Building thought leadership through research

Building thought leadership through research


Highly automated companies are 6 times more likely to experience revenue growth of 15%+

Today’s State of Work Study for ServiceNow


ORLANDO – May 9, 2017  –

– ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW) today released the results of a new report,  Today’s State of Work: At the Breaking Point ,” revealing that a majority of organizations have introduced advanced automation in their workplace, and nearly half of executives surveyed say that they’ll require it more broadly by 2018 to cope with rising work volumes. The survey, conducted by Lawless Research, Inc., indicated that adding machines to everyday work drives revenue growth, creates new job opportunities and connects employees back to the work they want to do.





6 Ways Thought Leadership Will Take Your Marketing to New Levels:  Thought leadership is more than an article, a book, a speaking gig, or an award: It’s truly leading a space in thought and serving as a resource for others in your area.

  1. Reputation Management
  2. Public Relations
  3. Content Marketing
  4. Lead Generation and Sales Conversions
  5. Social Media
  6. SEO

Our Clients Include:

make informed decisions

Establish Thought Leadership.

What trends are emerging?

What information can we gather to demonstrate our expertise and knowledge?

What fresh content can we include in our content and social marketing?

How can we reach new audiences?


Who knows about us and what do they think about us?

How would they rate us compared to our competition?


Grow Your business.

How do we grow our business?

What markets have the highest potential?

Where should we expand?

Identify Target Markets.

Who is most likely to buy and recommend our products?

What are their characteristics and how do we reach them?

What are their top concerns when purchasing?

How do we effectively message to them?

What channels should we invest in?

Design & price Products.

What needs are unmet in the market?

What direction should our product roadmap take?

What features and functions are most valued?

Will the market like—and buy—our new product?

What is the best name for the product?

How should it be packaged and marketed?


How can we most effectively spend our marketing dollars?

How do we increase the number of qualified leads?

What ads are most likely to attract attention and increase sales?

What messaging should we use online, in email campaigns, and in social media?


What do our customers think of us?

What areas do we need to improve to retain our customers?

Who are our advocates and how do we foster a closer relationship with them?