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  • Bonnie Rothman and Judy Kalvin from Company B show us ways to humanize our brand, teach us how to start thinking about our brand as legendary, and show the power of a well-told founder's story.

  • For many people, the prospect of trying to negotiate for a higher salary sparks discomfort or even fear. However, making the effort can pay off.

  • LinkedIn is more popular than ever with businesspeople and sales reps, but you can't just use a copy-and-paste method to pitch to your new connections. There is value in being genuine. Here are four ways to rise above generic LinkedIn messaging.

  • B2B buyers say they rely on product demos and vendor websites most when evaluating potential technology purchases, according to recent research from TrustRadius.

  • Are you ready to see lots of maximalism, responsive clutter, and technodystopia in digital design and graphic design next year?

  • That was the question we at MarketingProfs started asking ourselves earlier this year as we realized our annual event, scheduled for San Francisco, wasn't going to happen. As we planned and put on our B2B Forum as a virtual conference, we learned these four things.

  • In 2020, the limitations on travel and face-to-face meetings have brought about the switch to virtual-only selling. Nevertheless, the fundamentals of needs discovery remain, even if in some ways it has become more difficult. But the shift to virtual has given organized sellers an even greater advantage.

  • Thought leadership needs a rethink. Articles and interviews that focus on tactics and coincide with product launches don't have the impact they once did. People are craving stories that guide and inspire. Here's how to get thought leadership right.

  • Mike Betzer, SVP and GM at Khoros Care, dives into the history of the 800 number, long distance dialing, personalized messaging, and MCI—all in an effort to get to the heart of why companies struggle to really talk to their customers.

  • Communication and connection are important in the best of situations, but they become vital when adapting to a new normal. As customer expectations evolve, marketers are thinking how they can adjust to ensure the best possible customer experience. Here are some useful tactics.

  • Email marketing gives you space for customization, direct communication, and easy tracking. But scaling and consistency are hard to achieve. Here are four ways to integrate AI into your email strategy without sacrificing a human touch and all the while achieving consistently better results.

  • Thumbnail images for popular YouTube videos tend to be colorful, to feature human faces, and to contain text, according to recent research from Best SEO Companies.

  • In 2020 LinkedIn finally hopped on the stories bandwagon, rolling out the content format worldwide in October. How can marketers make the most of this mobile-first, mixed-media format?

  • There are more than a few myths about seemingly magical quick fixes for removing spam traps from your email subscriber list. Unfortunately, there's no magic bullet. Let's cover what a spam trap is, the purpose of those pesky email addresses, and how you can avoid them in the future.

  • LinkedIn is the social network that B2B marketers use most and it is also the social network that B2B marketers say delivers the most engagement, according to recent research from Sagefrog.

  • Instagram Stories and Stories ads are viewed by millions of people every day. However, figuring out how to engage and retain audiences with these formats can be challenging.

  • Triggered email—deployed when an individual takes an action or meets a condition defined by the sender—has been around since the early 2000s. Use the tips and tactics in this article to create more engaging, personal triggered emails with better engagement.

  • We're all familiar with the way influencing plays out in sponsored posts on YouTube and Instagram and various other social platforms, but it can also be a valuable strategy in the B2B world. Here's how to get it right for your company.

  • B2B customers want conversations with brands to be accurate and fast, and most say they will stop using communication channels if those expectations aren't met, according to recent research from Drift and Heinz Marketing.

  • Lindsay Tjepkema, the CEO and a co-founder of Casted, talks about going behind the scenes of a podcast about podcasts, while on a podcast. It gets pretty meta! She also shares some brilliant marketing advice for anyone who has (or wants to start) a podcast.