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According to Gartner’s 2014 Digital Marketing Spending Report, digital marketing spending averaged one-quarter of companies’ marketing budgets in 2014, and more than half of the companies surveyed plan to increase their digital spending in 2015 by an average of 17 percent. As digital marketing takes up a larger amount of the marketing budget, measuring the efficacy of those efforts becomes more and more important. Here are three metrics that marketers can use to measure the performance of a digital strategy.
Measuring engagement can primarily be done using Google Analytics by properly setting up Goals within your account. Look at the metrics that confirm if people are reading our content and sharing it with others. Measurements such as pages per session and session duration demonstrate that people are looking at the content being shared—and that they’re spending a good amount of time perusing the subject matter. While it’s more complex to set up, monitoring downloads of images or other content as well as sharing across social networks is also valuable feedback on whether your online content marketing is resonating with readers.CONTINUE READING
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