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  • LinkedIn is more popular than ever with businesspeople and sales reps, but you can't just use a copy-and-paste method to pitch to your new connections. There is value in being genuine. Here are four ways to rise above generic LinkedIn messaging.

  • Everybody wants to be a thought leader. But there's more to it than just creating some fancy content. How can you establish yourself or your brand as an authority while also boosting your SEO efforts? It starts with an understanding of the data and tactics you need to leverage.

  • In a rapidly changing world, B2B marketers are taking on a new, consultative role—that of solutions architect. Here are six ways to embrace the change and step out ahead of trends to make yourself an even more valuable business partner.

  • Marketers say they face a key measurement dilemma with programmatic advertising: Their bosses want a clear sense of how media is performing, but it's often difficult to report ROI with accuracy.

  • Are you ready to see lots of maximalism, responsive clutter, and technodystopia in digital design and graphic design next year?

  • Effective retail-marketing campaigns allow your brand to maximize the value of each customer and each touch point. But you need a strategic plan that makes your brand stand out, gives customers the info they need and want—and drives business. It's time for a red carpet-worthy makeover. Sponsored by Iterable.

  • Your B2B marketing plan for 2021 is going to look a whole lot different from your plan for 2020. But with change comes opportunity—and new ways to work, engage with customers, and drive results. Get ready to strategize for success now and in the year ahead. Sponsored by Accountable Digital.

  • Three MarketingProfs PRO members talk with our podcast hosts, and special guest co-host Chris Brogan, about how they've come back stronger after the pandemic hit in March, and lessons they've learned about reclaiming success from disruption.

  • Mistakes in marketing are inevitable, but too many can ruin your budget. Here are seven common pitfalls that are easily fixable by adjusting your strategy. Learn how you can avoid them.

  • That was the question we at MarketingProfs started asking ourselves earlier this year as we realized our annual event, scheduled for San Francisco, wasn't going to happen. As we planned and put on our B2B Forum as a virtual conference, we learned these four things.

  • Inbound and outbound marketing can both be valuable strategies for generating leads and driving sales.

  • Apple, Amazon, and Google are the major brands people in the United States have felt most intimately connected to during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from MBLM.

  • In 2020, the limitations on travel and face-to-face meetings have brought about the switch to virtual-only selling. Nevertheless, the fundamentals of needs discovery remain, even if in some ways it has become more difficult. But the shift to virtual has given organized sellers an even greater advantage.

  • Thought leadership needs a rethink. Articles and interviews that focus on tactics and coincide with product launches don't have the impact they once did. People are craving stories that guide and inspire. Here's how to get thought leadership right.

  • With inaccurate, incomplete, or unenriched data, the campaigns you're running are akin to throwing darts—while blindfolded—in a crowded room. You might hit something, but likely not the growth target you were aiming for. In a digital era, here's what data hygiene can do for you.

  • The ever-increasing number of channels your customers and partners use to engage with your business requires a new approach to creating and managing your digital strategy. Get ready to harness the awesome power of omnichannel experiences to your advantage. Sponsored by Progress Sitefinity.

  • Most marketers say the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on their firm's marketing technology (martech) budget, according to recent research from Demand Spring.

  • We've entered a new era of data privacy: Third-party cookies are being phased out, and marketers must look at other options for collecting data from customers. Zero-party data has obvious benefits. Here are the details.

  • 2020 has rebooted marketing. As companies move to finalize 2021 planning, we have an opportunity to accelerate progress in the direction that we've known for years we need to go toward. When planning for next year, keep these three key factors in mind.

  • Most marketers know that creating buyer personas can be a highly effective way to better target marketing efforts and drive stronger results.