POE is an acronym for the three methods of content distribution. Paid, Owned and Earned media are all viable strategies for building your authority and spreading your reach in social media. Paid, Owned, Earned Media Paid Media – is the use of paid advertising channels to drive traffic and the brand’s overall message to your content. It’s used to create awareness, jumpstart other forms of media and to get your content seen by new audiences.
Sometimes we forget how deep we are in the business and forget to just give someone an introduction to the basic terminology or acronyms that are floating around as we talk about online marketing. Lucky for you, Wrike has put together this Online Marketing 101 infographic that walks you through all of the basic marketing terminology you need to hold a conversation with your marketing professional. Affiliate Marketing – Finds external partners to market your
We’re seeing quite a change when it comes to digital marketing and this infographic from Smart Insights breaks down the strategies and provides some data that speaks well to the change. From an agency standpoint, we’re watching as more and more agencies adopt a wider array of services. It’s been almost 6 years since I launched my agency, DK New Media, and I was advised by some of the best agency owners in the industry
Content promotion is dependent upon 3 primary channels – paid media, owned media and earned media. Although these types of media aren’t new, it’s the prominence of and approach to owned and earned media which has changed, challenging the more traditional paid media. Pamela Bustard, The Media Octopus Paid, Owned and Earned Media Definitions According to The Media Octopus, the definitions are: Paid Media – Anything that is paid for to drive traffic to owned
This was an interesting infographic that I wanted to share from Wolfgang Jaegel. Not simply because it provides insight into what content marketing strategies are being deployed by B2B marketers, but because of the gap that I see in what content is being deployed versus what the impact of those strategies might be. In order of popularity, the list is social media, articles on your website, newsletters, blogs, in-person events, case studies, videos, articles on