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  • Consumers say Facebook and YouTube are the online platforms with the greatest amount of offensive content, according to a recent report from AdColony.

  • Your website is how customers find your business—and how you find customers. Which is why your site must be search-optimized. But search algorithms evolve quickly. You need to keep pace with SEO trends. This infographic helps you do that.

  • Images are key to making your social media posts get noticed. But those images—whether cover photos, profile pics, or visuals in timelines or news feeds—need to be the right display size. The problem? Social platforms often change their guidelines on optimal display sizes. The solution? This infographic.

  • Acquiring new customers is hard. Keeping those customers is less hard—if you listen to them about their needs and wants and preferences. Which is why customer satisfaction surveys are so important. What can you ask about in your customer satisfaction surveys?

  • These days, the Web is where customers find your business—and also where we actually conduct so much of our business, whether that's for marketing or conducting online commerce. You simply can't afford to have your website running at substandard speeds. The handful of stats in this infographic make it clear why you need to boost website page-load speeds.

  • Revisit the emails you sent to your B2B audience recently. How many ideas, emotions, and benefits did each message contain or refer to? How many possible responses could it have elicited? Chances are... too many! For high-converting emails, follow this rule instead.

  • What annoys consumers most about content from brands? Which experiences frustrate people most when consuming content, in general? Adobe surveyed 1,000 US consumers and found the answers to those questions.

  • Although the concept of delivering quality content to educate and build trust with customers is a sound one, actually executing on that idea—in a way that serves both the customer and the marketer—has never been more difficult. But content marketing can—and will—be saved. Here's how.

  • We marketers have been trying for years to decode the most enigmatic generation of our time, Millennials. But many of them are now marketers themselves, and they have set their sights on the next generation: Gen Z. Here are three ways we can break through to this rising generation.

  • How do you spot room for growth when the local SEO playing field looks too even? When you take a close look you'll find the opportunities for growth are there—and can have direct, measurable impact on both search engine visibility and the bottom line. A future-proof strategy exists.

  • Cold email is still an effective way of generating appointments and making new connections. B2B companies, in particular, can still send personalized, cold emails at scale. Here are cold-email principles you can use to create response-boosting outreach campaigns.

  • Most B2B marketers expect to ramp up their production of social media, website, and video content in the next 12 months, according to recent research. But there are differences among senior marketers and their junior colleagues. Here's what marketers think content in the year ahead.

  • Webinars are a great tool for any stage of the buyer's journey, but you're probably not going to get the level of attention and engagement you're after if your webinar is a sales presentation in disguise. Take these four basic actions to ensure better ROI for your webinar efforts.

  • Six marketing experts sit down with Kerry O'Shea Gorgone at Adobe Summit to talk customer experience, creativity and innovation, the 25th anniversary of digital advertising, and more.

  • Page titles are an important, but often overlooked, part of achieving success with your SEO efforts. When used correctly, they can help you achieve greater organic search visibility and higher click-through-rates for your website. Here are a few tips on how to optimize your page titles and improve your SEO.

  • In a world full of "READ THIS!" "BUY NOW!" and "CLICK HERE!" sometimes the only action customers want to take is to click away. And we marketers shouldn't blame them. So, what do we do? How else can we inspire action?

  • Infographics, a type of long-form visual content, are often created by marketers primarily to boost engagement on social media and drive traffic to websites. But infographics can work great for lead generation, too.

  • Compliance protocols and processes need to meet C-suite expectations, but they also need to be flexible and responsive enough for front-line employees to be quick, creative, and, of course, compliant.

  • Content marketers regularly send out guest-article or guest-post pitches. But do those pitches resonate with the editors who receive them? Unfortunately, not very often. But why? In this infographic, business and marketing website editors explain why—and how to write pitches that get, and hold, editors' attention.

  • The next consumer powerhouse generation can be summed up in one letter: Z. Communicating with and marketing to this young audience of digital natives isn't easy. But it is possible—if you focus on their diverse subcultures. Here's how.