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  • Programmatic advertising uses technology to automate media buying: Advertisers bid in real-time for a specific audience, and the highest bidder wins the impressions that are up for auction—all in the blink of an eye. See more about the process, benefits, challenges, and the current state of programmatic.

  • Some 87% of professionals who plan in-person business gatherings such as conferences say they have canceled events because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from PCMA.

  • Upselling makes sense when business is booming, but how about in times of economic uncertainty—like now? Companies that can strategically and compassionately navigate business development conversations in these times will be the ones that emerge intact and in good standing.

  • Marketing strategies were not conceived with disruptions like coronavirus in mind. For many organizations, COVID-19 has turned the 4Ps—product, place, price, and promotion—into 4Cs: confusion, calamity, chaos, and complexity. That means we must reassess and adjust the 4Ps.

  • The Coronavirus crisis and crashing economic demand have resulted in rampant downsizing in numerous industries. Depending on how it's done, downsizing can weaken or strengthen your organization—during a crisis and for years afterward. So where should you deploy your precious resources?

  • How do you sign off your marketing emails in a way that fits your brand—but still shows you're aware of what's going on during a tough time for your customers? Here's a chart with 30+ options, listed from best to worst, with brand-voice options both cheeky and formal.

  • These past few weeks have gutted us all emotionally, personally, and professionally. It has also left many of us feeling uninspired, stilted, and kinda... blah. Join Ann Handley for the first ever Tiny House Talk, a new kind of webinar to engage your brain and make you feel normal(ish) for an hour.

  • You need to know what's being said online about you, your brand, your competition, your industry, and other topics you're interested in. At first, Google Alerts might seem the most obvious choice, but it's notoriously unreliable.You have options, though, including these 4 alternatives.

  • Amazingly, five generations work together in today's workplaces. And if the Silent Generation is conservative, Boomers are materialistic, Gen X is skeptical, Millennials are narcissistic, Gen Z is impulsive... how well do they work together? Or are those stereotypes just all wrong? Let's find out.

  • Kelly Hungerford of oral care brand Sunstar Global opens up about how she brought the company's European marketing organization into the digital era.

  • B2B marketers who rely on in-person interactions to connect with clients and drive lead generation now need alternatives. One strategy to continue promoting our brands is digital advertising—including programmatic. And it doesn't have to be complicated.

  • In addition to being easier to understand and consume, video in general is more likely to be shared by users, making it an excellent marketing tool. They're also capable of being viewed or listened to by anyone, including those with disabilities—which is why you need to create accessible videos.

  • Marketers at enterprise companies say they plan to shift budget away from in-person conferences and spend more on virtual events because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from NewsCred and Sirkin Research.

  • What do top-performing sales negotiators do differently? Do they tend to rely more on certain approaches and tactics than other sellers do? RAIN Group surveyed 262 salespeople who work in 26 industries. Here's what it found.

  • With new social and messaging platforms emerging every day, it's natural to wonder whether email is still relevant. But, even though we have a myriad ways to communicate with customers today, email is still unmatched. And these five tips will help you increase your returns from email even more.

  • It's never been easier to monitor what's being said in traditional and social media about companies, brands, individuals. But it's also never been more complicated: There are dozens of platforms, and they make all kinds of claims. Here's what you need to know when evaluating media monitoring services.

  • The instability created by the pandemic makes it tricky to simultaneously navigate brands' most pressing and longer-term needs. But one thing is clear: It's more important than ever for Marketing to stay agile, relevant, and ready to adapt—if necessary again and again. Here are a few emerging best-practices.

  • It's been nearly 40 days and 40 nights since the US got serious about acknowledging and responding to COVID-19. Like everyone else, marketers have been overwhelmed. The floodwaters surrounding us may be muddy now, but as the currents calm the sediment will settle. Then what?

  • Our CX efforts are not selfless: We provide a positive customer experience because it drives repeat purchases and long-term loyalty. But what happens when there is a once-in-a-century pandemic? CX can't be about maximizing lifetime value.Yes, it's time to get real about customer-centricity.

  • You've probably received emails from every brand you've ever interacted with over the past 20 years, telling you about what they're doing for their community and customers in these "unprecedented" times. Here are 30 creative alternatives to "unprecedented" you might use in your communications.