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Communications Strategist Courses

Communications Strategists are marketing professionals who develop and oversee the organisation’s brand and communications strategy. They carry out market research and then develop a long-term strategic plan for communicating with customers, clients, stakeholders, and the general public.

As a Communications Strategist you could be meeting with the executive team to discuss the long-term goals of the business, analysing customer demographics and the market-share of competitors, writing a detailed report with recommendations for senior management, comparing the uptake of different social media channels, running a customer focus-group to gain important feedback, or presenting the 12-month plan to the marketing department.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do Communications Strategists earn?

Salaries for Communications Strategists in Australia start at $95,000 per annum. You can increase your earning capacity by gaining a Master of Corporate Communication or any marketing-related MBA.

What are the job opportunities for Communications Strategists?

There are no clear figures for Communications Strategists working in Australia right now. These marketing professionals are employed by corporate organisations, SMEs, government agencies, and non-profits across all industries and work sectors. Some Communications Strategists work as independent consultants.

How do I become a Communications Strategist?

Launch your career as a Communications Strategist with a Bachelor of Communications, Bachelor of Business (Marketing Analytics), or Bachelor of Media and Communication (Public Relations). At the same time, you should develop your report writing and analytical skills.

Source: Australian Government Labour Market Insights 2023

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