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Myths about Email Marketing

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A plethora of email marketers have different notions about emails, which are incorrect and busting these myths is essential. The email marketing industry is continuously evolving and so are the speculations of what works best in this industry. Some of the myths about the email marketing world...


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8 Big Tests You Should Run in Your Email Marketing Program

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Sometimes the big changes are the ones that make the most difference. Here are significant adjustments you can make to your email campaigns to drive results.

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To improve ROI, you should be testing your email marketing format, structure, time of day, content types and more.  Learn the specifics here.

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Top 12 Best Digital Marketing Tools For 2015

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Did you ever get the feeling that your days could be "so much easier" -- if you only had the right tools? We reveal the top online marketing tools for 2015.

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6 Ways to Improve Your Facebook Page Results |

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Are your Facebook posts optimized? In this article you'll discover 6 ways to optimize your Facebook posting tactics.

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Top 7 Best WordPress SEO Plugins Of 2015

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Are you searching for best WordPress SEO Plugins of 2015? Here is a fresh list of most trusted WordPress SEO Plugins in the year 2015.

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Why Engagement DOES Matter As A Social Media Metric

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In the world of social media marketing metrics, the doctors are giving out new diagnoses – and the news isn’t good for some of the patients.

For example, the follower count’s rosy cheeks and cheerful demeanor apparently were hiding rampant disease. The new diagnosis: Follower counts in and of themselves are poor indicators of social media effectiveness.

And now, another star patient is being called in for a second opinion: engagement metrics.

One “doctor” to speak out and not sugarcoat the news is journalist Matt Kapko in his post, “Social Media Engagement Is Dead.”

Of course, Kapko doesn’t really think engagement is dead. His post makes clear he actually believes that social media engagement as a useful metric of effectiveness is dead. I think he’s right on one level, but also misses the larger and more important story that engagement numbers can tell.

How Much Fail Is There In Social Engagement Metrics?

Let me start by agreeing with Matt in that focusing on engagement metrics as an end in themselvesindeed provides little value. Just as with big follower numbers, getting lots of likes and retweets and +1s and reblogs is no indication that your social media campaigns are providing real value to your business.

 

However, does it follow that such metrics are complete failures – without value – that tell businesses nothing useful?

Kapko cites two reports that are extremely critical of the utility of engagement metrics.

Social Engagement Doesn’t Equate With Direct Sales Or Loyalty

In a Forrester Research blog post, analyst Nate Elliott remarks, “We’ve spoken with scores of social vendors who measure engagement, and none has proven if — or how strongly — engagement correlates to business success metrics like loyalty or sales.”

Unfortunately, Elliott gives us no further details about the content of those conversations with “social vendors.” For example, I’d want to know for what sort of correlation where they looking? If it was direct sales (i.e., someone sees a social media post, clicks through, and immediately buys), I dealt with that as a fallacious expectation for social media marketing in my previous Marketing Land column.

I will admit that “loyalty” is probably impossible to measure via social media since we can’t track individual customers in relationships to their individual social accounts and activities.

In a fascinating contrast to Elliott’s conclusions, though, is a study by Socialbakers which shows thatthe amount of social interactions on a brand’s social media posts correlates with the number of visits to the brand’s website. In other words, when social interactions are high, visits to the corresponding websites tend to go up as well. It appears that when social media users are most engaged with a brand, they are also more likely to visit the brand’s site.

Chart courtesy of Socialbakers

Now, that’s a different value from what the Forrester research measured, but as I will argue below, one not unrelated to business goals such as sales and customer retention.

Social Engagement May Not Predict Customer Behavior

Kapko also cites a Vision Critical report comparing the shopping habits of “social media enthusiasts” with those of “regular customers” of three major brands. The report states that enthusiasts account for 85% of social media updates, but they make up only 29% of the audience of the studied brands.

Furthermore, they found that the shopping habits of the enthusiasts differed markedly from those they designated as “dabblers” and “lurkers.”

Vision Critical concluded that businesses will get a skewed view of customer buying habits if they rely on  social metrics.

While I think there is valuable information in the report, I have some critiques:

Enthusiastic About What? You have to dig deep in the report to find out that by “social media updates,” the study was not looking at direct engagements with the social content of the brands, but rather all of the social activities of the studied users. In other words, the “enthusiasts” were not brand enthusiasts (necessarily) but social media enthusiasts. Nowhere did the study evaluate people in terms of their engagement with the brands themselves. So this isn’t actually an engagement metrics study! Free Samples, Anyone? The report also ignores the possible value of a representative sample. Sure not all your social media followers will engage with your brand, but any statistician or pollster will tell you that you don’t need everyone, just a good enough sample. And since the study showed that the “enthusiasts” actually purchase more and spend more, why not analyze them as a sampling of your best customers? (Aren’t those the ones you most want to please?)Apples & Oranges. This study was limited to evaluating purchasing patterns of various social media users. It did not attempt to correlate to any other possible value they might have to the brand.

Summing up this section, I think the reports linked by Kapko do tell us, to some extent, what social media engagement is not good for in terms of real business goals. However, it is questionable whether those studies were actually reporting on correlations directly from actual engagements. 

Furthermore, such arguments can at best support that engagement metrics are not valuable for some objectives. However, it does not follow therefore that they have no value at all.

So What Are Social Engagement Metrics Good For?

Despite the shortcomings in some aspects of the studies I mentioned above, I remain in agreement that social media engagement numbers have little to no value as direct indicators of important business goals such as sales and customer loyalty.

Does that mean that engagement metrics are “dead” as Matt Kupko and others allege? Are they without any value and safe to ignore?

 

My evaluation is that while it is a mistake to make engagement the focus of a business’s evaluation of social media effectiveness, such metrics do have important stories to tell, and a brand ignores them at the peril of significant loss of information.

While engagement metrics may not be the best predictors of many business goals, at this point they are our most complete social media metric. So instead of throwing the baby out with the bathwater, I think it’s better to think seriously about what engagement metrics can tell us rather than what they don’t.

So what are some valuable uses of social media engagement metrics?

1. Evaluating Content Or Campaign Effectiveness

Sure, we ultimately want any business social media campaign to result in more business, but there are always steps along the journey to that goal. If your business is investing in content and social marketing, one of the first things you want to know is whether anyone cares about your content and social posts.

Engagement Can Be A First Clue. Gauge what content and which types of social media posts most resonate with your audience. At a simplistic (but still useful first-glance) level, content or posts getting more engagement are probably best hitting the mark with your audience. Of course, you shouldn’t stop there.

Drill Down Further On Your Most Popular Content. Try to identify common patterns and also take a look at which followers are engaging most with your posts. That’s useful not only for identifying influencers and chief fans, but for analysis of the type of person for whom your content “clicks.”

If you want to go further in your content analysis, you might want to create something like Moz’s One Metric. Their One Metric is a formula that combines data from Google Analytics (overall traffic to the page), on-page engagement (number of comments and thumbs-ups), and social shares into one score.

Evaluate The Type Of Reengagement. This is also important, as not all engagement is created equal. One-click engagements such as a Facebook Like or a Google+ +1 probably don’t do much to increase the reach of a post. That’s especially true on Facebook now, although a Google+ +1 actually can increase the reach of a post under the right circumstances.

A reshare or retweet of a post is a more important engagement, as it potentially puts your post in front of many more eyeballs.

Of course, engagement numbers can also be a first step in evaluating which social networks are worth more or less of your time.

The point here is to use the levels of engagement with your social media posts as a first clue toward what is working with your audience, then dig deeper.

2. Indirect SEO Value

The Socialbakers study cited above is not alone in finding a strong correlation between levels of social engagement and traffic driven to a site. Various reports such as the extensive Searchmetrics Search Ranking Factors study show sites whose content has high levels of social engagement also tend to have higher levels of organic traffic.

With the old adage that “correlation does not mean causation” in mind, we would be right to be cautious in concluding that high social engagement causes better organic search results. In fact, it is highly unlikely that it does.

So why the consistent correlation? There are at least two likely causes:

Sites that drive more social engagement are sites that have the kind of content that is more likely to earn signals that we know affect SEO, such as links.Higher social engagement can drive larger exposure for your content, leading to more discovery by valuable, relevant sites that may link to it.

It’s the latter cause that is most important to us in this discussion. If you’re looking to earn more links for your content to increase search rankings, increased exposure of your content through social media is one means.

So watch your analytics to see if rising social reach correlates with rising organic search traffic for your site. If it does, then drill deeper to find out which networks are best corresponding to that increase. If your social engagement is not matching up with organic search growth, then it may be an indicator that your social efforts are not correctly targeted.

3. Indirect Sales & Lead Value

As I mentioned above, I won’t disagree with the assertion that social media is poor at driving direct sales. However, that doesn’t mean that it has no effect on sales (or on other business goals, such as lead and prospect generation).

Have another look at that Socialbakers graph above. I hear similar results from many business site owners, that as social media engagement rises so does overall traffic to their sites. At Stone Temple Consulting, we see that correlation consistently. Below is an overlay of our traffic from social channels compared to overall site traffic during a period of steady growth of the latter. (The green line is social traffic; the blue line overall traffic.)

 

As you can see, social traffic rose steadily (except for one month) in correspondence with our overall traffic. During that time, we also saw a corresponding rise in nearly all of our social engagement metrics.

The point here is not about causation, but rather that social engagement levels can be one (among many) indicators of the health of a site and its content.

But what about the indirect effect on sales and leads I mentioned? Obviously social can drive significant traffic to your site. Once that traffic arrives, it is the job of your site to convert it, just as it is with traffic driven to your site from any other source.

While it is probably rare that someone sees a single tweet or Facebook post, clicks through to your site, and then immediately  makes a purchase or fills out a lead form, once they are on your site, the following questions come into play:

Is your content helpful, relevant to why they clicked the social media link, and of high enough quality that the visitor might want to see more, either on that visit or in the future? In other words, what is your landing page doing to convert them from visitor to potential fan?Do you have appropriate, well-tested and optimized opportunities for the visitor to convert in whatever way fits your goals?

In other words it is not the job of social media to sell. That’s the job of your site. Social media’s job is to get people to the location where potential conversion happens and to move them along on their journey toward conversion.

How does all that relate to social engagement metrics? Evaluate your engagement on various social networks in correspondence to how well those networks are doing at driving traffic to your site. If a network has high engagement but drives little traffic, either reevaluate your presence there or evaluate how you can better target your audience on that network.

Conclusion

If engagement metrics are the primary or only way you are evaluating your social media effectiveness, then you are indeed doing it wrong.

However, if you disregard engagement numbers completely, you may be missing out on valuable information. The smart marketer never relies on any one metric, but takes into consideration the interplay of many different factors.

What other values do you see in social engagement metrics?

 


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How to Use Facebook Graph Search to Improve Your Marketing

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Are you looking for new ways to reach your target audience on Facebook? This article shows three ways to improve your campaigns with Facebook Graph Search.

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Discover 3 ways to use Facebook Graph Search to improve your campaigns.

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10 Ingredients for a Successful Email Marketing Campaign (Infographic)

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A simple,10-step recipe for a winning email marketing push. Bon appetit.

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6 Ways to Improve your Content Marketing Efforts Today

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Content marketing has become a critical part of any online business strategy in order to yield the most traffic, the most engagement and the most enquiries. However, content marketing is not as easy as it sounds – and I am talking about a GOOD content marketing strategy! Luckily there are 6 things that you can start doing right now in order to get the most value and quality out of your content marketing efforts (whether it’s done in-house or via an agency).


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A Guide for Marketing on Reddit #Infographic

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“The Front Page of the Internet” said Reddit for itself. A social news platform that allows users to discuss and vote on content that other users have submitted. And one of the most popular sites on the net with served over 6 billion pageviews (as of the last month alone).

Wow! The potential to send your site major traffic from Reddit is huge…even if you barely make it on the front page of a small subreddit that only has 20,000 readers. This infographic by PrestigeMarketing.ca will guide you to take a closer look at this social powerhouse, and see how you can reach out to the millions of Redditers out there.

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I don't use Reddit. This infographic, however, convinces me to give it a try.

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Reddit is a popular outlet for information and I believe that they present it in a clear and concise manner that makes it easy for the reader to understand. 

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3 Content Curation Best Practices to Optimize Your Content Marketing

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Blending a mix of new content with the filtering and management of other useful information streams is a productive and manageable solution for providing prospective customers a steady stream of high quality and relevant content.

There are several good services that facilitate curation tasks and software can help, but on it’s own, software isn’t the answer.

Pure creation is demanding. Pure automation doesn’t engage. Curating content can provide the best of both. Here are several best practices to help you with curation sources, types of content and where to publish.

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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, November 18, 2014 3:32 PM

Great article with many useful content curation tips.

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Introducing The New Scoop.it Suggestion Engine: Bringing You More Relevant Content @scoopit

Introducing The New Scoop.it Suggestion Engine: Bringing You More Relevant Content @scoopit | Email Marketing | Scoop.it

Every business’s marketing objectives require awesome content. Whether you’re focused on building thought leadership, increasing brand awareness, boosting SEO, engaging with an audience, or generating leads, it’s no longer a question that content marketing is the answer.

 

You create content, you outsource content, you curate content. Content curation has indeed proven its efficiency as a potent element of your editorial line, especially in terms of inbound marketing.

 

Now, the question remains: how do we turn this into a simple, scalable process? You are a professional: you read a lot of content on social media and while browsing the web. Capturing and re-purposing what you discover and read is clever. This is the beginning of your content curation strategy – making use of what you’re already doing.


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Thanks Marc and the Scoop.it team. These new Scoop.it tools will not only make Scoop.it users better curators for the web and their followers but also help them to better understand the content sources they use.

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CEO e-mail List | CEO Mailing Addresses | CEO Database | Lake B2B

Lake B2B CEO Email List is updated on a continuous basis


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The information that you’ll get from Lake B2B Chief Executive Officers (CEO) Email List will be name of the professional, contact and title, complete mailing address, phone, fax, email address, years of experience, company’s name and URL (where available). The CEO master-file follows a rigorous process of verification and validation (of business files) regularly. Based on your specific needs, we deliver you a fully customized list. For instance, if you are looking to particularly target certain types of CEOs for your products, you can drop us an email with your detailed requirement and we will get back to you as early as possible.

 

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The Best Time To Post on Each Social Media Platform

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This infographic shows the best time to outreach on social media. Plan ahead, and post efficiently for maximum engagement.

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Building Your Lead Generation Machine Using LinkedIn

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What if you could have an infinite resource of targeted leads? The biggest list of targeted leads on earth is yours and the best thing is it’s free. We all know this mega database of leads called L…

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Cost Effective Solutions for Your Growing Business

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In a fast paced business environment, change is necessary. If your organization is left with no changes, then it’s not a good sign. PCS Consultants, Inc. which is composed of highly skilled profess...

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Should Google Be Allowed to Mine Your Health Care Data?

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On the heels of the I/O keynote on Thursday, Google cofounder Larry Page spilled his guts to Farhad Manjoo from The New York Times. "Right now we don't data-mine health care data," Page said. "If we did we'd probably save 100,000 lives next year." But is that actually a good idea?

Mining health care is a very slippery slope, whether it's done by Google or some government agency or anyone really. The privacy concerns alone have always kept prying eyes out of your health records. But now that technology has advanced to the point where we could anonymize the data and use the information to cure diseases, it's worth revisiting that topic.

The data store is only going to get bigger, too, as gadgets like fitness and health trackers become more ubiquitous. (Google, of course, is leading the charge on this front as well.) While Page's 100,000 figure is probably completely made up—and not even that many lives in the grander scheme of things—it seems pretty clear that a better understanding of health care data is a good thing.

So what do you think? Is it time to chill out about privacy so that Google algorithms can start saving some lives? Or would you rather keep your personal health care data personal?


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How to Optimize Events with Social Media [Infographic]

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Nothing promotes event marketing as well as social media. Many marketers use social media regularly, whether for networking or business purposes. As a result, social platforms are a great way to publicize events in real time.

 




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Very interesting ideas. Well written infographic.

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How tu use Social Media before, during & after your event #infographic

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO): The Past, Present, and Future

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Download this free guide to learn how SEO best practices have shifted over the years. Comes with worksheets to make your life easier!

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How to Reactivate Your Email List in 5 Steps

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The 5 steps are: look at inactive, segment by activity, reach out to inactive, send cutoff email, and then remove them.


Why is it so hard to remove them from promotions?  Because you keep hoping they'll come back.  But better to have a clean list of engaged readers and higher open rates.  

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5 Email Marketing Tools to Help You Grow Your Business

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Email marketing is sometimes seen as the dreary cousin of Facebook who never gets invited to the marketing party.

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Thanksgiving Day! B2B Marketing Partners..!!!

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We express our gratitude to all our customers this Thanksgiving Day! B2B Marketing Partners.!!!!!!


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Getting Started with Google AdSense - The SiteSell Blog

Getting Started with Google AdSense - The SiteSell Blog | Email Marketing | Scoop.it
The AdSense system is a simple way to add an income stream to your business's bottom line. Determine if AdSense is right for your site, and learn about crucial do's and don'ts.

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Mike Allton's curator insight, November 17, 2014 4:06 PM

Google AdSense is certainly a great way to monetize your blog. Here's how to get started.

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7 Deadly Web Design Sins You Might Be Making

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People have different opinions about what constitutes good web design and what doesn’t.

Some people think your site needs to be super sleek with an up-to-date, modern design in order to get attention. Others believe that web design doesn’t really matter all that much and you just need a site that works and lets people do what they want, like Craigslist.

Both answers are right depending on which industry or business you’re talking about. But, how do you figure out what’s right for you? And, how can you make sure you’re web designer knows what they’re talking about and won’t make mistakes?

This post presents seven deadly web design sins you don’t want to make on your site. The good news is that they’re all simple principles every website should follow. So, whether you get a slick design or not, you still need to know about these design principles and how they apply to your site.

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donhornsby's curator insight, November 20, 2014 11:14 AM

Remember, if you’re going to do any design changes at all, make sure you test your changes to see how they affect your bottom line!