs.

There has never been a better time than right now to get your business into Google Ads. Jump onto Google and give it a crack!

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Community-based Marketing


Community-based Marketing

What is Community-based Marketing?

Community-based marketing is a people-first approach to marketing. It’s all about

bringing like-minded people together who have a common goal, need or interest. In everyday life people thrive in communities, and this is starting to become more obvious in the consumerism world. When people feel part of a brand community, it creates more awareness and trust of the business, eventually resulting in more sales and better customer retention. Not to mention, the cost of marketing to a new audience is six to seven times more expensive than marketing to your current customer-base…The value speaks for itself.


Prioritise meaningful relationships

The key to successful community-based marketing is prioritising meaningful relationships with your customers and business partners over transactional ones. By focusing on building relationships, not only do you save marketing dollars, but you also show your community that you stand for more than just profits; that a relationship with your brand is a valuable experience worthy of investment (in terms of both time and money).

It’s important to note that community-based marketing can’t be achieved overnight. It’s a long-term strategy that reaps long-term rewards – and loyal customers.


Integrate community-based marketing

If you haven’t already, consider integrating community-based marketing into your marketing activities. Getting started on social media is simple. Reply to comments, share user-generated content and thank customers for leaving reviews. Email marketing can be harnessed to nurture brand communities too. You could create a sense of FOMO by sharing exclusive information or behind-the-scenes content. Perhaps you could offer your database exclusive special deals and discounts, pre-sale opportunities and event invitations to increase their sense of belonging to your brand community. Ultimately, by actively acknowledging, interacting, and respecting your customers, you’ll gain their loyalty.

Community-based marketing is not only alive online. There is space for this strategy in the real world too.  It is very important for your community to see you supporting their interests in some way. This can be achieved through brand events, collaboration, sponsorship and general support of your community. For small businesses in the Northern Rivers, supporting your local community, especially in times of need, is extremely important for successful community-based marketing.

What you put in, is what you get out of it when it comes to community-based marketing. The more you empower your customers, the more they will feel a valued part of your community, and the more loyal they will become to you and your brand.


As always, stay fruity,


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4 Social Media Trends For 2023!

Social Media Trends 2023

Now is an important time to set your marketing goals for 2023. The marketing landscape is constantly evolving – do you need to be on Tik Tok, are Instagram reels the way forward, or is getting seen on Google the top priority?

We’ve done the research for you and summarised the key areas of focus for social media in 2023.

Be Real

Have you heard, there’s a new kid on the street. With the introduction of new social media platforms such as BeReal, this has highlighted the fact that users want real and authentic content. While we’re not suggesting you need to get on BeReal or every platform out there, you need to be conscious of what your audience wants to see. Utilise user generated content, such as reposting stories from your clients showing tutorials, reviews or them enjoying your product. Real and genuine feedback from real consumers is more likely to resonate with potential clients. Filter-free content is starting to take precedence over a more curated ‘filtered’ insta feed.


Video is Key

You just need to spend 1 minute on Instagram to realise that video content is where you need to invest your time. Gone are the days of simply posting a beautiful image with a caption. Spend some time planning how short videos can engage your audience in 2023.


Influencer Marketing

We’re not talking about the big expensive ones – we’re talking about micro-influencers.

While a micro-influencer will have a much smaller following, they tend to have a much higher engagement rate than a large influencer. They charge less and you will most likely have a better return on your investment. Reaching out to a few smaller influencers to partner with to promote your product or brand is a great way to build trust with your audience, and a great way to expand your audience.


Social Commerce

Users want convenience, and what’s more convenient than being able to shop and view your offerings directly on the platform that they are using? The shop features on Facebook and Instagram are becoming more and more popular, and will continue to grow in 2023.


Social media platforms and trends are constantly changing and evolving. It’s good to keep abreast of what’s happening in the social world, and adapt your marketing accordingly. Find what platforms work best for you and do them well.

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Let’s Par Tee!

Last Friday, 25th November 2022, was the Northern Rivers Food golf day, held at the Byron Bay Golf Club. This annual event brings together businesses from the food and drinks industry across the Northern Rivers. Barefruit was proud to be the major sponsor again. For the last 4 years we have sponsored and helped to organise this event.

The theme for the day was ‘Safari’, with teams arriving in an array of outfits that wouldn’t look out of place (actually, they would) on the African Plains. Best-dressed was awarded to Pam and the team from Brookfarm.

Every player received a goodie-bag jammed packed with donations from Hemp Food Australia, Byron Bay Chocolates, We The Many, Brookfarm, Don Cholita, The Kind Coffee Co, Three Blue Ducks and more.

NBN News covered the day and spoke with Eddie Brook from Cape Byron Distillery about their involvement. Eddie spoke about the difficulties Northern Rivers businesses have faced over the last two years with Covid, lockdowns, floods and staff shortages all heavily impacting the food and drink industry in the area. He said it was a great opportunity to come together with other business owners and staff in the same industry to catch up, network and celebrate each other.

The event took a lot of organisation and collaboration between Barefruit Marketing and Northern Rivers Food. We had a great turnout, with 44 players from local businesses including Three Blue Ducks, The Casino Food co-op, Hemp Food Australia, Harvest, NAB, Stone and Wood, and Salumi Australia.

Northern Rivers Food Golf Day

Stone and Wood supplied the beers for the day and players nibbled on bread from The Bread Social paired with yummy Salumi Australia salami. It was a perfect day to be out on the green, and was a tight finish with only a point between first and second. The Harvest team were the days’ winners, coming away with four bottles of Brookies Gin from Cape Byron Distillery, lucky buggers!


After all golfers had finished the 18 holes, we enjoyed a beautiful lunch at the Byron Bay Golf Club restaurant. It was a great day to bring the Northern Rivers food and drink industry together.

Evan, our Co-founder and lead Safari Guide on the day said “we’re proud to sponsor this event once again. Aside from the fact that I love a good round of golf, it is a great opportunity to catch up with other businesses, our clients and colleagues for the day. A lot of work went into the organising, thanks to the team at Barefruit and Anne from Northern Rivers Food. The agency has been full of Northern Rivers produce for the last week or so, which has been slightly distracting – for the staff and agency puppy! We’re so happy to see such a great turnout again. Well done to the well-dressed Brookies - we’re looking forward to taking that title next year."

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Barefruit Marketing Win Employer of Choice!

Barefruit Marketing win Employer of Choice

We are so excited to share that Barefruit Marketing won Employer of Choice at the 2022 Northern Rivers Regional Business Awards on Saturday, October 22nd. This is a recognition and reflection of the wonderful culture we have at Barefruit.

We were nominated in five different categories for the night:

  • Outstanding Employee: Ashleigh Cameron
  • Outstanding Leader: Claire Harding
  • Excellence in Sustainability
  • Employer of Choice
  • Excellence in Small Business.

Over 10 years ago, Claire and Evan Harding – marketing professionals with over 40 years’ of combined experience - moved from London to the Northern Rivers. It was here, in Lennox, that the Harding family set up their home-based business, Barefruit Marketing. A boutique agency focused on inspirational, creative marketing that would really work, and in essence, help businesses ‘bear fruit’. Fast-forward to 2022, Barefruit Marketing has expanded to a full-service agency with a diverse team of ten, fostering an amazing culture that they have all worked so hard to create.

Part of our team got all dressed up and attended the ‘2022 Northern Rivers Regional Business Awards’ at Southern Cross University in Lismore. The past couple of years have been extremely challenging for small businesses in the Northern Rivers with lockdowns, floods and other obstacles to overcome. The event celebrated business in the Northern Rivers and recognised the resilience and hard work that goes on behind the scenes within our community.

There were many well-known local businesses nominated for these awards. Thrilled and emotional, we were awarded ‘2022 Employer of Choice’. We were also ecstatic for our client Early Up Property Solutions who won ‘Excellence in Small Business’, an amazing achievement. Employer of Choice is a great reflection of Barefruit as a workplace as we pride ourselves in creating a fun, creative, open, and supportive workplace for our team.

Claire and Evan with award

Our Co-founder and Director Claire comments, “Winning Employer of Choice makes me really proud. We are very passionate about the values we all hold both personally and at work – that is what makes our agency tick.”

Claire continues; “Leading Barefruit is FUN! We, and our clients, are lucky to have such amazing talent at the agency. We spend more time with our workmates than our own families so having a good culture and an open and honest environment is so important. The team genuinely care about each other and support each other professionally and personally.

We’re fun to work with, we don’t take ourselves too seriously, but we take the work we do for our clients very seriously.”

She concludes; “A good culture attracts the right talent and the right clients and I believe we currently have that spot on.”

Jane Laverty, the Regional Director for Business NSW said, “A huge congratulations to Barefruit Marketing, they are so well deserving of being recognised as finalists in the Northern Rivers Regional Business Awards program – across 5 categories no less.

Their work with business and industry and in the community is so highly regarded because of their creative solutions - and also their passionate staff culture. It’s a milestone year for the team having just turned 10 and this is significant when operating from a regional area and further proof of their excellence… I wish the Barefruit team every success.”

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How to Develop a Creative Strategy

Having a solid creative strategy for your campaigns can set you apart from your competitors. Your creative strategy is all about defining what your advertising goals are, and planning on how you are going to achieve them through innovative advertising and marketing approaches that will appeal to your audience. For example, using humour to appeal to your audience or showcase everyday use of your product through a series of social videos.

For business owners, we know this can sound overwhelming. However, spending time planning a strategy ensures your campaign has purpose, direction and goals to achieve. It makes the rest of the work involved in building a campaign much easier too. Let us break it down for you.

Define your goals

What do you want your advertising to achieve? Every campaign has different goals, whether that is to grow your audience, generate more leads, make more sales or  something else. It’s important to set both short term and long term goals that are financial and non-financial (it isn’t always about the moolah). Our top tip is to use the SMART model when writing goals for your campaign…and keep the number of goals for a campaign to one or two, maximum.

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Write a creative strategy statement

Now use your goals to develop a creative strategy statement. This statement is like a mission statement that outlines how you aim to achieve these goals. It should focus on the reason for the creative strategy, who you are aiming to appeal to and through what creative approach.

Choose your KPIs

Use key performance indicators (KPIs) to track your campaign and check whether you’re on the way to achieving your goal or not. KIPs are dependent on what your goals are. For example, if your goal is to grow your audience, then your KPIs might be increase of social media following and increase of website and/ or foot traffic. If your ad is running on Facebook and Instagram, you will be able to access real-time data about its performance in Ads Manager.

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Determine your target audience and message

Defining your audience is arguably the most important aspect of your strategy because it determines how you will craft your message. The length, tone and delivery of your message will depend on your target audience and their values. Other things to consider is what the content will look like, and where it will appear.

Set your dates

The last step of your creative strategy is to develop a timeline for your campaign. This is usually split into the time spent creating and implementing the strategy, when and how long the campaign will run for, and dates to see results. Timelines helps with the allocation of resources and keeps everyone involved in the project accountable.


With these steps, your will set your business up for a successful campaign that has purpose and will (hopefully) result in the achievement of your goal.

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