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  • Marketing seems to get more complex by the day, and it can be hard to know which trends and technologies are worth your time. Join us as we look ahead to the trends, platforms, and demand gen and content innovations that will matter in 2022 and beyond, and learn how you can start planning for them now. Sponsored by MNTN.

  • You know digital outreach helps drive brand awareness and revenue. But your audience craves something more—a more personalized approach. Learn how marketers are generating qualified leads and exceeding their revenue goals by blending traditional outreach with personalized experiences. Sponsored by Sendoso.

  • Customers love to give feedback, and companies should love it get it—especially because focused feedback can increase your lead conversion rate. Here's how.

  • In times of crisis, people say they want brand messaging to make them feel happy and motivated, according to recent research from Attest.

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

  • Directional data, content proliferation, and instantaneous demand are some of the content marketing trends to keep an eye on this year, according to a recent infographic from Search Engine Journal.

  • A case study can be an effective storytelling tool to use in B2B content marketing. Learn why, as well as how to craft one, in this article.

  • Forget about any data or trends before March 2020, argues speaker and author Mark Schaefer. The business world has fundamentally changed, and the winners are companies that can make a personal connection by showing up human.

  • Audio of all types, from podcasts to voice search, is a powerful form of content marketing. If you're not doing it yet, here's how to get started.

  • An omnichannel ABM approach is now considered the most efficient B2B marketing strategy, resulting in higher win rates, shorter sales cycles, and bigger deals. Here's how to make it work for you.

  • So much of marketing is data-driven. But what makes data high-quality, and what are the advantages of vetting the data you use? This article covers the basics.

  • 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.

  • In the digital age, it's vital that marketing be highly adaptable. But focusing too much on reactive marketing can throw your plans out of control. Here's how to find the balance between the two.

  • Brand response and increasing the bottom line no longer have to be mutually exclusive. Brand response advertising combines the best of both worlds. Here's how.

  • Is there even a "normal" to go back in 2022? For B2B marketing, likely not, because digitization and changes in customer expectations are here to stay.

  • Attention spans are short, on both the Internet and in business presentations. To increase engagement and help audiences retain information, your visual storytelling should include interactive content.

  • 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.

  • New marketing platforms pop up every day, but every shiny new tactic isn't necessarily right for your company. Our second article on panic marketing covers "shiny-object syndrome" and what can be done to avoid it.

  • 2020 and 2021 have been transformative for B2B marketers, and the trend toward digitalization of marketing will continue into 2022, argues this article.

  • B2B marketers say the top area that needs improvement between Marketing and Sales is feedback between the two groups, whereas B2B salespeople say the top area is coordination on target accounts, according to recent research.