As a writer, I’ve worked on both sides on the fence. I’ve interviewed and been interviewed for both business and technical writing positions. Let’s say you’re planning to hire someone as a writer. What should you be looking for? You can break it down into three areas: Writing skills – have they writing samples, a […]
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What’s the hardest thing about writing a case study? What I’ve seen is that, while the writing is easy, those involved in the writing process often don’t know what’s required of them. They want to help, but how? For example, the technical guys may not be able to explain the technicalities to the business analyst, […]
Marketing is about credibility. The more people trust your brand, the more likely they’ll buy your products. Seems true, right? One way to increase the credibility of your marketing is to let satisfied customers ‘promote’ your products for you. Case studies are ideal for this. You can use them as stand-alone advertising tools or embed them into your media kit to increase their lead-generating power.
This is part one of a ten-part series on how to profit from case study writing. Let’s start! Brochures and other promotional materials have their place in the sales process, but for building relationships that win the hearts and minds of prospects, try case studies – they are much more effective because they offer quantifiable […]
In this tutorial, we look at how to write a case study analysis. To do this, we need to look at the four parts that hold the case study together. Once you have grasped how to structure your case study, you are then in a better position to refine this document and make the sections flow […]