Skyword Inc, a content marketing platform and service provider, is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts and has an office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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  • Study: Brand Content Drives Massive Brand Lift

    …, Scripted, and Skyword) and media brands we admire (the Content Marketing Institute, The New York Times, and Condé Nast). Engaged and unengaged subscribers alike rated Contently more than twice as highly as each of our SaaS competitors. We found that surprising, but even more surprising was how well we rated in comparison to the media brands we…

    The Content Strategistin EMail Content- 18 readers -
  • Consumer Views of Branded Video Marketing on the Rise

    … views, ReelSEO reports, compared to 90 campaigns which generated just under 70 million views back in 2009. In other words, video views for major nonprofit campaigns increased by a whopping 857 percent in just six years. The signs are clear: Online video marketing works, whether for a product announcement or a nonprofit campaign. Smart video storytelling earns eyeballs. A strong content marketing strategy can help brands create moving stories that connect with viewers. This article originally appeared on Skyword. …

    Krystal Overmyer/ Relevancein Content YouTube- 16 readers -
  • Driving Quality Leads: Better Than Going Viral

    …, it’s another effective way of driving leads into your database directly from your blog content. Experiment with each of these strategies to see which works for your business and with your particular audience. This article originally appeared on Skyword. …

    Brian Honigman/ Relevancein Content- 18 readers -
  • How Using LinkedIn and Other Social Platforms Helps Content Marketing Succeed

    … traffic. It brought about a larger content strategy where Intel would publish stories without any initial spend and then promote only those that were gaining traction within hours of going live. Using this tactic, Intel has managed to double the amount of monthly uniques. The proliferation of social media has gone beyond just sharing and liking, with marketers and publishers both taking hard looks at available channels and weaving social into their content and distribution strategies. This article originally appeared on Skyword.…

    Riley Wilson/ Relevancein Content How To's- 6 readers -
  • 17 Content Marketing Predictions for 2015

    … platforms (Kapost, NewsCred, Skyword) into marketing automation platforms, content management systems, and email service providers will be the most requested need by Q3 2015. —Ray Cheng, VP of Marketing 6. At least 10 prominent content marketers will offer real case studies showing real, measurable business results from doing great content. —Neil…

    The Content Strategistin Social Content YouTube- 26 readers -
  • Content Mapping Is a Winning Strategy to Deepen Customer Relationships

    … content. Ninety-one percent of B2C marketers segment their content in some way, according to a report from CMI and MarketingProfs. This targeted writing approach gives brands the ability to deliver content to a specific consumer segment when they need it. By using content mapping, brands can better understand what buyers want and create content relevant to them. This article originally appeared on Skyword.…

    Krystal Overmyer/ Relevancein SEO Content- 6 readers -
  • As a Content Marketing Tool, Retargeting Offers Rich Rewards

    … also contributing to better retargeting efforts. The cost of that content can be split between content and retargeting strategies, and the original content can also be promoted on social media while appearing in organic—and even paid—online searches. This type of double-duty isn’t only important to maximize the value of content marketing; it’s also another way to get content in front of audiences and drive traffic back to the business. This article originally appeared on Skyword. …

    Jonathan Crowl/ Relevancein Social Display Content Google Facebook Twitter Retargeting- 10 readers -
  • Mobile Content Strategy Offers Access to Growing Market

    … Mobile, Owned Media, Shared Media Time spent in mobile apps increased by 21 percent in the past year, continuing an upward trend. Consumers are spending more overall online time on their mobile devices—according to data from Localytics, the average session length within a mobile app remained consistent at 5.7 minutes, but consumers are now…

    Jonathan Crowl/ Relevancein Social Content- 8 readers -
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