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  • Laura Belgray, founder of Talking Shrimp and co-creator of The Copy Cure, shares tips for writing copy that converts.

  • Brand strategist and author Lindsay Pedersen shares nine criteria for an ironclad brand strategy from her book Forging an Ironclad Brand: A Leader's Guide.

  • This article is for ambitious marketers. If you're one, you know that publishing the occasional blog post, though worthwhile, isn't enough to build authority. So, what can you do if you want to make a big-time dent in the infosphere? You need to do more—such as these five potent authority-builders.

  • As the first place more than 50% of all Americans go to search for products, Amazon is the e-commerce and advertising platform most brands can't afford to ignore. But using Amazon as a platform is not as straightforward as you might think. Here are five steps you need to take to stay in control.

  • Too many brands today have developed an obsession with performance marketing while relegating branding to the proverbial back burner. But prioritizing one strategy over the other has significant ramifications. Here's what to do instead.

  • Companies big and small use rebranding as a way to keep up or stay ahead in their industry. Rebranding can save a company in decline and maintain a company at the top. But not all rebrands are a resounding success, and rebranding should never be undertaken on a whim.

  • The brands that consumers find most reputable tend to come across as risk-taking, friendly, uncompromising, trustworthy, and orderly, according to research from TrustPilot.

  • Carlos Gil explains why employee advocacy and social media are key to a brand's success, and he shares insights from his new book, The End of Marketing: Humanizing Your Brand in the Age of Social Media and AI.

  • Savannah Bananas owner Jesse Cole explains how a 'fans first' approach, a unique organizational culture, and a willingness to be zany helped him to bring summer league baseball to Savannah, a city that hadn't hosted a successful baseball team in 90 years.

  • Companies aren't living, breathing things, so they must communicate their personality and identity—their brand—through design elements. Which is why design and branding are inseparable. See how that process works, along with a couple of good examples.

  • Although most companies have defined and crafted a brand story, senior executives are not sure whether the value proposition is conveyed accurately by employees to potential customers, according to recent research from FocusVision and InnerView.

  • Creative assets that attract attention and leave a lasting, positive impression can pave the way for business growth. But marketers and advertisers often have trouble with crafting great visual and messaging assets. This article will help.

  • Brand safety is being redefined by consumers. Marketers today need to look beyond just making sure their ads don't appear in controversial contexts. Brands' usage policies, partnerships, and even political campaign contributions are now in play. Here's advice on how to keep your brand safe.

  • It is an interesting, complicated, and marvelous time to be a woman. Likewise, it is an interesting, complicated, and marvelous time to be naming brands catering exclusively to women. It's also a task fraught with missteps. So... what is the best approach to take?

  • Show of hands: how many of us have heard (or even said) the words "OK marketing team, this year we need to do more video"? And how many of us have actually succeeded? Do we even know what success looks like? Now is the time to learn. Sponsored by Brightcove.

  • Which brands are the most popular with teens in the United States? Nike, Amazon, Netflix, YouTube, Snapchat, and Instagram are among the favorites, according to recent research from Piper Jaffray.

  • So far this year, six naming trends have become prominent, or are becoming so. This article explains how each trend can be used and what benefits it can bring you. If you're ever tasked with naming a business or product—and you want it to truly stand out—check out these valuable insights.

  • How do consumers view top tech brands? Which words and sentiments do they associate with Apple, Facebook, and Google?

  • 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.