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  • There is such a thing as too much content. And if you're creating marketing content for its own sake (i.e., without a clear business need), you've taken a wrong turn onto a dead-end path. Instead, take these four steps on the road to creating the right amount of the right type of content.

  • Marketers aren't always sure what role search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC) advertising should play in their search marketing strategy. Chances are, both SEO and PPC can be useful. To figure out what they can do for your marketing, check out this infographic.

  • Wouldn't it be great to crack the code on producing a successful webcast or virtual event—so you could improve both attendance and engagement? Sponsored by Intrado.

  • Demystifying Event Marketing

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    Event Marketing. It's a term that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it truly mean? Too often, the event marketing discussion seems to focus solely on event promotion. But what else should you do in order to really succeed? Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Joe Lazauskas, head of marketing at Contently, shares advice on using storytelling for content marketing and successfully managing digital transformation. He also discusses the resurgence of interest in customer experience.

  • You've built your marketing career by creating compelling campaigns that capture calls, clicks, likes, shares, and sales. You've mastered the art and science of SEO. But are you ready to market to the next generation of consumers? Are you ready for voice commerce?

  • Building, editing, and sharing a compelling presentation isn't an easy task; it's not particularly cheap, either—because they're often one and done... But there's a way to develop engaging presentation assets that can be used over and over again.

  • Consumers, especially Millennial consumers, are expected to spend more on gifts this holiday season compared with last holiday season, according to recent research from OpenX and The Harris Poll.

  • Nearly every marketer will be asked to manage a project at some point in their career. But not every marketer will have formal project management training—or feel confident in their planning or leadership skills. Leading and managing marketing projects doesn't have to feel overwhelming.

  • Americans by the millions are in the midst of buying candy, costumes, and home and yard decorations in preparation for Halloween this week. For e-commerce considerations, trends, costume preferences, and sales and marketing tips, check out this infographic.

  • The entire retail industry is at a crossroads: store closures, CMO reshuffles, and competition from Amazon. But retailers still have a lucrative opportunity to differentiate themselves and win over undecided shoppers, who are large in number. Here's how.

  • The podcast audience is growing rapidly, and listeners say the quality of content is steadily improving, according to recent research from Adobe.

  • Odds are, you don't need convincing to get on board with email marketing. Most marketers these days use email. But are you using it to its fullest potential? Here are 14 ways to get the most out of email.

  • An economic downturn will come. That's a certainty. What's not certain is exactly when (this year, next?) and how bad it will be (a recession, depression?). But some businesses will do better than others. See what history tells us we might expect during the next downturn.

  • Here are the 2020 B2B content marketing research results from MarketingProfs and Content Marketing Institute. See what key actions and approaches you can take to improve your own content marketing program.

  • Author and e-commerce expert Timothy Seward (Ultimate Guide to Amazon Advertising) explains how advertising on the platform can benefit any brand (not just Amazon sellers).

  • Although most consumers are willing to share personal data to receive personalized experiences in return, many are wary about how well their privacy is guarded, according to recent research from Selligent.

  • Journalists say their biggest pet peeve when being pitched via email is receiving requests to cover things that are irrelevant to their beats, according to recent research from Fractl.

  • In less than three months, "California's GDPR"—the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)—will be come into effect. How are those data-privacy regulations similar, and how are they different? And do you need to comply? Here's what marketers need to know.

  • Wasting time and money targeting the wrong consumers? With access to the world's largest survey on the digital consumer, getting a true understanding of your audience is simpler than ever. This demo of the GlobalWebIndex platform will show you how.