content marketing - Caroline Lozano
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    Blog,  Content Marketing,  Social Media Marketing

    How to Use the Distribution Approach to Improve Your Content Marketing

    Many brands enhance their content marketing by carefully blending different content strategies and promotion efforts. However, while these tactics may work, there’s still a missing piece of the puzzle that becomes apparent throughout their marketing process. Many of these brands struggle when it comes to seeing the bigger picture of their efforts and creating value for their customers. Without the right approach, these brands risk losing out on making the most of their content marketing efforts. Fortunately, there is an effective integrated approach that serves as a solution: the distribution approach to marketing exchange. It helps marketers produce content that is customer-centric and smooths the flow of information. According to…

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    Blog,  Branding

    How Brand Loyalty Has Evolved in Content Marketing

    Brand loyalty hasn’t been the same since the dawn of the Internet age. In the past, brand loyalty was something that many companies hoped for through traditional marketing means, such as catchy TV commercials and billboard advertisements. These efforts mostly relied on placing promotional materials in front of consumers and hoping something would stick. Unfortunately, marketing in this format didn’t (and still doesn’t) provide a lot of useful data about consumers. It also doesn’t help marketers generate and measure brand loyalty in a reliable way. In today’s world, using these marketing efforts to build brand loyalty is a thing of the past, especially with the rise in digital usage. For…

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    Blog,  Content Marketing,  Video

    How to Conduct an Effective Interview (with a High-Level Marketer!)

    I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Mason Cosby, the Marketing Director of Mojo Media Labs and Podcast Host of The Marketing Ladder to learn more about his take on the current digital and content marketing landscape, especially from a B2B perspective. While the interview went absolutely great, I can’t help but think how things could’ve gone awry if I hadn’t been properly prepared. If I didn’t take the time to consider what technology to use, how to use it, or create an outline of questions, there’s a huge chance my interview would’ve crashed and burned. Of course, you may think conducting an interview is easier than slicing a cake.…

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    Blog,  Content Marketing

    Building A Digital Video Content Plan Draft: Tips for Content Marketers

    It’s decided—you’re launching your first ever video content promotion campaign. As a content marketer, you’ll be embarking on an incredibly exciting venture that’ll help you achieve various key objectives. From increasing engagement to getting your marketing messages across, video content is an essential tool for helping you communicate your brand to your target audience. And you’re not the first content marketer to use video content to its fullest potential. According to Social Media Week, 88% of marketers are planning to invest more in video content in their future campaigns. Another 86% of marketers reported on Wyzowl that their video efforts have helped them increase traffic to their website. Clearly, there…

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    Blog,  Brand Awareness,  Branding

    3 Ways Effective Content Builds Brand Equity

    Whether you like it or not, content marketing has significantly evolved since the advent of the digital age. Gone are the days of relying on the printing press and other traditional means to incorporate brand content. In today’s world, digital tools and platforms dominate the marketing sphere, especially when it comes to content creation. However, while this makes it easier for marketers to create and distribute a brand’s content to their target audience, it also presents a unique challenge. According to Hubspot, around 70% of marketers are currently utilizing content marketing tactics. In the case of content distribution, another study from SEMRush notes that 94% of marketers are using social…

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    Blog,  Content Marketing,  Digital Marketing

    Reach vs. Impressions: What’s the Difference and Why They Matter

    When you’re running a campaign in the digital space, there are several key metrics you’ll need to observe to determine its overall success. For instance, according to Business of Metrics, three of the most important metrics to measure an advertisement’s performance are click-through rate, traffic source, and conversion rate. Whether you’re managing a social media or content marketing campaign, you’ll likely come across two types of metrics: reach and impressions. Reach and impressions are often misunderstood and even mistaken for one another. Although they’re typically grouped together in reports, the truth is that each metric has its own significant definition and importance for a campaign. Learning what makes them different and…

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    Blog

    How Data Science Enhances Content Marketing

    All forms of marketing, including content marketing, revolves around the collection and utilization of data. Regardless of your objectives, you need data to assist you in making informed decisions that can ultimately affect the success of your marketing efforts. When it comes to content marketing, data allows you to create content that reaches and engages the right audience. Now, most marketers track and measure some form of data analytics to monitor the performance of their marketing efforts. In fact, according to the Content Marketing Institute (Links to an external site.), around 73 percent of digital marketers regularly track website analytics to improve their content’s performance. However, while data analysis is widely used…

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    Blog,  Content Marketing,  Content Writing

    Why Quality Content Matters in Digital Marketing

    Due to the rise of the Internet, social media, and technology, digital marketing has become a critical tool for marketers to use in building long-lasting relationships with consumers and increasing brand equity. Through digital marketing efforts like SEO, email marketing, or social media, marketers have the keys to unlock different facets of their consumer’s needs, allowing them to provide these individuals with the right message at the right time. Now, regardless of the type of marketing effort in focus, one key factor that should never be overlooked or underestimated is content. Content is the core of all digital marketing efforts, and marketers should strive to generate quality content that engages…

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    Blog,  Content Marketing,  Content Writing,  SEO

    3 Reasons Why Every Marketer Should Have a Blog

    One of the most challenging aspects of marketing is consistently keeping up with industry trends, engaging topics, and emerging platforms. Sometimes, you’ll have to deal with all of these tasks all at once! Every year, there’s always a new platform or tool that offers huge potential in helping marketers achieve their objectives. For example, according to Oberlo, the popular social media platform, TikTok was launched back in 2016 and has now amassed over 689 million active users worldwide. Depending on the type of customers you or your client are targeting, you need to ensure that you’re staying on top of any possible advancements happening within the industry. Along with this,…

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    Blog,  Marketing Research

    Statistical Significance and Why It Matters to Marketers

    Many marketers are constantly performing the collection and analysis of data. Whether it’s performing t-tests or correlation analysis, there are always important data that require a thorough examination to determine the results of a survey or another study method. During advanced data analysis, one metric that’s often overlooked by marketers is statistical significance. Statistical significance allows you to assess data by determining whether its results are meaningful or just an anomaly. When you examine statistical significance, you can prevent serious mistakes that you can risk your overall marketing efforts. In the marketing world, producing and evaluating the results you produce is the best way to make informed decisions for any…