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  • Scott Stratten, co-owner of UnMarketing and co-author of The Jackass Whisperer, shares tips for addressing bad behavior at work, at home, and online.

  • In three weeks, on January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), goes into effect. As a result, for the first time, US businesses will be subject to a far stricter set of privacy regulations in-country.

  • The average B2B organization spends 40% of its marketing budget on live events. But most marketers struggle with proving the value of those events. Sound familiar? It's time to prove the ROI of your events and ensure that your organization views them as assets, not expenses. Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Consumers expect a brand in crisis to respond quickly, accept responsibility, and communicate from the top, according to recent research from Crisp Thinking.

  • 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.

  • "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?

  • Are you up to speed with when, where, and how your target audiences are clicking, reading, and responding? This report will help you benchmark your performance against your peers and turn subscriber insights into strategies and tactics that boost your success. Sponsored by Litmus.

  • We've all been there: You spend a lot of time and effort crafting the perfect email, only to learn that the email that looked beautiful in your email editor doesn't look great out in the real world. Are you ready to fix your email frustrations and fails? Sponsored by Litmus.

  • Whether you're new to event marketing—or you've been managing guest lists, juggling guest speakers, and scanning badges for years now—there's always room to make your events more compelling and revenue-generating. But you need a plan. Sponsored by Splash.

  • 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.

  • Job applicants tend to overestimate the impact of knowing someone at the company during the hiring process, and they underestimate the impact of personality, according to recent research from Simply Hired.

  • Being a marketing leader in 2019 is more challenging than it was in 2018. In 2018, more challenging than in 2017... and 2016... and so on. Marketing gets faster, more frenetic and challenging every year—every month, week, and day. But there's much to be thankful for.

  • 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?

  • This infographic outlines and debunks persistent myths about mom-and-pop shops and offers seven actionable tips to help small businesses compete and thrive against big retailers.

  • Most brands spend more than two weeks producing a marketing email, according to recent research from Litmus.

  • Launching a new product can be a lot like throwing a dart at a map—while the map is in another room, the power is out, and you're fresh from the optometrist and your pupils are dilated... But you don't have to launch products—or even campaigns—with guesswork. Here's what to do instead.

  • Marketing is always changing. And with that comes greater expectations for marketers to produce ever-better results, quickly, and with limited resources. Now more than ever, marketers must be equipped with the right tools and processes to get results. Sponsored by Workfront.

  • Salespeople can be the true voice of the customer: Through daily conversations, they intimately understand what problems prospects are experiencing—right now. Here's how marketers can harness that knowledge for content marketing and PR.

  • Most workers say they spend less than half of their time at work doing their primary job responsibilities, according to recent research from Workfront.

  • Our workdays are in a permanent state of tug-of-war between deadlines and distractions, waged on a battlefield of meetings, projects, and campaigns—and planning, managing, and creating... Can we learn from how Bill Gates recharges and refocuses?