In the digital world, As we know, content is the king and it is everything. And Internet is filled with content, so it is challenging to determine if our the content is effective and users are liking the content or not
In order to see if the content is effective or not there are numerous metrics that can be used to measure. In this blog we have discussed the seven most important ones.
1. Engagement Metrics
Engagement metrics help us to understand the impact of the content. These metrics provide insights into how well your content resonates with your audience and adjust your strategy accordingly. This can include metrics like; Avg. Time on page, Bounce rate, Social media shares, Comments and Click-through rate (CTR)
2. Consumer Demand/Volume
Consumer demand/volume is a measure of how much interest there is in your content. This can be measured by looking at metrics like; Search volume of the keywords, Social media mentions, Website traffic, Email opt-in rates.
3. Content Relevancy
To create a content that meets the interests and needs of your audience is very crucial. So to see if our content is engaging with the audience or not we can measure these metrics: Keyword rankings, Organic traffic, Time on page, Bounce rate.
4. Content Depth
Content depth is a measure of how comprehensive and informative your content is. This can be measured by looking at metrics like; Word count, Number of images and videos, Number of links to external resources.
5. Influenced & Direct Conversion Rate
The conversion rate that you get on your content is the indicator of its quality. This metric indicates user engagement and actions taken by the users like subscribing or purchasing. This means that the higher the conversion rate, the more effective your content is in encouraging users to take the desired action. We can divided this metric into two categories:
Influenced-conversion rate: This measures the number of people who were influenced by your content to take the desired action, even if they didn’t consume it directly.
Direct-conversion rate: This measures the number of people who consumed your content directly and then took the desired action.
6. Tone-Matching Demographics and Persona
Matching your content’s tone with your target demographics and personas is crucial for effective communication. To measure if the content is doing well we can look at these metrics: Social media engagement, Website traffic, Conversion rate.
7. Channel Effectiveness
Channel effectiveness is a measure of how well your content is performing on different channels. To measure if our content is doing well we can look at these metrics Traffic by channel, Engagement by channel, Conversion rate by channel, Using Metrics to Drive Content Success.
By keeping a track on these 7 topics we can get valuable insights of which type of content is working for us and which are not. By using this information we can build a strong content strategy that our audience loves.
Also we are sharing some additional tips that will help to set clear goals for your content and know what we want to achieve from the content?
- Track the metrics over time.
- Make changes to the content based on what the metrics are telling you.
- Experiment with different types of content.
Don’t be afraid to fail. Failure is a natural part of the learning process.