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How Intent Data Can Supercharge Your Content Syndication Initiatives

Kay Kienast252c CMO True InfluenceIf you are responsible for lead generation activities, website content, white papers, blogs, links, articles, tweets, E-books, videos and more, chances are you’re a true believer that content is king. The ability to push your content out to publishers and third-party sites, while you retain full copyright, helps you reach potential prospects who may never have been introduced to your products or services otherwise. In essence, you’ll have the distinct advantage of reaching a much broader audience in a much shorter period of time.

Data, Content And ABM Experimentation Helping B2B Marketers Perfect Their Demand Plan For 2019

To create the perfect demand plan for 2019, B2B organizations must identify what channels, content and other tactics work best at different stages of the buying journey based on the company’s business objectives, buyer demands and expectations. In-depth analysis of past campaigns, and the results generated from them, ultimately position marketers to better map out their go-to-market strategy for next year. 

New Research: Top-Performing Marketers Prioritize Audience Needs, Leverage Email And Educational Content For Nurturing

Ninety percent of best-in-class marketers put their audience’s informational needs above their company’s sales/promotional messages, according to new research from the Content Marketing Institute, MarketingProfs and Conductor.

The report, titled B2B Content Marketing 2019: Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends — North America, surveyed responses from 771 B2B marketers and analyzed strategies for improving content marketing efforts and driving success. Additional findings include:

  • Email and educational content are the top two ways B2B marketers nurture their audience;
  • 56% of marketers have increased their spending on content creation in the past year and 37% have increased their content marketing staff; and
  • The three main content marketing concerns are changes to SEO/search algorithms (61%), changes to social media algorithms (45%) and making content marketing a revenue center (41%).

“It’s terrific to see how many content marketers are putting the audience first,” said Lisa Murton Beets, Research Director at the Content Marketing Institute, in a statement. “This was a novel concept to many traditional marketers 10 years ago … [but] now it’s a common practice among the most successful content marketers surveyed [and] we can see how much marketers have adjusted their thinking.”

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