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  • You produce marketing content, and you're considering video because it engages audiences as no other content can. But how much does a video cost to make? It's tough to find an accurate and one-size-fits-all answer—because there are numerous considerations. This infographic breaks those down for you.

  • Twitter has 330 million active monthly users. More than 500 million tweets go out each day—roughly 6,000 tweets each second. How can you or your brand possibly stand out in the torrent of tweets?

  • Whether you're a big or small brand, today's consumers assume you know them and understand them—and can personalize their interactions with you online, offline, across devices, and so on. But where do you even start? Every CMO needs to consider these three key priorities.

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

  • Webinars are nothing new. What IS new is the advancement of webinar technology, making them more effective than ever as a demand-gen vehicle to fuel your sales pipelines. Are you making the most of this measurable, repeatable marketing opportunity? Sponsored by West Digital Media Solutions.

  • 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.