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  • Carlos Gil explains why employee advocacy and social media are key to a brand's success, and he shares insights from his new book, The End of Marketing: Humanizing Your Brand in the Age of Social Media and AI.

  • Marketers struggle mightily to take advantage of the huge opportunity that is mobile advertising. That's because we must first understand how receptive consumers are to certain types of messaging at various moments during the day. These insights will help.

  • Content marketing helps shape your company's place in the marketplace. The key to creating content that drives website visits, improves conversion, and creates brand lift is understanding what your audience needs and how you can best provide it. Make sure your content marketing can compete.

  • Some niche businesses think a small social presence and a semi-decent website are enough to engage customers in the age of digital marketing. Not even close, of course... So, what do successful customer engagements look like in the age of digital transformation?

  • Most people say they feel frustrated when they encounter AI-powered communication options from brands and are not able to talk to a human, according to recent research from Invoca and The Harris Poll.

  • The most popular time to read emails in the United States is in the morning, with opens peaking between 10 AM and 11 AM, according to recent research from Litmus.

  • It's already back-to-school season—the second-biggest retail event of the year, behind holiday shopping. But effectively targeting these shoppers takes a bit of planning. Use the stats and strategies in this infographic to plan the most effective back-to-school campaigns.

  • Technical audiences value content that helps them solve problems, and makes it easier to do their jobs well—especially when it's produced and promoted by companies they trust. This guide offers the best practices and helpful tips that you need. Sponsored by Stack Overflow.

  • Companies aren't living, breathing things, so they must communicate their personality and identity—their brand—through design elements. Which is why design and branding are inseparable. See how that process works, along with a couple of good examples.

  • MarketingProfs Chief Content Officer, best-selling author, and global keynote speaker Ann Handley shares her secret to writing addictive email newsletters.

  • Ready or not, your customers want and expect personalized communications from your brand. Thankfully, there's a five-step framework you can use to kick your email marketing up a notch. Here's how.

  • You've likely sat through dozens of terrible presentations—and you're right to feel you were robbed of your time. Avoid subjecting your own audiences to the same fate with your own presentations: Apply these content marketing principles to create and deliver stellar presentations.

  • Only about half of LinkedIn users have a complete profile; yet, those who have a complete, optimized profile are about 40 time more apt to receive a job opportunity via LinkedIn. For all you need to know to create a highly optimized LinkedIn profile, check out this infographic.

  • Word-of-mouth recommendations remain the top way consumers discover new retail brands, according to recent research from Yes Marketing.

  • Considering the $350 billion combined spending power of Millennials and Gen Z, brands have made it a priority to reach them, motivate them, and inspire loyalty among them. But how? Here's what a panel of experts from Facebook, Airbnb, Lyft, Ellevest, and InterQ Research suggested marketers do.

  • Although most companies have defined and crafted a brand story, senior executives are not sure whether the value proposition is conveyed accurately by employees to potential customers, according to recent research from FocusVision and InnerView.

  • Most marketers want to deliver consistent omnichannel experiences, but 4 out of 10 still struggle with launching integrated campaigns across channels. This infographic highlights marketers' key omnichannel challenges and needs. Take a look.

  • Most marketing is already driven by data that enhances the customer experience. But not all email marketers are fully utilizing that data to enrich their messages and achieve their business objectives. Get started with these five ideas from our sponsor, Mapp.

  • Marketing controversial products or services—such as cannabis and cosmetic surgery—involves more than following rules and regulations. The legal and ethical landscape in those markets is dynamic, continually creating hurdles and challenges for marketers. Here are five marketing strategies to help educate consumers and build trust in controversial markets.

  • Consumer behavior is continually evolving, both adapting to and influencing our permanently connected world. How can marketers—and, more broadly, businesses—keep up with the pace of change and evolving consumer behavior?