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  • B2B sellers have relied heavily on tradeshows, user conferences, and other in-person interactions to launch products and services, generate leads, and nurture relationships. But B2B marketers must now replicate the impact of in-person events online. These 12 tactics will ensure you succeed.

  • This year, businesses have had to grasp at every opportunity to drive interest and sales. Luckily, YouTube has become a useful option. Video is great for user engagement, and YouTube can drive traffic—and leads. To that end, these 15 tools can help you optimize your YouTube content.

  • In the fleeting digital world, empathy toward your customers is an invaluable asset. But companies that fail to let their audience peek into their own human side also fail to build trustful and lasting customer relationships. Doubly so in B2B. Here's how you can solve that problem.

  • Tips for financial services marketers from Varci Media owner Shondell Varcianna, a financial services veteran who helps financial institutions create highly targeted and relevant digital content.

  • Links remain crucial to search engine optimization. But it can be tough for B2B brands, especially when there's no major launch or corporate-level change to attract publishers. Regardless, you can use "tangential content" to build links throughout the year.

  • Particularly when you're dealing with B2B prospects and clients, product videos provide a direct and effective form of communication that can speed up the decision-making process. If you do them right.

  • Marketing automation workflows can engage customers and generate significantly more conversions and sales than ad hoc email campaigns. These are seven workflows vital to successful campaigns.

  • Email is one of the most well-established digital channels, yet many marketers continue to make common mistakes.

  • Whether it's a global pandemic or a data breach, a crisis of any kind can negatively impact your company's operations and reputation. So, what can marketers say and do to keep customers informed and satisfied until the crisis is over? Here's useful advice.

  • Overwhelmed, marketers have little time to learn what the customer really wants, let alone produce the content that really speaks to people on a deep level. The result is a content crisis. But it's possible to create and connect content to the customer journey and lifecycle. And to do it at scale.

  • These principles of social media engagement, along with 10 tried-and-true tips and social media tropes that connect with audiences, will help you write engaging social media copy on behalf of your B2B brand. See how.

  • As a B2B marketer, your work does not start or end with passing along generated leads to the sales team. What's more important is empowering them with targeted content assets to deliver a more personalized and engaging experience to prospects and buyers. Like these 6 content assets.

  • Marketers looking to spice up their content might want to look for inspiration in fashion and entertainment magazines that have traditionally targeted women.

  • Customers say they are most likely to be motivated to take brand surveys if they are going to be rewarded for their opinions, according to recent research from DISQO.

  • Sometimes writing can feel laborious and unfruitful, with your inner critic constantly making you question the quality of your work. So how can you discover your writing genius even when you feel empty?

  • It's more important than ever to communicate with your customers with messages that are authentic, that build relationships—and offer useful information relevant to their business right now. These 3 types of content are well suited to the current environment. Learn more.

  • Effective SEO isn't just about improving your website structure, performance, and content; it's also about signaling the right things to search engines via external pages and platforms.

  • Consultant, author, and creativity expert Dave Birss gives the MarketingProfs audience advice on fostering creativity and innovating during times of emotional turmoil. Like, say, a global pandemic.

  • Though marketing teams can produce content marketing that resonates with prospects and customers, executive-team buy-in and participation can elevate their efforts and open more opportunities to attract higher numbers of qualified leads.

  • Are your brand guidelines working for your team and company? Is the content being shared internally and externally consistent and aligned, no matter which team it's coming from and in what format? If not, it's time to start making some important changes.