The growth and interest in Content Marketing is now an undeniable force for businesses and marketing. Content marketing is an imperative for brands who want to reach their buyers in an information-saturated world.
We are no longer asking whether content marketing is the future. We are now looking to understand the future of content marketing.
Along the way, I've been collecting facts, stats and insights on the future of content marketing that support the need for change. Change away from traditional push-based messages that our audience is increasingly tuning out.
And so thanks to folks like the Content Marketing Institute / MarketingProfs, the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), Tom Pick and many others, here are 33 stats on the future of content marketing.
I've tried to weave it into a story that shows the problems we face in trying to reach our audience, the need for change, the importance of content marketing and the techniques we can employ to be successful. I hope you find these helpful in your own efforts. And please help me add to the list? What important content marketing stats did I forget: