Content Marketing:The Organic Chemistry of theMobile, Local, Social AgeSeptember 2014 2014 BIA/Kelsey. All Rights Reserved.
Content Marketing: The Organic Chemistry of the Mobile, Local, Social AgeContentsExecutive Summary . 1Content’s Reign Continues . 2What is Content Marketing? .3The Pros of Content Marketing .6The Cons of Content Marketing.7The Art & Science of Content Marketing . 8Art Form (Editorial Strategies) .8Scientific Method (Production Strategies) . 10Mini Case Study: LocateADoc.com . 11Act Local . 12User Friendly . 13Time Share. 13The Content Marketing Agency Model . 15Content Marketing as a Search Driver: A Conversation with Will Scott . 16Conclusion . 17About BIA/Kelsey . 18About BIA/Kelsey Sponsored Reports. 18About Search Influence . 19Copyright BIA/Kelsey 2014i
Content Marketing: The Organic Chemistry of the Mobile, Local, Social AgeExecutive SummaryOver the past couple of years, one term has been used within media and advertisingworlds arguably more than any other: Content Marketing.This is defined as content that is created and positioned to promote a given business inways that engage readers or viewers more organically than traditional paid advertising.It is not a new concept – sharing roots with the publishing world’s longstanding“advertorial.”But it’s taking new forms, shaped by larger technological and cultural trends. Thoseinclude social sharing platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Vine; and theproliferation of social graphs, and better hardware (i.e. smartphone cameras).As advertising traditionally lags behind technological and behavioral trends, all of theabove is causing advertisers to think about positioning their brands within andalongside this viral content (much like this Summer’s ice bucket challengephenomenon). This has led to content marketing’s current phase.Much of the activity in content marketing also involves more traditional formats liketext. This includes Facebook status, tweets and blog posts. The latter’s long formadvantages can characterize a person, place or business with greater dimension.But content marketing doesn’t come without challenges and drawbacks. Creatingcontent that is genuine, organic and of high quality is difficult to do – especially at thelow budgetary ranges that are characteristic of local businesses.These barriers represent one of the field’s biggest opportunities. Third parties thatachieve economies of scale and execute content marketing for advertisers will fill asizeable gap. The key is quality, scalable and cost efficient content production.In this report, we’ll examine the state of the union of content marketing: What’s drivingit? Where do the biggest opportunities lie? What are the do’s and don’ts? What can belost by ignoring it? And what can be gained from doing it right?Copyright BIA/Kelsey 20141
Content Marketing: The Organic Chemistry of the Mobile, Local, Social AgeContent’s Reign ContinuesContent has long been king in media and advertising. But the phrase has gained newmeaning with the content marketing trend underway. It has quickly gained velocity overthe past year, being part hype and part real advertiser adoption.The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) reports that 28 percent of business-toconsumer marketing budgets are allocated to content marketing. And 55 percent ofconsumer marketers plan to increase content marketing spending over the next 12months.This is being driven (and followed) by a quickly developing ecosystem of contentmarketing providers and supporting functions. What’s emerged is a traffic jam ofcontent marketing companies, strategies and formats. It looks something like this:Figure 1 - Content Marketing Native LUMAscapeSource: LUMAscapeCopyright BIA/Kelsey 20142
Content Marketing: The Organic Chemistry of the Mobile, Local, Social AgeWhat is Content Marketing?To simplify our scope and for the sake of definition, content marketing is contentcreated and positioned to promote a given business in ways that engage readers orviewers more organically than traditional paid advertising. It exists with rather than nextto organic content.One subsector sometimes used synonymously with content marketing is “nativeadvertising.” This can take many forms such as in-stream advertising within feed-basedsocial media. We’ll mostly use the term content marketing in this report.As further background, content marketing owes much of its recent growth to paralleltrends in social media and “social sharing.” Social sharing is the growing trend ofcapturing experiences and sharing them through social channels.Figure 2 - Content Marketing Finds a Home Within Popular SitesSource: BuzzfeedThis can include the growing use of multimedia – fueled by continually improvingsmartphone hardware, camera optics, and connectivity. Apps are also proliferating tohouse social sharing features and to organize social graphs (i.e. Instagram).Copyright BIA/Kelsey 20143
Content Marketing: The Organic Chemistry of the Mobile, Local, Social Age“It isn’t just words on a page,” said Search Influence CEO Will Scott. “It’s graphics, video,and infographics.”Content marketing has come about as the principles of this social sharing have shiftedinto commercial use. That’s in turn driven by the advertising world’s evolving viewtowards this content as a vessel to carry high-quality brand messaging.“If done well, content marketing and native advertising can blur the line between paidand earned media,” said Scott. “Even when identified as ‘sponsored’, readers andviewers may still be influenced by the credibility of the medium.”BIA/Kelsey forecast data show native advertising revenues in social media to be 1
Figure 1 - Content Marketing Native LUMAscape . Source: LUMAscape . Content Marketing: The Organic Chemistry of the Mobile, Local, Social Age . In executing content marketing , there are guidelines to achieve the quality levels that are tied to its success (the art). There are also tactics to do it in a scalable way that
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Agrees that leadership team gives ample time to produce content marketing results 84% 59% 38% Always/frequently delivers content consistently 75% 59% 33% Rates alignment of metrics and content marketing goals as excellent/very good 54% 19% 2% This Year’s B2B Content Marketing Top Performers At-A-Glance 2018 B2B Content Marketing Trends—North America: Content Marketing Institute .
One of the biggest mobile success factors BIA/Kelsey observes is native thinking: building content, apps and ads that fit the device’s unique form factor, rather than porting formats from legacy media. Nowhere does this principle apply more than locatio
content marketing in Southeast Asia is still nascent. Companies will look for talent who have “content marketing” experience in 2017. Businesses will hire people with content marketing skill sets. Source: “The Asia Pacific Content Marketing Report 2016,” Hubspot PREDICTION ONE: 63% planned to increase content production in 2016 OF .
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Accounting for the change in mobility 12 6. Conclusion 13 Notes 15 Tables 16 References 23 Appendices 26. Acknowledgments Jo Blanden is a Lecturer at the Department of Economics, University of Surrey and Research Associate at the Centre for Economic Performance and the Centre for the Economics of Education, London School of Economics. Paul Gregg is a Professor of Economics at the Department of .