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  • Have a topic for a post or other content? That's a great start, but to reach your target audience on search engines, you have to know how to rank for that topic—which requires a lot of organization and research. Here are some tips for how to create content that ranks.

  • What does a copywriter do exactly? The answer is both less confusing and more complex than you might think. This infographic explains what it is, which skills are required, how to break into the industry, and more.

  • In this episode of Marketing Smarts, five MarketingProfs B2B Forum speakers and attendees come together to reflect on this year's event, including what made it special for each of them.

  • Reaching customers with quality content and thought leadership is more important than ever, but so is maintaining a unified voice for your company. The best way to do both is to develop content marketing guidelines.

  • Want career lessons from successful company founders such as Dave Thomas of Wendy's, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Elon Musk of Tesla, and more?

  • Are your marketing and finance teams at odds? It often appears that their goals lie at opposite ends of business strategy, but it doesn't have to be that way. For ways to improve your Marketing and Finance relationship, check out these three tips.

  • Most healthcare marketing executives say the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their content marketing strategy but it has not changed their content marketing budget, according to recent research from True North Custom.

  • Recent work-from-home initiatives have created record demand for telecommuting, team chat, and employee tracking apps. If your B2B company has an app, it's time to look into app store optimization (ASO) to maximize your potential customer base.

  • Time to analyze your own company by assessing your basic competencies and weaknesses, core competencies, digital presence, customer lifetime value, churn rate, and conversion analysis.

  • If you want your brand to succeed today (and into the future) you need to move beyond panic marketing and tactical calendars. You need an agile, strategic marketing plan. Learn how with this Master Class.

  • To develop a robust strategy, you first need to take a step back and understand the elements that make up your market. You'll learn how to do this, and what happens if you do it incorrectly.

  • In this lesson, you'll develop a deeper understanding of your customers by examining the customer journey, the decision-making process, and how your audience interacts with your content at different touchpoints.

  • We all know spray and pray doesn't work. Discover who your customers are, how they perceive you, and how to segment them based on the features and benefits that they care about.

  • If you want your brand to succeed today (and into the future) you need to move beyond panic marketing and tactical calendars. You need an agile, strategic marketing plan. Learn how with this Master Class.

  • In this final lesson, you'll learn to use "convergent viewpoints" to predict how things will change over the next 10 years so you can stay ahead of the competition.

  • In this lesson, you'll learn how to analyze your competitors and predict their responses to any decisions you might make.

  • It's time to bring together all that you've analyzed so far (and challenge any assumptions you made along the way) to determine the targets of your marketing strategy, how to position your brand, and how to make sure your strategy is agile enough to adjust to market shifts.

  • How are marketers keeping their events relevant and engaging in the mostly virtual world of the COVID pandemic? Three major trends are emerging—and here's how to take advantage of them successfully.

  • Marketers say revenue attribution enables better decision-making and helps to align teams, according to recent research from Ascend2.

  • The idea of cold-calling prospects has put a chill in the heart of many a B2B salesperson. But you can become a better, more-effective cold-caller.