Long-form content

Long-form content

Long-form content is still the foundation of many great thought leadership campaigns. In our research, almost a third of C-suite executives cite the long-form research-based report as one of their preferred content formats. We have deep expertise and over a decade’s experience in shaping attention-grabbing, authoritative, insightful long-form editorial.  

The benefits of long-form content

Long-form content:

  • Positions you as a brand that adds value through deep insight and analysis
  • Earns the audience’s trust and reinforces credibility, which maximises PR impact
  • Initiates and supports sales conversations with clients and prospects
  • Increases shareability – long-form content is shared significantly more than short-form
  • Boosts SEO rankings and increases your organic search traffic.

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Long-form report design

Our expert in-house design team can provide professionally designed reports that make reading your thought leadership a pleasure, with a clear structure, compelling charts and perfectly crafted layouts with optimum user experience in mind. Click here for more details.

  • Created in your brand
  • In-depth reporting
  • Clear and precise page design
  • Custom-designed static charts
  • Strong typography and imagery
  • Optimised for print and digital

Philip Morris International’s insights on self-disruption in business is written and presented clearly and aesthetically, with care taken to blend the brand with simple user experience. Click here to explore

Axa’s annual Future Risks is a high-profile report designed with on-brand photography and researched data at it’s core. Click here more to explore

Protolabs’ flagship report into the automotive industry, Horizon Shift, sheds light on accelerating disruption in the industry, and combines a simple whitepaper design with bold brand colours and data. Click here to explore more

A survey of FT readers and expert editorial insight fuelled a unique report on marketing intelligence, presented in a clear report design with simple and effective information design.

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