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  • 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.

  • How can we marketers map our messages and voice to ensure our audiences are comfortable with both, and create a neat fit between message, product, and medium? Watch the video to find out.

  • Baffled. Enthralled. Amused. Maybe insulted. Those are just a few reactions you might experience when encountering a nail polish name. Whatever the emotion, top marketing executives agree the name is nearly as important as the color. That can be true for other products as well. Here's a high-level look at a naming project—along with naming tips and techniques that might prove useful for brand managers and marketing execs.

  • Whether you're a budget-challenged startup or a corporate marketer headed to a tradeshow for the first time, it can be daunting to prepare your company's branding for an appearance at a major industry event. These do's and don'ts will help you achieve great results.

  • Managing your brand's online reputation is a daunting task, but it's an important one. Use these five steps to make sure your online reputation is stellar.

  • Less than one-third of consumers think brands should take public stands on political issues, according to recent research from Sword and the Script Media.

  • Net Promoter Score helps you understand your overall customer relationships and plan referral marketing. Learn what NPS is, how it works, and why you might consider asking your customers that one important question.

  • Ekaterina Walter and Jessica Gioglio join Marketing Smarts to share tips from their latest book, 'The Laws of Brand Storytelling: Win--and Keep--Your Customers’ Hearts and Minds.'