Google+ was expected to be the search giant's breakthrough initiative that finally dislodged Facebook from social networking supremacy. Two years later, however, Google+ has barely made a dent in Mark Zuckerberg's empire. Although it has failed to achieve mass adoption, Google+ still deserves a place in your marketing portfolio - just not for the reasons you'd typically expect.
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Attribution modeling allows marketers the ability to learn what channels website visitors interacted with prior to completing a conversion. But simply configuring a tool, such as Google Analytics Multi-Channel Funnels, only solves half your problem. Even when you know all the channels involved in the conversion cycle, how do you properly assign credit?
Let's face it - "I know half of my marketing dollars are wasted, I just don't know which half" is no longer accepted the way it used to be. Boardrooms are demanding to know exactly what gains were produced as a result of their online marketing investment. If you need to calculate the economic value of your digital marketing initiatives, where do you begin?
According to a recent survey conducted by Ad Age of nearly 600 marketers, content marketing is now consuming 12 percent of marketers' budgets - a figure that is projected to grow in the coming year as 55 percent of marketers report their content-marketing budgets are expected to increase.
We all have know that one person who isn't very good at e-mail. The type of person who repeatedly forwards us chain letters or those messages that implore us to not purchase gas on a specific day. But if there are people who are bad at e-mail, logically, that means there are people who are really good at it. And take it from me, there are most definitely some people who are good at e-mail.