Thought Leadership


How to develop a B2B thought leadership strategy

How to develop a B2B thought leadership strategy

How to develop a B2B thought leadership strategy

A thought leadership strategy requires three things:

  1. A subject matter expert who is articulate, informed and engaging, and unphased by public speaking.
  2. A well-researched opinion on a relevant, challenging issue and a clear understanding of potential solutions, underpinned by evidence. All of which is captured in a single, regularly updated, central document.
  3. A multimedia marketing schedule to launch, promote and give sustained visibility to the perspective, via written, verbal and video platforms, designed to get the thought leadership in front of the target community.

What is thought leadership?

In its simplest form, thought leadership is clearly articulated and informed insight from an expert which contributes to, or advances, a debate or understanding of an issue. That insight can be delivered in any format – written or verbal – through a white paper, article, speech, film, or media interview.

Thought leadership is usually issue-led and often relates to a complex subject matter.  This means it is most often associated with B2B, technical or ethical conversations.

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What role does a thought leadership strategy play in Public Relations (PR)?

Your thought leadership strategy plays a critical role in PR. At its best, should provide insight that moves a debate forward, while positioning the expert as visionary, knowledgeable and trustworthy.  Since PR is – the proactive management of information that educates, informs and persuades to advance the interests of the business –  your thought leadership should be an integral part of your PR and marketing communication strategy.

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Can anyone be a thought leader?

Yes, anyone can be a thought leader if they are equipped with the relevant knowledge, insight, and communication skillset. 

A poor communicator, however, will never become a thought leader.  A thought leader is inspirational.  If someone is not passionate about their subject or finds the limelight distressing, they are less likely to evolve into an effective thought leader – no matter how much coaching you give them. On balance, a thought leader’s subject matter passion will outweigh their fear of the limelight.

It is always worth keeping in mind that thought leadership is an accolade which is earned and awarded by peers and the addressable community – it is not a title that can be acquired lightly.

How do you identify a thought leader?

You can identify a thought leader through four crucial characteristcs:

  1. They will be subject matter experts – search for #IdeasIntoGrowth on LinkedIn posts
  2. They will be eloquent and authentic – their message is clear and easy to understand by the target community – consider Simon Sinek.
  3. They will communicate with tenacity and persistence – consider Arianna Huffington.
  4. They will share their expertise with genuine actionable insight, both freely and enthusiastically.

Examples of outstanding but very different thought leaders include Steven Bartlett the 27 year old CEO of one of the UK’s fastest growing companies, called Social Chain; Arianna Huffington an author, philanthropist, television personality and owner of the independently liberal online news magazine, ‘The Huffington Post and, of course, the teenager everyone loves to hate Greta Thunberg, the articulate environmental activist who is internationally known for challenging world leaders to take immediate action for climate change mitigation.

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‘What is the difference between a thought leader and a social media influencer?

The main difference between a thought leader and a social media influencer lies in their perceived ‘celebrity’. Thought leaders tend to be in the B2B domain where the sums of money involved, and duration of the buying cycle require careful governance and enduring relationships.  A thought leader may be paid a salary or a speaker fee, but they cannot be a thought leader without thoroughly knowing their subject matter and having an authentic message.  Thought leaders will be active on social media, but generally they need ‘long form’ engagement platforms because their subject matter requires it.

According to Influencer Marketing Hub: “Influencers in social media are people who have built a reputation for their knowledge and expertise on a specific topic. They make regular posts about that topic on their preferred social media channels and generate large followings of enthusiastic, engaged people who pay close attention to their views.” They are valued by brands, usually consumer, because they can create trends and encourage their followers to buy products they promote.

Thought leaders are respected for their depth of knowledge while Influencers are generally admired for their celebrity.

Can one insightful article be thought leadership?

Yes, but one piece of thought leadership will not make the author a thought leader.  You need more than a message – you need a strategy, you need to be consistent, and you need to ensure your message is heard – repeatedly – or you will fail to make the impact your message deserves.

What is the difference between thought leadership and content?

The main difference between thought leadership and content is its perceived independence. Thought leadership will focus on issues – why they exist, where they come from and what their impact is on the community, business, and individuals.

Well-crafted thought leadership will explore a variety of possible solutions and provide a thorough critique of the pros and cons of the different ways of addressing a problem. There may be some preferences expressed but well-practiced thought leaders will lead the audience to water and let them work out if they are thirsty or not!

Any piece of communication which focuses on a business, it’s method or solutions is unlikely to be thought leadership.  This type of content, which talks about your brand’s features, is sales.

What is the value of thought leadership to business?

The value of thought leadership to business lies in the authority and credibilty it attaches to the speaker and the company they represent. To build trust with prospective customers, you need to show them that you are an expert in helping to address their problem.  When someone is struggling with something in business, the last thing they want to hear is a sales pitch. They want a respectful arm around their shoulders and to be told their problem is not insurmountable, there are many ways to solve their problem and you can offer them insight about all those solutions, so that they can make the best choice. This is what thought leadership provides – a platform upon which you can show off the depth and range of your understanding of their pain and how to remove it.  Thought leadership is about building trust.

What are the nine benefits of a thought leadership strategy?

There are many benefits to an effective thought leadership strategy.  Blaire Nicole writes on SocialMediaToday that there are five key benefits to thought leadership, but we think the list is more extensive, including:

1 Heightened competitive advantage

A clear position on a relevant critical issue that your community is wrestling with makes you stand out. This makes you worth engaging with to discover what you know as part of their due diligence.

2 Enhanced desire for business partnership

The fact that you have a clear view on ‘all possible’ solutions and their strengths and weaknesses, will make you a critical partner who can help them make the best decision for them.

3 Increased trust amongst your stakeholders

Sharing your expertise in an objective and informed way, underpinned by evidence, will increase your trust quotient. In B2B, your trust quotient is a critical factor in decision making and is made up of how you are perceived in terms of credibility, reliability, and assurance.

4 Greater brand awareness

The process of driving visibility for your spokesperson and the platforms they will deliver their talks and presentations from will give your brand heightened visibility.

5 Improved audience engagement

If you have selected the right issue and maintained stoic objectivity, thought leadership is the most effective way of filling your sales funnel – it is the air of independence which is so compelling.

6 Purpose-led content

‘Content’ and ‘purpose’: two buzzwords of our time which have all but lost their meaning – which is somewhat ironic. Thought leadership gives direction and meaning to your earned (editorial) and owned (web and blogs) media. You can use the structure of the thought leadership debate as inspiration to guide and inform all your marketing communications.

7 Higher perceived value

A business on a mission with clarity of purpose and the insight and evidence to back it up, has more perceived value than a business simply selling nuts and bolts.

8 Morale/loyalty

Customers, business partners, advisors and employees will experience the ‘feel good’ halo effect of having a recognised thought leader in their midst.

9 Brand differentiation

The impact of #1-8 in a crowded market – you do the maths! 🙌😁

Why does your company need a thought leadership strategy?

Your company needs a thought leadership strategy if it aspires to having a competitive advantage and is looking to release the potential of their brand. There are few companies that would admit they wouldn’t want to have access to all the benefits described above.  Anything worth having requires work, commitment, and an objective-led plan.  Having a plan is the optimum way of ensuring you achieve your goal.  If you do not have a strategy to become a thought leader, it is unlikely that you will ever achieve that status.

What are the five pillars of a thought leadership strategy?

The five pillars of a thought leadership strategy which you need to consider to ensure it is focused and  relevant are:

  1. Who are you speaking to? You should be able to visualise the typical member of the audience.
  2. What problem of theirs you can solve? This needs to be something that they are unable to solve on their own, they will be looking for possible solutions.
  3. What options are available to your target audience? Demonstrate a respectful and honest understanding of the pros and cons of those solutions.
  4. Where does your audience go for their information? You will need to tailor your thought leadership to these channels to access and engage your audience.
  5. Who has the expertise, charisma, and desire to be a thought leader in the target community?

What are thought leadership activities?

You need to create a waterfall of thought leadership activities which deliver, reinforce, and clarify your thought leader’s position and provide in-person opportunities for the target audience to engage, question and experience.  These will include:

  1. Whitepapers
  2. Roundtables
  3. Speaker platforms
  4. Webinars
  5. Editorial articles
  6. Guest blogs
  7. Media event/Q&A
  8. Podcasts

How do you measure the success of a thought leadership strategy?

1 Share of voice in target media

Calculate how often your opinion is mentioned in target media compared with your top three or four competitors.

2 Track the data

Is the white paper being downloaded? Are people signing up to listen to and engage with your thought leader? What are the trends? Use feedback to enable your thought leader to update, refine and even refocus the core message.

3 Engagement amongst target groups

Track social reach and engagement through LinkedIn.

4 No longer the warm-up act

Your thought leader is the key attraction at an event. They are invited to talk and referenced in promotional material as the reason to attend. You no longer pay for the opportunity to present to the audience – your thought leader is the reason the audience is present.

Thinking seriously about a thought leadership strategy for your B2B business?

To start forming your thought leadership strategy, reach out to our specialists today. And if you’ve found this article valuable, and you want to learn more about thought leadership, download our PR guide for business leaders “How to Become a Thought Leader”; read how EC-PR helped position Socura executives as thought leaders in the cybersecurity market; and print out this infographic: “10 Principles for a Successful B2B Thought Leadership Strategy”.

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Blu Wireless Tech PR Case Study

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How EC-PR built brand visibility in key target markets for Blu Wireless and achieved #1 Share of Voice in the UK amongst competitors

Context

Blu Wireless is disrupting the market with ultra-fast and seamless 5G mmWave solutions engineered for emerging connectivity needs – from smart city networks to connected vehicles and high-speed transport. Blu Wireless works with integrators, manufacturers and service providers to deliver the superior reliability and speeds of connectivity needed for the data-intensive applications of the future.

Challenge

Blu Wireless’ awareness in its key market segments was varied. In high-speed transport, it had a relatively high level of recognition but wanted to build strong thought leadership in key target publications. In other key target markets, such as defence, the brand needed visibility and wanted to gain recognition for their expertise in this field.

Approach

EC-PR proposed a 12-month media campaign titled ‘Leading with intent’ aimed at ensuring Blu Wireless becomes visible, valued and understood amongst its target customers (C-suite executives and technical experts such as Senior Engineers) across three core segments – public safety/smart cities, defence and high-speed transport, in both the UK and USA. The main objectives of the campaign were to increase brand visibility through thought leadership and establish a dominant share of voice on key messages.

The campaign was centred around a highly targeted proactive media outreach. This was underpinned by strong customer proof points/case studies, partnerships (Blu Wireless’ collaboration with Liverpool 5G Create), thought leadership content (an insight paper) and carefully crafted media narratives that highlighted the disruptive effect of mmWave technology on the future of the three vertical markets and the pioneering expertise that Blu Wireless could offer. 

OUTCOME

Within a year, Blu Wireless achieved #1 Share of Voice (61%) in the UK among its key competitors, with the next best competitor recording just 16% of the UK Share of Voice. The campaign generated tier 1 press coverage in key verticals, particularly in transport and defence-focused publications, such as Global Railway Review and European Security & Defence.

Blu Wireless’ partnership with the Liverpool 5G Project has also garnered a steady stream of coverage in key IT and telecoms publications, such as Computer Weekly, Government Computing, and UK 5G Innovation Briefing.

The ‘Public Safety Beyond Covid-19’ insight paper featured contributions from five authors, notably from the University of Liverpool/Liverpool 5G Create Project Lead and Connectivity Technologies Ecosystems Manager at Facebook, helping cement Blu Wireless’ authority and visibility in the 5G space.

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EC-PR has become our strategic communications partner that delivers not just robust advice but also challenges us as a business. Their ability to create outstanding thought leadership is complemented with a highly professional, tenacious and transparent approach to campaign delivery.

Ciara Barron

Head of Brand and Communications, Blu Wireless

EC-PR’s in-depth understanding of the telecoms and transport industries has strengthened our thought leadership in these markets. What was particularly valuable to us was EC-PR’s strategic recommendation onto how to build awareness in the defence sector where we have started to see some positive results.

Mark Barrett

Chief Marketing Officer, Blu Wireless

Results

#1

Share of Voice in the UK against its key competitors

61%

Share of Voice compared to its nearest competitor who recorded 16%

Tier 1

Press coverage, such as Global Railway Review and European Security & Defence

Share of Voice in the UK against its key competitors

Share of Voice compared to its nearest competitor who recorded 16%

Press coverage, such as Global Railway Review and European Security & Defence

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Socura Cybersecurity PR Case Study

Socura Cybersecurity PR Case Study

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How EC-PR transformed the Socura proposition into a compelling media narrative, delivered outstanding thought leadership and valuable marketing outcomes.

Context

Socura offers a Threat Detection and Response managed service, often referred to as MDR. The service acts as an extension of clients’ in-house capability and is operated by a team of highly experienced security experts. Socura’s analysts work in partnership with the customer to detect and defend against cyber threats.

Challenge

Socura was a new entrant to the highly competitive cybersecurity market looking to establish its share of voice and make its brand visible, valued and understood amongst target customers.

approach

EC-PR proposed a comprehensive PR launch programme that spanned the development of a Brilliant Ideas Bank – a repository of engaging ideas for thought leadership and comment, and an insight paper titled ‘Cyber Security in a Post-Pandemic World’, providing the business with an ‘in’ to discuss with the media and provide the brand with relevance.

The launch campaign also consisted of a highly targeted proactive media outreach that was looking to secure thought leadership article placements, media interviews and brand mentions in cybersecurity and health and care press – two key sectors for Socura.

OUTCOME

The Socura insight paper launch had an immediate and powerful impact on the brand’s share of voice and visibility, including SEO rankings. Coverage in tier 1 tech publications such as Information Age and PCR was accompanied by influencer recognition on social media by the likes of Lisa Forte, a high-profile UK cybersecurity influencer.

The campaign continued with a steady stream of high-quality article placements, including in CISO Mag, Infosecurity Magazine, HealthTech Digital and Tech Native, firmly positioning Socura as a cybersecurity thought leader with a strong focus on health and care.  

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EC-PR’s in-depth understanding of the cybersecurity industry has helped secure internal buy-in among our key executives and position them as thought leaders in the market. EC-PR’s strategic counsel has added great value to our PR function and empowered us to become more strategic in our approach to communications.

Andrew Kays

CEO, Socura

We have been totally sold on the value of PR. EC-PR’s expertise, dedication and the ability to transform our proposition into a compelling media narrative has not just built the foundations for our brand awareness and delivered outstanding thought leadership but also generated additional marketing outcomes, such as propelling forward our SEO ranking and social media engagement.

Anna Bancroft

Marketing Manager, Socura

Results

Visits to the
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Web-page engagement increased by

Engagement rate per session increased by

Visits to the
Socura website
increased by

32%

Web-page engagement increased by

54%

Engagement rate per session increased by

89%

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‘Shining a Light’ on Pacer Optoelectronics

‘Shining a Light’ on Pacer Optoelectronics

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‘Shining a light’ on complex tech

Pacer case study: Shining a light on complex tech

BACKGROUND

For the past 30 years, Pacer has been the optoelectronics partner of choice for its OEM customers seeking specialist knowledge. Light is the theme that links all its customers – whether in the medical, military, commercial, industrial or security sectors.

Problem

Pacer’s Marketing Communications Manager, Wendy Vinson, believed that the business was missing out on opportunities to showcase its technical prowess and reinforce its leadership status through bespoke thought leadership but with limited resources, external support was needed.

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SOLUTION

EC-PR designed and delivered a focused thought leadership programme that would help to not only shine a light on the unique optoelectronic expertise Pacer delivers to its customers, but provide the business development team with engaging and insightful material to open doors to new business.  The campaign included development of a brilliant ideas bank and thought leadership articles – all of which were placed, guaranteeing coverage.

 

Outcome

“What attracted me to EC-PR, particularly Lorraine and Liz, was their absolute conviction in delivering results.  Its 100% track record in placing feature articles came to the fore within this campaign, giving me complete confidence in their approach and ability to deliver.  The programme has ignited significant interest within the business in the importance of media engagement and I’m looking forward to continuing the good work with EC-PR.”

Wendy Vinson

Marketing Communications Manager, Pacer

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10 Business Benefits of B2B PR

10 Business Benefits of B2B PR

10 Business Benefits of B2B PR

One of the key questions we often hear is along the lines of “Why do I need to do PR?” or “What will PR do for my business?” and the reality is that there are so many benefits of PR, the list is endless, but we want to focus on the main PR benefits and so we’ve highlighted the top 10 reasons your brand should have a PR strategy.

Depending on what stage of maturity your company has reached, you’ll have different business challenges, priorities, and drivers.  PR can be used to help you address a wide range of specific business  and marketing objectives.

Always aligned to your company’s vision, mission and goals, PR is ever present and supremely agile.

Here are our 10 key reasons why your company should do PR as part of your comms plan.

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How your business will benefit from PR

Enhanced lead generation:

PR complements your marketing initiatives by showcasing your successes in editorial case studies. It keeps you visible as prospects move through the buying cycle and into the sales funnel. And, PR provides the added benefit of providing independent third-party endorsement.

Improved stakeholder insight:

The process of developing your communication strategy and PR outreach brings you closer to your customers.  Engaging with customers to understand their buying methodology and rationale to develop articles provides valuable, actionable insight into customer behaviour.

Compelling messaging:

Effective PR requires relevant messaging at each stage of the buying cycle.  The strength of the messaging is evaluated against the quality of the supporting evidence and relevance to your target audience.

Re-energised staff:

Targeted PR which is integrated with change programmes can mobilise workforces by giving them a sense of purpose, community, and boost in morale.

"We are clearly differentiated, more engaged and showing the best version of ourselves to the world"

Clarity of purpose:

In order to be effective, PR needs clearly defined SMART goals.  The process of developing and executing these goals results in clarity of vision, purpose, and communications.

Invigorated sales team:

B2B PR will help build the morale of sales teams.  Seeing your brand receiving recognition in the media through press coverage for new business wins etc., instils pride and purpose.

Crisis mitigation:

A strong brand promotes loyalty which can help a brand survive a challenging trading environment. Crisis planning conducted during ‘business as usual’, will help you to identify potential areas of weakness which you can redress before any crisis hits. 

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Thought Leadership:

Every business has something unique about it or it would never have been brought into existence.  Someone somewhere thought there was a gap in the market your company could fill. PR will help you harness your thought leadership with insight that informs, inspires, challenges, and engages your target audience.

Brand Awareness:

PR builds a compelling relationship between your brand and your target audience – before your audience even enters the buying cycle. The key principles of any good PR strategy are to make you visible, valued and understood; delivered as part of a comprehensive communication strategy to drive consistency and impact. The outcome of which will provide you with a densely populated top of funnel.

Increased Impact:

By integrating your PR across all your marketing communications, you leverage your investment and increase impact. Every message delivered becomes a building block, creating layer upon layer of customer engagement, making the whole worth much more than the sum of its parts, in one cohesive, compelling brand.

So, we can see that there are many powerful and persuasive reasons to do PR –  especially when you consider that whether you choose to act or not, your reputation still exists out there in the market. Your job is to decide if you want to manage and cultivate your reputation, or leave it to chance.

So, when you ask yourself: ‘why do I need PR’ or ‘Is PR important’ follow it up with the question: ‘Does my company reputation matter?’. Your answer will tell you all you need to know.

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Think Thought Leadership is too time consuming? Let a technical author do the hard work for you

Think Thought Leadership is too time consuming? Let a technical author do the hard work for you

Think Thought Leadership is too time consuming? Let a technical author do the hard work for you

Are you one of the 90% of marketers whose top marketing priorities is brand awareness?

If so, then a thought leadership strategy is probably not far from your thoughts. It’s one of the most effective ways you can set about securing share of mind, promoting your brand’s authority, and attracting valuable sales leads into the top of your sales funnel.

Can’t find the right time to do thought leadership? A technical author can help…

If your company is successful, then your experts are probably busy working on client business and if your business is going through a difficult period, then your specialists are probably focussed on working to generate new contracts. Thought leadership needs expert input, so to you, this may feel like a catch-22 and a game you simply can’t win. This is where a technical author can step in and do the hard work and heavy lifting for you.

What is a technical author?

A technical author is an expert in writing. They may be an independent freelance journalist or an employee of a tech PR agency; but they are someone who has the skills and experience to investigate, draft and finalise thought leadership on your behalf. They will have spent years fine-tuning their interview and writing skills.  And, while they do require a brief and some input from your subject matter expert, they do not require hours of hand-holding and the material they produce usually requires very minimal editing.

Pros & cons of a freelance technical author

A journalist in the role of a technical author will be highly objective in their approach. This means it’s essential you provide a detailed brief in terms of your key messages and expectation for the white paper or article. A journalist is trained to seek out the most interesting angle and their skills are in story telling – not brand building or reputation management. Providing you keep your brief tight, this should not create problems and you should reap the rewards of insightful, compelling thought leadership, positioning you as the leading experts within your industry.

Initially, a freelance writer is likely to cost less than an agency, and they have the added benefit that you can commission them on a freelance, piecemeal basis. However, a technical journalist will rarely conduct media relations on your behalf, so you will need to arrange to place your thought leadership articles in the press separately – or you can employ a PR agency to do this for you.

Pros & cons of a tech PR agency

A tech PR agency can provide you with a comprehensive service, including technical authorship and placement of the thought leadership in relevant publications, but of course the costs are higher. The ideal approach to your technical thought leadership, assuming it’s an article based on expert insight, not an original piece of research is as follows:

  • Develop an ideas bank of potential thought leadership angles
  • Agree which target audience you are prioritising
  • Document overarching messages and key messages
  • Identify the subject matter expert
  • Develop your angle into an article synopsis
  • Conduct media relations to place thought leadership
  • Placed in the media, conduct an interview with your subject matter expert
  • Draft article and submit for sign off
  • Source supporting imagery, graphics etc
  • Submit for publication.
Once placed, your thought leadership should be optimized across media channels before conducting your evaluation. All of this should take very little of your time because the heavy lifting and time-consuming tasks are shouldered by the agency.

So, you see, it’s perfectly possible to undertake a Thought Leadership strategy even when your experts are very busy bees. You have various options that deliver phenomenal results, you just need to decide what factors are most important to you and what resources you can commit to securing this valuable, brand building asset to your company.

At EC-PR we are passionate about B2B communication. We believe your work is amazing and we want to help you tell the world how extraordinary it is. Get in touch.

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