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The Beginner’s Guide to Digital Marketing Analytics

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Throughout the 20th Century, one of the biggest problems with marketing was that it was difficult to calculate its return on investment.

Is that ad we placed in the newspaper last month really the reason we’re seeing an uptick in store visits? Or, is the billboard on the side of the interstate 20 miles away from our exit drawing in more visitors? It was hard to say for sure.

Today, traditional marketing media like print, television, radio, and billboards certainly still have their place. However, the 21st Century brought us a new, measurable form of marketing: digital marketing.

With digital marketing comes the opportunity to directly track and analyze results using digital marketing analytics. But, that doesn’t mean everyone is tracking their results. Today, only 1 in 4 marketers can prove the impact of their marketing efforts on their business.

Our goal is to show you what you should be tracking, how you should be tracking it, and why tracking is so important. Here is the Beginner’s Guide to Digital Marketing Analytics.

What You Should Be Tracking
1. Organic Traffic and Keyword Ranking

Search engine and keyword optimization is your way to communicate with search engine algorithms in a way that shows what your website is really all about. Each page you create is a new opportunity to rank for a new keyword and drive new traffic to your website. If you are not driving organic traffic through website pages and blogs, you might be failing to check some of the necessary boxes (either with content or keyword selection).

Benchmarks: This number is going to vary a little bit by industry and product, but across all of our current clients, the average is 40% of all website visits come from organic search. When you are doing inbound marketing at full strength, all of your traffic sources should be increasing, but organic search is the primary indicator of how well you are doing with the content creation piece of the process.

2. New Leads/Conversion Rates

As marketers, we know that when it comes to traffic, more is better, but if that traffic isn’t converting into relevant business leads, then it’s not really doing us any good at all. It’s important to create relevant offers and conversion points that connect with your visitors and potential customers that will help move them from strangers who don’t know anything. A lot of companies miss the mark on this metric by creating content offers that are too company-specific. Be helpful, inform your visitors.

Benchmarks: Sitewide, you should be aiming for 3%–5% conversion rate on all your website visits. However, your individual landing pages should be getting a 15%–20% conversion rate at the very least. Some of our clients’ really popular pages get around a 40% conversion rate.

3. Session Duration

The session duration of an average user on your site is a very telling metric. Creating “sticky” content that encourages visitors to stay engaged, visit another page, or watch a video will help you increase the duration. Measuring session duration is especially important as it relates to your organic visitors because Google is monitoring how effective the search results are. If someone visits your site and leaves in under 20 seconds, that sends negative SEO data to Google.

Benchmarks: Every website is going to be different. Take a look at your Google Analytics data (learn more below) and start working on ways to incrementally increase the average session duration. Can you add more links to your blog post and website pages? Maybe you need to add relevant calls-to-action on your best-performing pages? Or try adding some video that keeps users engaged.

4. Email Open/Click-Through Rates

Okay, so we’ve discussed online traffic metrics. Now, let’s move to email marketing (which still works, by the way). The two most important statistics to track for email marketing are open rates (what percentage of recipients opened an email) and click-through rates (what percentage of people clicked on a link within the email).

Open rates tell you how deliverable your email is (i.e. avoiding spam folders, having attractive subject lines), and click-through rates tell you how appealing your email’s deliverables are (i.e. content, coupons, contest sign-ups).

Benchmarks: Again, every industry is different. But, it’s helpful to aim for at least an 18% email open rate and at least a 3% click-through rate.

5. Video Engagement Rates

Video is one of the most engaging forms of content that you can create. So, you should be creating it. And, if you are going to go through the time and effort to add video to your website, then you should definitely be tracking more than the views.

We hear a common myth all the time that shorter video is better, but just like any piece of content, what matters is the quality of the video, not the length. If you have an awesome, compelling video story that keeps people engaged, they will keep watching.

One of our favorite projects was a “Stories for the Soul” video that was about six minutes long. Conventional wisdom would tell you that people stopped watching after the first minute of the video. But, that wasn’t the case, at all. Our video had an 82% engagement rate overall and 78% engagement rate through the 5:24 mark.


Benchmarks: Measuring engagement rate is less about shooting for a specific number and more about understanding how your audience engages with videos. Do they fall off around the one-minute mark? Will they stay for five minutes if they find it engaging? Are there parts of the video that lots of viewers are re-watching? Without measuring your videos, there is no way to analyze and improve them in the future!

6. Cost per Lead/Cost per Customer

Do you know how much it costs for you to acquire the leads you are getting today? Is it $2,000 or $200? By calculating the cost of your marketing efforts and dividing by the total number of leads/customers converted, you can start to get an idea of the cost per lead/customer. Your cost per lead and customer is going to depend on your business and your average lifetime value of a prospect. You should have a lower cost per lead if your lifetime value of a customer is $2,000 vs. $200,000.

Benchmarks: Again, this number is going to vary a lot by industry, company, and product value. Create a spreadsheet, track your averages on a monthly basis, and look for trends. If there are marketing activities that lead to more customers at a lower cost, then make sure you are doing more of those activities.

These inbound marketing analytics will help you get an understanding of the effectiveness of your campaigns. We love to help companies optimize their inbound marketing process, so if you are looking for help identifying where you need the most help, we’d love to do a free marketing assessment.

7. New Business from New Customers

Not surprisingly, closed business is likely the most important measure of success for marketing and sales. In order to track how many leads are turning into customers, it’s wise to integrate your automation platform with a CRM system to implement closed-loop reporting.

You’ll want to pay close attention to the conversion rate for this metric, the lead-to-customer rate.

Lead to Customer Conversion Rate Formula:
# of customers / # of leads = Lead-to-customer conversion rate

Also, don’t forget to consider the customer’s or account’s lifetime value when looking into closed business. A new customer may be worth more than just the value of the one-time purchase.

Customer Lifetime Value Formula:
Avg sale per customer x Avg number of times a customer buys per year x Avg years a customer will buy from you = Avg customer lifetime value

If your sales team is uploading deal information into your CRM, this should be easy to track and calculate. With this information, you can accurately calculate the return on your marketing investment.

8. Your Marketing Return on Investment (ROI)

Are your marketing efforts worth it? The timeless question. How can you say a marketing campaign was successful if you don’t know if you recorded a return on your investment?

When measuring ROI, you’ll need to calculate your customer acquisition costs for all online marketing efforts. How much does it cost you to acquire a new customer? This includes manpower, technology, and other expenses related to campaigns.

Return on Investment Formula:
(Sales growth – Marketing investment) / Marketing investment

In order to calculate your customer acquisition costs, like the metric above, it’s recommended to integrate your marketing automation solution with your CRM platform.

Keep in mind, if you want to accurately measure marketing ROI, you’ll need to be very diligent recording data and closely tracking the buying journey of a customer. The depth in which you’re able to drill down is dependent on the collection of information. Ideally, you’ll get the correct systems in place and benefit from the ability to truly understand the impact of specific marketing campaigns on your business.

What Tools You Should Use

Now that we know what to track, we need to know how to track it. And there are many tools that you can take advantage of to track and measure your success online. Here are a few that we use along with their specific use-cases:


Because we’re a Platinum Partner with HubSpot, we use it for just about everything. Our website is built on HubSpot, we host our CRM on HubSpot, we send automated emails through HubSpot, and we post on our social media through HubSpot (to name a few).

Therefore, we can track site visits as they turn into leads and from leads to customers, all through one platform, which makes it very easy for us to track specific success from certain campaigns.

You don’t have to build your website on HubSpot to have all these amazing options, though, so don’t fret! If you’re interested in working with HubSpot, they can merge their software with your current website so you can start getting insights and tracking leads without changing your online presence.

But, HubSpot may not be for everyone. Visit their website to learn more about what they can do for you before taking the plunge!

Google Analytics

You’ve probably heard of Google Analytics. In fact, you may have (hopefully) already set up Google Analytics for your website.

Google Analytics is a free tool that allows you to build campaigns, see customer behavior, and measure traffic on your website.

Much like HubSpot, there is A LOT of information you can gather from Google Analytics. Dig in deep to find correlations and patterns with your most successful pages and your incoming leads.


Remember when we talked about growing your organic ranking at the beginning of this blog? Again, that comes from writing and publishing quality blogs with helpful content.

And the best way to know what people are searching for is by conducting your own keyword research.

We have found that Ahrefs is a great source for not only keyword research, but competitive research as well. They have fantastic tools for finding the difficulty and searches per month for keywords, helping you understand what your competitors’ articles are ranking for, and knowing what news is trending related to your business.

Special Shoutout: Keywords Everywhere, a Google Chrome and Firefox plugin, can really help with inspiration for keywords. It’s a free resource, so you can visit their website and install it now.


If you’re producing videos (and you should be), you’ll need a tool to host and share those videos. YouTube may be an obvious choice for video hosting, but other video platforms are worth considering. Like Wistia, for example.

Wistia allows you to gather specific data, like your engagement rate (remember the Stories for the Soul example above?). It also allows for more customization, and most importantly, it can integrate with other marketing automation software (like HubSpot) to automatically trigger actions.

For instance, you can send someone an automated email after they’ve watched 1:30 of a Wistia video.

Special Shoutout: If you have HubSpot Marketing Professional or higher, local video hosting services are now included (with automation built-in!). That means customization, workflow creation, and lead capture technology are all included with HubSpot Videos.


If you want to get even more specific with your website optimization, you can use Hotjar (or CrazyEgg). Both of these tools create heatmaps of your landing pages, so you can see where people are looking on your page.

For instance, if you want to place a lead capture form on a landing page, in a spot where your visitors will actually see it, make a Hotjar heatmap of your landing page. This will allow you to see where visitors first place their eyes, which will indicate where you should put the lead capture form.

Why Digital Marketing Analytics Are Important

Digital marketing analytics can help you…

Better understand your customer. Think about it: You will now be able to know what your target audience is searching for by doing keyword research on Ahrefs. Then, you can use Google Analytics or HubSpot to track their behavior on your website, which will help you better understand their buyer’s journey. Not to mention, you can build in pop-up forms that can give them the opportunity to ask questions while they’re thinking about you on the page, or even chatbots that pre-emptively answer their questions!
Better understand your competitor. By researching your industry to gain a deeper understanding of how you can improve your online presence, you’ll get to know your competitors’ niches, and consequently, your niche!
Prove the value of your efforts. We already said it, but I’ll say it again for those in the back: You can directly track the ROI of your efforts with digital marketing! No more guessing games as to whether what you’re doing is actually working — you can track customers from the awareness stage all the way to the purchase decision.

Good luck on your journey with digital marketing analytics. If you need any help along the way, give us a call.

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YouTube SEO: Top Factors to Invest In – Whiteboard Friday

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If you have an audience on YouTube, are you doing whatever you can to reach them? Motivated by a massive research study from Justin Briggs, Rand covers the leading aspects to buy when it concerns YouTube SEO in this week’s episode of Whiteboard Friday.

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Howdy, Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. Today we’re talking about YouTube SEO. I was fortunate sufficient to be speaking at the Search Love Conference down in San Diego a little while back, and Justin Briggs was there providing on YouTube SEO and on an extremely massive research study that he had actually carried out with I believe it was 100,000 various video rankings throughout YouTube’s search engine as well as looking at the efficiency of lots of thousands of channels and private videos in YouTube.

Justin created some remarkable outcomes. I’ve called them out here @JustinBriggs on Twitter, and his site is You can discover this research study , consisting of a tremendous quantity of information, there. I believed I would sum and attempt up some of the most crucial points that he brought up and some of the conclusions he came to in his research study. I do prompt you to have a look at the complete research study, particularly if you’re doing YouTube SEO.

5 vital components for video ranking success

So to begin with, there are some vital aspects for video ranking success. Now video ranking success, what do we indicate by that? We suggest if you carry out a search inquiry in YouTube for a particular keyword, and not always a top quality one, what are the important things that will show up? Sort of like the exact same thing we talk about when we talk about Google success ranking elements, these are success elements for YouTube. That does not always imply that these are the important things that will get you the most possible views. Some of them work the other method.

1. Video views and enjoy time

First off, video views and enjoy time. It turns out these are both extremely well associated and in Justin’s viewpoint most likely causal with greater rankings. If you have a video and you’re contending versus a rival’s video and you get more views and a higher quantity of watch time on typical per view– so that’s how numerous individuals make it through a higher percentage of the video itself– you tend to do much better than your rivals.

2. Keyword matching the searcher’s inquiry in the title

Number 2, keyword matching still more essential we believe on YouTube than it remains in traditional Google search. That’s not to state it’s trivial in traditional Google, however that in YouTube it’s a lot more crucial. It’s even a larger element. Basically what Justin’s information revealed is that specific match keywords, precisely matching the keyword expression in the video title tended to exceed partial by a bit, and partial exceeded none or just some by a significant part.

So if you’re attempting to rank your video for what pandas consume and your video is called “What Pandas Eat,” that’s going to do far better than, for instance, “Panda Consumption Habits” or “Panda Food Choices.” Explain your video, call your video in the very same method that searchers are browsing, and you can get intel into how searchers are utilizing YouTube.

You can likewise utilize the information that comes back from Google keyword searches, particularly if videos appear at the top of Google keyword searches, that suggests there’s most likely a lot of need on YouTube.

3. Much shorter titles (<<50 characters) with keyword-rich descriptions

Next up, much shorter titles, less than 50 characters, with keyword-rich descriptions in between 200 and 350 words tended to carry out finest in this dataset.

So if you’re searching for standards around how huge need to I make my YouTube title, how huge must I make my description, that’s typically most likely some finest practices. It’s not a substantial offer if you leakage over a little bit. The curve does not fall off significantly. Definitely remaining around there is an excellent concept.

4. Keyword tags

Number 4, keyword tags. YouTube will let you use keyword tags to a video.

This is something that utilized to exist in Google SEO years ago with the meta keywords tag. It still does exist in YouTube. These keyword tags appear to matter a little for rankings, however they appear to matter more for the advised videos. Those suggested videos are sort of what appear on the right-hand side of the video gamer if you’re in a desktop view or listed below the video on a mobile gamer.When you keep viewing a video and it’s what comes up next, #peeee

Those suggested videos are likewise kind of what play. Those both figure plainly into making you more views, which can then assist your rankings of course. Utilizing keyword tags in 2 to 3 word expression aspects and normally the videos that Justin’s dataset saw carrying out finest were those with 31 to 40 special tags, which is a quite large number.

That implies folks are going through and they’re taking their “What Pandas Eat” and they’re tagging it with pandas, zoo animals, mammals, and they may even be tagging it with marsupials– I believe pandas are a marsupial– however those examples. They’re including a lot of various tags on there, 31 to 40, and those tended to do the finest.

So if you’re fretted that including a lot of keyword tags can injure you, possibly it can, however not up till you get to a quite high limitation here.

5. Particular video lengths carry out and rank well

Number 5, the videos that carry out finest– I like that this associates with how Whiteboard Fridays succeed also– 10 to 16 minutes in length tend to do finest in the rankings. Under 2 minutes in length tend to be really done not like by YouTube’s audience. They do not carry out well. 4 to 6 minutes get the most views. It depends on what you’re enhancing for. At Whiteboard Friday, we’re attempting to communicate details and make it intriguing and beneficial and important. We would most likely stick and attempt to 10 to 16 minutes. If we had a marketing video, for example, for a brand-new item that we were releasing, we may intend and attempt for a 4 to 6 minute video to get the most views, the most amplification, the a lot of awareness that we potentially could.

3 takeaways of interest

Three other takeaways of interest that I simply discovered possibly important.

Older videos do much better usually, however brand-new videos get an increase

One is older videos typically tend to do much better in the rankings, however brand-new videos get an increase when they at first come out. In the dataset, Justin produced a terrific chart that looks like this– absolutely no to 2 weeks after a video is released, 2 to 6 weeks, 6 to twelve weeks, and after a year, and there are a couple of other ones in here.

But you can see the slope of this curve follows this idea that there’s a fresh increase right here in those very first 2 to 6 weeks, and it’s greatest in the very first absolutely no to 2 weeks. If you are releasing routinely and you sort of have that like, “Oh, this video didn’t struck. Let me attempt again.This video didn’t struck. Oh, this one got it.This nailed what my audience was looking for.This was truly effective.” That appears to do rather well.

Channels assist enhance their videos

Channels is something Justin looked deeply into. I have not covered it much here, however he checked out channel optimization a lot. Channels do assist increase their private videos with things like customers who like and comment and have a greater watch time usually than videos that are detached from customers. He kept in mind that about 1,000 or more memberships is an actually great target to begin to gain from the metrics that a great customer base can bring. These tend to have a favorable influence on views and likewise on rankings. Whether that’s associated or simply causal, tough to state.Links and #peeeeembeds are associated, however not sure if causal

Again on the connection however not causation, connects and embeds. The research study looked at the rankings, greater rankings up here and lower rankings down there, versus embeds.

Videos that got more embeds, they were embedded on sites more, did tend to carry out much better. Through experimentation, we’re not rather clear if we can show that by embedding a video a lot we can increase its rankings. It might simply be that as something ranks well and gets selected up a lot, numerous individuals embed it rather than lots of embeds lead to much better rankings.

All right, everybody, if you’re producing video, which I most likely advise that you do if video is ranking in the SERPs that you appreciate or if your audience is on YouTube, ideally this will be handy, and I advise you to take a look at Justin’s research study. We’ll see you once again next week for another edition of Whiteboard Friday. Make sure.

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Disney Proves That Profitable Marketing Is About Brand Stories – Personal Branding Ep. 11

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Case Study: How Walt Disney make his brand name huge. Enjoy the entire series on individual branding here:
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Defining Your Personal Brand: What Are Your Attributes & Skills? – Personal Branding Ep. 8

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Not just he is a 2 times Tedx opening speaker, he’s likewise a worldwide very popular author of over 12 books and the host of Shoulders of Titans reveal.

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Video is New Focus for US Native Advertising

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Native marketing has actually ended up being a significant focus recently as online marketers have actually tried to find brand-new methods to get in touch with audiences who have actually ended up being too smart –– and too wary –– of the marketing approaches that had actually as soon as achieved success.

Many individuals now utilize specialized software application to obstruct advertisements from even appearing on the sites that they check out. How can your advertisements succeed if individuals can’’ t even see them?


Therefore, numerous brand names have actually begun utilizing native marketing like sponsored posts and free gifts that put on’’ t activate the attention of these advertisement blockers. Since it is more interesting and thorough, native marketing is likewise more most likely to be accepted by individuals who acknowledge it as sponsorship.

Just like all marketing methods, native marketing has actually progressed. Now, the huge focus for United States native marketing is video . Here’’ s what you have to understand:

.In-Feed Video huges for Facebook.

Traditionally, when videos appear in the newsfeed on Facebook, they look like thumbnails with a link. Users need to click the connect to go to a website that hosts the video, or they need to click the play button to see the video.

.When individuals have the video on screen, #ppppp> Facebook has fine-tuned its offerings by developing in-feed video that instantly begins playing. They wear’’ t need to click anything for the video tobegin playing.


Users do need to click the video to trigger the noise, however online marketers have actually established an option to that obstacle by including a lot of subtitles, headers, and other graphics to the video to make it simple for individuals to follow along even if they never ever begin the noise.

When the video begins and those words begin scrolling on screen, it can be adequate to hook individuals who might have never ever enjoyed the video with the standard discussion.

.Native Video Ads Attract Millennials one of the most.

Millennials are a tough lot for online marketers.

They are the most comfy with innovation, which can make it much easier to get in touch with them in a range of ingenious methods. That tech-savvy likewise makes them more cognizant of –– and suspicious of –– marketing efforts directed at them.

Millennials are most likely to close down your advertisement or click off of your sales page prior to it ever gets the possibility to land. They acknowledge advertisements rapidly, and they are most likely to decline them out of hand even if they are advertisements –– even if they have something of worth to use.

But native marketing, and specific native video marketing, has actually shown to be the most effective with millennials. It shows the method millennials are most utilized to obtaining info, and it takes a more advanced technique that appears more genuine.

Video is likewise more interesting, so it is most likely to bring in and hold their attention.

.Mobile Optimization is a Priority.

Not just are individuals discovering methods to cut ties with conventional marketing, however they are likewise cutting ties with their desktop and notebook computer. More individuals are picking mobile and the liberty it offers to access their online info.

Video can put a great deal of need on a page, triggering it to pack gradually if the video is not formatted properly. This ends up being an even larger issue for mobile users, who desire info quick and on-the-go. It is much more essential to make sure that your video will fill rapidly and play without disturbance.

You likewise have to format the video so that it is a proper size for the mobile screen. Whatever in the video, right to the graphics and the other little information, have to be big enough to be quickly noticeable on the smaller sized mobile screens.

.Sincerity is Tantamount.

Part of the factor that numerous individuals have actually turned down conventional marketing is that they feel it is misleading.

How lots of times have you check out or heard huge guarantees in an advertisement then was and got the item dissatisfied by its efficiency?

Advertising terminology has actually ended up being so cliché that the majority of us can spout it without doubt. We’’ ve ended up being desensitized too it since it seems like a great deal of empty guarantees.

If native marketing is to continue to achieve success, it needs to not make the exact same errors. Do not lie or misguide your users in your headings or your material.

Don’’ t pledge to inform some motivating story in your video, just to lead into an item pitch after a lightweight anecdote. Do not assure to share a tutorial then reveal something that everybody would have the ability to determine ways to do by themselves with a little brainstorming and after that share connect to your items.

Users will translucent these methods, then they will begin to overlook these ads like they do all the others.

Make native video marketing work for you. Research study the methods that work, and begin using this format greatly in your ad campaign. You’’ ll quickly get the outcomes you require.


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