Data Driven Content Strategy and Outreach


Published on

Data Driven Content Strategy and Outreach - a method for better search marketing strategy and outreach.

1 Comment
  • just before I looked at the receipt which had said $8866 , I be certain …that…my brothers friend was realey erning money parttime online. . there brothers friend has done this for only about seven months and resantly repayed the mortgage on their place and bourt a great Mazda MX-5 . go now……..www.JOBS505.Com
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Data Driven Content Strategy and Outreach

  1. DATA DRIVEN CONTENT STRATEGY AND OUTREACH SMX Sydney 2014 Richard Baxter Founder @builtvisible
  2. Remember when this: was supposed to be a legit way to get links?
  3. Really targeted.
  4. Why am I going to talk to you about this?
  5. Here’s a good guide to getting your small business started: “2 useful articles via @accountancyage”
  6. A typical content marketing project: Social data touches our projects here And here And here And here
  7. A Really Targeted Creative Process: Discovery Creative Planning Stakeholder Recruitment Production Launch Social data touches our projects here And here And here And here
  8. “Which publishers should I be targeting?”
  9. “What content is most likely to work?”
  10. “Which influencers should I be talking to?”
  11. Tools you’ll need
  12. Gwittr generates *awesome* stats and insights from individual Twitter feeds. Needs a lot of scraping.
  13. GPlusData – find influential people on Google+ with powerful search functionality.
  14. Buzzsumo – use to export bulk social metrics by domain
  15. What is my target audience sharing?
  16. Our Process Refine results from Follower wonk Gather followers Order results by Social Authority Extract “Domains shared”
  17. Bio Keyword Tweets + Follow Count Social Authority
  18. Followerwonk Fetcher!
  19. Get that BIO link too! Tip
  20. Get the Intersect - Who do *your* followers tend to follow? - Who do your competitor’s followers tend to follow? - Who do those people tend to follow?
  21. Domains your audience share: 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Count of Follower Domains Average of DA
  22. Top social channels shared by your followers: 0 50 100 150 200 250
  23. What are your most influential followers sharing?
  24. Social sites shared by your followers:
  25. Amazing multiple link sources Already Linking to Client Linking to Competitor 1 Linking to Competitor 2 Mentioned in the twitter bio of someone who follows Client Mentioned in the twitter bio of someone who follows Competitor 1 Mentioned in the twitter bio of someone who follows Competitor 2 Sending referral traffic to competitor
  26. Easy Win Tip #1 Gather all the twitter profiles that follow your competitors Cross reference that with who follows you Collate a list of who follows your competitors, but not you
  27. Expand your customer database to include social handles, demographics, social authority…
  28. Influential people
  29. Tip: Find the most influential accounts followed by your followers with your keyword in the biography. Get them on the payroll.
  30. Links. Find me the links!
  31. Find the websites shared in the twitter data linking to your competitors but not you. Prioritise these prospects.
  32. Top domains shared by your followers that don’t link to you
  33. Top domains shared by your competitors’ followers that don’t link to you.
  34. Find the domains which intersect these datasets: 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sum of Number of Datasets site exists in Average of Referring Domains
  35. What are these people sharing? Or – content strategy pt 1
  36. MEDIUMS – what are they sharing?
  37. Data from using Birdsong
  38. How many clicks did your competitors get for that thing they did?
  39. Exploring new formats
  40. Take a reputable publication: longform
  41. Crawl for content you’re interested in:
  42. Use a tool of your choice to extract social metrics:
  43. Export and sort by social success:
  44. Identify journalists
  45. Again, pick a publisher:
  46. Crawl + export your post URLs:
  47. Scrape author names:
  48. Sort authors by social success & topical relevancy:
  49. Paste into Tagul for *fast* Google Queries
  50. Mailtester and Rapportive
  51. Want some more information?
  52. Thanks Google Plus!
  53. Collect number of profile views: − Follower Count − Profile Views − Location − Job Title
  54. Want to know who else your author writes for?
  55. The [social] world is your oyster. Happy scraping researching!
  56. THANK YOU Any Questions? Richard Baxter Founder