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Your Campaign Checklist: International Women’s Day 2024

International Womens Day Checklist
Snap Ireland

By following this comprehensive marketing checklist, you can effectively plan, execute, and evaluate a successful Women’s Day campaign. One that resonates with your audience and achieves your business objectives.

Here’s a list of things you need to ensure before you launch you go purple:

  1. Define Campaign Goals: Start your campaign right by setting clear objectives for the Women’s Day campaign. Your objectives can vary based on your business, such as raising awareness, promoting empowerment, or driving sales. Connect your goals with your marketing strategy.
  2. Develop a Compelling Theme: Choose a captivating theme for the campaign that resonates with your audience and aligns with your brand values. Lucky for you, the International Women’s Day campaign is designed by the IWD organisation. This makes the task 50% easier for all marketeers.
  3. Create Engaging Content: This is the best part, put your creative hats on and get thinking. Produce diverse and engaging content, including blog posts, social media updates, videos, and graphics. If you need help, set up a free consultation with the Snap design team and #talktosnap today!
  4. Design Visual Assets: Create visually appealing assets, such as images, brochure design, banner design, signage print and videos, to accompany your campaign content and be loud about it! This is your chance to grab attention. Design content that is true to your business values and resonates with your audience.
  5. Plan Promotional Activities: Identify promotional channels and tactics, such as email marketing, social media advertising, influencer partnerships, event hosting, corporate gifting – the ideas are endless! Promotional activities are impactful when it comes to leaving a lasting impression.
  6. Coordinate Event Planning: Organise a Women’s Day event, such as a panel discussion, workshop, or networking event, to complement your campaign. While you are at it, make sure to get the right banners and flyers that communicate your campaign objectives to your audience. Tip: Add branded corporate gifts for better brand recall. For example, you can get branded tote bags, merchandise or badges that your audience can take home!
  7. Celebrate Success and Recognise Participants: Don’t forget to acknowledge and thank participants, supporters, and contributors for their involvement in the campaign. Giving attendees souvenirs or branded gifts adds a personal touch to your event. Not only that, but it will keep them talking about your brand even when they have left the premises.

By following this concise checklist, you can effectively plan and execute a successful Women’s Day campaign.

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