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  • 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?

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Apple iPhone and Google Gmail are the two most popular clients for opening emails in 2020, according to recent research from Litmus.

  • Over the past decade, Instagram has become one of the most popular social networks in the world, increasing its user base from only 1 million in 2010 to over a billion today.

  • Successful demand generation relies on effective content and reliable data—but marketing content can stagnate, and data can be intimidating. Here's how to use both to build a demand gen foundation that can withstand even the most tumultuous times.

  • B2B buyers say they rely on product demos and vendor websites most when evaluating potential technology purchases, according to recent research from TrustRadius.

  • Attitudes and behaviors have shifted during the COVID pandemic. Now that marketers and the general population, including B2B buyers, are using social media more than ever, it's time to re-examine how working with influencers can help your company.

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

  • In B2B marketing, it's just as important to keep a customer happy as it is to convince a new prospect to buy. Customer marketing programs help to grow customer advocacy and build long-lasting relationships. Here are five easy tactics you can use.

  • Email marketing gives you space for customization, direct communication, and easy tracking. But scaling and consistency are hard to achieve. Here are four ways to integrate AI into your email strategy without sacrificing a human touch and all the while achieving consistently better results.

  • As marketers, we compete for our audience's attention—and struggle to focus attention on our own work. Rob Hatch, CEO of Owner Media Group and author of the book Attention!, shares advice and insights from his book.