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  • SESSION 4 of 4: Your exposure is growing. Your community is engaged. Your brand reputation is on the rise. What's next? Take your social media success even further with influencer marketing. Learn how to kickstart your influencer program the right way to get the results you're looking for.

  • SESSION 3 of 4: With so much content everywhere, you've got to be smart about getting the most out of your audience on each social media channel. Each platform has a personality, much like your favorite binge-ready streaming series (we can still call those TV, can't we?). Learn how to create "shows" specifically designed for each channel and develop a social media content plan that's worthy of a primetime lineup.

  • Your company's reputation doesn't rest on products and services alone. People like to support brands they can relate to, and a video telling your company story is the perfect way to draw them in.

  • SESSION 2 of 4: Social media algorithms promote posts with high community engagement. So if you want to boost your social engagement, reach a wider audience, and build brand trust, start a conversation. In this second event of our Building Brand Trust Through Social Media Working Webinar Series, Zontee Hou will show you how to get your posts in front of more eyes and increase your audience organically.

  • Your website often makes your brand's very first impression. To make sure it's a good one, conduct a thorough brand audit. Here's how.

  • SESSION 1 of 4: B2B social media can feel mysterious and random. How does one account gain traction while another fails to hit the mark? In the first event of our Building Brand Trust Through Social Media series, you'll learn what types of content your audience wants and how repurposing your best content can boost your social media success.

  • This chat with Mitch Duckler is about brand, and even more important, about creating an indispensable brand. Learn what a successful brand looks like and why extending your brand may be the next right move.

  • Apple is the most valuable brand in the world and is on track to become the first trillion-dollar brand, according to recent research from Kantar BrandZ.

  • If you don't continually invest in business development to keep potential clients in the marketing funnel, your brand might as well not exist. Don't let that happen. Ensure you aren't making these six mistakes.

  • When you're about to spend money on something, chances are you look up reviews of it first. But reviews and ratings aren't useful to buyers alone. Marketers can learn and benefit greatly from taking reviews into account.

  • The mobile app market may seem like an unruly landscape at times. But as is the case with every market, tapping into it requires research and competitive analysis.

  • During times of economic uncertainty, it's natural to focus on budgets and bottom lines. In this free webinar, learn about the one thing you should be focused on even more—your brand. Plus, you'll pocket new strategies used by brands that not only survive times of fiscal unpredictability... but also thrive in them. Sponsored by BlueOcean.

  • To build brand authority, you must know what truly matters to your customers. Join Mantis Research co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer Michele Linn in her new Master Class, Using Research for Content and Thought Leadership—learn her 4-step survey method strategy and position yourself as a thought leader!

  • NFTs have had a strong debut as one-of-a-kind collectibles, but forward-thinking brands will organize around how they can take advantage of this new class of technology to mobilize customers and engage communities.

  • Give personality to a software feature. Provide an epic tale with a product update. Even business buyers are swayed by stories, which bring emotion—and humanity—to your brand.

  • In Part 2 of our conversation with Sally Hogshead, she delves into the importance of brands' repositioning their flaws instead of trying to fix them, of their identifying what they already are instead of trying to change.

  • Marketers know how important differentiation is to brand identity. Sally Hogshead goes even further by saying that trying to be better than your competitors is a discouraging slog: The only thing you can control is your difference, so you have to turn that into your specialty.

  • Americans view Seventh Generation, TOMS, Zoom, Allbirds, and AbbVie as the most purpose-driven brands, according to recent research from StrawberryFrog and Dynata.

  • What do marketers need to know about connecting with members of Gen Z? This infographic explores their spending habits, favorite brands, values, and digital platform preferences.

  • Successful branding relies on having a defensible market position, and a good way to regularly evaluate yours is to use brand-mapping. Here's how.