Roku today released the third quarter 2019 results. In the letter to shareholders, Roku said that the “monetized video ad impressions again more than doubled YoY.”
According to Roku, The Roku Channel contributed to this growth as impressions within the channel are growing faster than the impressions within the overall platform. Anthony Wood, Founder and CEO, and Steve Louden, CFO, wrote that Roku is diversifying advertises by working not only with the Ad Age 200, but also with small- and medium- sized businesses as well as local, direct-to-consumer, mid-market, performance, programmatic and direct-response advertisers.
Roku’s CEO and CFO expect to reinforce the leadership of the ad selling on Connected TV with the close of the acquisition of dataxu. With the DSP, Roku expects to unlock more advertising investment into OTT, and to acquire expertise in DSP software engineering, data science and analytics.
Streaming TV viewers can surpass traditional pay TV viewers in five years, a Roku study predicts.
5 Elements of Content That Will Build Brand Recall
Gone are the days of traditional sales and marketing strategies. In today’s media landscape, driving sales and engagement through content has proven to be a highly successful and cost-effective strategy
Hence, most modern businesses have a content marketing arm that achieves the following by simply creating and distributing content:
- Address customers’ paint points and gain their trust
- Improve product accessibility via SEO
- Increase opportunities for conversion
- Generate leads
- Build brand awareness and recall
Unfortunately, competition to reach the right audience has increasingly intensified. And that’s just the beginning of it.
The end goal is to consistently make sales, attain a loyal customer base, and build brand recall. So, how exactly do you achieve that? What kind of content will eventually enable your audience to easily recognize your products and services?
We uncover the five major elements of content that will build brand recall.
Before gunning for brand recall, ensure that your audience can easily find information about your products and services. It’s virtually impossible to be recognized if you aren’t even visible or searchable.
Thus, this is where strategies such as onsite/offsite search engine optimization (SEO), simplifying user experience, improving scalability, expanding channels, and developing customer feedback platforms come into play.
That said, SEO strategies are usually the content marketers’ main focus. Investing in content SEO not only improves your brand’s visibility, but it also drives more conversions to your website. You do so by identifying your customers’ top search terms, optimizing your website’s content, and addressing high volume search queries.
You must identify and understand your target audience before creating any piece of content – whether onsite or offsite. This is when it’s time to utilize data you have on your customers, which can be accessible via tools such as Google Analytics or AHREFs. These tools should give you insights on common search queries, keywords, website traffic, conversion, engagement, and such.
Customer feedback and surveys are also essential in understanding what your customers need. Your content should be able to address their pain points while providing them with information and services on what they’re looking for.
Once your audience find themselves relating to your content, it won’t be long until they purchase your product.
Reaching your audience is one thing, but customer engagement is a whole different beast. It’s easy to lose your customers’ attention in a crowded and noisy online economy.
As mentioned, understanding your customers’ needs and pain points is vital to your content strategy. Your content must be something they find useful enough for them to engage with. In short, there must be something in it for them.
There are many ways to skin this cat. You could engage your audience via content onsite with a great customer experience channel before and after they purchase. Another opportunity for engagement is developing social media content that encourages them to participate in your marketing campaign.
In conclusion, your content must be customer-centric before anything else.
#4: Value & Relevance
So, you’ve identified your target audience and learned to understand them, but how exactly do you convince them to choose your product over others? How do you stand out amongst your competitors?
It’s equally important to understand your own products and services. You must identify your main value proposition, and how this is relevant to your customers. Having a stellar product is a waste if your target market doesn’t know its full value.
Thus, content marketers should communicate a product’s relevance and unique selling point. It’s their job to inform the target audience on how they can benefit from the product.
There’s no bigger obstacle to brand recall than inconsistency. This applies to all types of content – articles, infographics, video ads, images, and social media posts.
For customers to remember you, your message, design, and overall branding should always be uniform and consistent. A disconnect between these elements is confusing and thus makes it difficult for your audience to recognize your brand.
Therefore, a marketing team must streamline uniform messages, value propositions, templates, and editorial and design guidelines before reaching out to the desired audience. In the world of marketing, familiarity breeds brand recall.
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