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How Do You Use Four Key Areas Of Content Analytics and What Metrics Do You Use To Track, Measure and Score Content Success?

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How Do You Use Four Key Areas Of Content Analytics and What Metrics Do You Use To Track, Measure and Score Content Success?

How Do You Use Four Key Areas Of Content Analytics and What Metrics Do You Use To Track, Measure and Score Content Success?

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  • 1. MAKE IT COUNT: CONTENT MARKETING ANALYTICS
  • 2. YOUR CONTENT PILE IS OVERFLOWING.
  • 3. MEANWHILE, YOU HAVE NO IDEA how any one piece is bringing in leads or sales.
  • 4. YOU’RE CLUELESS. But you’re not alone.
  • 5. ONLY 27% OF B2B MARKETERS say they are effectively tracking content utilization metrics.
  • 6. THE GOOD NEWS: for companies who ARE thinking about their strategies, content is looking pretty good.
  • 7. FOR THEM, CONTENT LOOKS MORE LIKE GEMS, less like piles.
  • 8. DON’T GET STUCK WITH A PILE.
  • 9. ANALYZE. In other words, look at your results, count them, write them down, and keep it up. MEASURE. TRACK.
  • 10. THERE ARE FOUR KEY AREAS to focus your analytic efforts.
  • 11. PRODUCTION: /prəˈdəkSHən/ noun: the action of making or manufacturing content assets from raw ideas and materials. •  Number of content assets produced •  Types of content produced •  Content produced by author
  • 12. ENGAGEMENT /enˈgājmənt/ noun: the action of engaging: reading, downloading, sharing, viewing, +1ing, pinning, tumbling, sending. •  Social shares •  Inbound links •  Repeat visitors
  • 13. PERFORMANCE: /pərˈfôrməns/ noun: the extent to which a piece of content is profitable, effective, and successful at producing your marketing goals. •  Unique visits •  Page views •  Organic search •  Direct traffic •  Referral traffic
  • 14. WHEN IT’S APPLICABLE Also look at conversions within each of those categories.
  • 15. CONVERSIONS: The number of anonymous visitors who become known records in your marketing database.
  • 16. AND THE FOURTH AND FINAL METRIC… (which we think is the coolest)
  • 17. CONTENT SCORING.
  • 18. CONTENT SCORING /kənˈtent skôr/ verb: The new data-driven process for tracking how each piece of content is driving leads and conversions. •  Conversions due to content •  Revenue due to content •  Business impact of content
  • 19. Best ROI! CONTENTSCORE EFFECTIVENESS IN PRODUCING LEADS
  • 20. BUT HOW?
  • 21. YOU START BY WORKING BACKWARDS from your buyer’s journey.
  • 22. 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 EACH PIECE OF CONTENT TOUCHED is divided evenly.
  • 23. CONTENT SCORING THEN ASSIGNS A NUMERICAL VALUE TO EACH PIECE OF CONTENT. You can even assign greater weight to the first or last content touched.
  • 24. Blog B Whitepaper Blog A Podcast Email eBook .45 .025 .025 .025 .025 .45 Whitepaper Blog A Blog B Podcast Email .45 .033 .033 .033 .45 BECAUSE EVERY BUYER’S JOURNEY DOESN’T LOOK THE SAME. .45 .033 .033 .033 .45 Blog B eBook Blog A Email Webinar *CONTENT SCORES WITH GREATER WEIGHT ASSIGNED TO FIRST AND LAST TOUCH
  • 25. TOUCH Webinar Blog Podcast Video Email eBook Whitepaper BUYER 1 CONTENT SCORE .45 .025 .025 .025 .025 .45 0 .9 .075 .025 .025 .75 .9 .2 BUYER 2 .45 .05 0 0 .05 .45 .2 FOR EXAMPLE YOUR CONTENT SCORE MAY LOOK LIKE THIS…
  • 26. SORT YOUR CONTENT SCORE BY •  Content vs. campaign •  Most influential vs. least influential •  Conversions vs. $
  • 27. THE POWER OF ALL YOUR CONTENT suddenly appears.
  • 28. CONTENT SCORING SHOWS which pieces of content are effective.
  • 29. PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER.
  • 30. ALL THESE NUMBERS... WHICH DO WE TRACK?
  • 31. THINK OF YOUR ANALYTICS as a car dashboard.
  • 32. THERE’S A LOT GOING ON UNDER THE HOOD. But only a few things really matter.
  • 33. PRODUCTION ENGAGEMENT CADENCE CONTENT SCORE SPEED RPM MILEAGE MPG
  • 34. A SIMPLE ANALYTICS VEHICLE is possible with a few standard systems:
  • 35. A CRM SYSTEM MARKETING AUTOMATION SPREADSHEETS GOOGLE ANALYTICS
  • 36. A MORE POWERFUL ANALYTICS VEHICLE includes a few extra calibrators.
  • 37. A CRM SYSTEM MARKETING AUTOMATION CONTENT MARKETING SOFTWARE SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT
  • 38. WITH THESE SYSTEMS in place and running…
  • 39. YOU’RE LOOKING AT a whole new kind of pile.
  • 40. DIVE DEEPER INTO CONTENT SCORING READ ABOUT CONTENT MARKETING SOFTWARE WATCH VIDEO DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK
  • 41. THANK YOU. You’re all set.

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