4 Ways to Use Google Analytics to Find Content Ideas

BRAD SMITH | August 6, 2018

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Data is pivotal in all marketing campaigns. Companies that leverage data are able to better understand their customers. Data-driven marketing results in greater customer loyalty, customer engagement, and increases in the number of customers. However, we mostly use data to inform SEO, PPC, or social campaigns. These areas of marketing are clearly data-driven. But, there’s no reason we can’t use data to create better blog content, too. The trouble is, most people see content marketing as a creative endeavor. This is certainly true as content needs to be engaging for readers. Yet, we also use content marketing to get results (i.e., generate leads or sales). To get the highest impact results in content marketing, we have to use a data-driven approach.

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