OtherLevels announces release of OtherLevels2. In September 2016, digital marketing automation vendor OtherLevels announced the release of their OtherLevels2 platform. This new platform is designed to use big data and statistical models to maximise audience reach and message delivery. It leverages this data to optimize the delivery of content to the end users’ preferred channel, increasing the likelihood of engagement.
Wistia is a video hosting service for businesses, which came highly recommended by local SEO expert Greg Gifford in his Brighton SEO presentation on going beyond local SEO. It provides detailed analytics, engagement graphs and heat maps to show exactly how users have interacted with a video. The free option only supports three videos, but you can upgrade from $10/month to one of its paid options.
Big data enables companies to better target the core needs of customers by developing rich and informative content. Let’s understand how it helps companies collect data about customer behaviors. One example is cookie files. They collect information about customers’ activities as they browse the internet, generating personalized data in the process.
Content Amp. Also in April of 2013, U.K.-based content marketing agency Content Amp created an impressive and visually appealing infographic featuring a wide variety of content marketing tools, with an attempt at groupings as well. While this is perhaps the best map of the content marketing vendor set I have seen, it is lacking in the number of vendors and categories covered. For example, it misses content curation tools entirely, and has a confusing category called Curated Content & Forums that includes technologies such as the commenting system Disqus, which has no relevance to curated content. The infographic is not strictly restricted to “tools” and has a category for content marketing agencies.
This is a great list Pawan! I do ask you consider adding PeopleVine (https://peoplevine.com/) a new platform that merges CRM, CMS, Sales, and automated marketing and leverages individual customer data. In the age of analytics I think many businesses miss out when they don’t make data-driven decisions. PeopleVine does a great job of using customer data for personalized marketing and simplifying business operations.
Make a daily habit of one hour of action on your biggest goal. You’ll be astonished at how quickly you start to make progress. Ready, Fire, Aim author Michael Masterson recommends an hour of work on your dream goal every morning, as a way to start your day with a terrific rush of productivity. I’ve been doing just that for the past few months, and I’m starting to get used to the “whooshing” sound as the pieces fall into place. Not only does it work, it feels great too.
I’m looking for a tool to create educational/informational videos for our staff. We used a company for this, which charged a simple subscription fee for access to all the available tools. It allowed us to choose certain characters and voice styles and we had control over the dialog and movements of the characters. It was a little cheesy and the voices were a bit mechanical and at times mispronounced words that were not well known but it was effective. Unfortunately, this company is out of business and I’m looking for a replacement. Whiteboard and charts and graphics may work for marketing or a customer base but usually not engaging for employees. Any suggestions?
1. Make sure potential customers can find you on the search engines. Most businesses don't take advantage of search engine optimization, but few things on the Internet can be as beneficial. A recent Forrester Research report showed that 80% of web surfers discover the new sites that they visit through search engines. According to iProspect, 85% of web users use search engines to find solutions and vendors. A properly executed search engine optimization campaign can drive numerous, highly targeted visitors to your site, typically at a fraction of the cost of traditional advertising. Without high search engine rankings, you will only get visitors that find your web address through word of mouth, regular advertising, or other limited means.
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