Considering doing a case study for LandInsight and wondering what's in it for you?
Well, quite a lot...
Benefits of being a case study
We know that you're busy, so we've made sure completing a case study takes minimal effort for you, while offering the maximum return.
Our in-house creative team will do all the hard work – you just have to tell us your story, sign off on the result and reap the rewards of the publicity.
Show your business (and yourself) in the best possible light:
Get help every step of the way from our expert team
Get your name out to our 11,000+ followers on social media
Develop yourself as a presence in the industry
Receive valuable marketing resources:
Have professional footage of you and your team shot by our in-house media production team (we'll give you the footage to use however you want too)
Share these resources on your socials as promotion
Types of case study
For maximum impact: A video case study
A short video with written content alongside it.
In the video interview, we discuss what your company does, your business values and how LandInsight has helped you achieve your goals. It's the perfect chance to showcase the work you're most proud of.
Time expectations: No more than half a day. This includes some preparatory emails (and maybe a call) with our marketing team, a video shoot at your office and then we will get back to you for final sign off.
We published Nicol & Co's case study in June 2020 and they're still finding value in it, resharing it even years later.
Written case study
A written article with photos focused on your company, your values, and your results with LandInsight.
Time expectations: A few hours. After a virtual interview, our marketing team will write up the article, then send it to you for sign off.
We will also need you to provide some photos for the webpage.
Megan is a Customer Success Manager here at LandTech, tasked with helping people get as much from the platform as possible. When she's not doing that, she's probably reading (100 books in 2020 alone) or dancing with people off the telly (OK, one time, at a wedding).