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The Power of Content Hubs in the Automotive Industry

Three different configurations to expose your content Some decisions are easier to make than others. Buying a new car can in particular be a hard decision and you might want to do a lot of research and comparisons between models, brands and prices before you decide. Nudge presents, in their research papers, how benchmarks for brands within the same industries can help companies get the most out of their next campaigns. Nudge also eases the process of measure and… Continue reading

Amanda-Anna-Caroline
Amanda-Anna-Caroline
February 17, 2016

How Content Marketing Hubs Win in the Alcohol Industry

What is a content marketing hub? A content marketing hub is an online destination, owned by brands, where the brands act like publishers. The content is in some way related to the brand and organized around a specific topic. Usually, the content comes from a combination of authors, is often non-promotional, and it can be more or less branded. A content hub can be published on the brand’s webpage or on a separate site. Nudge has created  research papers… Continue reading

Amanda-Anna-Caroline
Amanda-Anna-Caroline
February 12, 2016

South Park reflects on the digital generation to date – what is really happening in the world of sponsored content?

You might not know this, but a few months ago South Park decided to release a couple of episodes about the digital era of marketing, including pop-ups ads, sponsored content and native ads. The episodes got a lot of exposure and publishers such as Business Insider, Adweek and Techtimes wrote about it on their sites. Maybe, being aired in November 2015, they were just right in time considering what’s happening on the digital landscape right… Continue reading

Therese Bengtsson
Therese Bengtsson
January 28, 2016

Not all native advertisers should do content marketing but…

Not all native advertisers should do content marketing but all content marketers should do native. Why? If you are doing content marketing, you reach a point whereby you need a fresh audience, new eyeballs on what you’re working on. That’s where native works really well, to bring in distribution (through in-feed) and context/relevance through buying content. All effective content marketers will get to this point. However, not all native advertisers can do content-marketing whether it’s resourcing, return on investment, or simply put… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
December 28, 2015

A Closer Look at Attention Metrics

In this weeks video we’ll look at Attention Metrics, what they are, how they help and why they’re essential for your native content campaigns. If you have any questions on this post please either place them in the comments below or email them through to hollie@giveitanudge.com… Continue reading

Hollie-Blue Allum
Hollie-Blue Allum
September 2, 2015

Beyond the Click

Something that we’ve talked about a lot at Nudge are the quality metrics that Agencies, Brands and Publishers need to prove the ROI of their native content. But what about the media driving traffic to your native content? These content distribution channels need to be held to the same level of accountability as the content itself.   “Content distribution should be optimized by attention, not by clicks.”   Quality media metrics (for native content):… Continue reading

Hollie-Blue Allum
Hollie-Blue Allum
August 12, 2015

Nudge Metrics – Bounce Rate for Native Content.

Bounce rate has historically been an editorial based metric. It counts a bounce if you don’t click on another link, however, we now consume content differently. If I click on a link from Facebook, read the article and click back, that counts as a bounce with traditional tools. However, Nudge detects when you read that content – providing greater accuracy. This new way of detecting bounces is also a valuable way to review the different media sources driving traffic… Continue reading

Hollie-Blue Allum
Hollie-Blue Allum
July 29, 2015

Why we track Attention Minutes

Over the coming months we’ll be posting about each of the metrics that we report on within the Nudge dashboard. The purpose of these posts is to showcase not just what the metric is but why it’s important at a reporting and campaign level for your clients.  If you have any follow up questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch: hollie@giveitanudge.com To kick off this series we’ll be starting with Attention Minutes.   … Continue reading

Hollie-Blue Allum
Hollie-Blue Allum
July 13, 2015

The 5 things you can do to improve social metrics on your content

Hey, Thanks for stopping by, you’re here because you want to figure out how to improve some of the social metrics around your content. Let me first say (because this is how I pay the bills) you should explore if Nudge is right for you, as the website gives you the top line social metrics. Right into it. 1) Optimize your share copy So, you want to maximize sharing inside social networks but also the rate at which people click… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 28, 2015

Visual Storytelling – Why use it?

Digital marketing has in recent years created higher expectations for both customers and employees due to all the different ways they can be reached. Social media plays a big part in this along with the fact that people more or less carry a mobile device on their person at all times. Studies have shown that people pick up their phones 150 times per day, and emails are checked 30 times per hour. With all that content going around the internet,… Continue reading

Gustaf Stenlund
Gustaf Stenlund
March 27, 2014