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  • What unique value does your company offer customers? We're talking beyond taglines and other marketing language: what's at the very core of why your company exists? By focusing on your value proposition, you can keep your business on the right track (and growing).

  • Thanks to the social-driven economy, consumer demand for convenience, and a culture of "I want it now," subscription and direct-to-consumer (DTC) e-commerce is booming. The industry is evolving quickly, and heading into 2020 these are five trends to watch.

  • Big Data is taking over. Most of its seemingly obvious payoffs are mirages at best, or quicksand at worst, whereas others hold the potential for high returns. So, what are the keys to Big Data success?

  • Most B2B marketers expect their firm's 2020 marketing spend to be roughly the same as it was in 2019, according to recent research from Sagefrog Marketing Group.

  • Thinking of a customer experience in digital-only terms is limiting. For brands to stand out and truly capture (and keep) customer attention, they must incorporate physical elements and appeal to all of a customer's senses. Here are three ways you can do exactly that.

  • The early-warning signs of a recession are all around, and most economists expect a recession by the end of 2020. Recession-proofing takes time and steady effort. These five tactics will ensure marketers are ready for ups and downs, whatever the economic climate.

  • Marketing has evolved, as has the customer experience: A signature on the dotted line is now just the beginning. CMOs—all marketers—have new roles and so need new skills; foremost is the ability to wear many hats at once. These 5 guiding principles will help you navigate this new world.

  • Competitive intelligence (CI) generates actionable insights that are invaluable for determining marketing strategy, defining a product road map, and executing marketing campaigns that generate revenue, but CI initiatives often get deprioritized. Here's how to get the C-suite to make CI a priority.

  • Revenue operations is a hot trend in B2B marketing. But what is it, why has it continued to gain traction, and—most important—how can marketers benefit from it? Here are answers, including three reasons why marketers should embrace revenue operations.

  • As an owner of a small business, you've indulged in dreams of expansion. With a little belt-tightening, it's well within your reach. These three ideas will help streamline your business and get you ready to scale up.

  • "Chief revenue officer," "vice-president of revenue operations," "director of revenue ops..." Within the past couple of years, the number of management titles containing "revenue" has shot up on LinkedIn. What's going on?

  • Mobile has become the primary channel for consumers in virtually every demographic group—allowing them to connect anywhere, at any time, and driving a shift that has transformed the consumer landscape. What does a successful mobile strategy entail in today's world?

  • Shopper behavior is fundamentally different during the holidays. Marketers can't rely on the same data and algorithms that they leverage at other times of the year. If brands don't adjust to holiday shopping behavior, it could cost them big.

  • With 2020 all but here, marketers are thinking about what opportunities, trends, threats, and possibilities the New Year might bring. Here's what 20+ marketing influencers say marketing leaders will be confronting in 2020.

  • It's no secret that the holiday shopping season can have an outsize impact on a small business's revenue for the year. Here are four areas businesses should prioritize.

  • New digital experiences continue to disrupt customer journeys, leading marketers to rethink the traditional funnel. A new customer journey has taken shape, creating more meaningful touchpoints and potentially leading to increased revenue.

  • Creativity can be highly useful in marketing, but it won't get you very far if your message strategy is off the mark. Because message strategy is the foundation for everything you do in marketing. Here's how to build a foundation that doesn't crumble.

  • Learn why you should outline your competitive intelligence (CI) priorities and how you can quickly make an impact in your organization. If you're not defining your CI priorities, you're setting yourself up for failure. Avoid that costly mistake.

  • Much has been written recently about how consumers should be the "owners of their data." But can marketers perform customer analytics while respecting customers' wishes and following the law? Are we on a collision course, or is there a better way?

  • Jonah Berger and Stefan Berger offer listeners a sneak preview of their latest book, Cultural Velocity: Making Ideas Move. Together, they explain the five routes that brands can take to harness the power of culture to build relevance, drive conversations, and achieve growth.