2 Reasons Why Communication Congruency Matters

Email Marketing Simplified with Ashley DeLuca

Tune in on this week’s episode where Ashley talks about Communication Congruency. Today’s episode is dedicated to the business owners, whether they are solopreneurs or a  big corporation, you will find value in setting the tone and the actual words that you use in your emails. Find out how to create authenticity for your brand and be identifiable to anyone through  the everyday words that you use.


In this episode, we dive into: 

  • The Importance Of The Tone And How It Portrays Your Brand
  • Memorable, Relevant Touchpoints
  • How To Avoid Awkward Things That Happen Online


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Be sure to hop over to my Instagram where I dive more into how to create a customer centric business through intentional communication and customer journeys.

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