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  • Many consumers do not devote their full attention to what's happening on the field while the Super Bowl is on, according to recent research from AdColony.

  • Two heads are better than one, right? So let's explore the immense possibilities of content created through collaboration. We start with 5 reasons to produce collaborative content, and then move on to 15 ways to bring collaborative content to life. See how to make content creation easier, more fruitful, and highly effective.

  • How can busy marketers make time for learning when we're already having trouble keeping our head above water with our day-to-day responsibilities? Podcasts are one of the most efficient ways to learn (and teach). They're easy to access, portable, economical. But where to start? Check out this list of 18 podcasts.

  • "Customer participation" is sometimes used interchangeably with "customer engagement," but the former is so much more than the latter. In today's competitive business landscape, customer participation trumps customer engagement. Here's why the time to invest in customer participation is now.

  • Demand generation is too often a game of testing and tweaking for a measly 5-10% increase in response and conversion rates. But hold up—do you know what channel routinely gets a 98% open rate and a 50%+ engagement rate? That's right, it's the humble SMS text message. Sponsored by Hustle.

  • Content marketing has proven itself time and time again, but merely producing content doesn't guarantee business or even marketing success. There's already too much content being produced. So what's the solution to making content marketing work for you? The answer is content distribution, and here's what you can do about it.

  • Direct response copywriting isn't easy. Your job is to drive conversions and sales, and that requires a savvy sense for your audience, a firm grasp on your value prop, and an arsenal of powerful writing tricks like these.

  • 21 industry stars, 21 pieces of valuable advice for you to up your marketing game in the new year: don't miss this special yearend video episode of the Marketing Smarts podcast!

  • Most US adults say brands should respond to consumers' comments on social media within a day, according to recent research from Clutch.

  • Small businesses have a reputation for being more personal than big corporations, but that doesn't mean that technology can't help. In fact, chatbots may be a way to give your customers even more customized attention than you could otherwise. Check out the infographic to see how.

  • Most B2C marketers are seeing improved results from content marketing and plan to increase their spending on it in the year ahead, according to annual research from MarketingProfs and Content Marketing Institute.

  • Many of us make the mistake of treating LinkedIn as simply an online Rolodex or a glorified CV, rather than an inbound marketing channel that can be optimized for sales inquiries. That is a huge misstep. Find out how to turn your LinkedIn profile into a powerful inbound sales asset.

  • It's one thing to have data to share. It's another to communicate your data in a way that helps you demonstrate your point. If you want to be persuasive, you have to show your data in a useful way. Here are several types of charts and graphs with explanations of when to use (and not use) each.

  • Less than one-third of consumers think brands should take public stands on political issues, according to recent research from Sword and the Script Media.

  • With retailers and marketers ramping up their email volume at the same time during the holidays, you're competing for your customers' attention and the resources of the ISPs delivering your mail. To get your emails opened and to maximize conversions, use these five tactics.

  • Have you ever synergized with your tiger team to ideate how to move the needle? Who hasn't? Check out this humorous look at tech jargon to see what you know and, more important, see how you can sound like you know even more.

  • Personalization can be the not-so-difficult trick to take your email open, click, and conversion rates up a notch. See what consumers think of personalization and how businesses are seeing the benefits.

  • Marketers and brands can benefit from a deeper understanding into how the brain drives human behavior and how emotions influence the body. Use these six neuroscience principles to supercharge your marketing and advertising campaigns.

  • Some 81% of consumers say brands have a responsibility to be transparent on social media, according to recent research from Sprout Social.

  • Account-based marketing is more than just sending emails to a targeted list. Once a prospect is aware of your brand, how you delight them with personalized content will determine your success in conversion. Want to see a real-life example of how that can be done well? Sponsored by Uberflip.