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  • The most acceptable mobile ad format are rewarded videos (i.e., users receive some sort of reward in exchange for time spent viewing), according to recent research from AdColony.

  • Though they are often conflated, content marketing and thought leadership are not the same. Learn more about their differences and similarities—along with how to use both content types—in this article.

  • Unlocking the nuances of the human brain in relation to marketing is a fascinating area of study. Nancy Harhut joins us to talk psychology, behavioral sciences, questionable experiments, and how these all relate to marketing.

  • The past year has shown us that anything can happen. In the future, how can we adapt to the moment and communicate in the best way possible? Check out these three tips.

  • Do you know the difference between the two types of in-stream ads on YouTube? Or how about where YouTube's bumper ads and video discovery ads appear?

  • Speaker, author, and influence marketing expert Jason Falls shares tips and insights from his new book, Winfluence: Reframing Influencer Marketing to Reignite Your Brand.

  • Digital communication is more important than ever, but many marketers are still wondering how to effectively handle engagement tactics and customer experiences in the virtual world. While forming your strategy, keep these five tips in mind.

  • Marketers can truly have a fundamental impact on their audience's quality of life. Jasmine Gee joins us and shares how she's used marketing to help with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout and how she's connected with her audience in a profound way.

  • Marketers say enhancing personalization, testing designs, and using welcome/thank you automated messages are among the most important email marketing optimizations, according to recent research from Ascend2.

  • Did you know that users take 0.05 seconds, on average, to form an opinion about a website—and 94% of those initial impressions are related to design elements?

  • The creation of targeted information—about companies, products, services, and more—has been around for generations. Collateral, sales aids, product literature, brand books... all were earlier monikers for what's now lumped into "content." It's a long-established discipline. And here's how it actually works.

  • Why do writers procrastinate? Often, they chalk it up to a lack of discipline that can be overcome with willpower. In truth, many writers procrastinate not because they're lazy but because the task feels too daunting or boring.

  • How will Super Bowl LV be different from past big games? What key shifts in behavior should marketers be watching?

  • In 2020, it became clear to marketers that customers who are faced with uncertainty embrace personalized communication. That means it's time to junk marketing-speak and instead opt for a more authentic approach. These four tips can help.

  • Which social media shifts should marketers be watching closely in 2021? This infographic explores key trends that could have a major impact on social media strategies this year.

  • What makes a memorable customer experience? How can brands differentiate themselves via the customer experience they provide? CX wizard Jeannie Walters shares her insights, including how understanding what's in your customers' hearts is key to success.

  • Losing the occasional customer is an inevitable reality—but it doesn't have to be the end. The right targeted content techniques can both win back people who stopped using your service and ensure they never stray again. Just follow these five steps.

  • Many of us still rely on traditional content types to drive our content marketing and thought leadership. It's time for that to change: Your company podcast contains all the content you need in easy-to-repurpose conversations. Here's the why and how-to.

  • Engineers place the most value on information-heavy content, such as datasheets, case studies, and whitepapers, when making purchasing decisions about products and services, according to research from TREW Marketing and GlobalSpec.

  • Launching a new product or service comes with plenty of PR headaches. Your press release announcing your news shouldn't be one of them. Still, marketers commit one of the biggest mistakes of a launch when they get the press release wrong. Here's how to get it right.