GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Content Marketing Kpis [Latest Report]
Highlights: The Most Important Content Marketing Kpis
- 1. Pageviews
- 2. Unique visitors
- 3. Time on page
- 4. Bounce rate
- 5. Social shares
- 6. Conversion rate
- 7. Click-through rate (CTR)
- 8. Return on investment (ROI)
- 9. Organic search traffic
- 10. Inbound links
- 11. Subscriber growth
- 12. Content quality score
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Content Marketing Kpis: Our Guide
In the rapidly evolving digital marketing landscape, tracking success is centered on understanding key performance indicators (KPIs). Our latest report offers a deep dive into essential content marketing KPIs every marketer should monitor. Learn how correctly interpreting these data points can streamline your strategy, improve engagement, and boost conversions.
The total number of times a piece of content is viewed, regardless of unique users. This KPI helps to understand the overall reach of the content.
The number of individual users who visit a piece of content. This KPI helps to identify the size of your audience and potential new leads.
Time On Page
The amount of time spent on a content page by a user. This KPI helps to measure engagement and indicate if the content is holding the reader’s interest.
The percentage of visitors who leave your website after viewing only one page. A high bounce rate can signify that the content is not relevant or engaging to the audience.
The number of shares content gets on social media, indicating its potential virality and reach.
“The percentage of users taking action (e.g., newsletter signup) after viewing content, indicating its effectiveness in lead generation and revenue.
The percentage of users who click on a link embedded in your content, such as a call-to-action button. A high CTR indicates that your content is engaging and persuasive.
Return On Investment
Revenue from content marketing compared to its cost, indicating the strategy’s profitability and effectiveness.
Organic Search Traffic
The number of visitors that find your content through search engine results, without the use of paid advertising. This KPI helps to gauge the effectiveness of your SEO efforts.
The number of other websites that link to your content. This KPI is an essential indicator of the credibility and authority of your content, and it can positively impact your SEO efforts.
The increase in the number of email or newsletter subscribers over a given period. This KPI helps to measure the long-term success and sustainability of your content marketing efforts.
Content Quality Score
A metric assessing content quality through readability, relevance, and structure. High scores indicate content resonates with the target audience.
Frequently Asked Questions
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