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  • Are you looking to build a brand that stands out in our crowded, distracted, digital world? Then you won't want to miss this Master Class, taught by strategist, speaker, author, and educator, Nick Westergaard.

  • You may be qualified and experienced. But what sets you apart from the competition in today's competitive job market? A powerful personal brand.

  • As the world shifts further toward a culture of technology following the tumultuous year of 2020, building a culture of trust is a difficult task for any brand. Show your customers they can trust you by focusing on these three things.

  • Right now, business agility is more important—and more multifaceted—than ever. It looks different for every company, but we all should be focused on these three aspects of it.

  • How do you determine when a customer is loyal to your brand? This article breaks down customers into five levels of loyalty, and outlines how to market to each level.

  • Customer trust is at an all-time low. But marketing with truth and honesty isn't only about integrity—it actually increases your company's profitability. Here's how.

  • Afiya Addison, global program manager at the B2B Institute at LinkedIn, discusses why some brands adapt and excel while others struggle just to hold on.

  • When building a brand marketing strategy, it's not enough to know how much people talk about your brand; you have to know what they say and adjust your marketing efforts accordingly. Here are five tools that can help.

  • Does your brand sometimes get lost in the shuffle? Does it warrant more attention than it's getting? Probably so. But if you're going to stand out in today's cluttered digital world, you need a new approach: the seven elements of the "Brand Now" process—designed for our crowded world. Sponsored by Widen.

  • Storytelling

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    As marketers, our role as storytellers is vital. The stories we tell our clients, our market, and other audiences help them form beliefs about us and connect with our brand. Now's the time to make our stories mean something (and achieve something) more.

  • Presentations

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    Terrible presentations. You've seen them. You've probably even created them. But "Death by PowerPoint" isn't going to win you any fans (or customers or accolades from your boss's boss). It's time to step away from the click-click-boring and deliver something compelling.

  • Zendesk went through a complete reinvention and rebranding process in less than a year as a result of what its customers were telling the company during the pandemic. Lisa Kant joins us to discuss how to fulfill changing customer expectations and what advantages marketing generalists have in a post-pandemic world.

  • Ajay Banga of Mastercard is viewed by journalists and market analysts as the top "brand guardian" CEO of a major company, according to the Brand Guardianship Index.

  • How quick are your brand's reflexes? In a world where brand response has to match the speed of social media feeds, you can't afford to be sluggish. Achieving responsive brand marketing means asking yourself these six questions.

  • All marketers have to be Swiss Army knives, but to be successful at demand gen you have to upgrade yourself to the Ultra-Military-Grade Leatherman of marketers. And when you devote so much time generating leads, the last thing you want to do is let them languish without a solid follow-up plan.

  • Now that most companies are completely focused on their bottom line, extensive brand marketing can be difficult to justify. Using a contextual or native brand strategy is one way to create branded content while simultaneously measuring performance and return.

  • Survey-based research is a great way to generate compelling content for your brand—but only when your data is good and your reporting is trustworthy. Get it right with a simple four-step model, a set of survey best-practices, and an understanding of how to report the data. Sponsored by SurveyMonkey.

  • Going green is usually associated with consumer awareness, so it may seem irrelevant to consider for a B2B company. Not so: from financial benefits to positive PR opportunities, B2B marketers have a lot to gain from embracing the sustainable practices of their B2C counterparts.

  • In this B2B Backstage keynote with global positioning expert, April Dunford, you'll discover how to develop a "Point of View" narrative that will give your prospects and customers a clear way to think about their choices in the market and make it clear that your brand is the superior choice.

  • Branding and direct response marketing must work together. Marketers should therefore understand the key differences between the two so that they can employ the right blend of tactics when executing their overall marketing strategy. Here are five differences to keep in mind.