Category Archives: Content Optimization

Google Simplifies Publisher Content Guidelines To Reduce Conflicts

Google Simplifies Publisher Content Guidelines To Reduce Conflicts by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, August 28, 2019 Google will standardize the way it presents content policies to publishers in an effort to simplify how it communicates its restrictions and processes. Information seems easy to access, but sometimes communicating the details of rules, regulations, terms and conditions is … Continue reading Google Simplifies Publisher Content Guidelines To Reduce Conflicts

How to Use Smart Content to Decrease Your Website Bounce Rate

Dan Moyle — August 6, 2019 Follow @danmoyle — August 6, 2019 OpenClipart-Vectors / Pixabay We know that a bounce rate measures the percentage of visitors that leave your website after viewing only one page on your site. In other words, they “bounce” back to the search results or referring website. Sure, we want to … Continue reading How to Use Smart Content to Decrease Your Website Bounce Rate

4 Traits You Need in an Employee for Top Notch Content Creation

Kaitlyn Hammond — June 17, 2019 — June 17, 2019 Tumisu / Pixabay Content creators are extremely valuable because they are the link that connects your business to your target audience. Content is anything that can be used to describe your company, such as text, website content, email marketing, blogs, press releases, videos, and images. … Continue reading 4 Traits You Need in an Employee for Top Notch Content Creation

Contextual audience targeting: Pivot your audience strategy from cookies to content

Here are four steps for advertisers and publishers to establish and execute a GDPR-safe, contextually-based audience targeting strategy. Keith Pieper on May 7, 2019 The 2018 European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, started the snowball of data tracking and privacy regulation in the United States, all but killing off what we know as … Continue reading Contextual audience targeting: Pivot your audience strategy from cookies to content

Don’t Know Much About [ ]? Develop Engaging Content Anyway

Don’t Know Much About [ ]? Develop Engaging Content Anyway by Mobs Robertson , April 24, 2019 Growing up in the early aughts without television, I learned just enough about the show “Even Stephens” to join a conversation without having seen the latest episode.  Fast-forward 15 years, and I find myself using that skill frequently … Continue reading Don’t Know Much About [ ]? Develop Engaging Content Anyway

A strong central stack of technology begins with the CMO

Chief marketing officers must map new technologies to core business objectives and articulate how they contribute to meeting goals. Here’s how. Jim Yu on February 28, 2019   There has been an explosion in both consumer technology and marketing technology over the past decade. The simultaneity of those growth spurts is far from coincidental as … Continue reading A strong central stack of technology begins with the CMO

Optimizing for attention: Viewability gives rise to time-in-view metrics, poses challenges

How viewability expectations are evolving and what that means for marketers. Robin Kurzer on January 9, 2019   Many marketers have bristled at the MRC standard of viewability requiring that at least 50 percent of its pixels be in view for at least one second (for video, 50 percent of a player must be in … Continue reading Optimizing for attention: Viewability gives rise to time-in-view metrics, poses challenges

Measuring return on content: It’s simpler (and more important) than you think

Here are some steps you can take to avoid the consequences of neglecting attribution in the mid-funnel. Casey Wuestefeld on November 29, 2018 Marketers are investing billions of dollars in content marketing efforts every year, and yet many have a very weak understanding of the return they see on such investments. According to the Content … Continue reading Measuring return on content: It’s simpler (and more important) than you think

Today’s CMO must tackle these 3 challenges

Chief Strategy Officer Debbie Qaqish on the “Rise of Strategic Marketing Operations Functions.” Amy Gesenhues on October 4, 2018   Pedowitz Group’s Chief Strategy Officer Debbie Qaqish presenting at the MarTech Conference in Boston. “Today’s CMO lives in a tech-infused world,” says Debbie Qaqish, the chief strategy officer for the Pedowitz Group. As a veteran … Continue reading Today’s CMO must tackle these 3 challenges