In the current environment, the pressure is on all marketers to produce results. Here are three predictions for how the coming year's standout content marketing performers will use data to their advantage.
Laying the groundwork for first-party data success means understanding the variables that shape the journey and the key milestones along the way. And here they all are.
It sounds simple, but writing a good question and collecting reliable answers is harder than it seems—whether you're writing full-fledged survey instruments or quick questions for polls or forms. So here are six sets of expert tips and best-practices.
To discover whether your content marketing is successful and to what extent your content goals have been met, you need to identify your content marketing's key performance indicators. Monitor these nine KPIs.
In our data-rich, content-saturated digital landscape, success lies not in just creating more content but in listening to what your audience is telling you. Because content makes the connections, but data finds the match.
Google Ads continues to be a powerhouse among paid ad platforms, and now there's Google Analytics 4 to help you get more out of your data than ever. This article offers best-practices for using GA4 in paid media campaigns.
How do you strike the right balance between delivering personalized marketing experiences and protecting user privacy? Is it a zero-sum game in which one goal undermines the other, or can they harmoniously coexist?
As cookies and third-party tracking fall out of favor, marketers will need to look beyond paid media and revisit the backbone of SEO: organic search.
Connecting the dots between a prospect's professional and personal profiles is a powerful way to supercharge B2B marketing. Here's why it's important and how it can help you.
The launch of Apple's mail privacy protection two years ago immediately led to cries of "Email opens are dead!" But much like the cries of "Email is dead," they should be ignored. Learn how open rate can still be useful.
Marketers estimate that nearly half of online conversations about their brand or offerings now occur on "dark" social media channels such as messaging apps and private groups, according to recent research.
This article covers what an LTV:CAC ratio is, how to calculate it, and how to present it so you can sell to, acquire, and retain highly valuable customers.
Understanding GA4 metrics is key to effectively analyzing user behavior and getting more revenue out of your website. But knowing the best metrics to use can be tough. This article outlines some of the best options to help support your analysis.
As a marketer, your goal is to deliver real-time, relevant, and engaging experiences to propel your brand forward. Closing customer identity gaps with an identity graph can help.
It's easy to joke about Google's algorithms and mysterious methods of determining page rank. But SEO is measurable. Try these metrics.
Marketing leaders have plenty of data on their plate, but many aren't yet able to convert it into the insight they require to perform better. Get some tactics from this article.
When the world gets chaotic, people turn to what feels safe and familiar. A trustworthy, familiar brand can be the bedrock that keeps your business stable.
You've got a great signup conversion rate! Except... nope, those are full of bots. But what about all that traffic to... nope. Also bots. Sound familiar? Working with the security team can help.
Was your campaign email opened? If the recipient just deleted it anyway, maybe it doesn't matter. Try shifting your email measurements to these eight metrics instead.
Speaking the language of the C-suite not only enhances marketers' credibility but also increases chances for getting meaningful resources for carrying out important marketing activities.
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