data analysis - Caroline Lozano
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    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,  Data visualization

    3 Useful Tips for A Good Data Presentation

    Collecting and analyzing data is a great way to help marketers (and business owners) make informed decisions. Whether it’s big data or analytics, there is a myriad of ways you can gather insightful information that can allow you to gain a competitive advantage. However, it isn’t enough to just organize your data onto a presentation software and showcase it to your intended audience. Your audience needs to understand what’s going on—the bigger picture your data is trying to express. It doesn’t matter what type of data presentation or data visualization tool you use; the rules apply for all. Without an effective data presentation, your hard work becomes stale, transforming into…

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    Blog,  Social Media Marketing

    How Good Infographics Tell A Compelling Story

    Whether you’re posting on social media or providing audiences with valuable information, infographics are amazing tools to use for accurate and engaging communication. When done correctly, infographics are insightful and useful for audiences because of how quickly they can provide information with great visuals. A good infographic raises questions that interest your audience, especially if it’s visually pleasing to look at. It also tells a good story—a trait that is highly necessary to build brand awareness and recall among customers. Here are a few ways an exceptional infographic can tell a compelling story.   It engages audiences with headings. When you look at an infographic, one of the first elements…

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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…

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    Blog,  Data cleaning

    3 Types of Dirty Data to Beware

    The word “pollution” is often associated with the environment. Plastic bags, straws in the ocean—you get the drift. However, what many people don’t know is that pollution also exists in the business world. Yes, you heard that right. Since many businesses and firms are data-driven organizations, there’s a chance that data may become corrupted or obsolete. When data becomes insufficient, outdated, or inaccurate, it typically referred to as “dirty data”. Dirty data isn’t something you can just ignore. For many businesses, dirty data can lead to interruptions during regular business operations and pose countless other risks. As marketers, it’s important to identify the difference in dirty data that we may…