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  • Email: the rock-solid, time-and-customer-tested, Marketing-approved way to keep your customers coming back for more. And here are the stats to prove it--and help you be a better email marketer. So check out this epic compendium of email-related statistics from 40+ sources.

  • YouTube and Amazon were the sites that made the biggest gains in organic search engine visibility last year, according to recent research from Searchmetrics.

  • Customer lifecycle assessment is all about steady improvement—identifying weaknesses so you can eradicate them. The potential rewards of optimizing your customer retention process is so significant in the B2B world, you wouldn't want to give short shrift. Here's your action plan.

  • If you gather information to gain a strong understanding of your competitive landscape and market environment, you can improve your strategy across every area of marketing. Let's take a look at how to gather intel in three areas to help you stand out against your competition and win.

  • Tradeshows are a big investment, so make sure you're prepared. From tips on selling your products to creating relationships, here are some ways you can make your next tradeshow experience a success.

  • Consumers, especially younger ones, are becoming increasingly reliant on online reviews to assess local businesses, according to recent research from BrightLocal.

  • Join Trust Insights co-founder and marketing analytics expert Christopher S. Penn as he explores the marketing analytics trends that marketers will care most about in the year ahead. What should you know? What can you safely put on the back burner? Sponsored by Seismic.

  • Any small business owner knows how complicated the world of credit card fees can be. Here's a guide to help you sort out the process of credit card processing.

  • Marketers must stand out: not as the people who make things look pretty, but as the people who drive tangible value for their organization. These metrics can help prove that marketers are indispensable for growing any business.

  • As technology becomes central to marketing success, one theme stands out: In a tech-centric world, what role does creativity play? The infusion of technology into marketing can pose a fundamental, even existential question for marketers: Is there a role for creativity in a modern marketing program?