Georgia Galanoudis, Research Committee Co-chair, presented the findings from the research during our webinar which took place on June 17th.
The Content Council’s newest research study, conducted in conjunction with the leading global source of news, intelligence and conversations for marketing and media communities,
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Content’s caliber is evident by the volume of respondents from agencies, marketing and media who answered favorably regarding the importance and influence that content marketing has on the industry.
Among the many compelling findings, the research revealed an increased level of confidence in measuring content marketing success and ROI; however, the debate is still hot on the most efficient system for measurement. The research shows the average percentage of marketing budgets allocated to content marketing has increased by more than 10 percent over the past two years, and is projected to continue to increase at this rate over the next two, making content a heavy priority across the industry.
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