You don’t need to panic when Google messes around with its algorithm. Follow these approaches that bring deeper insights to help you create delightful content experiences that attract audiences. Continue reading → The post How to Make the Google Algorithm Work for You appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Do you know the importance of content marketing for your business?For the success of effective content marketing, you need to choose the right content publishing platform.Know the Importance of Content MarketingContent marketing plays an important role in the sphere of digital marketing.It can help your business in many ways.Some of the benefits of content marketing are:Boost your conversionsFor building relationships between your business and customers for increasing loyalty For educating your prospects and leads about your products and services that you offerFor creating a sense of community around your business and brandFor showing your audiences your products and services and they help to solve the challengesHow To Choose The Right Content Publishing Platform?When it comes to the digital publishing world, you can find plenty of platforms to choose from.But choosing the right platform is important for the successful marketing of your content.Choose An Online Publishing Platform With An Open-source CmsMany open-source content management systems are there for publishing your content, and some of them can access for free.One of the best advantages of these CMS is that they have great security functionality better than normal closed-source systems.
It is a new way and endeavors to reach customers with the help of digital marketing is the belief of marketing experts.This type of marketing helps the employee to understand his client faster than traditional marketing.It gave rise to search result ads, email ads, and promoted tweets.According to marketing experts, Digital marketing has been categorized into 10 categories:      SEM (Search engine marketing)     SEO (Search Engine Optimisation)     PPC (pay per click)     SMM (social media marketing)     Content marketing     Email marketing     Influencer or affiliate marketing     Viral marketing     Radio advertising  Mobile advertising SEMCommonly called search engine marketing, the process of profit by purchasing ads on search engines.The better visibility of your page leads to Garner's attention and in attracting more customers to your business.PPCAlso called as pay per click internet marketing model for which advertiser pay fees each time ad is clicked.
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Live chat shouldn’t stay in the domain of customer service teams. You can use it to drive new, relevant content ideas and make your content marketing more effective. Let’s look at five opportunities. Continue reading → The post How to Use Live Chat Data to Drive New Content Marketing Ideas appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Posted by amandamilliganBecoming an authoritative brand is no easy feat, but the massive benefits are worth the effort. When you’ve built authority, potential customers and clients begin to count on you and trust you — and it’s hard to imagine that trust not leading to a sale (at some point). But how exactly can a brand begin to build, or build upon, their authority? Content is an excellent way, and in this article, I’ll go through my tips on how it can be done. 1. Answer your audience’s questions If you’re not doing this, there’s virtually no way you’ll become an authority. People grow to rely on brands when those brands provide the information they’re looking for, so if your content marketing doesn’t incorporate those answers, you’re not demonstrating to your audience why they should trust you. By building on-site content that provides this kind of value, you can build authority while simultaneously building more awareness for your brand. In other words, you can position yourself as an expert for those who don’t already know you. Search is a huge component of why this content tactic works. Google does a significant amount of curation for users, choosing what it thinks is the most appropriate results for a particular query. When users see that you’re ranking at the top for a certain keyword or topic, there’s an assumption you made it through the algorithm for good reason and know what you’re talking about. As an example, I searched “shoe size chart,” which, according to Keyword Surfer, gets 49,500 monthly searches in the U.S. alone. Here’s one of the top results from Famous Footwear: Presumably, people are searching for this because they want to buy shoes, but they’re not sure what size to get. If they click this result, not only are they now on the website, but they recognize that this brand provided the answer they were looking for. Perhaps they’ll even browse for shoes while they’re on the site. How to execute this strategy: Find out what your target audience is curious about by talking to your customer service representatives, performing keyword research, and using tools like Answer the Public and BuzzSumo’s Discover Questions feature. Then see what content already exists and if you can do better. If you can, get to creating! 2. Create newsworthy reports and studies One of the best ways to demonstrate your authority is to show your continued interest in unearthing new information and insights. You can do this by prioritizing original research. When you create your own studies, surveys, and reports (aka perform data journalism) based on new data or unveiling new insights, you not only provide value to readers, but also have something you can pitch to the media. This gives you double benefit: Getting media coverage (and building even more brand authority) and earning high-quality backlinks, which signals to Google that you’re an authority. We’ve used this strategy for our clients since Fractl first started up in 2012, and we’re convinced it’s one of the best brand authority strategies. Let’s look at a study we did for The Interview Guys, as an example, which involved analyzing the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Requirements Survey to identify the highest-paying jobs that require the least amount of experience. Here’s one of the graphics from the report: The study got media coverage on CNBC, Reader’s Digest, MarketWatch and more, earning extremely high-value dofollow links. But take a look at how The Interview Guys are mentioned in the articles: By supplying new insights, The Interview Guys are positioned by the writers as the source of the information, which is an extremely authoritative way to be referenced. How to execute this strategy: After doing the first tip and analyzing questions, zoom out a bit and consider what general questions in your industry still need answers. How can you answer them with data? Once you’ve created a report that reveals new information, utilize digital PR to pitch writers. 3. Utilize the authority of in-house experts Some brands are built entirely around a particular persona, like Steve Jobs with Apple, but those examples can intimidate people. Smaller companies and newer companies alike can benefit from a similar strategy if they have subject matter experts (or SMEs) who can show their authority. A great example of this is Headspace and how it features its founder, Andy Puddicombe. There’s a page all about him on their website where they explain his credentials but also provide what are called authority signals (which I’ll explain more in the next section) and embed his Ted Talk, so you can see for yourself what he knows. Why is this smart? Headspace probably realized that as the literal voice behind Headspace (Andy does much of the meditation audio himself), Andy started building trust with audiences. It makes sense to double-down on that trust by helping people get to know who he is, and by having him explain even more concepts directly through Radio Headspace and their YouTube channel. After all, if people trust Andy, they’re more likely to trust the Headspace app. How to execute this strategy: If your internal experts have never shared anything with the public, see if they’re comfortable contributing blog posts or quotes to your website. Pitch them to be on podcasts, or use Help a Reporter Out (HARO) to pitch them as sources for relevant news articles. Help them demonstrate their knowledge in ways that are useful to audiences. 4. Highlight reviews, case studies, and other proof of expertise There are dozens of types of authority signals, from testimonials to reviews to social media share counts. The key is identifying which ones make sense to highlight for your products or services, and figuring out the best placement for them. Your goal is to show people you know what you’re talking about by leveraging third-party validation. Your audience doesn’t just have to take your word for it that you know what you’re doing — other people can confirm that you’re great, too! I like how SquadCast tackles this. On their homepage they have a few authority signals they provide, including testimonials that match with each user persona, which I think is really smart. Then when you scroll further, they throw in the fact that household names like Spotify, Microsoft, Starbucks, and ESPN trust them. If you look at the Fractl site, you’ll see we use a similar strategy. Not only do we have case studies showcasing the results we’ve gotten for clients, but we also have logos showing some of the clients we’ve worked with and the publications where our thought leadership appears. All of this content says to a site visitor: “Others trust us, and you should too.” How to execute this strategy: If you don’t already have this type of content, ask yourself how you can best collect it. Reach out to your best clients and ask them for a quote. Pull the best reviews you’ve ever gotten for your products. Call out any media mentions you’ve received. Then put this information on your homepage, but also on conversion pages to instill confidence when and where it counts. 5. Associate with other authoritative brands You know the phrase, “Show me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are?” That can apply in marketing, too. If you align with other brands you respect and that are doing right by their customers/users, it’s possible some of that same trust will transfer to you if that company’s respect is reciprocated. Additionally, if you collaborate, you’re getting your brand name in front of a new audience. So, think about which brands it makes sense to collaborate with. There are ways to do this outside of content marketing, like referral programs, but there are content-specific ways to work together, too. This is an amazing example from Auntie Anne’s and Samuel Adams, who teamed up to create an at-home Oktoberfest kit, complete with Samuel Adams Octoberfest beer, Auntie Anne's DIY Pretzel Kit, recipe book, a "Prost from Home" playlist you can stream, and more. This isn’t purely a content strategy, but you can see the overlap between product and building more of an experience. People who love and count on Auntie Anne’s pretzels are exposed to Samuel Adams and vice versa. Through a collaboration like this, fans of one have the potential to become fans of the other, as you can see in this review: This is a more fun example, but you can also execute a collaboration based on studies and surveys by partnering with organizations interested in answering the same questions or solving the same problems as your brand. How to execute this strategy: Brainstorm which brands you may have a natural alignment in objectives or values with. How can you work together to provide something of value to both of your audiences? 6. Give away some of your secrets This can be scary for a lot of marketers and especially for the C-suite. Why should you give away what makes you great? It’s a valid question, and it won’t always apply. But in some cases, especially for service-based businesses, sharing information and breaking down exactly how you achieve that greatness can actually build trust. Marcus Sheridan has a wonderful example of this. When my colleague attended Inbound last year, she was impressed by Marcus’s presentation in which he described a single blog post that earned him $2 million in sales. (Heidi Cohen has a great write up about it.) Why did it work? Because he shared information no one else wanted to share: the actual cost of a fiberglass pool. Rather than hiding the information and revealing it later in the sales process, he was forthright and answered the question people wanted the answer to. Clearly this strategy paid off. We use the same philosophy at Fractl, explaining exactly how we go about doing our work and building our clients links and brand awareness. There are process details we haven’t disclosed, but all and all, we’ve been very transparent about how we operate, and it’s worked well for us. In fact, people still recall an Experts on the Wire podcast interview with Kerry Jones, our previous marketing director, in which she walked through our strategies. I’ve had marketing folks tell me that this is how they heard about Fractl in the first place. Years later, it’s still featured on the podcast’s main page: People appreciate when you’re open and honest. In our case, even if people knew our strategy, clients often partner with us because they don’t have the bandwidth to execute the strategy at scale, as it requires a lot of time and resources. So by knowing how we work, they can trust us to handle it for them. How to execute this strategy: Consider what information you have that you can share, even if (sometimes especially if) your competitors haven’t shared it. You can leave a big impression of you’re open about your industry in a way others aren’t. Of course, don’t do something that will jeopardize your company, but consider the question and see what might make sense. Conclusion The very act of investing in content marketing is a big step in building more brand authority. By creating content that’s beneficial for your audience, you’re demonstrating your own knowledge and utilizing your expertise. By continuing to build on your strategy with the above tactics, you can greatly improve the chances your audience will not only remember your brand, but begin to trust your brand. Additionally, it’s likely the Google algorithm will recognize your authority, as well, especially after building an impressive link portfolio, and your results will rise in the SERP ranks. Good luck amplifying your strategy, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!Sign up for The Moz Top 10, a semimonthly mailer updating you on the top ten hottest pieces of SEO news, tips, and rad links uncovered by the Moz team. Think of it as your exclusive digest of stuff you don't have time to hunt down but want to read!
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Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Content Marketing Market Insights 2019 by Top Regions, Top Manufacturers, Type and Application” has been featured on The global  Leather Footwear market is valued at US$ xx million in 2019 is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2019, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019.This report researches the worldwide Content Marketing market size (value, capacity, production and consumption) in key regions like United States, Europe, China, Japan and other regions.This study categorizes the global Content Marketing breakdown data by manufacturers, region, type and application, also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks, sales channels, distributors.ALSO READ:  https://www.abnewswire.com/pressreleases/content-marketing-market-2020-global-share-trend-segmentation-analysis-and-forecast-to-2026_512168.html Global Content Marketing market size will increase to xx million US$ by 2025, from xx million US$ in 2019, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2020-2025.Global Major Manufacturers of Content Marketing Breakdown Data, including:HubSpotContentlyInfluence & CoNewsCredMarketoScriptedSkywordTapInfluenceBraftonEucalyptGlobal Sales Breakdown Data of Content Marketing by Type basis, including:BloggingSocial MediaVideosOnline ArticlesResearch ReportsGlobal Consumption Breakdown Data of Content Marketing by Application, including:Lead GenerationThought LeadershipBrand AwarenessCustomer AcquisitionGlobal Content Marketing Consumption Breakdown Data by Region, including:North AmericaUnited StatesCanadaMexicoAsia-PacificChinaJapanKoreaIndiaSoutheast AsiaAustraliaChina TaiwanRest of Asia-PacificEuropeGermanyUKFranceItalyRussiaSpainBeneluxRest of EuropeSouth AmericaBrazilArgentinaColombiaChileRest of South AmericaMiddle East & AfricaSaudi ArabiaTurkeyEgyptSouth AfricaRest of Middle East & AfricaReporting PeriodHistoria Year 2014-2019Base Year 2019Estimated Year 2019EForecast Year 2020F-2025FChapters Follows:Chapter 1: describing Content Marketing product scope, industry environment, market trends, market influence factor and market risks, marketing strategy to increase market position.Chapter 2: describing Content Marketing competitive situation, and position in the world.Chapter 3: describing the top player of Content Marketing market size and global market share of Content Marketing from 2017 to 2019.Chapter 4: describing North America Content Marketing, with market size, key players, major counties.Chapter 5: describing Europe Content Marketing, with market size, key players, major counties.Chapter 6: describing Asia-Pacific Content Marketing, with market size, key players, major counties.Chapter 7: describing South America Content Marketing, with market size, key players, major counties.Chapter 8: describing Middle East & Africa Content Marketing, with market size, key players, major counties.Chapter 9: describing Content Marketing breakdown data by type, from 2014 to 2019.Chapter 10: describing Content Marketing breakdown data by application, from 2014 to 2019; and Content Marketing Downstream Customers Analysis.Chapter 11: describing Content Marketing market dynamics and channel analysis.Chapter 12: describing Content Marketing market forecast, by regions, type and application, from 2019 to 2025.Chapter 13: describing Content Marketing research findings and conclusion.FOR MORE DETAILS:  https://www.wiseguyreports.com/reports/5907648-global-content-marketing-market-insights-2019-by-top  About Us: Wise Guy Reports is part of the Wise Guy Research Consultants Pvt.Ltd. and offers premium progressive statistical surveying, market research reports, analysis & forecast data for industries and governments around the globe.Contact Us:               NORAH TRENT                                                      [email protected]       Ph: +162-826-80070 (US)                          Ph: +44 203 500 2763 (UK)  
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A quality app powered with content marketing services increases the mobile app installation rate, resulting in overall business growth.This article explains six ways companies can utilize content marketing strategies to grow their mobile app business.A professional digital marketing agency can assist you by providing a content marketing strategy that has your target audience at its core.For more information contact us here.Learn more: Content Marketing Tips To Boost Your Mobile App Business
Give your audience an interactive quiz for personalized content (a la Sherwin-Williams). Decide how to walk, run, jog, or sprint (thanks to Ubiquity Labs’ content marketing framework). Think through your content (unlike Warner Bros.). Continue reading → The post Personalized Palettes, a Content Exercise, and The Witches Lesson appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Trying to sell a B2B product abroad? Before planning your content, first work to understand your audience’s core needs, emotions and motivations. The post Get human in your marketing now to reach B2B buyers in 2021 appeared first on ClickZ.
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Content Marketing is relevant, as it is a method that directs traffic to your site by creating content for your potential customers and, in this way, establishing a relationship with them so that at some point they feel ready to buy from you.
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CMOs spend millions on sentiment tracking, customer experience tracking, and brand studies, but then put out mediocre content. The post Dear CMOs: Mediocre Content Is Hurting Your Brand appeared first on Contently.
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A winning meal on MasterChef must be so delicious, so tantalizing the judges would want to eat it every day. How can you do that to keep readers consuming your blog posts? Here’s a step-by-step recipe. Continue reading → The post Whip Up a Tantalizing Blog Post With These 9 Ingredients appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Is your content getting crickets? You may be committing these deadly no-nos of online writing. Learn what they are and how to avoid them.The post 5 Content No-Nos That Will Scare Off Your Readers (Avoid at All Costs) via @JuliaEMcCoy appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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MarketingProfs educational content director Kerry O'Shea Gorgone kicked off an insightful #MPB2B Forum 2020 session with our CEO Lee Odden exploring B2B influencer marketing, “New Research: How to be Successful With Influencer Marketing.” Lee began by explaining that when it comes to B2B influencer marketing, to create and maintain a successful program you've got to do the hard work and be smart about it, and set about to demystify some of the lesser-known aspects of B2B influencer marketing by sharing what he’s learned from having been deeply involved with the practice for the past eight years. Let’s take a look at the new B2B influencer marketing research Lee explored in his insightful MarketingProfs B2B Forum #MPB2B 2020 session. 1 — Utilize Influencers to Rise Above Pandemic Uncertainties The pandemic has given rise to many new challenges that B2B marketers have had to deal with, including budgets that are often on hold while at the same time sales goals are not, leading to high levels of uncertainty. B2B influencer marketing offers a powerful solution for rising above these uncertainties, by unleashing the power of collaboration with experts, Lee noted. While we’ve been used to buyers actively looking for solutions, there’s a greater reliance on content today, making the trustworthiness of content sources more important than ever, Lee pointed out. To help address the issue of trustworthiness and how B2B influencer marketing can help marketers now more than ever, Lee explained how TopRank Marketing produced the industry’s first 2020 State of B2B Influencer Marketing Report, with groundbreaking insights from 20 top B2B brands. Lee shared how the report’s data makes it clear that B2B influencer marketing: Improves customer experience (CX) Positively impacts marketing overall Increases brand awareness Improves lead generation Builds brand reputation and advocacy “Partnering with well-matched influencers is a handy way to infuse your brand with creative energy and inspiration,” #MPB2B's Ann Handley, who is among the top B2B marketing experts included in the report, observed. [bctt tweet="“Partnering with well-matched influencers is a handy way to infuse your brand with creative energy and inspiration.” — Ann Handley @MarketingProfs" username="toprank"] 2 — What Will Effective B2B Influencer Marketing Look Like in 2021? Using remote work company monday.com* as an example, Lee shared how B2B influencer marketing had helped the platform achieve social reach from influencer shares of brand content that reached 1,790 percent above the target goal. Lee also explained how monday.com successfully utilized B2B influencer marketing to partner with remote work experts and to drive discussions via live-stream that resulted in exposure to thousands of potential customers. In another example, Lee showed how IT service management software firm Cherwell Software* used B2B influencer marketing to achieve 342 percent better click-through-rate (CTR) on influencer content, and how the firm was successfully able to use influencers to build trust around a topic they hadn't previously been known for, resulting in some 90 percent entirely new people in their database. LinkedIn* served as another powerful example shared by Lee, who explained how the professional social media platform created a strong community of 75 influencers — recognizing the importance of investing in influencer relationships, and also the growing need for always-on B2B influencer marketing programs. Lee shared how LinkedIn had partnered and developed relationships with influencers, how it was able to create a community of respected voices that became an ongoing voice of the brand, and how doing so allowed LinkedIn to be the best answer for its customers. 3 — What Makes B2B Influencer Marketing Content So Special? B2B influencer marketing adds invaluable third-party credibility and trust to content, Lee said, also noting that it helps to extend content creation and expertise and to infuse the voice of the customer in your brand content, creating powerful trusted voices. It also offers the added benefit of creating the type of inspiring promotion that traditional advertising may not be nearly as successful in doing, Lee suggested. Lee then focused on steps B2B marketers can take to achieve success with an influencer marketing program. 4 — Scaling With Strategy Scaling with strategy begins with finding the topics most relevant to your business, and Lee used an example from SAP*’s Tech Unknown podcast. The podcast came about as a way to serve both internal customers and multiple external audiences, using an industry influencer — in this case technology futurist Tamara McCleary — as the podcast’s host. Lee shared how influencers serve multiple uses for the SAP Tech Unknown podcast series, now in its third season, and how by following best-practices the podcast’s content has also been successfully repurposed into eBook and other content formats. 5 — Understand Topical Demand Using Specialized Software Lee shared how using tools including SEMrush and BuzzSumo can play an important role in  helping to answer customer questions from third-party experts, and also explained how using the right software makes it possible to validate ideas with relevant data. Lee recommended data-driven influencer marketing platform Traackr to help qualify and validate potential influencers and discover whether they have the right tone of voice, cadence, and other relevant criteria. When it comes time for publishing B2B influencer marketing content co-created with influencers, it’s important to incorporate blog content as a part of your organization’s overall content publishing strategy, Lee noted, as it’s a vital part of the diverse array of content publishing formats that should be utilized when sharing co-created influencer content. 6 — Use an Always-On Engagement Strategy Lee stressed the growing importance of an always-on engagement strategy, citing research from the 2020 State of B2B Influencer Marketing Report showing its effectiveness, and sharing a quote from Garnor Morantes, group marketing manager at LinkedIn: "Being 'always-on' has allowed our team to build meaningful relationships with influencers," Garnor said. [bctt tweet="“Being 'always-on' has allowed our team to build meaningful relationships with influencers.” — Garnor Morantes of @LinkedIn" username="toprank"] An always-on approach that’s centered around creating relationships helps build community and advocacy, Lee explained, noting the importance of playing the long game. Lee presented a case study showing the effectiveness of B2B influencer marketing, from Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE), which created a successful IT Vanguard Awards program using IT industry influencers  as judges. The awards program shared the advice and insight of honorees and helped to make them into influencers, Lee noted of the program, which went on to win an award at the 2020 Content Marketing Awards. Lee explained how TopRank Marketing has a proven process of working with influencers for many of the top brands on the planet such as Adobe, LinkedIn, Dell, 3M and others, and he urged those considering a B2B influencer marketing program to look closely at who really influences your buyers. Only then can you move forward with investing in and executing a successful influencer program, Lee observed, which could start with outside help in the form of a pilot B2B influencer marketing program. By using the insight gained from a pilot influencer program, B2B marketers can further build an influencer strategy, grow a content community of influencers, and activate return on investment (ROI), Lee noted as he concluded his #MPB2B presentation. 7 — Bonus #MPB2B B2B Influencer Marketing Insight During the post-session question and answer period, Lee was asked for advice writing about non-marketing-related content, and he urged marketers to always strive to empathize with the audience, and to make content meaningful to them. Using an example of a shareable social media message, Lee noted that tweets created for influencers won’t work nearly as well when an organization’s entire team shares these same messages, and instead recommended the messaging be changed to better suit those sharing the content in a more general way. Lee was also asked whether B2B influencer marketing can also work for smaller firms, and he shared several examples of TopRank Marketing’s work with small-to-medium size businesses (SMBs), utilizing locally influential people, for firms such as Welter Heating and Prophix Software. Welter Heating was able to utilize local celebrity influencers to poll and gather feedback, giving them something fun, easy, and interesting to do, which was then made into round-up posts for the company’s website, Lee noted. Lee explained how despite the fact that financial management software solution provider Prophix Software was centered around a fairly niche topic, they were able to find relevant specialized influencers that fit and worked well. Asked to provide a quick tip for getting started in B2B influencer marketing, Lee suggested making and publishing a list of the people who are influential in your particular industry, as a way to honor them and then also to use as an opportunity to follow up with each person with a brief and easy-to-fulfill request for a future co-collaboration project such as an interview or eBook. While B2B influencer marketing had previously been roughly 80-90 percent of the unpaid variety, that number is now up to around 25 percent paid, Lee said, noting that there are now more B2B professionals who bring to the table the type of influencer skills worth paying for, such as much more robust and relevant content from brandividuals. When asked about budgeting, Lee suggested that B2B influencer marketing can be budgeted as with any other advertisement expenditure, and explained how using paid influencers can be a great way to find and recruit lesser-known influencers. Lee suggested that it’s helpful to have a long runway for building influencer relationships, and explained how TopRank Marketing was able to find remote work experts for client monday.com by  using Traackr and a variety of other criteria to those most influential around the topic, along with those who have a community of followers that will respond to that topic. These join other metrics including network size, publishing cadence and format, along with the influencer’s particular values, Lee noted, before they are ultimately approved by the client. Another question Lee fielded was who within an organization should run a B2B influencer marketing program, and he noted that in the early days of influencer marketing it was likely to be the director of marketing or people in social media roles — all community-oriented professionals. As time has passed, Lee explained, with B2B influencer marketing having grown in both success and sophistication, new dedicated roles are being created, such as those held by people including Rani Mani, head of global employee advocacy at Adobe*, and Ursula Ringham, head of global influencer marketing at SAP, and there has also been more integration with other departments at organizations. Lee’s final question was whether B2B influencer marketing could be used to test new markets, and Lee shared how it can be successfully used to find new marketing topics by conducting tests with various content formats to see how each resonates, before ultimately deciding whether to scale or bail, Lee noted. Learn more about B2B influencer marketing from Lee by watching our #InsideInfluence series, including the latest episode "Inside Influence EP06: Amisha Gandhi from SAP on the Power of Mutual Value in B2B Influencer Marketing." Be sure to check out our additional #MPB2B 2020 coverage listed below: LinkedIn’s Ty Heath: 3 Enduring B2B Marketing Trends #MPB2 Adobe’s Rani Mani: 5 Tips For Creating Your B2B Influencer Marketing Love Affair #MPB2B 10 Must-See Sessions at MarketingProfs B2B Forum 2020 #MPB2B 25 Top B2B Marketing Influencers To Follow In 2021 #MPB2B Want further help? Contact us and find out why brands from SAP, LinkedIn, AT&T Business, and Adobe to IBM, Dell, Cherwell Software, monday.com and more have chosen TopRank Marketing. * monday.com, Cherwell Software, LinkedIn, SAP, Welter Heating, Prophix Software, and Adobe are TopRank Marketing clients.   The post 7 Keys To Successful B2B Influencer Marketing: New Research From Lee Odden at #MPB2B appeared first on B2B Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
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Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Content Marketing Service Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2026” has been featured on WiseGuy Reports.Global Content Marketing Service Scope and Market Size Content Marketing Service market is segmented by Type, and by Application.Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Content Marketing Service market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource.The segmental analysis focuses on revenue and forecast by Type and by Application in terms of revenue and forecast for the period 2015-2026.Market segment by Type, the product can be split into Hybrid Print & Digital Content Marketing Digital-Only Content Marketing Non-Textual Content MarketingMarket segment by Application, split into B2B B2C   ALSO READ: https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/global-content-marketing-service-market-covid-19-impact-on-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-forecasts-2026-2020-09-24?tesla=yIn the competitive analysis section of the report, leading as well as prominent players of the global Content Marketing Service market are broadly studied on the basis of key factors.The report offers comprehensive analysis and accurate statistics on revenue by the player for the period 2015-2020.It also offers detailed analysis supported by reliable statistics on price and revenue (global level) by player for the period 2015-2020.The key players covered in this study HubSpot Contently Influence & Co NewsCred Marketo Scripted Skyword TapInfluence Brafton EucalyptFOR MORE DETAILS: https://www.wiseguyreports.com/reports/5868071-global-and-japan-content-marketing-service-market-size                About Us: Wise Guy Reports is part of the Wise Guy Research Consultants Pvt.
Online marketing professionals are confident that they have dealt well with the COVID-19 crisis and that the ground play hasn’t changed much, but they may face a rude awakening soon The post Wake up call for content marketers, COVID-19 is still here appeared first on ClickZ.
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Global Context Rich Systems Market revenue was US$ 2.42 Bn in 2019 and is expected to grow at CAGR 18.2% in forecast period.Market Overview:The growing demand for extremely innovative and acceptable technologies and the personalization of user experience, results in the development of context-rich systems.The rapidly increasing culture of bringing internet-connected devices into homes and businesses, is boosting the development of personal ecosystems, which in turn creating the succeeding usefulness of context-rich systems more evident.Previously, enterprises that used context-rich systems made the fault of applying outdated technology principles to their new technology.However, as time passed and awareness increases, these enterprises realized that while utilizing context-rich systems, the technology should be used in a such a way that it doesn’t interrupt the user’s life, as an alternative it should bridge various services to work together effortlessly.The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis.Market Dynamics:By incorporating signals related to location and activities, context-rich systems take out data such as the mode of transportation being used by a person and the weather in their area or city.With the help of using this information, these systems provide users with remarkably modified and personalized experience.Additionally, the growth of context rich systems market is driven by trend towards contextually relevant data sharing, demand for context-aware security, and universal embedded intelligence.At present, most enterprises are applying context-rich systems to provide personalized advertisements to their users.In order to meet this vision major players are assigning significant share of their marketing budgets to content marketing and an substantial portion of these investments are likely to spend for the context-rich systems market.Regional AnalysisThe global technological advancements and quick acceptance of applications are supplementing the growth in North America Context Rich Systems Market.
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