Ashley Brown Communications + Design

Comm n’ Sense is not so common

When engaging your key stakeholders, communication, or comm, has as many definitions as it has practitioners. Sense, is equally amorphous as a great many seem to lack it. New media, channels and platforms emerge every day, adding new tools and tactics to our communications mix, but what is practical and effective for your business? How do you begin to piece it all together?

This is where you need a bit Comm n’ Sense to get the big picture and put you on the right path.

With each post, it is my goal to present you with more than just generic tips and tricks, but to provide valuable communications resources and advice for you to consider and implement for maximum impact. This will be a great forum to get some free advice, so feel free to reply with your experience and suggestions, and let’s keep the exchange going.

As with all things digital, this blog will be a work in progress, and you will see many changes throughout its lifetime. I hope that you will help me bring about those changes with your questions, comments, and constructive criticisms.

I look forward to the conversation.

Ashley Brown, APR

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Ashley Brown, APR

I have seen and done it all, on large and small scales, including communications planning, event coordination, print production, digital presence management, media relations, and more. Bringing in an outside perspective, with an objective set of eyes to pour over your organization's communications programs is considered best practice and yields actionable results. I gather anecdotal and empirical evidence to measure and evaluate the effectiveness of your current communications programs, and make suggestions about how to improve your planning and execution processes, as well as your communications products and materials.

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