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Many professional services companies strive to publish a constant stream of high-quality, thought-leading content. To do it consistently is difficult, but some companies are able. How do they do it? Bloom Group partner
Tim Parker explains the six things those companies have that others do not.
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Surveys can play an important role in thought leadership marketing. If they answer questions your clients are pondering, in a field in which you have expertise and provide services, they can create interest, credibility and leads. Also, if the results are novel and believable, journalists will often turn them into stories.
But surveys also are easy to do badly. There are many survey reports that get no traction in the marketplace because they don't say anything that anyone wants to read.