Here’s an interesting paradox: according to a January 2015 study by Regalix, generating leads and creating awareness were cited as the top objectives of content marketing by 83% and 76% of marketers, respectively — but a study by IDC states that as much as 80% of the content created by marketers isn’t even used by sales. As much as 80% of content created by marketers isn’t even used by sales. Tweet This. Can content really reach its full lead generation and awareness potential when sales doesn’t
“Above the fold” is a term that originated in the heyday of print advertising and direct mail. Generally speaking, it’s a principle of advertising design that suggests that advertisers, in order to engage the reader and drive that individual to act, should present key selling information in a location within... Read More
Content marketing measurement can be an embarrassment of riches: So much data is available, that it can be easy to get overwhelmed when deciding what to focus on. So which metrics matter more than others? Here's a roundup of metrics all content marketers should keep an eye on if they want to know whether their content marketing is truly paying off.
How can marketers effectively market on mobile devices? Because mobile devices are very personal—44% of cellphone owners sleep with their phones next to their bed so they don't miss a message, call, or update—marketers need to be thoughtful about how they deliver marketing messages. Check out our infographic for more:
Google made an announcement explaining its mobile-friendly ranking signal will expand to cover a larger portion of search queries as of April 21, 2015. Google started using the “mobile-friendly” label in November 2014, so we can infer that the original rollout of the label has led to a positive user experience, ultimately facilitating the decision …
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