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Blog distribution is extremely important. With these tools and a little savvy, you can blast a message that converts into clicks, and clicks that convert.
As content demand increases, so does the need for executive representative. A Chief Content Officer, used to be an unheard of job title – but not today.
Bombfell, a styling service for men, worked with Taboola to achieve a 960% increase in mobile leads – here’s how they did it.
To support your content discovery campaigns this Valentine’s Day, we’ve created a guide to finding your discovery campaign soul mate.
We’re doubling leads in real estate marketing for Wave Center City and Berlin Estates. Read about how they’ve used content discovery for success.
The average US content categories clicked in 2016 were from entertainment and finance content recommendation campaigns – Taboola data.
These three marketing trends aren’t just about content, but how 2017 content consumption changes your relationship with your readers.
With November fast approaching, political campaigns need to start thinking about how they’re going to implement a content strategy leading up to election day. Political advertising is often associated with the 30-second TV spots many of us have already grown sick of, digital content gives candidates and interest groups a chance to interact with voters in a completely different environment. Rather than blasting people with a message they’re not interested in during the commercial breaks, content discovery allows campaigns to build trust with their audience by giving them useful information they can choose to engage with and consume at their leisure. In addition, the digital ecosystem provides measurement, personalization and content creation tools that simply aren’t available in the slow-moving world of traditional media. With this in mind, here are three ways political campaigns can turn content marketing into their secret weapon this fall: Use digital measurement to optimize for […]
As Taboola expands internationally, we’re getting more new data every day. We decided to see just how different user behavior is from geo to geo. As you build out your content campaigns, take a look at the below data for some inspiration! Negative & Positive Content What do the United States and the United Kingdom have in common? It seems that users from both of these countries click on more negative content (graph shows the calibrated CTR score): Not All Positives Are Created Equal Three words that are commonly used to describe positive content were compared in the nine countries related to this study: ‘Top’, ‘Best’ & ‘Perfect’. Does anyone else see what I see regarding the CTR score in the U.S.? Is the American dream of success and perfectionism demonstrated perfectly in the graph below? Punctuation Marks Have you ever asked yourself if adding punctuation marks makes your […]