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Why B2B Companies Should Prioritize Case Studies

Why B2B Companies Should Prioritize Case Studies
A recent report has cited case studies as the most effective content format. Findings from the Content Marketing Benchmarking Report published in B2BMarketing.net reveal that 66 percent of B2B marketers from a sample of 122 say producing case studies are the most effective means of attracting their target audiences. While 32 percent say that case studies are “quite effective,” the number presents no significant counterweight to the majority of B2B marketers that say they are “very effective,” implying that these content forms are highly reliable. And it’s easy to see why. An article from AndersPink.com summarizes the intrinsic value of case studies to companies in their B2B lead generation. Credibility The first thing a case study does is to establish your credibility. Evidence Case studies provide evidence about the effectiveness of your product or solution. Stories Case studies provide a narrative structure with a beginning, a middle and an end. Guides and tips Unique content Reusable content

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