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  • Somewhere online—Google, Yelp, Facebook, Amazon, and so on—there are reviews of your product, service, or company. Some of those reviews are glowing, some are horribly negative, and some are in between. Here's how to handle reviewers and reviews of all kinds.

  • As text marketing technology has evolved, it's become accessible and affordable for every level of sender, giving marketers unprecedented access to their customers' attention. As a result, digital marketing is facing disruption at the hands of SMS and MMS.

  • Building a marketing plan is fairly straightforward if you break it down into its components. First you need to understand the essential elements, then it's time to make your plans crystal clear, targeted, and productive.

  • If "go to where your customer are" is good advice—and it most likely is—then social media is a potentially invaluable medium for us marketers. Content is how we reach customers on social; this infographic lays out seven social media content trends you need to stay on top of.

  • Content marketing was once mostly about launching a website and posting on blogs. Those days are long gone. Today, it's a critical, multifaceted discipline that drives brand awareness as well as sales leads. Still, content campaigns could be even more successful than they are--if only we didn't succumb to these myths.

  • Which terms related to content marketing are searched most on Google? Which hashtags are used most alongside #contentmarketing on Twitter?

  • Marketing is not about bombarding customers with messages and hoping they'll purchase a product; it's about gathering data and listening to what they want. Here are four ways to use data to deliver the end-to-end experience customers are craving.

  • Here's why having a single writer—or small, connected team (think agency)—can be ideal, and how you can mitigate the risk of your content machine's crashing and burning if that resource leaves.

  • Marketers today can communicate with prospects and customers more effectively, instantly measure their efforts, and adjust priorities, workloads, and campaigns as needed. To keep up, however, teams must be able to pivot yet remain in sync, and align their efforts with company goals. But how? The answer is to go agile.

  • What are consumers' viewpoints regarding video on social media, and do marketers' social video approaches and priorities mesh with those viewpoints? These two infographics highlight trends and insights from both camps.

  • Privacy concerns have reached a boiling point. Consumers, regulators, Web browsers, advertisers, brands... all are evolving to meet the changing privacy landscape. Marketers are considering how to best reach customers while respecting their privacy and earning their trust. See what lies ahead in 2020.

  • As we enter a new year and a new chapter in digital marketing, it's imperative that your email campaigns reach their intended destination. Here are 5 best-practices to boost and maintain your email deliverability in 2020.

  • A mobile device is the favorite toy of 44% of Generation Alpha children, according to recent research from Domain.me.

  • To draw in and engage recipients—and result in more conversions—email-design innovations continue unabated. Which is why visually striking and technologically advanced emails will be the face of email design in 2020.

  • The early-warning signs of a recession are all around, and most economists expect a recession by the end of 2020. Recession-proofing takes time and steady effort. These five tactics will ensure marketers are ready for ups and downs, whatever the economic climate.

  • Most B2B marketers expect their firm's 2020 marketing spend to be roughly the same as it was in 2019, according to recent research from Sagefrog Marketing Group.

  • Most people are OK with social media influencers' promoting products—as long as the influencers actually use those products, according to recent research from Influence.co.

  • Compared with "tradigital" forms of marketing, such as email, messaging apps tend to enjoy far greater open rates. And because customers have growing levels of email fatigue, it makes even more sense to use messaging apps to reach your customers.

  • Do you ever wish you had a better handle on Search Engine Optimization? More familiarity with the concepts that could help you make better SEO plans and better communicate your needs to your technical team members? Let us show you how to speak today’s SEO language and win big at search.

  • Email remains one of the most effective tools for marketing. And with the increasing use of mobile devices, it's also one of the most preferred methods of communication. So how can you create the most effective and engaging email campaigns? Sponsored by InfoUSA.