I’m back again with another best of content marketing for the automotive industry and if you weren’t able to catch the first one I did, you can find that here. As you may have noticed, many car manufacturers are increasingly using their marketing budgets in new and creative ways in order to entice potential customers into purchasing one of the myriad of products they offer. The automotive marketers use of social media, SEO, and other avenues of online distribution in their campaigns and I have compiled a list of the best automotive content marketing examples in this post.
An important part of search engine optimization is how fast your website loads and functions. It’s not just important for the ease of use of your website visitor, but it is actually used as a signal for search engine rankings. Watch this video to find a few quick tips that you can start to implement now to speed up your website and make sure it has the best chance of ranking well.
Marketers today have access to more data on website visitors, e-mail subscribers, leads and social media fans than ever before. Leveraging this data, in addition to demographic data, helps to ensure marketers can produce the best content for prospective customers. That is, when it’s actually examined and used properly.
Many brands are new to content marketing and use of data, and properly laid out strategies often fall to the wayside. Harvard Business Review reports an estimated 89% of marketers make customer related decisions based on factors other than analytics. It’s imperative to understand how best to execute a data driven content marketing strategy for the best results in today’s online environment. This is especially true in the world of higher education marketing.
Advertising online used to be pretty straightforward. You put your banner on a website; someone saw it on a desktop computer, and boom: you had made your connection. Today, the online advertising space has become a vast landscape navigated by millions across the planet through a series of different channels. Nowadays advertisers have to look at a number of factors when deciding how to reach their audience; things like time of day, location and whether or not the search query is coming from a mobile device are crucial to know when targeting ads. Having this information can greatly increase your chances of reaching new customers at your target ROI.
You should think of impression share as a serving bowl of tasty punch at a party. That full punch bowl represents the overall impression share (ultimately the total number of chances you have to display your ad to a potential customer) that’s available at any given time. You and all of your competitors want a glass. The more glasses you obtain, the more of the overall impression share you’re drinking. When you set up metrics, you’re able to measure that amount you’re drinking as compared to your competitors. This punch is delicious and you want as much as possible! The same principle applies with your search ad campaigns and the actual number of online impressions you can obtain. You want to have the highest level of exposure among the other players in the online market space.