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Role Of Blockchain Technology In The Content Marketing Sector - HashCash HCX

Role Of Blockchain Technology In The Content Marketing Sector - HashCash HCX | The MarTech Alert | Scoop.it
  • Preventing content marketing, paid promotion frauds through blockchain.
  • Locating deceptive influencers through blockchain technology.
  • Conducting profitable content marketing: Various content marketers understand the importance of their work, but they additionally realize that content marketing needs a slice of luck. If the right person sees your content with a large follower base and seems to like it, then a single retweet or share is what you need to skyrocket a favourable response.

    In this case, the need for luck can be removed easily. One can do it by pointing to the origin and getting in touch with micro-influencers that have notable followers. With blockchain technology, companies can reward these influencers with possibly redeemable digital assets. It is for sharing their content with their target audience.
CYDigital/marteq.ios insight:

It's that 3rd bullet point that's most intriguing: the ability to work backwards and find the micro-influencers. Working backwards! Is it possible to work backwards on any online transactions so that to determine attribution? Via blockchain: absolutely!

 

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How can content marketing get closer to accountable results? - MarTech Cube

How can content marketing get closer to accountable results? - MarTech Cube | The MarTech Alert | Scoop.it
1st step – tracking mechanism: You need to be able to install an effective tracking mechanism. At the most basic level, installing something such as Google Analytics will let you view performance across your site. 
2nd step – tracking links: Next is implementing tracking links within the URLs of your social media campaigns. These coded URLs will help in measuring social-originated conversions and indirect conversions.
3d step – measuring the interaction between the visitor and your content: The reality is that each visitor can interact with your content in their own unique way. That is why behavior flow tracking is needed.

4th step – attribution tracking: Google Analytics has rolled out attribution tracking. Their solution now gives companies the ability to get a little bit more insight into the programs that contributed to the conversion.
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Much of this falls apart with the 4th step: attribution tracking. If you want to learn more about the subject, I strongly recommend reviewing https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/how-to-track-attribution-facebook-and-google-chris-mercer/

 

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87 Marketing Analytics & Performance Attribution Tools

87 Marketing Analytics & Performance Attribution Tools | The MarTech Alert | Scoop.it
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Bookmark for future reference.

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