Calculating ROI for your brand’s content marketing is a frequently asked question. Here are some ways you can answer it and make a stronger business case for content marketing.
Though you can’t copy a brand’s content measurement strategy, you can take inspiration from their philosophies and practices. Learn more about how Marriott, NerdWallet, and Adobe approach content marketing metrics.
Too often, content creators are left in the dark about their content’s performance – the very numbers that are monitored to determine how well it’s working. Here are three tools to help you change that.
Great marketing adds value that customers are willing to invest in and that can create wealth for the business. But not all customer investments involve a purchase. Learn and reflect on how you can develop an audience-as-customer business model.
Once upon a time, measuring content marketing success relied on assumptions and fuzzy conclusions. In a digital world, that was supposed to changed. But now the numbers overwhelm. CMWorld presenters pick the metrics that matter most.
You “voted” and we’re reporting. Discover our five most popular articles about content analytics. They cover performance metrics that matter, Google reports you need, plus social media and influencer evaluation.
If you analyze your metrics like you usually do – within the framework of mostly controllable factors – you’re setting up your content marketing program for failure. It’s time to rewrite the rules of your measurement program.
On the surface, engagement seems like an ideal goal. But take a deeper look at how difficult it is to determine its value. You may want to rethink engagement’s role in your content marketing strategy.
Are you too busy to check your web analytics? CMWorld presenter Andy Crestodina reviews the analytics because he’s busy. Learn what he says your users are telling you about site navigation, conversions, social icons, and videos.
Vanity metrics look great on paper. But the sheen fades when used to explain important business outcomes. And yet, they can shine nicely when used to measure marketing goals. Here’s what you need to know.
Settling for the default analytic metrics deprives you of extremely helpful data. Set up these five custom metrics in Google Analytics to better understand what works best for your readers, viewers, sharers, commenters, and more.
A sound content marketing measurement plan can inform what you should continue, what you should change, what you should stop, and what you should start to deliver bigger and better results for your brand.