Brand Messaging

Every brand needs a voice. Your messaging can inspire and motivate people, making them want to buy your product. Work with unovation to create or improve your brand messaging.

What is Brand messaging?

Brand messaging is the practice that defines how a company will deliver its value proposition and communicate its business values.

The tone of voice is how you want your audience to perceive you. It’s how you speak to them in terms of structure and word choice—for example, if you’re selling something like health insurance or banking products, it may be appropriate to use more formal language, while if you’re selling clothing or makeup products, then it may be appropriate to use more casual language.


The language you use should be something that resonates with your target audience. If they’re mostly young adults who work at large corporations, then it might not make sense for your company’s messaging to have a lot of slang in it because most people won’t understand what those terms mean unless they’ve been around for a while (and even then there could be some confusion).

Why does a business need Brand messaging?

Brands often have multiple audiences that they want to reach out to at once. For example, suppose you are running a startup business that sells online courses on coding skills. In that case, your customers will be developers looking to improve their knowledge through online courses. However, there may also be other audiences, such as employers looking for new employees with these skills or parents who want their children to learn coding from an early age to prepare for college or university later on down the road!


To cater for all these different types of people (and more), you’ll need clear messaging about what makes your business unique compared to competitors in your industry space; how it provides value through its offerings; why those offerings make sense for each different type of person who might want them.

How do we create Brand messaging?

  • Identifying your audiences
  • Look for references
  • Observe market trends
  • Have a value proposition
  • Define terms that will be used
  • Define your brand’s tone of voice
  • Establish communication guidelines