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  • The effects of the pandemic have taken a mental toll on everyone. In 2021, companies have a responsibility to address the stressors of today's work environment and provide mental health resources to support their employees, particularly in these three areas.

  • A pandemic-induced recession—when your customers are spending more time online—is the perfect time to be using influencers as part of your marketing strategy. Here are five major benefits of doing so.

  • COVID has shown us that everything is connected—and in a business setting, connection requires alignment among departments, Sales and Marketing included. From a sales enablement perspective, here's how you can drive alignment.

  • A unified data strategy is incredibly important for companies seeking to improve their marketing efficiency, data quality, and customer journey. Here are five insights and recommended actions than can help.

  • In 2020, several tidal waves disrupted traditional marketing. Luckily, as marketers, we've never been so well prepared to handle chaos. Stand out as a star marketer by equipping yourself with these three traits: the 3Cs of marketing success.

  • Automation is a huge advantage in B2B marketing, especially if you're conducting multiple campaigns across channels. But an automation tool can do more than send out automatic emails—it can transform the way your business operates. See how in this article.

  • As marketers, in matters SEO we are often at the mercy of the almighty Google. But 2020 proved that it pays to be prepared, and businesses stand to better manage future crises by staying up to date on these four SEO developments.

  • Pressures from the pandemic environment are falling on B2B companies to speed up their digital transformation efforts. Thinking like a marketer will enable you to tackle digitization with grace, intention, and, most important, a customer-centric approach. Find out how.

  • What was once a marketing database has evolved, as marketers have adopted customer data platforms (CDPs) and new ecosystems of activation platforms. But CDPs tend to suffer from a functional gap, limited as they are to first-party data. Here's how that gap can be bridged.

  • The creation of targeted information—about companies, products, services, and more—has been around for generations. Collateral, sales aids, product literature, brand books... all were earlier monikers for what's now lumped into "content." It's a long-established discipline. And here's how it actually works.

  • We're all scrambling for new ways to connect with customers during COVID, but the easiest method could be right on our desktops: LinkedIn. The platform is more popular than ever, and many companies are overlooking features that could factor into 2021 marketing plans.

  • Now that most companies are completely focused on their bottom line, extensive brand marketing can be difficult to justify. Using a contextual or native brand strategy is one way to create branded content while simultaneously measuring performance and return.

  • In 2020, it became clear to marketers that customers who are faced with uncertainty embrace personalized communication. That means it's time to junk marketing-speak and instead opt for a more authentic approach. These four tips can help.

  • 2020 changed everyone, including B2B buyers, and your content strategy must change with them—which means better personalization. But it doesn't mean being stalker-y. Instead, use these five tips for a truly personalized B2B strategy.

  • There is no one-size-fits-all solution for ABM: The right strategy and technology depend on the size and nature of your organization. But a bigger enterprise means a more complex system, and that can lead to serious mistakes. Learn how to avoid them.

  • A customer's email address is a hard-won valuable asset—so you need to make sure the emails you send aren't bouncing or being ignored. Early on in 2021, follow these two pieces of advice.

  • 2020 is finally behind us. So where do B2B marketers go from here? The challenges from an upended year will continue to factor into strategies for 2021 and beyond—in these four areas in particular.

  • In 2021, the things companies say are extra important, and there are more places to say them than ever. Marketers are facing a massive demand for content. Avoid being overwhelmed: Focus on these three survival tactics.

  • We've all received advance notice of Google's impending page experience update, set to debut this year. But what does "page experience" really mean, and how will it affect B2B sites in particular? You can get the rundown here.

  • Losing the occasional customer is an inevitable reality—but it doesn't have to be the end. The right targeted content techniques can both win back people who stopped using your service and ensure they never stray again. Just follow these five steps.