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LinkedIn Introduces New Audience Engagement Insights Through Third-Party Partnership

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LinkedIn Helps Marketers Discover New Audience with Audience Engagement API

LinkedIn recently announced the launch of the new Audience Engagement Insights to its Partner Program along with the addition of five third-party analytics platforms that integrate with the LinkedIn Audience Engagement API – Amobee, Annalect, Hootsuite, Ogilvy, and Sprinklr. Today, we’re excited to announce a new category to the LinkedIn Partner Program – Audience Engagement. Launch partners including Amobee, Annalect, Hootsuite, Ogilvy, and Sprinklr have integrated the LinkedIn Audience Engagement API to create offerings that enable customers and clients to discover new audiences, better understand the types of content those audiences are engaging with and see how your content is performing against industry benchmarks. This new insight is positioned to help marketers refine their content strategy and deliver better ROI for LinkedIn ad campaigns and organic posts. The new partner category aims to provide:

  • Audience discovery that allows companies to discover new audiences who have high engagement with topics and articles related to their industry.
  • Content recommendations that can help inform marketers on what to post and who to target on LinkedIn.
  • Industry benchmarking that enables marketers to better understand the kinds of content their competitors are posting and how their engagement compares.

LinkedIn Audience profile data via Amobee
LinkedIn Audience profile data via Amobee

LinkedIn Takes The Next Step

Such news could be of significant value as Microsoft has reported that LinkedIn is currently seeing ‘record level of engagement’ with an increase in revenue by 33% and growth of 34%. In order to utilize these new insights, you’ll need to work with an approved LinkedIn partner. At the moment, the partner pool for its Audience Engagement API is limited, with LinkedIn keeping a close eye on how its data is used. LinkedIn also notes that these are “aggregated insights that do not identify our members,” ensuring that user privacy is kept in focus. LinkedIn has also made it easier for marketers to discover trending topics and content that key audiences like to engage with. These insights can help inform content marketing strategies and assist content leads in knowing what to post and who to target. LinkedIn has been testing its audience engagement features over the past few months, and two partners in the test group have since commented on LinkedIn’s blog post announcing the new insights. Hootsuite vice president of alliances, Stefan Krepiakevich said, The added capabilities will enable Hootsuite Impact customers to discover new audiences to improve campaign targeting while increasing organic and paid performance on LinkedIn. And Amobee senior VP of social sales and partnerships, Johnny Horgan added, We’re excited to blend LinkedIn insights with Amobee’s Brand Intelligence solution to give a new perspective into professional content and engagement trends. This unique collaboration allows Amobee to paint a more holistic picture for clients and provide them with expanded layers of insight that guide their marketing strategies.

Jérôme Léon

Twitter: Verification Check Mark Will Cost You More

11/04/2022

These days Twitter is all over the news. The social media platform has become Elon Musks’ most recent investment making him the owner.

That also means he’s running the show over at Twitter. As we’ve already seen through his abrupt employee layoffs, he’s making cuts where he can save money. He’s also introduced several features that may further monetize content on the app.

Read More: The Future of Twitter’s Monetization 

Take a Twitter Blue Account or Don’t

Speaking of money, the latest change that Musk wants to make to Twitter is combining that little blue check mark for verified users into the Twitter Blue subscription. Instead of blue check marks being unattainable for some, now users can decide to pay $8 per month.

Elon Musk tweeted about this change on November 1st, here’s what he had to say.

For those of you who already have a blue check mark, you have 90 days to sign up with Twitter Blue or you’re not going to have a check mark anymore. Currently, the Twitter Blue subscription costs $4.99 for a set of premium features.

Price Hike For Verified Users

If you are a verified user than the recent announcement of a price hike can be frustrating to hear. In terms of price hike’s its look like Twitter Blue is going to skyrocket to $19.99 per month, reports The Verge.

Read More: Twitter Communities Visible On Profile!

The reason for such a jump in price is Musk’s push to create the Twitter Blue subscription as an all-encompassing premium subscription. His main reason for this is to weed out the bots and ensure that users are real people.

All in all, Twitter users with check marks have a decision to make, to keep or not to keep.

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New Study On Google Search Zero-Clicks

10/27/2022

Recently, a new study published findings about Google’s zero-click searches.

In the past, they’ve been made out to be more or less the problem when it comes to Search results. But Semrush’s study found that it was in fact another factor that was influencing the rates of desktop and mobile zero-clicks.

SEO Lingo: What are Zero-Clicks?

In the case of zero-clicks, it’s pretty much just as it sounds. With a few additional points that are important to know. Search Metrics defines zero clicks as “…queries in search engines…that do not send you to a third-party website from an organic search result.”

Read More: You Can Use Third-Party Cookies For An Extra Year

You might be wondering why SEO find zero-clicks to be a pain. Well, Search Metrics also says that “around 50 percent of searches currently end without a click on an organic search result.”

The Semrush Study Results

With this study bringing more information to light about search results you might be wondering about where in fact the clicks went.

Image Credit: SEMrush

In the image above is a breakdown of Google’s search findings for desktops. Based on these stats, one interesting factor is the google keyword rate, sitting at 17.9%. Search Engine Land reports that the majority of users searching “decide what to click on within 15 seconds.”

Read More: Five Changes Coming To Mobile Search

This sheds some light on the search decision-making skills. It appears as though if the results aren’t specific enough, then search won’t keep reading results. Instead, they will change the keywords used in their search, thus upping the zero-click rate.

For more details, you can read the full SEMrush study on their site.

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