How Successful Marketers Combine Content and Email Marketing

How Successful Marketers Combine Content and Email Marketing

And when you combine email and content marketing strategies, you are guaranteed to have a great morning! A recent Ascend2 research study, Email-Driven Content Marketing, examines how marketing professionals are combining email and content marketing, to determine what an effective email-driven content marketing strategy looks like. The next most effective channels are social media and a company’s website or blog for 54% and 51% of marketing professionals, respectively. Defining Your Content and Email Priorities Improving the quality of leads is a top email-driven content marketing strategy priority for a 54% majority of marketing professionals. Digital Content Types That Are Most Effective for Email Videos or motion graphics are considered the most effective types of digital content used for marketing purposes by 44% of marketing professionals. Nearly as effective are webinars or events, and research or eBooks for 43% and 41% of marketing professionals respectively. For example, a research study could produce the following content types: Report: Create a report that is easy to scan and helps the reader answer questions that are important to them. You do the math: 1 research study = 1 report + 1 video + 1 webinar + 8 blog posts + 1 infographic Good News! Marketing Professionals are Achieving Priorities More than half (54%) of marketing professionals consider an email-driven content marketing strategy to be very successful at achieving priorities. You can review the entire Email-Driven Content Marketing Survey Summary Report for guidance on creating your email and content marketing strategy.

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It is hard, if not impossible, for a marketer to finish their first cup of coffee in the morning before they either send out an email campaign or work on a content piece.

And when you combine email and content marketing strategies, you are guaranteed to have a great morning! Email and content marketing is the perfect combination, like peanut butter and jelly, Batman and Robin, hamburgers and fries, and Han Solo and Chewbacca. Like any great combination, you could have just one, but why?

A recent Ascend2 research study, Email-Driven Content Marketing, examines how marketing professionals are combining email and content marketing, to determine what an effective email-driven content marketing strategy looks like. The survey was fielded the week of August 27, 2018, and a total of 224 marketing professionals participated.

Grab a cup of coffee and review the following research findings and consider how you can adjust your strategy to optimize results.

Channel Effectiveness: Email Leads the Parade

Email is clearly considered a most effective channel for marketing content to prospective customers by 82% of marketing professionals. The next most effective channels are social media and a company’s website or blog for 54% and 51% of marketing professionals, respectively. The importance of email is consistent in various Ascend2 research studies on content, email, data, and technology.

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Defining Your Content and Email Priorities

Improving the quality of leads is a top email-driven content marketing strategy priority for a 54% majority of marketing professionals. Increasing conversion rates and the number…

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