The Big 2017 content marketing spend infographic is looking into content budget by numbers, and how to set your content marketing budget.
- Posirank Blog gives us a great “A Step-By-Step Guide To Building A Content Marketing Strategy“.
The future is shiny and hopefully filled with content! Lesson learned out of this, it’s critical for companies of all industries and sizes to develop functional, actionable, and flexible content marketing budgets that help them plan for the inevitable future of content, and how it will interact with the various segments of their companies. Marketers are aware that content rules the game and leads us the way through digital marketing of 2017 and beyond.
First, the infographic looks into the question:
WILL CONTENT MARKETING BE NEEDED MORE THAN EVER IN 2017?
The answer, in short, is YES!
According to a 2016 BuzzSumo post on the Future of Content, the future of content is more, not less. Platforms like The Washington Post publish thousands of posts each day, and Google increases its number of indexed pages by the millions each year.
Content is booming, and it shows no signs of slowing down in 2017. If the content is growing this fast, what will content marketing budgets look like in 2017? Let’s take a look into 10 current facts about the inflating nature of content budgets. If we look for example at Google, their indexed pages have been 1 trillion and grown to 30 trillion in the last seven years alone Dribble digit growth since 2015 takes large effect and the market will grow in 2019 to a $ 300 billion industry.
Keep in mind, Content Marketing is here to stay. Time to plan for the inevitable future of content, and how it will interact with and boost your brand, audience, revenue
When it comes to SEO Google is leading the show with their algorithm and rating if your content is unique or not. Connex published an article which looks into the question, does Google Penalize Duplicate Content? Read more in their article.
The following infographic from Express Writers looks at the big content marketing spend of 2017.
You made several good points there. I did a search on the topic and found most people will agree with your blog.
A lot to learn, wonder if all of it is doable, will let you know. Content creation seems still to be a pain in the ass