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  • Content marketing has become a critical element of B2B marketing strategy. And for good reason: It can help build brand, authority, and awareness. Not to mention leads. To help you put together your B2B content marketing plan of action, check out these benchmark statistics.

  • Content marketing helps you build an audience that enjoys your content, engages with it, and shares it with peers. The result: a strong content-led company that attracts new and repeat customers. How can you build an ardent customer base with content marketing?

  • 2020 is destined to be yet another year of consistent growth for influencer marketing as it expands its reach into new industries, social networks, and content formats. And it's not just a B2C marketing strategy: B2B marketers can use it to achieve measurable business results.

  • In the new era of data privacy and more stringent privacy regulations, marketers need to turn away from third-party data. To build trust while maintaining personalization, marketers are turning to zero-party data. So... what is it, and how can you collect it?

  • Do top-performing blog posts tend to have certain characteristics in common, such as copy length, headline length, headline type, and content structure? To find out, SEMrush analyzed 700,000 posts on different blogs.

  • Because the online content landscape is so crowded, audiences value originality that engages them. One way savvy content marketers are responding is to create compelling interactive content. Here are 4 types of interactive content you can build.

  • Chief marketing officers have the shortest average tenure among C-suite executives at large US companies, followed by chief human resources officers, according to recent research from Korn Ferry.

  • How is your loyalty program doing these days? If it isn't thriving, the four issues outlined in this article could be at fault. They're among the most common problems afflicting loyalty programs today.

  • Marketers know that people gravitate toward a brand they relate to, and they respond to marketing and advertising messages that in some way mirror their lives. But when consumers' views of themselves change, as they inevitably do these days, how can we respond?

  • The fastest-growing companies in the United States are using social media to achieve a wide-range of goals, including to brand build and to generate sales, according to recent research published by The Center for Marketing Research.

  • Companies invest billions in data, analytics, and technology to better target and predict customer behavior. We are collecting more data than we know what to do with, so we think we no longer need qualitative research. Big mistake: We need to go beyond data to truly understand the customer.

  • The overall email open rate last year across 19 industries was 17%, according to Campaign Monitor. Check out the average open, clickthrough, unsub, and bounce rates for each industry.

  • For PR professionals and marketers in general, Valentine's Day is the perfect time to remember best-practices for showing the love to the press. Here are a handful of ways you can do that and build a mutually beneficial relationship.

  • Account-based marketing (ABM) delivers significant benefits for B2B businesses, but it usually takes time before firms can reap those rewards, according to recent research from the ABM Leadership Alliance and ITSMA.

  • Online, it can take numerous impressions to make the equivalent of a first impression in the physical world. Retargeting is a marketer's second chance (and third and fourth and fifth...) to make that all-important first impression. These stats and facts will help you craft your own retargeting strategy.

  • The future of marketing is all about performance—lead quality and revenue contribution. So, very soon, marketers' best friend will be conversational AI. Bots. User interfaces that rely on artificial intelligence and machine-learning to engage users, deliver leads, and increase conversions.

  • Marketing stars Christopher Penn, Chris Brogan, Goldie Chan, Carlos Hidalgo, Katie Martell, and MarketingProfs' own Nina Bell share mistakes and missed marketing opportunities and lessons those experiences taught them. MarketingProfs Chief Content Officer Ann Handley co-hosts this special 404th episode.

  • Millennial parents tend to think of technology as a parenting tool and are more concerned about safe content than content overload for their kids, according to recent research from Fullscreen.

  • Video's popularity has exploded, leading to YouTube's becoming a massive search engine. Chances are, your customers—and potential customers—are conducting searches there associated with the products or services you or your competitors offer. That's where YouTube bumper ads come in.

  • Gen Zers tend to have longer queries and are more likely to use certain words when searching online, according to recent research from Fractl.