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  • Having a content strategy in place is important, but it's not the only step to content success. Here are six considerations to ensure that your content marketing efforts are not being wasted.

  • Instagram's IGTV could be exactly what your marketing needs to take your social media video strategy to the next level. Here are 7 tips to help marketers use IGTV.

  • Traditional content marketing is no longer enough. Today's most successful brands are creating immersive Web experiences, and you can too. It's easier than you might think, and will yield significant business results. Ceros will show you how, in this sponsored demo of their software.

  • Increasing email engagement is marketers' top priority and challenge, but email deliverability issues can undermine engagement. Unsubscribe from these 5 email myths to increase email deliverability.

  • The future of B2B marketing is about creating content that attracts an audience and delivers measurable value by harnessing your team's—no, your entire organization's—expertise. We'll show you how to use that talent to activate a content marketing strategy that produces better business outcomes.

  • Making your emails accessible visually, audibly, cognitively, and neurologically isn't just the right thing to do—it may even be good for business. Here's a checklist of ways to make your emails more readable for everyone.

  • One bad brand experience can turn even a loyal customer over to your competitors, so providing stellar service is a must. See how brands can better communicate with customers to encourage retention and loyalty.

  • Advertising are pouring money into podcast ads, and for good reason. The audiences tend to be targeted, tech-savvy, high-income-earning, and educated. Check out who's listening and why your brand might want to tune in.

  • SAP Ariba's vice-president of influencer marketing, Amisha Gandhi, discusses the company's approach to building lasting relationships with industry influencers.

  • Sales emails are often easily overlooked, but adding video to your emails can give your company the competitive edge. Here's a guide on how to do that and which tools can help.

  • The assumption is that negative comments of rival fans hurt the involved brands--at least on the social media channels on which those comments and interactions take place. But is that really the case?

  • Increase your email program's ROI by knowing your who customers are and what content they want to see. Use these six methods to personalize your emails beyond the basics.

  • Are your marketing efforts overlooking one of the most effective channels: word-of-mouth? Getting people to talk about and recommend your brand can have a huge impact on conversions. See who people trust and what gets people talking.

  • Instagram has major potential to bring awareness to your brand—and you don't always have to pay celebrity prices to be seen. The channel is growing fast, in part thanks to the influence of advocates and small influencers.

  • Want to future-proof your business for search—and more? Make sure you provide relevant, contextual answers to consumers' voice searches. Here's how.

  • How should you select your voiceover talent? A report explains what guides marketers to select the voices they do and how the right voice can create a true, emotional connection with your audience.

  • Great deal! Buy now!! But why should people buy from your brand over the competition? That's where your value proposition comes in. Here are five steps to test whether your value prop is helping you succeed—or fail.

  • LinkedIn can do more than help you find a job. It's a great tool for selling your products and services as well. Here's how to use the platform to drive conversions.

  • Personalization. Everyone's doing it, so is it even special anymore? Enter localization and hyper-personalization—"real-time and discernible data to fashion supremely contextual communication relevant to the customer."

  • Do people recognize famous advertising jingles? How well do members of different generations recall famous commercial tunes?