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Top thought leadership trends to watch in 2021

Posted by: Rob Mitchell

From embracing empathy and borrowing from newsrooms to halo-effect content and influencing with authenticity, here are the trends in thought leadership that we expect to see in 2021.…

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Great expectations: Thought leadership, meet AI

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Posted by: Peter Elkins

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Posted by: Emma Hicks

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Posted by: Desislava Kozareva

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Posted by: Thomas Sturge

Major political topics – Brexit, the US Presidential election, the Covid-19 response – as well as the broader political issues such…

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Posted by: Rob Mitchell

It is tempting to produce zeitgeisty thought leadership that provokes discussion about emerging topics, but what is it all for…

False starts: How to avoid a lead gen fail

Posted by: Rob Mitchell

Lead generation is an important objective for many thought leadership campaigns. Produce some compelling content, so the theory goes, and…

Webinar Q&A: Get thought leadership right in a time of change

Posted by: Emily Taylor Gregory

For our recent webinar series, The Way Ahead, Longitude co-founders Rob Mitchell and Gareth Lofthouse shared insight on why…

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