This is a vetted list of the most current, up-to-date content marketing statistics available.
Including stats and facts about:
Content marketing is incredibly powerful.
But one of the hardest parts is coming up with a good idea that will actually work.
So with the help of some experts in the industry, I’ve put together this resource of 100+ amazing content marketing examples.
You can filter them by format and strategy, see their results, and get ideas to inspire your own content.
Bad blog names are confusing, hard to remember, hard to spell, and hard to tell people about. A bad name makes it harder to gain traction and build an audience.
A good name makes all those things much easier.
But most people don’t think properly about naming their blog or business, and they don’t test their ideas either.
This guide will help you find an awesome blog name and URL in 4 steps by using psychology, a little creativity, and a dash of science.
We asked 1,117 bloggers about their techniques and results to find out what’s working best right now.
In this post, you’ll learn what they said about their traffic sources, how they make money, article quality vs. quantity, blog post formats, video, podcasting, and lots more.
Let’s get to the data.
We recently analyzed 3.25 billion website visits to find out:
This report is filled with information that should be useful to anyone who competes for traffic online. Thanks to SimilarWeb for their data, which made this analysis possible.
Now let’s see the study results.
Creating content that people want to share and link to isn’t easy.
You might spend weeks putting together an in-depth article, but when you hit publish…
But I’ve found a nearly surefire method to get traffic, shares, and backlinks for your next piece of content.
It’s called the “Double Survey Technique,” and the first article I created with it resulted in total traffic to this entire site increasing by 843% in the first week.
In this case study, I’ll show you exactly how it works.
Fun fact: you’re going to lose 96% of the people who visit your site today.
On average, only about 4% of site visitors convert before leaving.
Luckily you can use remarketing to bring those people back and convert them into paying customers or engaged users.
In this guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know to use remarketing like an expert.
In the first post on this blog, I shared a plan to test 3 marketing tactics over the following 3 months.
That time has passed, and now I’m going to show you the results in detail, including:
I’ll also share my plan for growing this blog over the next 90 days.
Okay, let’s get into it!
Over the next 90 days, I’m going to test several different strategies for bringing in traffic, and share the results with you. For anything that works, I’ll show you details on how I did it so you can do the same for your blog or business.
Then over the following 90 days, I’ll repeat the process.
What strategies am I going to try?