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https://relativityseo.com/seo-services/ Pamela Parker – Search Engine Land News On Search Engines, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) & Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Fri, 22 May 2020 15:55:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 Call Analytics tools in the spotlight: Marketing’s unsung heroes /call-analytics-tools-in-the-spotlight-marketings-unsung-heroes-335001 Fri, 22 May 2020 15:55:26 +0000 /?p=335001 The current environment is spurring a resurgence of voice calls -- a medium ripe with potential for analysis and insights.

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As my state begins opening up after implementing stay home orders, I’m finding I’m interacting with businesses much more on the phone. I’m not talking about clicking on apps or engaging with a mobile browser. I’m referring to that unsung hero in digital marketing — a voice call to a business spurred by a search ad, a Google My Business listing or even display advertising.

Whether it’s coordinating a curbside pickup, asking about current business hours or seeking information about products, it’s happening on the phone.

I’m not the only one experiencing this. Both AT&T and Verizon have been reporting dramatic increases in the volume and duration of voice calls during the pandemic, as people rediscover the benefits of this form of interaction.

These benefits aren’t news to businesses that depend on phone calls for leads, or to the vendors that serve them with Call Analytics platforms. We delved into this world of data, where AI and machine learning are generating actionable insights, for the update of our Martech Intelligence Report (MIR) launching today.

This buyer’s guide looks at everything from the basics — what is a call analytics platform and what functionality should you expect from one — to in-depth detailed descriptions of the offerings of 13 different vendors. And all of this information is bang up to date, resulting from our inquiries over the past couple of months.

If you’re considering implementing call analytics as part of your martech stack, or are thinking about switching to a different provider, we encourage you to check out our MIR for everything you need to know!

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The benefits of using workflow and project management tools /the-benefits-of-using-workflow-and-project-management-tools-334711 Wed, 13 May 2020 18:47:35 +0000 /?p=334711 Considering adding a workflow or project management solution to your martech stack, but looking for a business case?

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Digital marketing – involving everything from search engines to social media to display ads to email to mobile apps and more – is a complex endeavor, whether marketers are in-house at a brand or employed by an agency.

Enterprise workflow and project management tools can offer significant benefits that help marketers get a handle on their work and better communicate with colleagues, including the following:

More efficient management of global operations. Workflow and project management tools can help distributed employees coordinate with each other, allowing for accountability and consistency across markets. Some tools specifically support collaboration and approval processes geared toward marketing collateral.

Ease and transparency of reporting. Though it’s possible to use manually-updated spreadsheets to manage projects, they don’t offer the native reports and dashboards offered by workflow and project management tools. Most of these platforms offer highly customized reporting capabilities that are widget- and wizard-driven to make reporting faster and easier. These reports are often easily shareable and can be exposed to executives at the VP- and C-levels, progress can be tracked across multiple initiatives.

Visualizations that aid in planning and resource allocation. Most workflow and project management tools provide visualizations that allow marketers to see multiple projects at a glance, allowing them to adjust schedules or tasks as necessary to avoid overtaxing, or underutilizing, resources.

Improved coordination with clients and other stakeholders. Many tools allow “guest” access or other flexible permission structures that allow for the sharing of some information while other aspects are hidden. This is especially helpful for marketers working at agencies or as outside consultants, because they can document what they need to within the tool, without being concerned about appearing less than professional when the client logs in and sees their own view.

Digital asset management and file sharing. Most workflow and project management tools allow users to upload files or link to them in cloud storage, serving as something of a DAM “lite”. The features don’t come anywhere close to those offered by a true DAM (see our Martech Intelligence Report on Digital Asset Management platforms), but they can work well for some use cases.

More seamless communication with development team and other groups. Digital marketing initiatives often include a technological aspect that calls for the talent of developers. When marketers and developers are in different functional departments, but utilize the same workflow and project management tool, their work together runs with fewer hitches. The same applies for any other department with which marketing interfaces.

Easier tracking of billable hours and human resource management. Many tools track the time that has elapsed while an assignee works on a task, allowing agency account managers to easily tally up the number of hours spent on a particular client’s projects. This feature can also help managers keep an eye on employee productivity levels.

For more in-depth discussion of Workflow and Project Management Tools, including profiles of 15 different vendors, download our Martech Intelligence Report today!

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What are enterprise workflow and project management tools and how do they help marketers? /what-are-enterprise-workflow-and-project-management-tools-and-how-do-they-help-marketers-334581 Mon, 11 May 2020 20:04:47 +0000 /?p=334581 Accountability and transparency are two of the benefits these solutions offer.

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The Project Management Institute (PMI) defines a project as “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result. A project is temporary in that it has a defined beginning and end in time, and therefore defined scope and resources.”

For marketers and agencies, a project might be a particular campaign or initiative, or it may be the development of a website or a mobile app. These efforts might involve in-house or contract developers or designers and may require collaboration across regions or around the globe.

In our recent Martech Intelligence Report, we examine software that documents and optimizes the processes, workflows and projects undertaken by digital marketers. For various reasons, marketing is an ideal use case for these tools and vendors are recognizing marketers as high-value customers.

Speaking on the company’s most recent earnings call, Smartsheet chief product officer Gene Farrell explained why it has focused on attracting marketers by building a premium add-on and other features that accommodate “more advanced marketing workflows.“

“Marketing is one of those functions that really exists in almost every company in the industry and many times is a lighthouse or very visible part of how companies actually execute,” Farrell said. “It’s also an area where you’re typically collaborating across both internal and external stakeholders with agencies and other creative groups.”

The big picture: The project economy and the projectification of work

We’ve heard a lot about the “gig economy,” where software enables companies to harness workforces on a per-gig basis, whether that’s an Uber ride, a grocery shopping trip with delivery or any other discrete unit of work.

At the same time, there has arisen what’s being called a “project economy,” which is driven in part by business’ needs to transform their operations for the digital age, but also by the perennial imperative for companies to keep up with local and global trends.

Other influences on the growth of this category include marketing organizations’ adoption of Agile marketing, a philosophy and workflow pioneered by software developers, and the growing interest in the flexibility offered by the utilization of remote employees and contract workers.

We expect that the impact of COVID-19 on Americans and the U.S. economy will spur even greater interest in enterprise workflow and project management solutions, because they provide transparency and accountability, in addition to collaboration and file sharing – all features that help marketers (as well as C-Level executives) keep projects on track whether employees are at home or in the office.

“The boom in working remotely may prove temporary — even if the trend behind it is not — but having more staff operating away from traditional offices is having an impact on the tools that many companies use to coordinate and communicate while apart,” writes TechCrunch reporter Alex Wilhelm in a March 6, 2020 article titled “As coronavirus pandemic spreads, demand for remote-work startups spikes.

“We believe that organizations are going to have to really rethink the way work is done in their businesses,” said Sunil Prashara, president and CEO of PMI, in an interview with European CEO. “So we’re seeing the world at the business level becoming projectified.”

In this new environment, Prashara says successful professionals need a strong understanding of technology and how it can help them achieve their goals. “Technology is helping project managers and other professionals to optimize the way they do their work,” he said. “So leveraging technology, leveraging big data to give you insights as to what your next step and decision should be.”

In an article called “The ‘how’ of transformation,” McKinsey analysts noted that “70 percent of complex, large-scale change programs don’t reach their stated goals.” One part of the remedy, they concluded, is adopting sophisticated workflow and project management tools.

While it’s difficult to estimate how many marketing departments are using workflow and project management tools and how much they’re spending on them, a Capterra user survey indicates that marketing and advertising companies are outpaced only by IT and financial services businesses when it comes to utilization of this type of software.

Additionally, anecdotal evidence – such as Twitter threads among search marketers and agencies – suggests the use of these tools is widespread.

Getting Agile

Though it’s been around for a while now, the pivot to Agile marketing workflows appears to be accelerating. 41% of marketers questioned in a recent survey said they are currently using Agile and 42% of non-users said they plan to adopt it, according to an Aprimo and AgileSherpa report.

The practice of Agile marketing doesn’t require any particular software, but marketers adopting this methodology are likely looking for tools that mesh with their new philosophy. Given that, it makes sense that many of the vendors we contacted for this report said they offered reports and interfaces geared for Agile, such as Kanban boards and a place to input backlog items. Most also enable more traditional Gantt charts.

For more in-depth discussion of Workflow and Project Management Tools, including profiles of 15 different vendors, download our Martech Intelligence Report today!

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Considering software to manage your digital commerce advertising? Here’s what you need to know. /considering-software-to-manage-your-digital-commerce-advertising-heres-what-you-need-to-know-333334 Tue, 21 Apr 2020 19:13:50 +0000 /?p=333334 There's more tech than ever to help you scale up ads on Amazon, Walmart and other commerce platforms.

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Deciding whether or not your company needs a digital commerce advertising management platform calls for the same evaluative steps involved in any software adoption, including a comprehensive self-assessment of your organization’s business needs, staff capabilities, management support and financial resources. Use the following questions to help you determine the answers. 

1. Does it make more sense to buy or build the technology?

Issues to consider include resources  —  both staffing and financial  —  as well as data control. Are you comfortable with a third party having access to your data? Do you understand the total cost of ownership of a third-party platform? Can your internal staff keep pace with the rapid pace of changes in ad formats, platform requirements, and tracking methods? 

2. What features are most important for our business needs?

If you’re an online retailer, robust bid optimization for millions of products will be an important factor. If you are short on internal resources, you may find that a partner with a full-service approach is critical. Make sure you have gathered all of the relevant feedback from your team so that you can prioritize your criteria. 

3. Who will use and/or maintain the platform?

Staffing is key to the successful adoption of any digital marketing platform. Without the proper skilled people in place, the tool can end up becoming an expensive reservoir of untapped data with unfulfilled potential to increase revenue. 

4. Do we need self-serve, full service, or something in between?

Different platform vendors provide different levels of customer service and strategic consulting services. For example, can you internally manage keyword creation, product listing optimization, bidding, creative testing, account structure development and integration with cross-channel data? It’s important to have an idea of where you fall on the spectrum. Understanding your current marketing processes, knowing how to measure success and being able to identify where you are looking for improvements, are all critical pieces of the decision-making process. 

5. Are we spending more time “doing the math” than running a campaign?

If you find yourself with no time to manage creative or evaluate overall campaign performance, it might be time to automate. Understanding your current marketing processes, knowing how to measure success and being able to identify where you are looking for improvements, are all critical pieces of the decision-making process.  

Experts discuss the current digital commerce marketing environment on Live with Search Engine Land

6. Do we want or need to integrate digital commerce advertising with search, display and social media advertising campaigns?

For many marketers, all of these platforms are equally important. If this is true for your organization, you may need a platform that can integrate these channels, and you may need better internal alignment across teams to make it work. 

7. Do we have complex or ongoing reporting needs?

When marketing staff or agency clients have requests for specific reports and ongoing reporting needs, campaign management tools can automate reports across all the platforms they handle. 

8. How will we define and then benchmark success? What key performance indicators (KPIs) do you want to measure and what decisions will you be making based on campaign performance?

For example, do you want to measure market share or page position for your products? Do you want to measure the impact search or social ads has on purchases on digital commerce sites? Set your business goals in advance to be able to benchmark success later on. Without them, justifying the expense of the platform or digital commerce advertising programs to C-suite executives will be difficult. 

9. What is the total cost of ownership?

Digital commerce advertising management platform vendors typically charge clients a percentage of their monthly advertising spend. There may be additional fees for platform set-up, integration or staff training. Professional consulting services may also be available if you need additional expertise in paid media channels such as search, display and social media marketing.

For more insights on digital commerce ad management and profiles of 19 different vendors, check out our Martech Intelligence Report on Digital Commerce Advertising Management Platforms for Amazon, Google Shopping and Beyond!

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Questions to ask before you buy an enterprise SEO platform? /questions-to-ask-before-you-buy-an-enterprise-seo-platform-330796 Tue, 17 Mar 2020 14:39:37 +0000 /?p=330796 Here are a few questions companies should ask themselves before exploring a purchase.

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Making sure your company, products or content can be found by the right people at the right time is incredibly important for enterprises, which is why many of them rely on software suites to help them execute effective search engine optimization. But deciding whether your company needs an enterprise-level SEO platform calls for the same evaluative steps involved in any martech adoption, including a comprehensive self- assessment of your organization’s business needs and resources, staffing, management support, and financial resources. Here are a few questions companies should ask themselves before exploring a purchase.

Do we have the right human resources in place?

Employing people to implement and use SEO platforms is a prerequisite to success. If you have marketing staff, utilizing SEO toolsets can make them more efficient and effective. The vast majority of organic search marketers struggle to justify their SEO budgets. SEO platforms and tools are a key component of helping to keep overall costs down while getting the required work done.

Their analytical capabilities can also help SEOs prove the impact of their work on the bottom line.

Do we have C-level buy-in?

Enterprise SEO software can be a five- or six-figure investment annually. It is critical to demonstrate the value of SEO to C-level executives by running pilot test projects and agreeing to a definition of “success” in advance.

Do we have the right technical resources?

Successful enterprise SEO needs dedicated technical resources deployed to it to act on the recommendations and opportunities surfaced by the analytics and reports.

Who will own enterprise SEO?

Enterprise SEO is commonly placed into marketing, editorial or IT, depending on the nature of the business. Unfortunately, in large companies, it usually ends up with either whoever has the budget, or whoever can best articulate the business case. In a best-case scenario, it should be both.

Can we invest in staff training?

It is vital to provide training to technical, design, content, and marketing teams, and reinforce it on a regular basis. A successful enterprise SEO implementation will find ways to inject SEO knowledge into existing training programs and identify internal evangelists to broadly distribute the messages. Training needs to be comprehensive, consistent, and continuous. Some tool companies include or offer training for an additional fee, so be sure to ask about this.

To what extent do we need to share reports with non-SEO staff?

Some tool providers focus significant development resources on simple interfaces that can be utilized by people in other organizational roles — such as writers or C-suite executives. If this is important to you, make sure you specifically look for this when evaluating possible platforms.

Have we established KPIs and put a system in place for tracking, measuring, and reporting results?

It’s important to know up front what you want your SEO to achieve. Do you want to improve SERP rankings or the time visitors spend on your site? Is conversion – whether a product purchase or whitepaper download – your key objective? Having goals will help you decide if you’re ready to put an enterprise platform to good use, as well as help you decide which tool will best meet your organizational needs.

How will we measure success?

Depending on your site’s monetization strategy, make sure you know how you’ll determine if the rollout of the platform and the successful execution of the established KPIs actually increased sales, conversions or page views.

Do we have realistic expectations?

It is not uncommon for enterprise SEO efforts to take at least six months to generate tangible results. If SEO is a new initiative within the organization, there are cultural shifts and workflow processes that will need to be implemented and refined. Setting realistic timelines and goals will help build support at all levels of the enterprise.

Do we have an SEO culture?

Many organizations begin to invest in SEO but find that a lack of understanding of SEO across the organization cripples its progress. Broad educational programs are often required to provide consistent performance and results.

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Get past the hype and into the nitty-gritty of SEO platforms for enterprises /get-past-the-hype-and-into-the-nitty-gritty-of-seo-platforms-for-enterprises-329825 Thu, 27 Feb 2020 17:44:27 +0000 /?p=329825 When breezy overviews of free tools just won't cut it.

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Search for “tools for SEO” and, among the results, you’ll find “29 best free tools,” “the top [number goes here] SEO tools you should be using,” and many many more headlines following this formula.

But if you’re serious about Search Engine Optimization, managing a large enterprise program for a brand, for example, you may be looking for something more substantial to guide your tool evaluation process. We’ve spent the last few months on a resource that I know you’ll find really useful.

Compiled with advice from Eric Enge of Perficient Digital and enterprise SEO consultant (and SEL in-house advisor) Jessica Bowman, this just-launched downloadable guide — Enterprise SEO Tools for Content Marketing, Search Intelligence, UX and More — looks at the trends SEOs and vendors are adapting to. It also features in-depth profiles of 20 different companies and the software they offer, including a discussion of up-and-coming functionality that distinguishes the innovators in the space.

Download the report now and make a more well-informed tool-adoption decision!

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Digital asset management platforms: What are they good for? /digital-asset-management-platforms-what-are-they-good-for-329668 Thu, 27 Feb 2020 16:04:51 +0000 /?p=329668 DAM can play a vital role in your marketing organization, unifying online and offline marketing channels and leading to more efficient marketing resource allocation.

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Any good marketing team is awash marketing collateral, blog copy, images, audio files and videos. In fact, the glut of materials produced these days has made digital asset management platforms a particularly important piece of martech for enterprise (and SMB) stacks.

That’s because digital asset management can play a vital role in your marketing organization, unifying online and offline marketing channels and leading to more efficient marketing resource allocation.

As our report, Enterprise Digital Asset Management Platforms: A Marketer’s Guide, shows, the specific benefits of using a digital asset management platform include – but are not limited to – the following:

Improved communication between in-house and freelance/contract workers. Some of the DAM vendors profiled in this report offer specially designed interfaces for external creatives to submit their content and collaborate on needed changes and required versioning. Content in the creation/approval process remains accessible only to those involved at this stage, rather than being made available for deployment before it’s ready.

Improved distribution of assets to clients, partners or other outsiders. Some of the DAM vendors profiled allow users to create “portals” customized for viewing and downloading by outside entities.

• More efficient utilization of existing resources. Appended metadata and search capabilities enable marketers to more easily find the right image or other asset for a campaign, without spending tedious hours flipping from image to image or watching video after video. This also saves time and resources that are often spent recreating something similar to an existing asset, because it couldn’t be found or the user wasn’t aware of its existence.

• Increased efficiency in the workflow for internal approvals. Many DAM providers offer — either as part of core functionality or as an add-on — workflow or project management tools, which allow for smoother collaboration and transparent movement of an asset through an approval process.

• Speed the conversion of assets into different sizes, aspect ratios and file types for different marketing applications. Though a file is uploaded to the DAM system in a particular format, many systems allow for automatic or manual cropping or editing within the system, as well as the conversion of the asset to different sizes or file formats as they’re downloaded or distributed for use.

• Improved efficiency on the front end, in the creation of brand assets, and on the back end, in the distribution of those assets to various martech and ad tech systems. Many DAMs integrate with content creation software, like Adobe’s Creative Cloud, and also connect (either through native connectors or APIs) to systems that distribute content directly to the customer, such as ad servers, marketing automation platforms or website content management systems.

• Easier compliance with changing brand standards and licensing terms. DAMs allow for an expiration date to be set on assets, so they are no longer used after the licensing term for a particular asset expires. For example, if a contract with a particular celebrity spokesperson is not renewed, a DAM can take those assets out of circulation so they’re not used beyond the expiry date.

• Ease of presenting a more consistent brand face to the customer with an eye toward loyalty and retention. DAMs make it easier to enforce brand standards and distribute content so every customer interaction reinforces the brand values marketers intend to convey. This is one of the key advantages of a DAM at a time where the number of devices and media outlets is larger than ever, making it more difficult to maintain consistency among the assets designed for consumption in various places.

• Ability to quantify the usage of each individual digital asset, and therefore track ROI on the cost of creation and distribution. DAMs enable marketers to track the distribution and efficacy of marketing assets, which allows them to invest more in the most cost-effective content creation and distribution methods. Some systems are able to automatically track this data, while others simply provide the data that allow marketers to make these calculations themselves.

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Introducing the Periodic Table of Digital Commerce Marketing /introducing-the-periodic-table-of-digital-commerce-marketing-329436 Wed, 19 Feb 2020 15:55:08 +0000 /?p=329436 Packing an astonishing amount of information into an easy-to-digest visual, it's well worth the download.

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If you’re a retailer or manufacturer of goods sold online, you may be overwhelmed by the new digital marketing opportunities popping up nearly every day.

Whether it’s new Google Shopping campaign options, shoppable posts on social media, or advertising opportunities on Amazon or Walmart, there have never been more ways to market products online. And, of course, each option has its variations, its pros and cons and its emerging best practices.

Today at our SMX West conference in San Jose, Marketing Land editor-in-chief Ginny Marvin unveils a new resource to help you get a handle on this rapidly-growing space — the Periodic Table of Digital Commerce Marketing.

In the same way our other periodic tables make sense of SEO, paid search and email deliverability and optimization, this fantastic resource pulls together and organizes an astonishing amount of information. Plus, it’s darned good looking and makes for handsome wall decor.

Download your copy today!

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The Amazon ad juggernaut: What’s your experience been? /the-amazon-ad-juggernaut-whats-your-experience-been-328076 Wed, 22 Jan 2020 19:51:47 +0000 /?p=328076 Stop putting it off. The window of opportunity to fill out our survey (and potentially win a pass to SMX) is closing soon.

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Last year, we surveyed our readers to find out where marketers were prioritizing spend on Amazon’s growing list of offerings, as compared to spend on Google Shopping and other platforms geared toward retailers.

We found that 80% of those advertising on platforms that support digital commerce campaigns planned to increase spending on Amazon in 2019. And nearly half said they planned to increase it by more than 25%. 

Has that actually occurred? Have results met with expectations? We’re eager to find out how perceptions and use of the platform have changed in the past year. That’s why we’re asking commerce advertisers to fill out a brief survey on the topic.

We hope you’ll take a few minutes to share your experience with us and, in return, you’ll get a chance to win an All-Access pass (worth more than $2000) to one of our SMX events in the U.S. happening in the next two years.

Don’t delay, as we’ll be closing the survey at the end of the week and we’ll share results in our digital commerce marketing track at SMX West 2020 in February.

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Commerce marketers: Take our Amazon Advertising survey, enter to win an SMX All-Access Pass /commerce-marketers-take-our-amazon-advertising-survey-enter-to-win-an-smx-all-access-pass-325521 Wed, 20 Nov 2019 17:55:51 +0000 /?p=325521 It'll take less than 10 minutes and the All-Access pass is worth nearly $2,000.

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If you’re an e-commerce marketer, we want to hear from you. Marketplace platforms like Amazon, eBay and Walmart/Jet are building their ad businesses, giving product advertisers a chance to target active shoppers as they make their purchase decisions. We’d like to quantify the impact of this shift by asking you (and your peers) a few questions about your or your clients’ spend on these platforms.

For just 10 minutes of your time, you can opt-in a drawing to win an All-Access Pass to any Search Marketing Expo (SMX) event taking place in the U.S. over the next two years. We’ll also send you the results and will be sharing our analyses at SMX West 2020 in our digital commerce marketing track.

Please click here to complete the brief Amazon Advertising survey!

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