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  • Want career lessons from successful company founders such as Dave Thomas of Wendy's, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Elon Musk of Tesla, and more?

  • Most healthcare marketing executives say the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their content marketing strategy but it has not changed their content marketing budget, according to recent research from True North Custom.

  • It's time to check your mailbox, not your inbox. The pandemic has upended traditional marketing—and, with it, the usual marketing channels. Here's how to find and use your prospects' home addresses to stick out from the competition with direct mail.

  • Technology has made account-based marketing more feasible than ever, but you can't get by on tech alone. Here's how to combine the emotional side of brand-building with the personalization of demand gen to create marketing messages that will truly resonate.

  • What are your marketing metrics telling you? If you rely on standard measurement tactics, probably not much—especially about your sales. It's time to upgrade to advanced measurement strategies that directly align with business goals—and drive sales.

  • Successful demand generation relies on effective content and reliable data—but marketing content can stagnate, and data can be intimidating. Here's how to use both to build a demand gen foundation that can withstand even the most tumultuous times.

  • Attitudes and behaviors have shifted during the COVID pandemic. Now that marketers and the general population, including B2B buyers, are using social media more than ever, it's time to re-examine how working with influencers can help your company.

  • In a rapidly changing world, B2B marketers are taking on a new, consultative role—that of solutions architect. Here are six ways to embrace the change and step out ahead of trends to make yourself an even more valuable business partner.

  • Mistakes in marketing are inevitable, but too many can ruin your budget. Here are seven common pitfalls that are easily fixable by adjusting your strategy. Learn how you can avoid them.

  • Inbound and outbound marketing can both be valuable strategies for generating leads and driving sales.

  • Apple, Amazon, and Google are the major brands people in the United States have felt most intimately connected to during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from MBLM.

  • With inaccurate, incomplete, or unenriched data, the campaigns you're running are akin to throwing darts—while blindfolded—in a crowded room. You might hit something, but likely not the growth target you were aiming for. In a digital era, here's what data hygiene can do for you.

  • 2020 has rebooted marketing. As companies move to finalize 2021 planning, we have an opportunity to accelerate progress in the direction that we've known for years we need to go toward. When planning for next year, keep these three key factors in mind.

  • Communication and connection are important in the best of situations, but they become vital when adapting to a new normal. As customer expectations evolve, marketers are thinking how they can adjust to ensure the best possible customer experience. Here are some useful tactics.

  • Email marketing gives you space for customization, direct communication, and easy tracking. But scaling and consistency are hard to achieve. Here are four ways to integrate AI into your email strategy without sacrificing a human touch and all the while achieving consistently better results.

  • If your ad measurement depends on third-party cookies, you'll be facing profound changes within less than two years, as Web browsers phase them out. But cookies have their drawbacks, and this article argues that marketers will be better off without them.

  • How do you know which influencers to work with? And what's the process for hiring influencers? A recent infographic from Spiralytics answers those questions with tips for identifying candidates, reaching out, and creating contracts.

  • Executives say poor integration across teams is the biggest reason employees don't engage in the customer experience, according to recent research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and Gongos.

  • The quality of its customer experience can make or break a B2B company. To make sure your customers' experiences keeps them coming back for your products or services, follow these five steps.

  • B2B marketers are attaining tangible results with ABM, and most who haven't started using it yet are planning to. And why not? It works. But your decision-makers clearly expect strong ROI. To find and fill capability gaps and prove the value of your ABM efforts, you must be able to measure.