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DIY Communications Audit Chart

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Do-It-Yourself Communications Audit Chart from Weaving Your Marketing Loose Ends into a Tight Plan

Do-It-Yourself Communications Audit Chart from Weaving Your Marketing Loose Ends into a Tight Plan

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  • 1. Do-It-Yourself Communications AuditComplete this form for each of your communications channels (e.g. website, newsletter, press releases, Facebook, event marketing, etc.). You caninclude both qualitative and quantitative judgments (whatever works best for you). Getting input from others – especially your audiences – via surveysor focus groups will improve the usefulness of the audit. Then look at your communications as a whole, and answer these questions:•Do our communications present a unified brand to our supporters across channels?•Do our communications present consistent messages and calls to action to our supporters across channels?•What needs to change in the short-term (next three months) and in the long-term (within a year)?Channel or Tactic Primary Audiences Primary Uses Frequency Content Mix Writing Style and Writing Mechanics (Variety, User- Tone (Voice, (Grammar, Length, Focused, Messages, Personality, Etc.) Calls to Action, Approach, Etc.) Etc.) Microcontent Design (Layout, Visuals (Photos, Branding and Ease of Use (for Other (Headlines, Subject Colors, Typography, Charts, Etc.) Integration Readers and for Considerations Lines, Links, Etc.) (Consistency, Staff) (Channel-specific, Captions, Etc.) Connected, Etc.) or Whats Working and Not)

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