This in-depth ebook offers everything you need to know about social login and the future of consumer identity. This buyer's guide offers the basics for SMS, one of the simplest forms of communication, and how businesses can use it to interact with their customers to boost satisfaction and sales.
Master the lead nurturing process by understanding the five common mistakes that B2B companies make during the lead nurturing process—and practical tips for how to avoid them.
Valuable insight into mobile optimization, different approaches, best practice considerations, and practical applications for effective mobile strategies.
This easy-to-read ebook offers close look at the heinous crimes of survey design and how you can get on the path to survey success.
Learn everything you need to know to grow your small business—from taglines, to marketing plans, to websites, and more—in our handy, 65-page guide, DIY Marketing Essentials for Small Business. Consider it your secret weapon for small business success (or domination, for that matter).
MarketingProfs' 55-page How-To Guide, Tame the Giant: The Complete Field Guide to Facebook Marketing, provides insights into the Facebook audience, strategies for engagement, tactics and tools for success, and loads of real-life examples.
YouTube is an easy-to-use and inexpensive media platform with a gigantic reach. Learn how you can use YouTube to create awareness for your brand and connect with interested views with A Quick Guide to YouTube & Creating Your Own YouTube Channel.
Influencer Marketing Success Stories features 13 companies that have leveraged the influence of opinion-makers and online reviewers to achieve their marketing objectives. With examples including Forbes Digital and Virgin America, this new Case Study Collection will show you how to use influencers to boost brand awareness, introduce new products, increase sales, and more.
Nearly 90% of marketers across all industries use it to grow their businesses, big and small. But what works today? Find the answers in original research by MarketingProfs and Junta42 (2010), What Works in 2011: Content Marketing, covering the most common goals of content marketing programs and how businesses measure results.
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