Archives for Measurement and ROI
If your marketing team is not working with a data scientist or at least thinking like one, you’re missing the ability to say “I know” instead of “I think.” The distinction matters to data-driven organizations – and budget approval. Continue reading →
The post Why Marketers Need to Think Like Data Scientists (And How to Do It) appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Vanity metrics are helpful when they’re seen as optimization metrics. They are bellwethers for what your target audience finds valuable on that channel. Learn how to maximize their use and why they should not measure business goals. Continue reading →
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Early success in content marketing may draw attention from other areas of the organization … but not all attention is positive. Consider these risks before your content triumphs turn into liabilities. Continue reading →
The post How to Keep Your Content Marketing Strategy From Getting Hijacked appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Think of a piece of content your team published recently. On a scale of 0 to 100, how would you rate it? And how would your rating help your company? Consider the method that Red Hat devised for scoring content performance.
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Invest in creating a social media strategy tailored to your content goals. And that begins with establishing the right social media KPIs. To help get started, read what the author of Going Social and Getting to Like has to say. Continue reading →
The post How to Establish the Best Social Media KPIs for Your Content Marketing Goals appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
The bad news: If you fail to make an analytics-friendly website design, you won’t get the best analytics insight. The good news: It’s easy to make analytics-friendly design decisions. Here are five tips on how to do it. Continue reading →
The post Designing for Better Analytics: 5 Decisions Web Designers Fail to Make appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Though most marketers say their brand views content as an asset, only a minority have the people and processes in place, according to new research on content management and strategy from the Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading →
The post Marketers: 14 Opportunities to Make Your Content Efforts More Scalable [New Research] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
If you’re not actively measuring your KPI, you’re missing opportunities to improve your business’s bottom line. Carefully selected KPIs also can be a useful reporting metric for marketers wanting to strengthen support for their work. Continue reading →
The post 101+ KPI Options – Why You Need to Pick the Best Ones appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
Yes, a content audit can seem like an overwhelming task, but it is essential to your job as a marketer. Learn what, why, how, and more about how to execute a usable content audit that will make an immediate impact on your marketing. Continue reading →
The post Why a Good Content Audit Is Your Business’s Best Friend appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
If you want to measure the impact of your content marketing on brand awareness, first think about the type of content. Next, think about the most helpful metrics and tools – start with these four measurement areas Continue reading →
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