Content Marketing Study

  • Can Publishers Convince Consumers to Trust Native Advertising?

    …, and it isn’t overly hard to do.” It’s a sentiment echoed by Stephanie Losee, managing editor at Dell, which has twice run branded content in The New York Times. “Audiences don’t need or want to be tricked. Metrics show audiences click on and share great content, no matter who pays for or publishes it.” Quality Rules Sponsored content may not be objective…

    Tessa Wegert/ The Content Strategistin Content- 19 readers -
  • The State of Content Marketing 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

    … Close to one third of marketers believe that content marketing will be the most commercially important digital marketing trend for 2015, and half expect their budgets to increase accordingly, reveals a new study. Smart Insights polled more than 600 readers about their marketing activity for 2015, and found that 29.6 percent of respondents…

    Shea Bennett/ Inside Facebookin Social Content- 30 readers -
  • The Best Branded Content of January

    … corporate team for not freaking out when their account starts tweeting bizarre candy-themed Katy Perry fan fiction or when their popular Tumblr keeps posting mysterious missives about a broccoli apocalypse. But most of all, give them credit for being the first item in our roundup of the best branded content of January. In January, Denny’s released…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Social Content Twitter- 36 readers -
  • How to Get a Bigger Content Budget in 2015

    … wishful thinking. Research from the Content Marketing Institute suggests the most effective marketers are the ones with the most resources. The most effective B2C marketers allocate 29 percent of their marketing budget on content, while the least effective allocate only 17 percent. In B2B, the difference is more drastic, with the most effective…

    Celine Roque/ The Content Strategistin Content How To's- 29 readers -
  • LinkedIn Beats Twitter for Content Marketing, Says Study

    … LinkedIn has leap-frogged Twitter as the No. 1 social network for content marketing, reveals a new study. A December survey from the Content Marketing Institute and the Direct Marketing Association UK found that 96 percent of respondents use LinkedIn for content marketing, compared to 85 percent in 2013. Twitter finished second in the poll…

    Shea Bennett/ AllFacebookin Social Content- 27 readers -
  • Four in Five Marketers Promote Content via Social Media [STUDY]

    … 80 percent of U.S. marketing professionals use social media to promote their content, reveals a new study. June 2014 research by OneSpot and The 614 Group found that social sharing was the second most common content marketing strategy for marketers in the States, beaten only by promotion on their own website, which was used by 87 percent of respondents. Organic search (72 percent), newsletters (59 percent) and press (59 percent) rounded out the top five. (Source: eMarketer.) …

    Shea Bennett/ AllTwitterin Social Content- 3 readers -
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