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Mind the gap.
There’s a gap that exists in content marketing and it’s causing
a mess. One that many firms are making even worse.
With st...
Imagine every B2B organization in North America as 100 firms.
Just 14 of those firms DON’T use content marketing.
86% of firms DO use content marketing.
Those firms were asked how successful they were at tracking the
return on investment from content marketing campaigns.
Just 18 of our 86 firms feel confident in their organizations
ability to track the return of content marketing campaigns.
...
21% 64% 15%
55 of these B2B firms feel that their ability to track ROI from content
marketing is either mediocre or not at...
More organizations using content marketing
Lack of success in tracking content marketing ROI
&
Disaster.
(and it gets worse…)
What did these 86 firms plan to do with their content
marketing budgets in the upcoming year?
55%
47 of the 86 firms plan to increase content marketing
spend over the next year.
55%
32%
28 firms are going to keep the
budget where it is currently.
55%
32% 11%
2%
9 of the firms are unsure of the budgets fate, while just 2 firms
are decreasing or eliminating the budget ...
21% 64% 15%
BUT WAIT! Remember this? 79% of firms either don’t track ROI at all or
feel pretty mediocre about their organi...
55%
32% 11%
2%
These same firms are upping budgets or keeping them the same.
Without even knowing what they’re really gett...
More organizations using content marketing
Lack of success in tracking content marketing ROI
&
Throwin’ money
without discretion
Huge freaking mess.
Clean-up time.
Before a firm even begins a content marketing campaign, it
must identify how the results of the initiative will be reporte...
Leading
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Market
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Now what?
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Content Creators C...
Supporting indicators that
drive leading indicators.
Leading indicators
that prove the
lagging indicators.
Lagging
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Content marketing is inescapable. But proving it's efficacy can be much more elusive. Emily Burkhart of Stryde shares her approach to quantifying and proving the value of content marketing campaigns. Presentation originally given at Inbound Marketing SLC: Content Marketing Focus on August 6, 2015.

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Proving The Value Of Content Marketing

  1. 1. Mind the gap.
  2. 2. There’s a gap that exists in content marketing and it’s causing a mess. One that many firms are making even worse. With statistics applied from the 2015 B2B content marketing report, let’s reveal this growing chasm.
  3. 3. Imagine every B2B organization in North America as 100 firms.
  4. 4. Just 14 of those firms DON’T use content marketing.
  5. 5. 86% of firms DO use content marketing.
  6. 6. Those firms were asked how successful they were at tracking the return on investment from content marketing campaigns.
  7. 7. Just 18 of our 86 firms feel confident in their organizations ability to track the return of content marketing campaigns. 21%
  8. 8. 21% 64% 15% 55 of these B2B firms feel that their ability to track ROI from content marketing is either mediocre or not at all accurate. The remaining 11 firms don’t even bother tracking ROI from content marketing.
  9. 9. More organizations using content marketing Lack of success in tracking content marketing ROI &
  10. 10. Disaster. (and it gets worse…)
  11. 11. What did these 86 firms plan to do with their content marketing budgets in the upcoming year?
  12. 12. 55% 47 of the 86 firms plan to increase content marketing spend over the next year.
  13. 13. 55% 32% 28 firms are going to keep the budget where it is currently.
  14. 14. 55% 32% 11% 2% 9 of the firms are unsure of the budgets fate, while just 2 firms are decreasing or eliminating the budget altogether.
  15. 15. 21% 64% 15% BUT WAIT! Remember this? 79% of firms either don’t track ROI at all or feel pretty mediocre about their organizations abilities to do so.
  16. 16. 55% 32% 11% 2% These same firms are upping budgets or keeping them the same. Without even knowing what they’re really getting in return.
  17. 17. More organizations using content marketing Lack of success in tracking content marketing ROI &
  18. 18. Throwin’ money without discretion
  19. 19. Huge freaking mess.
  20. 20. Clean-up time.
  21. 21. Before a firm even begins a content marketing campaign, it must identify how the results of the initiative will be reported. There are two core reporting groups for every content marketing campaign. The first report is to whomever is holding the purse strings. We’ll refer to that group as the “Chief Suite.” The second group is one that is too often overlooked in reporting processes: the content creators.
  22. 22. Leading Lead Metrics Market Share Revenue Lagging Chief Suite We’ll begin by looking at the key metrics the Chief Suite is interested in and where to find them.
  23. 23. o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  Lagging Choose what represents revenue within your organization. Is the content driving sales? Is the content saving costs?
  24. 24. o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  Leading   Choose metrics that directly impact the lagging indicator. Lead quality Lead quantity Sales cycle duration Market share
  25. 25. o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  Correlation Causation Implementing Tracking Pixels CRM & Sales Close Rates
  26. 26. Site Metrics Query Rankings Social Metrics Supporting Content Creators Too often overlooked, but oh-so critical. It is essential to provide the content creators with results from content marketing campaigns.
  27. 27. Why does the content perform the way it does? o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  Supporting  
  28. 28. o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  Bounce Rate Social Engagement Search Query Rankings Website TrafficConsumption Habits User Paths Use these metrics to identify:
  29. 29. Now what?
  30. 30. Leading Lead Metrics Market Share Site Metrics Query Rankings Social Metrics Supporting Revenue Lagging Content Creators Chief Suite
  31. 31. Supporting indicators that drive leading indicators. Leading indicators that prove the lagging indicators. Lagging indicators. Identify & CONTINUOUSLY DOCUMENT the:
  32. 32. twitter @realemilylouisa

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