marketing tools
Category: Insight, Ronn Torossian

Essential Tools in Marketing Efforts

A company’s content marketing strategy should always be changing in the direction of providing content according to what the consumers want to see.

That’s why companies should use content marketing analytics to generate more data and to learn what consumers want from their websites.

Although analytics can be initially overwhelming, they’ve provided companies with plenty of invaluable insights they might not otherwise see from the surface-level results of their content marketing campaigns.

With the insights provided by marketing analytics tools, companies can shift their content marketing strategies to improve their performance.

Campaign Performance

The goal of any marketing campaign is to attract and help customers convert. As companies start creating more marketing campaigns, they should use the results of their past campaigns to guide their marketing strategies. One of the best tools for generating results from past campaigns is Google analytics.

The platform allows companies to create custom tracking metrics and dashboards to better understand all of the important key performance indicators (KPIs) in one spot. They can choose different KPIs for every campaign, and the information that the tool generates is invaluable.

Through Google Analytics companies can see which traffic sources have the best impact on the performance of their marketing campaigns. They can also keep track of the revenue and the sessions of the website visitors to understand how consumers are behaving on their websites.

Content Templates

Companies that have been sharing content with their target audiences for any amount of time understand that there are several different types of content.

There are guides, interviews, listicles, case studies, cheat sheets, and infographics, among many other types of content.

With so many different content types for companies to choose from, there are times when businesses might start to wonder which content type fits their target audience best.

When companies analyze the performance of their content marketing efforts, they can learn all about the types of content that their target audiences prefer to see. 

Thus companies should use this information in their future content marketing campaigns. This information can help companies create content that their website visitors will interact with, and content templates with a similar format to other pages with high traffic.

Heat Maps

Although graphs, flow charts, and tables can provide plenty of useful information to businesses, visual data is a lot more helpful.

That’s where heat maps can come in handy, especially when it comes to understanding how website visitors are interacting with the different elements of a company’s website. Heat maps give companies a visual representation of where every user clicks on a page.

They can also provide companies with information on how far visitors scroll down on a website, where they cover their cursors, and where they are looking.

There are various tools that companies can use to get this type of information, which they can then utilize to improve the user experience and website flow. Using heat maps can help companies create more user-friendly websites, which will make it easier for target audiences to navigate content on a company’s page.

A company’s content marketing strategy should always be changing in the direction of providing content according to what the consumers want to see. That’s why companies should use content marketing analytics to generate more data and to learn what consumers want from their websites. Although analytics can be initially overwhelming, they’ve provided companies with plenty of invaluable insights they might not otherwise see from the surface-level results of their content marketing campaigns. With the insights provided by marketing analytics tools, companies can shift their content marketing strategies to improve…