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Content marketing is about attracting the right target audience and getting them to take appropriate action as a result of engaging with your content. Content marketing metrics is about measuring the results.
As businesses continue to move a greater proportion of their budget to content marketing, marketers must associate results with this investment that are aligned with their goals. To this end, measure what matters, not just what’s easy-to-track.
Here are 53 actionable content marketing metrics broken out by content marketing goal. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
While many businesses use one or more blogs to support their social media and content marketing efforts, many don’t maximize the blogs’ effectiveness to drive sales. This becomes more important as these trends mature and there are fewer opportunities to drive revenues. To ensure that your business blog takes advantage of every opportunity to contribute to sales, here are ten tricks from Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
My recent post of marketing definitions with contributions from seventy-two different sources generated a lot of discussion around what marketing is. One interesting topic that arose in these discussions was the question of what marketing is NOT. As with art, examining negative space provides a different view of marketing and how it functions within an organization. Here are five definitions of what marketing is NOT.