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  • A product information management system sorts, organizes, and updates your marketing assets for you. Sort of like a sentient library card catalogue. Now that would be cool. Lucky for you, PIM can be almost that cool.

  • It's finally here: MarketingProfs' first-of-its-kind report on the state of B2B marketing training. And the revelations abound! Take a look.

  • Technology and data are crucial to your campaign's success. But does your technology give you data when and how you need it? Join us for this webinar and learn how to use real-time customer behaviors to deliver (or pivot) your ads at the exact right time. Sponsored by ViralGains.

  • People who have been working from home because of the pandemic say teleworking has made it easier to balance their work and personal lives but has made them feel less connected to their coworkers, according to recent research.

  • Accessibility is a hot topic in the virtual event and video space. Live captions are an effective way to make your event accessible, but you have logistic choices to make—namely, should you go with a human or a machine?

  • Rapid changes in revenue operations, revenue intelligence, and sales engagement can be confusing for marketers who are focused on content value. That's because their teams have incomplete data. Here's what's missing.

  • The reason you're just now hearing about RevOps everywhere, says SmartBug Media CEO Jen Spencer, is because leaps in technology are redefining the architecture of companies.

  • Martech isn't as simple as pressing a button and automatically getting more leads or higher conversion. If you feed your tech garbage data, you'll get garbage back. In the case of attribution, people often trip over these three issues.

  • Salespeople say 41% of their working time on average is lost to activities that don't generate revenue, according to recent research from Dooly.

  • Most marketers say they do not expect in-house staff to take over work from their marketing agency partners over the next few years, according to recent research from RSW/US.

  • Sales enablement is a company no-brainer, but what about Marketing enablement? Consistent structure and training can help keep marketers around for the long haul. Here's how.

  • Most marketers who work for B2B technology firms say their marketing budget will go up in 2022, according to recent research from 93x.

  • Turning fans into brand evangelists doesn't have to come from outside influencers. Dan Sanchez from Sweet Fish Media shares how giving employees the freedom to establish their own personal brands can have a positive impact on the company's growth.

  • Most B2B firms do not have individuals or teams dedicated exclusively to account-based marketing (ABM), according to recent research from The Marketing Practice.

  • Creativity often drives marketing. But creativity is not measurable. To earn the right to experiment and be artistic in your marketing tactics, you have to first prove you're doing the science right—and that means learning to prove revenue.

  • As important as it is to create a diverse and welcoming workplace, getting there isn't always easy. If you're feeling stuck with your DEI initiative, follow these three steps.

  • Marketers in different roles are focused on different SEO priorities in 2022, though improving collaboration is a shared goal across the board, according to recent research from Conductor.

  • Where do you start when crafting your organization's CX? It helps to know what errors other companies are making. This article outlines three of the most costly mistakes.

  • Price increases don't have to mean your customers' running in the opposite direction. Differentiation and open communication can help. Here are some strategic basics of raising prices.

  • B2B firms with sales and marketing performance that has greatly improved over the past year tend to share traits such as relying on good data and having well-aligned go-to-market teams, according to recent research from Dun & Bradstreet.