Global Content Marketing Software Market was valued US$ 4.03 Bn in 2018 and is expected to reach US$ XX Bn in 2026 at XX % CAGR.Global Content Marketing Software Market, by ComponenContent marketing software can be defined as software which helps in managing the content process.Major growth drivers for the content marketing software market include an increasing focus on personalized content, the growing adoption of data-driven content marketing strategy and rising demand for analytics-based content marketing software.Global Content Marketing Software Market segmented by component, by content type, by the organization, and by region.Content type segment is sub segmented into Social media, Blogs, Videos, Infographic.Content marketing software vendors are integrating their offerings with analytics and artificial intelligence, which provide added advantage to the key players while analyzing the customers’ expectations.On basis of content, type video segment is dominating a Content marketing software market.Organizations from various industry verticals are investing heavily to produce highly appealing videos.In terms of region, North America is estimated to account for the XX% share in the content marketing software market.North America is adopting new and emerging technologies, and its strong financial position enables it to invest majorly in the leading tools and technologies for effective business operations.
Posted by Cyrus-ShepardSeven years ago, we published a post on the Moz Blog titled "How to Rank: 25 Step Master SEO Blueprint." From an SEO perspective, the post did extremely well. Over time, the "How to Rank" post accumulated: 400k pageviews200k organic visits100s of linking root domains Despite its success, seven years is a long time in SEO. The chart below shows what often happens when you don't update your content. Predictably, both rankings and traffic declined significantly. By the summer of 2020, the post was only seeing a few hundred visits per month. Time to update We decided to update the content. We did this not only for a ranking/traffic boost, but also because SEO has changed a lot since 2013. The old post simply didn't cut it anymore. To regain our lost traffic, we also wanted to leverage Google's freshness signals for ranking content. Many SEOs mistakenly believe that freshness signals are simply about updating the content itself (or even lazier, putting a new timestamp on it.) In actuality, the freshness signals Google may look actually take many different forms: Content freshness.Rate of content change: More frequent changes to the content can indicate more relevant content.User engagement signals: Declining engagement over time can indicate stale content.Link freshness: The rate of link growth over time can indicate relevancy. To be fair, the post had slipped significantly in all of these categories. It hasn't been updated in years, engagement metrics had dropped, and hardly anyone new linked to it anymore. To put it simply, Google had no good reason to rank the post highly. This time when publishing, we also decided to launch the post as a stand-alone guide — instead of a blog post — which would be easier to maintain as evergreen content. Finally, as I wrote in the guide itself, we simply wanted a cool guide to help people rank. One of the biggest questions we get from new folks after they read the Beginner's Guide to SEO is: "What do I read next? How do I actually rank a page?"This is exactly that SEO guide. Below, we'll discuss the SEO goals that we hope to achieve with the guide (the SEO behind the SEO), but if you haven't check it out yet, here's a link to the new guide: How to Rank On Google SEO goals Rarely do SEO blogs talk about their own SEO goals when publishing content, but we wanted to share some of our strategies for publishing this guide. 1. Keywords First of all, we wanted to improve on the keywords we already rank for (poorly). These are keywords like: How to rankSEO blueprintSEO step-by-step Our keyword research process showed that the phrase "SEO checklist" has more search volume and variations that "SEO blueprint", so we decided to go with "checklist" as a keyword. Finally, when doing a competitor keyword gap analysis, we discovered some choice keywords that our competitors are ranking for with similar posts. Based on this, we knew we should include the word "Google" in the title and try to rank for terms about "ranking on Google." 2. Featured snippets Before publishing the guide, our friend Brian Dean (aka Backlinko) owns the featured snippet for "how to rank on Google." It's a big, beautiful search feature. And highly deserved! We want it. There are no guarantees that we'll win this featured snippet (or others), but by applying a few featured snippets best practices—along with ranking on the first page—we may get there. 3. Links We believe the guide is great content, so we hope it attracts links. Links are important because while the guide itself may generate search traffic, the links it earns could help with the rankings across our entire site. As Rand Fishkin once famously wrote about the impact of links in SEO, "a rising tide lifts all ships." Previously, the old post had a few hundred linking root domains pointing at it, including links from high-authority sites like Salesforce. Obviously, we are now 301 redirecting these links to the new guide. We'll also update internal links throughout the site, as well as adding links to posts and pages where appropriate. To help build links in the short-term, we'll continue promoting the guide through social and email channels. Long-term, we could also do outreach to help build links. To be honest, we think the best and easiest way to build links naturally is simply to present a great resource that ranks highly, and also that we promote prominently on our site. Will we succeed? Time will tell. In 3-6 months we'll do an internal followup, to track our SEO progress and see how we measured up against our goals. To make things more complicated, SEO is far more competitive than it was 7 years ago, which makes things harder. Additionally, we're transparently publishing our SEO strategy out in the open for our competitors to read, so they may adjust their tactics. Want to help out? You can help us win this challenge by reading and sharing the guide, and even linking to it if you'd like. We'd very much appreciate it :)To your success in SEO.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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This external and internal analysis is beneficial in identifying your firm’s strengths and weaknesses and lets you know about any impending risks towards your company as well as opportunities of driving growth in sales, increasing revenue, and expanding audience reach.In this blog, we are going to discuss the importance of carrying out a SWOT analysis before you start working on developing a digital marketing strategy for your business.Let’s take a look at some examples of the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis factors for a digital marketing company:Strengths:Effective brand awarenessAmple availability of skilled professionals for copywriting, search engine optimization, strategic planning, and so on.Substantial reach via social media platformsWeaknesses:Lack of access to expertiseLimitations regarding adequate budgetOpportunities:Gaps in the marketGood relationship building with media and other publicity sourcesGaining access to new technology and tools for marketingThreats:New competitors in the marketEstablishment of new rules that impact your current marketing practicesAn increasing rate of rolling employeesDETERMINE YOUR DIGITAL MARKETING GOALSOnce you know the current position of your business in the market, you can begin working on determining your marketing goals to get a clear picture of what you should do next.Remember, your focus should be on achieving those goals; therefore, plan accordingly.DEFINE YOUR DIGITAL MARKETING STRATEGYOnce you have set your business goals, it’s time to move forward to accomplishing them.Bear in mind that it is vital to personalize your strategy.However, we can provide a few factors to define your strategy:Create your buyer personaFirst of all, you have to divide your audience – know who your target audience is, their desires and preferences, and the ideal places to satisfy their needs.Clear marketing positioningIt’s necessary for you to be absolutely clear about your audience reach and value proposition, i.e., why should people choose your business over others like you?You need to know the platforms where your target audience is present and employ methods to engage them effectively.Content MarketingDeveloping a content marketing strategy is crucial to drive leads to your website, engage them, and build brand awareness.You also have to outline a particular communications plan for content marketing for each and every platform.
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Better content starts with knowing what your audience cares about. Understanding these three key concepts will help keep you on the right track.The post 3 Steps to Better Content: Power up Your SEO with Audience Understanding via @marktraphagen appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Summary - A new market study, titled “ Covid-19 Impact on Global Visual Content Market ” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Visual content marketing refers to content marketing that employs visual content rather than text content.Visual Content is mainly classified into the following types: Images Visual Content, Video Visual Content, Infograpics Visual Content, etc.The global impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are already starting to be felt, and will significantly affect the Visual Content market in 2020.COVID-19 can affect the global economy in three main ways: by directly affecting production and demand, by creating supply chain and market disruption, and by its financial impact on firms and financial markets.The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought effects on many aspects, like flight cancellations; travel bans and quarantines; restaurants closed; all indoor events restricted; over forty countries state of emergency declared; massive slowing of the supply chain; stock market volatility; falling business confidence, growing panic among the population, and uncertainty about future.This report also analyses the impact of Coronavirus COVID-19 on the Visual Content industry.Based on our recent survey, we have several different scenarios about the Visual Content YoY growth rate for 2020.The market size of Visual Content will reach xx in 2026, with a CAGR of xx% from 2020 to 2026.With industry-standard accuracy in analysis and high data integrity, the report makes a brilliant attempt to unveil key opportunities available in the global Visual Content market to help players in achieving a strong market position.Buyers of the report can access verified and reliable market forecasts, including those for the overall size of the global Visual Content market in terms of revenue.Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Visual Content market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource.For this version of the report, the segmental analysis focuses on revenue and forecast by each application segment in terms of revenue and forecast by each type segment in terms of revenue for the period 2015-2026.Regional and Country-level AnalysisALSO READ https://marketersmedia.com/visual-content-market-2020-global-covid-19-impact-analysis-trends-opportunities-and-forecast-to-2026/88960181 The report offers an exhaustive geographical analysis of the global Visual Content market, covering important regions, viz, North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.
Can content marketing help or even drive your brand’s lead-generation and nurturing strategy? It sure can. Let’s see how. Continue reading → The post Make Content Integral to Your Lead Generation appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Brand New Galaxy announced that it has acquired content26, a digital agency providing many of the world’s most recognized brands with advertising and content on Amazon.A unique combination of strategic, creative, and technological thinking allows Brand New Galaxy and content26 to implement customers’ digital transformations holistically.The purchase of content26 advances Brand New Galaxy’s growth strategy, which leverages geographical expansion and acquisitions to create a platform that gathers companies in the fields of communications, e-commerce, and advertising.BNG is one of Europe’s fastest-growing privately-owned holding companies; over the past three years, BNG serves a global network of clients and has grown to more than 400 employees.“The acquisition of content26 enriches our e-commerce offering, allowing us to provide clients and prospects with e-commerce content fueled by media solutions on a global scale.By having content26 on board, BNG has acquired a globally recognized Amazon content and advertising powerhouse.Also, this investment represents an important strategic opportunity to further expand our business in the US market.We are gaining new competitive advantages in the area of e-commerce, increasing market share, and continuing to expand both our offering and our geographical reach.
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Summary -   A new market study, titled “2014-2026 Global Content Marketing Service Industry Market Research Report, Segment by Player, Type, Application, Marketing Channel, and Region” has been featured on Wise Guy Reports.The worldwide market for Content Marketing Service is estimated to grow at a CAGR of roughly X.X% in the next 8 years, and will reach X.X million US$ in 2026, from X.X million US$ in 2019.The report covers market size status and forecast, value chain analysis, market segmentation of Top countries in Major Regions, such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa, by type, application and marketing channel.In addition, the report focuses on the driving factors, restraints, opportunities and PEST analysis of major regions.ALSO READ: https://www.einpresswire.com/article/508545173/global-content-marketing-service-market-2020-industry-analysis-opportunities-forecast-to-2026Major Companies CoveredInfluence & CoNewsCredHubSpotSkywordEucalyptMarketoTapInfluenceContentlyScriptedBrafton Major Types CoveredHybrid Print & Digital Content MarketingDigital-Only Content MarketingNon-Textual Content Marketing Major Applications CoveredB2BB2C Top Countries Data Covered in This ReportUnited StatesCanadaGermanyUKFranceItalySpainRussiaNetherlandsTurkeySwitzerlandSwedenPolandBelgiumChinaJapanSouth KoreaAustraliaIndiaTaiwanIndonesiaThailandPhilippinesMalaysiaBrazilMexicoArgentinaColumbiaChileSaudi ArabiaUAEEgyptNigeriaSouth Africa… Years considered for this report:Historical Years: 2014-2018Base Year: 2019Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Period: 2019-2026FOR MORE DETAILS: https://www.wiseguyreports.com/reports/4839817-2014-2026-global-content-marketing-service-industry-marketWise 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: +162-825-80070 (US)                          Ph: +44 203 500 2763 (UK)        
Posted by rootandbranchEditor’s note: This blog is from the perspective of five University of Pittsburgh students — Kirsten, Steve, Darcie, Erin, and Sara — who completed a class this summer called "Digital Marketing Search Fundamentals", taught by Zack Duncan of Root and Branch. Introduction Our digital marketing class this summer did not give us credits that count towards graduation (in fact, some of us graduated in Spring 2020), nor did it give us a grade. Instead, we learned about paid search and organic search along with some of the key concepts central to digital marketing. We also became certified in Google Ads Search along the way.  We each had different reasons for taking the course, but we all believe that digital marketing will have value for us in our lives. At the beginning of the term, in June 2020, we were asked, “What is one thing you’re hoping to get out of this class?” Here are some of our responses to that question: I hope to gain a strong understanding of SEO and Google Ads, and to get hands-on experience to understand how both would be used in a work setting.I want to learn something about marketing that I might not learn in the classroom.I'm hoping to become more competitive in this difficult job market.I hope to build on my resume and develop skills for personal use.I want to learn a foundational skill that can be applied in many different aspects of business.  Now that we’ve completed the class, we wanted to share our thoughts on why we believe digital marketing matters — both for our lives today and as we look ahead to the future. We’re also going to cover five of the most important building blocks we learned this summer, that have helped us see how all the pieces of digital marketing fit together. Part 1: Why digital marketing matters Why digital marketing training matters now To become more competitive candidates in applying for jobs Some of us are recent grads in the midst of searching for our first jobs after college. Some of us are still in school and are actively looking for internships. We’ve all seen our fair share of job listings for positions like “Digital Marketing Intern” or “Digital Marketing Associate”. Given that the majority of us are marketing majors, you might think it’s safe to assume we would be qualified for at least an interview for those positions.  Nope.  Before gaining a solid foundation in digital marketing, we were often quite limited in the listings we were qualified for. But things have been changing now that we can say we’re certified in Google Ads Search and can speak to topics like digital analytics, SEO, and the importance of understanding the marketing funnel. To help with growing freelance side businesses Towards the beginning of the pandemic, a few of us were dangerously close to graduation with little to no hope of finding a job in marketing. Instead of binge-watching Netflix all day and hoping some fantastic opportunity would magically come our way, the entrepreneurial among us decided to see how we could use our current skills to generate revenue.  One of us is especially interested in graphic design and learned everything there was to know in Adobe Creative Suite to become a freelance graphic designer, starting a side business in graphic design, and designs logos, labels, menus, and more. After this class, finding clients has changed in a big way now. Instead of being limited to looking for clients in social media groups, digital marketing knowledge opens up a whole new world. With a functioning website and a knowledge of both paid and organic search, the process of finding new customers has dramatically changed (for the better!). To be more informed consumers While a digital marketing background doesn’t instantly translate to job opportunities for everyone, it can help all of us become more informed consumers. As consumers, we want to pay for quality goods and services at a fair price. Some basic digital marketing knowledge gives us a better understanding of why the search engine results page (SERP) findings show up in the order that they do. Knowing about keywords, domain authority (for organic search) and quality scores (for paid results) can demystify things. And that’s just on the SERP. Moving off the SERP, it’s helpful to know how nearly every advertisement we see is somehow targeted to us. If you are seeing an ad, there is a very good chance you fall into an audience segment that a brand has identified as a potential target. You may also be seeing the ad due to a prior visit to the brand’s website and are now in a retargeting audience (feel free to clear out those cookies if you’re sick of them!). The more information you have as a consumer, the more likely you are to make a better purchase. These few examples just go to show how digital marketing training matters now, even if you are not the one actively doing the digital marketing. How a digital marketing foundation be useful in the future It’s helpful in creating and growing a personal brand Your brand only matters if people know about it. You could sit in your room and put together the most awesome portfolio website for yourself and create a solid brand identity, but if no one else knows about it, what’s the point? Digital marketing concepts like understanding SEO basics can help make your presence known to potential customers, employers, and clients. It would be terrible if your competition got all the business just because you didn’t use the simple digital marketing tools available to you, right? Digital marketing efforts can have many different goals ranging from making sales to just increasing general awareness of your brand, so get out there and start! To become a more flexible contributor in future career opportunities One thing we’ve heard consistently in the job search process is employers love flexible, cross functional employees. It seems the most successful and valued employees are often those that are not only experts in their field, but also have a pretty good understanding of other subjects that impact their work. Let’s say you’re an account manager for a digital agency, and you have some great insight that you think could be helpful in driving some new ad copy testing for your biggest client. It’s going to be a whole lot easier talking with your copywriter and media team (and being taken seriously by them), if you have an understanding of how the text ads are built.  To see data as an opportunity for action, as opposed to just numbers Are you someone who enjoys numbers and performance metrics? That's great! So are we! But those numbers are meaningless without a digital marketing background to provide context for the data.  Understanding data is a valuable tool for getting to know your audience and evaluating advertising campaigns. Seeing that your Google Search text ad has a poor click-through rate is only actionable if you have the foundation to take steps and improve it. Analyzing your website’s metrics and finding that you have a low average session duration is meaningless if you don’t connect the dots between the numbers and what they mean for your web design or your on-page content. It’s pretty clear that the numbers don’t give much value to a marketer or a business without the ability to recognize what those metrics mean and the actions that can be taken to fix them. As we advance in our careers and have more and more responsibility for decision making, digital marketing fundamentals can continue to grow our experience with turning data into insight-driven action. To optimize for conversions — always Whatever the goal, it’s important to know if you’re operating efficiently in terms of your conversions. In other words, you need to know if you’re getting a return for the investment (time, money, or both) you’re putting in. When you’re operating to get the most conversions for the lowest cost, you are employing a mindset that will help your marketing efforts perform as well as they can. Having a digital marketing foundation will allow you to think intelligently about “conversions”, or the kinds of results that you’d like to see your marketing efforts generate. A conversion might be a completed sale for an e-commerce company, a submitted lead form for a B2B software company, or a new subscriber for an online publication. Whatever the desired conversion action, thinking about them as the goal helps to give context in understanding how different marketing efforts are performing. Is your ad performing well and should it receive more media spend, or is it just wasting money?  Thinking about conversions isn’t always easy, and may take some trial and error, but it can lead to making smart, measurable, and cost-effective decisions. And those decisions can get smarter over time as we get more and more familiar with the five key building blocks of digital marketing (at least the five that we’ve found to be instructive). Part 2: Understanding five building blocks of digital marketing 1. The marketing funnel (customer journey) The marketing funnel (or the user/customer journey) refers to the process by which a prospective customer hears about a product or service, becomes educated about the product or service, and makes a decision whether or not to purchase the product or service in question. It encompasses everything from the first time that brand awareness is established to the potential purchase made by the customer. The awareness stage can be known as the “top of the funnel”, and there are lots of potential prospects in that audience.  From there, some prospects “move down the funnel” as they learn more and get educated about the product or service. Those that don’t move down the funnel and progress in their journey are said to “fall out” of the funnel. As the journey continues, prospects move closer to becoming customers. Those who eventually “convert” are those that completed the journey through the bottom of the funnel. Understanding that there is such a thing as a customer journey has helped to frame our thinking for different types of marketing challenges. It essentially boils down to understanding where, why, when, and how your prospects are engaging with your brand, and what information they will need along the way to conversion. 2. Paid search vs. organic search and the SERP For many of us, one of the first steps in understanding paid vs. organic search was getting a handle on the SERP.  The slide below is our “SERP Landscape” slide from class. It shows what’s coming from paid (Google Ads), and what’s coming from organic search. In this case, organic results are both local SEO results from Google My Business, and also the on-page SEO results. Here’s a link to a 92-second video with the same content from class. We learned to look for the little “Ad” designation next to the paid text ads that are often at the top of the SERP.  These are search results with the highest AdRank who are likely willing to bid the most on the specific keyword in question. Since paid search is based on CPC (cost per click) pricing, we learned that the advertiser doesn’t incur any costs for their ad to show up, but does pay every single time the ad is clicked.  Although many CPCs might range in the $2 - $3 range, some are $10 and up. With that kind of investment for each click, advertisers really need to focus on having great landing pages with helpful content that will help drive conversions. Organic search, on the other hand, is “free” for each click. But it also relies on great content, perhaps even more so than paid search. That’s because the only way to get to the top of the organic search rankings is to earn it. There’s no paying here!  Search engines like Google are looking for Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness (E-A-T) in content to rank highly on the SERP. In addition to making good local sense for Google, it all comes back to the core of Alphabet’s business model, as the slide below shows. Understanding Google’s motivations help us understand what drives organic search and the SERP landscape overall. And understanding the basics of paid and organic search is an important foundation for all aspiring digital marketers who want to work in the field. 3. Inbound vs. outbound marketing Are you working to push a message out to an audience that you hope is interested in your product or service? If so, you’re doing some outbound marketing, whether it be traditional media like billboards, television, or magazines, or even certain types of digital advertising like digital banner ads. Think about it as a giant megaphone broadcasting a message. Inbound work, on the other hand, aims to attract potential customers who are actively engaged in seeking out a product or service. Search marketing (both paid search and organic search) are perfect examples of inbound, as they reach prospects at the moment they’re doing their research. Instead of a megaphone, think of a magnet. The content that does the best job in solving problems and answering questions will be the content with the strongest magnetic pull that gets to the top of SERPs and converts.  If you’re going to be here for a while, click the image below for more information on how we think about content in the context of digital marketing efforts. 4. Basic digital marketing metrics There are some universal metrics that we all need to understand if we’re going to develop a competency in digital marketing. Click through rate (CTR), for example, is a great way to measure how effective an ad unit or organic result is in terms of generating a click.  But before we can fully understand CTR (clicks divided by impressions), we first need to make sure we understand the component parts of the metric. Here are four of those key components that we learned about during our digital marketing training: Impression: A search result (paid or organic) or an ad shows up on a page Click: A user clicking the search result or ad on a page triggers a recorded click Conversion: After clicking on the search result or ad, the user completes an action that is meaningful for the business. Different types of businesses have different conversion actions that are important to them. Cost: While organic search results are “free” (not counting costs associated with creating content), paid ads incur a cost. Understanding the cost of any paid advertising is a crucial component of understanding performance. How does it all work in practice? Glad you asked! Check out the example below for a hypothetical advertising campaign that served 10,000 impressions, drove 575 clicks, cost $1,000, and generated 20 conversions: 5. Platforms and tools a beginner digital marketer should use Our class was focused on search marketing, and we talked about one platform for paid and one platform for organic.  On the paid side, there is only one name in the game: Google Ads. Google has free training modules and certifications available through a platform called Skillshop. You’ll need a Google-affiliated email address to log in. After doing so, just search for “Google Ads Search” and you can go through the training modules shown below.   If you’re already a Google Ads pro, you can hop right to the exam and take the timed Google Ads Search Assessment. If you can get an 80% or higher on the 50-question exam, you’ll get a certification badge! For organic search, we learned about keyword research, title tags, H1s and H2s, anchor text in links, and more through the training available on Moz Academy. The 73-minute Page Optimization course has eight different training sections and includes an On Page Optimization Quiz at the end. Fair warning, some of the content might be worth watching a few times if you’re new to SEO. For most of us this was our first exposure to SEO, and it took some time for most of our brains to sort through the difference between a title tag and an H1 tag! Another platform that we liked was Google Trends, which can be useful for both paid and organic search, and is just generally a cool way to see trends happening!  There are many more resources and tools out there in the world. Some of us are aiming to get more comfortable with these fundamentals, while some others have already branched out into other disciplines like social media. Conclusion Thanks for coming along with us on this digital marketing journey. We hope it was a useful read! During the process of putting this together, things have changed for us: Kirsten landed a full-time job.Steve started doing consulting work for a growing Shopify site in Google Ads and Google Analytics, and is planning to make consulting his full-time work.Darcie landed a job as a Paid Search Analyst for a national retailer. For all of us, we know we’re only taking the first steps of our digital marketing futures, and we’re excited to see what the future holds!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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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.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.Context-rich systems are anticipated to play an important role in the development and implementation of content marketing activities of these enterprises, which emphases on improving their brand presence.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.
Both B2B Marketers and Buyers Increasingly Sold on Conversational Marketing B2B marketing professionals have found email, online live chat, social media, and chatbots have all seen increased usage in 2020, while phone and video call use has fallen by more than 10 percent, according to recently-released B2B buyer communication survey data of interest to digital marketers. MarketingCharts B2B Tech Firms Cut Marketing Budgets Due To Pandemic: Study Despite an overall drop in marketing spending due to the global health crisis, budgeting for digital and content marketing are the most likely to see increased spending, while some 60 percent of B2B technology firm executives say that their key performance indicators (KPIs) haven't undergone change. MediaPost Subject Matter Expertise A Growing Factor for B2B Buyers When Evaluating Vendors In 2020 over 32 percent of B2B and professional services buyers see subject matter expertise and industry knowledge as the top attribute when evaluating firms, a rate over 11 percent higher than 2018 figures, with client service flexibility the only other element that became more important during the past two years — two of several statistics of interest to online marketers in recently-released survey data. MarketingCharts 7 ways COVID-19 has changed B2B customer experience forever The pandemic has blurred the lines between B2B and B2C marketing, brought more intelligent automation to customer experience (CX), and made trust a more important factor, and Adobe has taken a look at how these changes will play out in 2021 and beyond. Adobe (client) Linked Rolls Out Company Engagement Report LinkedIn (client) has launched a Company Engagement Report offering new insights for B2B marketers, especially those using account based marketing (ABM), featuring a variety of organic and ad engagement metrics, the Microsoft-owned professional social platform recently announced. Adweek Facebook Once Again Experiments with Up and Down Votes for Comments to Optimize Engagement Facebook has begun limited testing of Reddit-like upvoting and downvoting options among certain Facebook Groups, with an eye towards boosting relevant content and engagement levels, recent observations of the social media giant have shown. Social Media Today Google's Working on a New Process Which Would Convert Static Website Assets into Video Content Google has launched URL2Video, a new prototype utility that incorporates some of Google’s AI systems to turn static website digital assets into video content, in a move that could lead to new digital marketing opportunities, the search giant recently announced. Social Media Today Social Media Trends 2021 Global Report Content remixing, memetic media, and nostalgia marketing are among the trends marketers are likely to see more of during 2021, according to recently-released global social media survey trend data from HubSpot and Talkwalker. Talkwalker Microsoft Clarity, the company’s tool for visualizing user experience, is out of beta Microsoft has widely released Clarity, a free service offering a variety of user engagement and other metrics using site JavaScript, previously available only in beta form, the firm recently announced. Marketing Land B2B Content Marketers Getting More Successful in Building Credibility B2B content marketers say they have found creating brand awareness, educating audiences, and building credibility and trust as the top three benefits of B2B content marketing over the past year, followed by lead generation and building loyalty with existing customers, according to recently-released survey data of interest to digital marketers. MarketingCharts ON THE LIGHTER SIDE: A lighthearted look at “CX is more than a department” by Marketoonist Tom Fishburne — Marketoonist New Photo Filter Shows What You Would Look Like in Facial-Recognition Database — The Hard Times/a> TOPRANK MARKETING & CLIENTS IN THE NEWS: Lee Odden — #TimTalk - The Business of B2B Influence with Lee Odden — Timothy Hughes Lane R. Ellis — 10 Tips for Prioritizing Tasks to Make the Most of Limited Small Business Resources — Small Business Trends Lee Odden — 40 Marketing Quotes to Provoke Thought and Inspire — Visitor Queue Have you found your own top B2B marketing stories from the past week of industry news? Please let us know in the comments below. Thanks for taking the time to join us for our weekly B2B marketing news, and we hope that you'll return again next Friday for another examination of the most relevant B2B and digital marketing industry news. In the meantime, you can follow us at @toprank on Twitter for even more timely daily news. The post B2B Marketing News: B2B Content Marketing Credibility Study, LinkedIn’s New Company Engagement Report, Global Social Trends & Microsoft’s Free UX Tool appeared first on B2B Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
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Three things to learn from this week’s examples: Suspenseful storytelling isn’t limited to Halloween. Consider how social media can help your SEO. And you can teach your audience how to do what you do – and still stay in business. Continue reading → The post 3 Ideas to Blow Out Your Content Competitors [The Weekly Wrap] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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For a business to stay on top in the online world, one must never forget the golden rule that content is the king.But not everyone can create quality content.It takes much more to create quality content to hold audience’s attention like creative thinking, presence of mind, and understanding of current trends.A white label content marketing platform creates quality content for you.Learn more about white label content creation and its benefits through this blog.
Expert-Approved B2B Lead Generation Strategies · According to research from the Content Marketing Institute, 85% of B2B marketers say lead.In marketing, B2B lead generation is the act of identifying and initiating an interest of potential customers 
Content Marketing has also been a success in delivering results.Every business needs good content.It may help the company to derive high-quality leads and target the required audience.Here in this article, we are going to discuss the benefits of good content writing.
The Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS) model is exploding into nearly every industry. While the benefits of this recurring revenue model are clear, the marketing strategies for this segment are not as obvious. This article shares a four-step marketing approach for this unique audience.
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Summary - A new market study, titled “Global And Japan 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=yBased on regional and country-level analysis, the Content Marketing Service market has been segmented as follows: North America United States Canada Europe Germany France U.K. Italy Russia Nordic Rest of Europe Asia-Pacific China Japan South Korea Southeast Asia India Australia Rest of Asia-Pacific Latin America Mexico Brazil Middle East & Africa Turkey Saudi Arabia UAE Rest of Middle East & AfricaIn 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.
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