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  • Senior marketers say improving go-to-market processes and digital marketing capabilities are top priorities for 2019, according to recent research from the CMO Council.

  • The unprecedented growth of e-commerce has fundamentally changed the way consumers, and therefore marketers, think about retail—and marketing. Traditional experience models are no longer enough to serve and delight consumers. Let's see how lessons from e-commerce can help us reach today's customers.

  • Once perceived as nerdy gamer technology, virtual reality is being embraced by brands across the globe. Marketers are realizing the potential of VR to leave indelible impressions on consumers. You might want to check out how it can help you engage customers.

  • Potential customers or clients don't buy what they don't understand, which is why clarity is so important. Clarity consultant Steve Woodruff offers insights on how to connect your brand with its purpose, with its message, and with people—and so create new business opportunities.

  • Within a single generation, marketing and consumers alike have been transformed by technology, the Web, and social media. Not only marketers but also small business owners and entrepreneurs now have to continually up their marketing game to keep pace.

  • Consumers find direct mail marketing valuable as long as the materials come from brands they are interested in and/or categories they are interested in, according to recent research from PebblePost.

  • Marketing has been around for as long as humans have had something to sell. But in recent years just about every marketing tactic and delivery channel imaginable has quickly and drastically evolved. It's hard for us marketers to be sure of anything these days. Let's see what we can do about that.

  • Is there any facet of digital marketing that isn't being continually disrupted by technology? You name it: data-gathering, analytics, content creation and distribution, personalization, targeting, SEO... So which technologies should you be keeping a close eye on?

  • Most marketers who work for B2B technology firms expect their budgets to grow or stay the same this year, according to recent research from Spiceworks.

  • Most marketers think that their marketing strategy is somewhat successful in achieving its primary objectives but that it's not best-in-class, according to recent research from Ascend2.

  • It happens at the start of every year:Local businesses are eager to activate their marketing plans; but, after a busy holiday season, even the most experienced marketers can be overwhelmed. Here are some simple steps to get going and stay on track in 2019.

  • Marketing technology is continually evolving to solve day-to-day problems for companies across industries in efficient, effective and innovative ways. Here are some predictions for 2019 from six martech leaders. They cover a variety of topics—from ABM to Facebook marketing to meeting automation and more. See what these leaders think awaits for you this year.

  • Best-selling author, consultant, and speaker Mark Schaefer returns to Marketing Smarts to share surprising research and insights from his new book, 'Marketing Rebellion: The Most Human Company Wins.'

  • Email: the rock-solid, time-and-customer-tested, Marketing-approved way to keep your customers coming back for more. And here are the stats to prove it--and help you be a better email marketer. So check out this epic compendium of email-related statistics from 40+ sources.

  • Customer lifecycle assessment is all about steady improvement—identifying weaknesses so you can eradicate them. The potential rewards of optimizing your customer retention process is so significant in the B2B world, you wouldn't want to give short shrift. Here's your action plan.

  • If you gather information to gain a strong understanding of your competitive landscape and market environment, you can improve your strategy across every area of marketing. Let's take a look at how to gather intel in three areas to help you stand out against your competition and win.

  • Marketers must stand out: not as the people who make things look pretty, but as the people who drive tangible value for their organization. These metrics can help prove that marketers are indispensable for growing any business.

  • B2B customers are demanding education and advice as part of the sales experience. They see through the bright and shiny marketing speak. They want proof. Real thought leadership is that proof. Take these four steps to identify your company's most powerful thought leaders and their perspectives.

  • As more and more consumers use voice search, they are often following up on those search results via voice as well—by calling the businesses they want to reach. Here's how you can make sure your business is set up for customers to find and connect with you via voice.

  • Thinking hard about how your approach to pricing impacts conversions and sales? When applied with know-how and finesse, the right psychological pricing tactics can turn your customers’ brains into buying machines. Well, almost. Here's how to put the basics of "price psych" into action.