Quantity

Martech Zone articles tagged quantity:

  • Content MarketingQuantity versus quality of content, a list of questions

    20 Questions For Your Content Marketing Strategy: Quality vs. Quantity

    How many blog posts should we write each week? Or… How many articles will you deliver each month? These may be the worst questions I constantly field with new prospects and clients. While it’s tempting to believe that more content equates to more traffic and engagement, this isn’t necessarily true. The key lies in understanding the varying needs of new…

  • Content MarketingContent Marketing 2023: Trends, Mediums, Channels and Strategies

    The State of Content Marketing In 2023: Benefits, Mediums, Channels, and Trends

    Content marketing is a strategy to create and distribute valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and engage a target audience. This content can take various forms, from blog posts and videos to infographics and podcasts. For several compelling reasons, companies in the business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) sectors invest in content marketing. Why Companies Invest in Content Marketing Establishing…

  • Content MarketingMarketing Budget, Marketing Investment, and Lead Acquisition Expectations

    Expectations on Your Marketing Investment

    We had two fantastic meetings yesterday, one with a client and one with prospects. Both conversations were around expectations on the return on marketing investment (ROI). The first company was largely an outbound sales organization and the second was a large organization largely dependent upon database marketing and direct mail response. Both organizations understood, down to the dollar, how their…

  • Content Marketingfindability

    Findability – 21 New Rules of Content Marketing

    While the foundations of building a site are still in play, it’s the content that’s now successfully driving the success to companies investing in great marketing strategies. Many companies who invested heavily in search engine optimization have seen those investments lost… but companies who continued to push for relevant, frequent and recent content that provided value to their audience continue…

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