Archiv für den Monat: August 2018

Gin Eugen

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Dieter Schmid (Schmid Destillate), Inhaber und Namensgeber der kleinen Manufaktur im schwäbischen Kernen im Remstal, kreierte seinen ersten Gin und widmete diesen seinem Großvater Eugen. Der hatte ihm einst die Tür zur Welt der Destillate geöffnet. Und so ist auch Dieter Schmid, nach seinem Vater, der Tradition treu geblieben und entwickelt genussvolle Momente für Liebhaber des guten Geschmacks.

Gin Eugen ist ein kraftvoller und charakterstarker Gin mit einer intensiven Wacholder-Note. Vor diesem Hintergrund wurde auch das Etikett der Gin-Flasche gestaltet: klar, direkt und mit dem Abbild des Großvaters. Die Fotografien von „Eugen“ unterstützen diesen starken Charakter ebenfalls – durch eine kernige und kraftvolle Wirkung.

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Philandi

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Schöner Wohnen Farbe Website-Relaunch

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Schöner Wohnen Farbe ist die Premium-Marke für Farben und Lacke, die ihre Farbkompetenz mit der langjährigen Wohn- und Einrichtungskompetenz von Europas größtem Wohnmagazin verbindet.

Für den Relaunch der Website wünschte sich die Marke neben einem Responsive Design einen einfachen und übersichtlichen Seitenaufbau, die Optimierung von Informationsarchitektur und Navigationsstruktur sowie eine optimale und zeitgemäße Produkt-Präsentation. Features wie die filterbare Farbtonübersicht, die Händlersuche, der digitale Produktberater oder das Online-Magazin „Colour Stories“ ergänzen das Sortiment und generieren nebenbei echte Mehrwerte für den Nutzer.

Dank des klaren und bis in alle Ebenen konsistenten Seitenlayouts ist so ein zeitgemäßer Online-Auftritt entstanden, auf dem das Thema „Farbe“ auf jeder Unterseite erlebbar wird.

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Convoy Interactive

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Getting personal with SEO: how to use search behavior to transform your campaign

In order to meet the needs of today’s consumers and a more intelligent digital market, creating value in optimization campaigns requires innovative thinking and a personalized approach. Adverts, landing pages, and on-site messages that feel tailor-made are becoming the norm for many brands, contributing to higher response rates, visibility, and value.

Arguably, in today’s post-truth era, creating a personal message that can tap into the emotions and needs of a consumer is exactly the direction in which we will continue to progress. It’s also likely that in the near future, this will become the only way that optimization campaigns can be successful.

Anyone can enhance and deliver stronger campaigns by picking insights from search behaviors and using them to directly address your digital customers. But how can you maximize the effectiveness of doing this? Using Delete’s European Search Award-winning campaign for Leeds Beckett University as a case study, this article will take an in-depth look into profiling and understanding your browsers to attract and convert new customers.

Why utilizing user search behavior is necessary in campaigns

From Google’s personalized search algorithm that was launched in 2005, to 2015’s RankBrain, search results have consistently shifted towards searcher satisfaction rather than the needs of a webmaster or business. As users began to demand more intelligent, considered content (keyword stuffing is now a definitive no-go), we’ve had to adapt by creating engaging content that is authoritative in terms of knowledge and information.

There are clear signs that behavior signals are on Google’s radar. Google now elevates the results that it considers to be more relevant to a searcher based on profile information that it gathers about them. So, when it comes to creating your own outreach campaigns, it is only logical to harness and use this profile information to influence post-click user experience.

Harness search behavior to create customer profiles and develop positive relationships

Using search behavior information and user profiles is important because of the phenomenal results you can achieve, particularly at a time when advertising is becoming more challenging by the day.

Splitting users into customer profiles is a method that will enable the creation of targeted, tailor-made advertising and content that is more likely to result in conversions. There are a variety of ways that user behavior can be tracked and profiled, varying from more in-depth and specific methods to quicker, cheaper options that may benefit a brand looking to boost a current campaign or alter the way that their advertising is completed in-house. Not only will customer profiles ensure that only relevant content is delivered to users, but it can also contribute to the development of customer trust and loyalty.

Delete’s Leeds Beckett campaign saw the development of delivering tailor-made landing pages and adverts to international students in an aim to encourage verbal contact with the university as early in the cycle as possible and to make an easier, less daunting application process. By using geographical data, we were able to create customer profiles for international students, which then meant we were able to serve carefully selected imagery to visitors from China, India, and Europe, as well as clear and relevant calls to action.

Splitting apart potential customers by geography, interests, and type of content consumption on the site is the most efficient way to create customer profiles. It can be done through both organic searches and paid searches, with both outlets leading to different customer bases across a variety of platforms. Leveraging existing data is also a practical and simple solution that will help develop stronger relationships with a current customer base. You can then lead users to dynamic pages and imagery that are reflective of organic searches, geolocation, and paid advertising clicks.

The value in creating customer profiles from paid or organic searches

Advertisers now have to look for ways to outsmart the competition. Unfortunately, managing a campaign well is no longer anything special, but a default expectation. Try going beyond the boundaries of just “best practice” SEO or PPC and show real innovation and creativity; it will really pay off.

Using data from users‘ organic searches enables a valuable customer profile of people who are already invested or interested in a brand. When it comes to applying this behavior to SEO, it results in the opportunity to tap into a receptive audience who will benefit from additional information and who may have abandoned conversion if they hadn’t been given access to the information that they were looking for.

Delete’s campaign with Leeds Beckett University experienced phenomenal results. For a typical budget for a campaign of its caliber, we were able to generate approximately £6.9 million revenue in one year and an ROI of 10,403.00%. The use of customer profiles undoubtedly played a large part in this.

Use geographical data to deliver direct and relevant information

In an aim to target potential customers and increase conversion, Delete used an innovative method of developing a live map that would plot the addresses of past enrollments, prospects gathered at educational fairs, and open day registrations. This completely changed their geographical targeting in all marketing campaigns, resulting in a 691.67% increase in traffic to the clearing section.

By creating customer profiles based on geography, there is the opportunity to attract and cater to people who may have less initial interest as well as reduce abandoned conversions due to unrelated content. As well as this, it can encourage behaviors that are natural and reflective of the user with a lower cost per click and a higher volume of leads.

Revolutionize the way you use paid and organic search behavior for remarkable results

To maximize results in a marketing campaign, create dynamic landing pages and website experience based on recorded search behaviors and the profiles that can be subsequently created using this information. When it comes to paid ads, you can pass targeting and settings to a website and use this information to personalize the website.

With organic listings, you can glean user interests from entrance pages from organic search and what users do once they are on a page. If you create your landing pages right, so that they target the desired keywords well, you can also make assumptions from people landing on these pages from organic search and then interact with them in whichever way you want, even targeting certain interests.

For example, in our campaign with Leeds Beckett, if a user indicated an interest in a Civil Engineering degree (by clicking on a PPC ad from Civil Engineering for Undergraduates ad group), the landing page or the whole website would start surfacing an image of a work placement student standing on a building site, wearing a hard hat and high visibility jacket. This brings the individual student’s interests to the surface, highlighting the best relevant features that the university has on offer. Ultimately the aim here is to shorten the user journey and increase the chance of a conversion.

This can be applied to almost any marketing area or industry, and it will transform the way that your users are able to engage with your content.

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The Original List: 50 Content Marketing Influencers and Experts to Follow into 2019

Content Marketing World 2018 will be here before you know it. The largest content marketing conference in the world brings together an incredible cornucopia of talent, curiosity, knowledge and aspirations for success. Marketers from all over the world come to Cleveland, Ohio for this event of epic proportions.

Readers of our blog know we have a long history with the conference starting at the beginning with 8 years of speaking and attending plus 6 years of partnering with Content Marketing Institute to develop speaker/influencer content marketing campaigns, aka “conference ebooks”, to help promote the event.

Another tradition that has recently been imitated but hardly duplicated, is something we started several years ago: sort through the 200 or more speakers and publish a ranked list of content marketing experts according to their social influence.

List Methodology: For this list we use the Traackr influencer marketing platform to filter the content marketing experts who are speaking at the current year’s Content Marketing World conference using a number of criteria including the relevance of the individuals to the topic, the degree to which their networks engage, and the size of their networks. Online data is pulled from blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, SlideShare, Flickr and several other platforms.

Of course the topic in question is: “content marketing”. Everyone included on this list is a) a speaker at CMWorld 2018, b) ranked in the top 50 for “content marketing” according to relevance, resonance, reach and audience metrics.

CMWorld 2018 Influencer network

People always thank me for including them in these lists and there’s no thanks to be given other than to the people who worked hard sharing useful content about content marketing to their social channels, in blogs, in videos and online in general.

Thanks goes to ALL of the people who are actively sharing knowledge about content marketing by engaging and helping others with opinions, insights and expertise on the social web. This list is just the beginning of understanding all of the top experts and influencers around the topic of content marketing.

In this year’s list there are many familiar faces and some that are new. I hope you find new and inspiring content marketing experts to follow through the rest of this year and into 2019.

50 Content Marketing Influencers Speaking at CMWorld 2018

Erika Heald
BIG congratulations to Erika Heald for the top spot and to the other 3 women in the top spots: Pam Didner, Carla Johnson and Kelly Hungerford.

Ann Handley
Congrats AGAIN to Ann Handley for being the Most Engaging Content Marketing Influencer out of this year’s group of speakers, based on Traackr’s analysis.

Erika Heald @SFerika
Marketing Consultant, Erika Heald Consulting
Presenting: Your Lack of Social Media Guidelines is Killing Your Employee Brand Advocacy

Pam Didner @PamDidner
B2B Marketing Consultant & Speaker, Relentless Pursuit
Presenting: 5 Creative Ways Marketers Can Enable Their Sales Teams
Presenting: Create A Scalable Global Content Marketing Strategy in 7 Steps

Carla Johnson @CarlaJohnson
Chief Innovator, Type A Communications
Presenting: The Innovation Factory

Kelly Hungerford @KDHungerford
Digital Strategy & Marketing Operations Consultant, Sunstar Europe SA
Presenting: Transforming Teams: How to Transition Traditional Marketers into Content Marketers

Michael Brenner @BrennerMichael
CEO, Marketing Insider Group
Presenting: How to Create a Documented Content Marketing Strategy, Start Showing Your Content Marketing ROI Today

Lee Odden @leeodden
CEO, TopRank Marketing
Presenting: Rocket Science Simplified: How to Optimize, Socialize and Publicize B2B Content
Presenting: The Confluence Equation: How Content and Influencers Drive B2B Marketing Success

Ian Cleary @IanCleary
Founder, OutreachPlus & RazorSocial
Presenting: A Content Promotion Framework with Actionable Tips to Optimize Results from your Content Marketing
Presenting: Content Optimization and Distribution Strategies

Michael Gass @michaelgass
Owner, Fuel Lines Business Development, LLC
Presenting: Agency Workshop: A New Approach to New Business,

Heidi Cohen @heidicohen
Chief Content Officer, Actionable Marketing Guide
Presenting: The Secret 3 Steps For Content Amplification And Distribution Success

Christopher Penn @cspenn
Co-Founder and Chief Innovator, BrainTrust Insights
Presenting: How To Use AI To Boost Your Content Marketing Impact
Presenting: How to Use Artificial Intelligence to Build and Optimize Content

Bernie Borges @bernieborges
Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer, Vengreso
Presenting: 3 LinkedIn Content Marketing Strategies that will Drive Visibility, Credibility and Traffic

Andrew Pickering @AndrewAndPete
Co-Founder, Andrew and Pete
Presenting: The Competitive Edge: How to Create a Unique Content Spin in a World of Copycats

Melanie Deziel @mdeziel
Founder, StoryFuel
Presenting: Think Like A Journalist: The 5 Keys To Compelling Content

John Jantsch @ducttape
President, Duct Tape Marketing
Presenting: How to Grow a Highly Profitable Agency Without Adding Overhead

Robert Rose @Robert_Rose
Chief Troublemaker, The Content Advisory
Presenting: Welcome to Content Marketing World 2018

Andrew Davis @DrewDavisHere
Keynote Speaker & Best-selling Author, Monumental Shift
Presenting: Video Marketing Makeover – Transforming boring case studies and testimonials into stories that inspire action
Presenting: Curiosity Factor: The psychological phenomenon creative content marketers employ to earn and own attention in a noisy world

Viveka Von Rosen @LinkedInExpert
Co-founder & Chief Visibility Officer, Vengreso
Presenting: 3 LinkedIn Content Marketing Strategies that will Drive Visibility, Credibility and Traffic

Douglas Burdett @MarketingBook
Host, The Marketing Book Podcast
Presenting: Industrial Manufacturing Lab: Applying Content Marketing Best Practices to the Challenging Audience of Engineers

Andy Crestodina @crestodina
Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer, Orbit Media Studios
Presenting: Complete Search Optimization: SEO Master Class, Content Strategy and SEO for B2B Lead Generation

Matt Heinz @HeinzMarketing
President, Heinz Marketing Inc
Presenting: Sales Content That Sells: A Proven Approach To Sales Enablement Success

Ann Handley @MarketingProfs
Chief Content Officer, MarketingProfs
Presenting: An Important Keynote by Ann Handley, The Long Tales: How Longform Content Beats Snaps, Tweets & Chatbots All Day Every Day

Jay Baer @jaybaer
Founder, Convince & Convert
Presenting: Talk Triggers: How Killer Content Creates Conversation and Clones Customers

Jesper Laursen @jesperlaursen
Founder and CEO, Native Advertising Institute
Presenting: 5 killer cases: how to grow your audience with native advertising

Cathy McPhillips @cmcphillips
Vice President of Marketing, Content Marketing Institute
Presenting: Getting the Most From CMWorld 2018

Joe Lazauskas @JoeLazauskas
Head of Content Strategy, Executive Editor, Contently
Presenting: Stories for the Win: The Hidden Neuroscience of Content Marketing
Presenting: Why Great Stories Make Our Brains Want to Buy

John Hall @johnhall
Keynote Speaker, www.johnhallspeaking.com
Presenting: Influencer Marketing and PR Workshop
Presenting: Relationship Building That’s Vital to Make Your Content Marketing Thrive

Berrak Sarikaya @BerrakBiz
Sr. Social Media Manager, Yesler
Presenting: Lean Content Marketing for Startups

Stephan Spencer @sspencer
Founder, Science of SEO
Presenting: The Most Common SEO Mistakes in Demand Generation Campaigns

Michele Linn @michelelinn
Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Mantis Research
Presenting: The Unsung Hero of Content Marketing: Original Research

Drew McLellan @DrewMcLellan
Top Dog, Agency Management Institute
Presenting: The Agency Edge 2018: When, What — and Why — Clients Outsource to Agencies

Mitch Joel @mitchjoel
Founder, Six Pixels Group
Presenting: The Long Tales: How Longform Content Beats Snaps, Tweets & Chatbots All Day Every Day

Cassio Politi @tractoBR
Consultor de content marketing, Comunique-se Group
Presenting: How to Hold an Online Event that Generates Real Results

Andrea Fryrear @AndreaFryrear
President and Lead Trainer, AgileSherpas
Presenting: Going with the Flow: Adapting Scrum Practices for Marketing

Garrett Moon @garrett_moon
CEO & Co-Founder, CoSchedule
Presenting: Got Leads? How To Find Your Content Core And Actually Drive Revenue From Content

Paul Roetzer @paulroetzer
CEO, PR 20/20
Presenting: How to Get Started with Artificial Intelligence in Content Marketing

Jay Acunzo @jayacunzo
Founder, Unthinkable Media
Presenting: Break the Wheel: Stories and Ideas for Being Better than Best Practices

Juntae DeLane @JuntaeDeLane
Sr. Digital Brand Manager, University of Southern California
Presenting: Digital Brand Building: Optimizing Content for Engagements, Search, and Reviews

Kathy Klotz-Guest @kathyklotzguest
Ms. Chief Officer, Keeping it Human
Presenting: Yes And! Turn Your Culture (OR CONTENT TEAM) into a Fresh-Idea Startup

Peg Sieren Miller @PegMiller
Senior Director, Growth Marketing, Xactly Corp
Presenting: You Did a Content Inventory, Now What? How to Find the Hidden Gems Within Your Content Audit

Albert Jan Huisman @AJHuisman
Founder, Y Content
Presenting: How to Turn Highly Billable Professionals into Extremely Productive Content Marketing Rock Stars that get Bottom-Line Results
Presenting: The Content Marketing Diamond Model for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs

Maureen Jann @SuperDeluxeMo
Managing Director, SuperDeluxe Marketing
Presenting: Bringing Home the Bacon: Cultivating Thought Leaders to Break Down Trust Barriers with Prospects
Presenting: The Content Marketing Diamond Model for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs

Stephanie Stahl @EditorStahl
General Manager, Content Marketing Institute, UBM
Presenting: Welcome to Content Marketing World 2018

Ahava Leibtag @ahaval
President, Aha Media Group
Presenting: The Top 7 Writing Secrets of Hit-Making Songwriters”, CMWorld Cleveland Clinic Health Summit

Shafqat Islam @shafqatislam
Cofounder & CEO, NewsCred
Presenting: The other side of performance – operational efficiency: How to build, measure, and optimize high-performing teams that deliver high-performing content

Doug Kessler @dougkessler
Creative Director & Co-Founder, Velocity Partners
Presenting: The elephant in a nutshell: We need to talk about metaphors in marketing.

Zontee Hou @ZonteeHou
President and Founder, Media Volery LLC
Presenting: Let’s Chat: How Messaging Apps, Chatbots, and Voice Assistants Will Impact Your Business in the Next 3-5 Years

Tim Washer @timwasher
Keynote Speaker, Event Emcee, PowerPoint Comedian, Ridiculous Media
Presenting: CMWorld Chatter

Tamsen Webster @tamadear
Founder and Chief Message Strategist, Find The Red Thread
Presenting: How to Make Your Ideas Irresistible

Leslie Carruthers @TheSearchGuru
President and Founder, The Search Guru
Presenting: A-Z Conversion tracking issues for B2B and how to solve them, Retail & eCommerce Lab

Amanda Todorovich @amandatodo
Senior Director, Content & Creative Services, Cleveland Clinic
Presenting: Building a “Media Company” inside a Marketing Department
Presenting: CMWorld Cleveland Clinic Health Summit

Now it’s your turn. As with any lists, there are many people that I would love to see included that were not. I’m sure you’re thinking the same thing (Joe Pulizzi for example). If the person that influences YOU most isn’t on this list, please share their name and Twitter handle in the comments.

In the spirit of content marketing and in sharing our own expertise, I’ve assembled a list of our top 10 posts about content marketing from the past 12 months:

The Ultimate Guide to Conquering Content Marketing that we developed in partnership with CMI and CMWorld is a great example of influencer driven content. This approach has been successful enough for Content Marketing Institute that they’ve run the program over 6 years.

If you would like to learn more about how create successful influencer content collaborations, you’re in luck! Both Ashley Zeckman and I will be presenting at Content Marketing World on the topic. Here are more details:

September 5th – 1:45pm – 2:30pm
Solo Presentation with Lee Odden
The Confluence Equation: How Content and Influencers Drive B2B Marketing Success

September 6th – 12:05pm – 12:50pm
Solo Presentation with Ashley Zeckman
Influencer Marketing is only for B2C Brands (& Other Lies Your Parents Told You)

Along with our TopRank Marketing teammates Jane, Nick and Annie, we hope to see you at Content Marketing World. Check out what we’re looking forward to most at CMWorld and be sure to follow us on Twitter at @toprank for real time updates during the conference and this blog for liveblogging coverage of select presentations.


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