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Content Marketing: Think Like a Publisher--How to Use Content to Market Online and in Social Media (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 14 ott 2011

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Rebecca Lieb is a globally recognised expert on digital marketing, publishing, and media and content strategy. She founded and led Econsultancy's US operations, was VP and editor-in-chief of The ClickZ Network for over seven years and ran Search Engine Watch. She has held executive positions at strategic e-services consultancies and global media companies and has written for The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and authored The Truth AboutSearch Engine Optimization, an Amazon.com best-seller.

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4.0 su 5 stelle Concise survey of content marketing 5 marzo 2014
Di Andrew Everett - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
"Instead of advertising, the shift is toward publishing... Companies are sharing: knowledge, expertise, and how-to. They know customers who might not have 30 seconds to spend on watching one of their ads might gladly surrender 30 minutes to dive into truly useful content."

Continuing the 'think like a publisher' theme, an editorial calendar "ties that broader schedule together with specifics such as holidays, trade shows, company announcements, events (such as webinars), or new product launches... The editorial calendar also serves as an invaluable map for repurposing content."

The book includes examples of companies with impressive ROI from their content marketing efforts.
* Eloqua, a B2B technology company, "has, within two quarters, attributed $2.5 million in closed business to prospects who first downloaded one of the company's ebooks. Another $4 million is in the active buying process, according to the company."
* With an investment of only $1000, Blendtec created a series of "Will It Blend?" videos starring its CEO putting various objects in a blender. "Sales of Dickson's blenders rose more than 700%."
* Online shoe retailer Zappos has also found success with internally produced videos. The company has "more than 58,000 short videos of its staff (not professional models) showing off the shoes, bags, and clothes it sells. It found that when a product page includes a video explanation, not only do purchases rise [30%], but also returns decrease... The company is currently pumping out some 400 new short videos per day."
* SAP observed that traffic from social media sites "was converting at 2.5 times the amount of organic search traffic... `We believe the high conversion rate is because these people are very much engaged... They're the ones who are beginning to reach out to their peers and consult other people, which usually means they're farther down in the buying cycle than the people who are kicking the tires... a solid reason for having keyword research in place."

SEO is a key topic in this book. "Nothing matters more in search engine optimization than content... Before the first sentence, tagline, or headline is written, be sure to identify those keywords and key phrases your target audience is likely to use when searching for your website, articles, blog entries, or other content initiatives."

To optimize multimedia, the author explains that "filenames are accorded the most weight by search engines when it comes to ranking...." A transcript of the dialogue is another effective way to optimize audio and video.

The author also discusses user-generated content, like reviews. "Any ecommerce merchant who runs reviews on its site will tell you it increases sales--as well as search engine optimization... Users often use the same language to discuss products that searchers use when seeking those same products."

Buying cycle is a recurring theme in the book. "It's the specific, targeted terms... that attract the targeted traffic at the bottom of the purchase or conversion funnel." The author also refers to creating the appropriate "serving size" for each stage of the buying cycle. "The very basis of any content is to serve the needs of varying customer constituencies: to educate and inform them, to answer their questions throughout the buying cycle, and to help them better understand and use the products and services you're offering."

"At the heart of content marketing is listening, responding, and crafting appropriate content based on what's `out there' ... Chris Brogan recommends... 25% listening, 50% commenting/responding, and 25 % publishing... Monitoring customer support forums for issues and problems that crop up with new and old products is another way of learning what types of content should be added to FAQs, manuals, videos, and other support channels. External listening is critical, too... on Facebook, Twitter, in user groups, and on discussion boards."

Chapter 20 is about how to conduct a content audit. "The aim is to provide a qualitative analysis of all the content on the website... in tandem with a content inventory." Part of this process is to identify out of date content and any gaps in content.

Overall, this is a decent survey of content marketing, although a good copy editor could have made it better. The author previously wrote The Truth About Search Engine Optimization.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Help your stakeholders understand 25 novembre 2011
Di Jim Burns - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Content Marketing is good book for people who want or need an initial understanding of Content Marketing.

I read it in a couple of hours on a plane ride. This makes it a good book to share with senior executives and others to help explain "why we're taking this approach to marketing". We all need that. We're all working with a few who "get it," surrounded by far too many who don't.

Given the significant mind, strategy and budget shifts required for organizations to pursue this course, making the case for content marketing is the first challenge proponents usually face.

Given the "dabbling" approaches and under performance organizations experience, having the plan and discipline to execute effectively is the next challenge.

Given the collaborative nature of content marketing, if the people we work with and require to provide key inputs (subject exerts) don't understand, the velocity, effectiveness and outcomes of this approach are significantly reduced. This book can help.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A great resource! 7 agosto 2012
Di Kevin Campbell Films - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
A fantastic resource for anyone who wants to get ahead with their online marketing. It really opened my eyes to what I can offer my clients (who have asked me about content publishing) and I've given a copy of this book to the marketing people I work with. Well done!
4.0 su 5 stelle Great Book! 3 marzo 2014
Di Vincent - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that wants to understand what Content marketing is about. Clear and concise, I am eager to apply the content in my day to day business.
4 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Lots of specific real-world examples 15 novembre 2011
Di Ken Jansen - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Content Marketing is one of my top 5 picks for 2011. Rebecca Lieb does an amazing job of using specific real world examples of what to do and what not to do. She lists the reasoning behind those thoughts. You do 'this' because.... Try to avoid doing 'that' because... Which is extremely helpful so you understand not just the how-to but the why-to. The chapters are well thought out and succinct. The advice is specific and actionable. She packs a ton of information into a small space. My brain felt 'well fed' after reading it. The layout of the book lends itself to reading it in bursts. I highly recommend the book.

my only 'complaint': p.59 famous vs infamous. :) James T. Kirk.