How to Create a Brief?

Creating a brief for clients is an essential step in the process of developing a successful marketing campaign or project. A brief is a document that outlines the key details of a project, including the goals, target audience, budget, timeline, and any other relevant information. A well-written brief helps to ensure that everyone involved in the project is on the same page and working towards the same goals.

Here are some tips for creating a brief for clients:

Define project goals


The first step in creating a brief is to clearly define the goals of the project. What is the objective of the campaign or project? What do you hope to achieve? Be as specific as possible when outlining the goals. A well created and formulated project goal will provide a concrete description of the projects effects at the impact level, and also provide the link between the project, in other words, projects objective to the overarching goals.

Identify the target audience

Who is the campaign or project targeting? Understanding the demographics, interests, and behaviors of your target audience will help you tailor your messaging and approach. In order to create good relationships with your target audience you must understand their needs, and what is the main reason why they love, or are going to love your brand, product or service.

Set a budget and time frame

It’s important to have a clear understanding of the budget and timeline for the project. This will help you plan and allocate resources appropriately. A project budget is a plan that details how much you’ll spend, for what, and by when. When you create a budget plan in advance and use it to monitor spend throughout your project, you can reduce the likelihood that you’ll run out of resources or go over budget—a common occurrence in many workplaces.


Outline key messages and key performance indicators (KPIs)

What key messages do you want to convey through the campaign or project? What metrics will you use to measure the success of the project? Clearly outlining these details in the brief will help ensure that everyone involved understands the objectives and how success will be measured. KPIs let you “see” the success or failure of specific campaigns and business tactics so you can continually improve and build on those ideas moving forward. In other words, KPIs are accurate and unbiased measures of success.

Specify the results

What specific tasks or outputs are expected from the project? Be as detailed as possible in outlining the deliverables, including any deadlines or milestones. A deliverable is any unique and verifiable product, result, or capability to perform a service that must be produced to complete a process, phase, or project.

Review and revise

Once you have drafted the brief, it’s important to review and revise as needed. Consider getting feedback from other team members or stakeholders to ensure that the brief is clear and accurate.

By following these tips, you can create a comprehensive and effective brief for your clients that will help ensure the success of your marketing campaign or project.