“Interactive is the future of content, and guess what - that future is here!”
Simon Berg, CEO
Inc, Content Marketing is Dead- Long Live Interactive Content Marketing
Demand Gen Report, 2015 Content Preferences Survey
Demand Metric, Content & Buyer’s Journey Report
Social Times, Social Media Overload – How Much Information Do We Process Each Day?
Social Media Today, The Big Content Spend: How & Where Are Brands Placing Their Content Budgets
QuickSprout, How to Cut Your Bounce Rate in Half with Interactive Content
The Radicati Group, Email Statistics Report, 2014 - 2018
“Interactive content is a huge opportunity that’s still in its infancy. If you ever wished you discovered something before everyone else adopted it, this is it.”
Neil Patel, Founder
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The Cure for Content Fatigue
The average social media
user encounters 285
pieces of content daily.
70% of marketers say interactive content is effective at converting visitors. Just 36% indicate that static content is effective at converting visitors.
“Shorter, more interactive formats
such as assessments and ROI
calculators continue to gain
favor with buyers.”
Demand Metric Report
“We need to be more interesting, engaging and data-driven with our content to stand out—and one solution is interactive content marketing.”
Yoav Vilner, Co-Founder
93% of marketers say interactive content is effective at educating buyers.
121 emails per day.
88% of marketers say interactive content is effective at differentiating their brand. Just 55% indicate that static content is effective at differentiating.
27 million pieces
of content are
shared every day.
Businesses are shifting more of
their marketing spend to support content creation. However, the
market is becoming saturated
with static content, and
consumers are starting to tire of
reading the same old articles, whitepapers, and eBooks.
What’s the cure for the growing
outbreak of content fatigue?