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  • Most salespeople turn to their peers and networks for tips on how to improve professionally, rather than rely on team (company) training resources and content sources, according to recent research from HubSpot.

  • Here's a little midsummer inspiration to get you motivated. See what successful entrepreneurs, from Bill Gates to Beyonce, have to say about overcoming challenges and performing their best.

  • Small content teams are expected to do big things these days, even though no company—large or small—has enough time or budget for content. So how can you create enough content to satisfy the voracious demand for it?

  • People have access to more apps, platforms, and software than ever, thanks to the consumerization of information technology. The key is finding the right tools for the right team. Take this quiz to see what type of worker you are and which apps you need in your work.

  • In this online seminar, you'll learn how to fine-tune your content planning and development to better mirror reader habits. You'll discover what your audiences want to read and need to know, and how to reach and genuinely influence prospects. You'll leave with the tools to harness your readers' preferences to improve your content's trust factor.

  • Alphabet (Google's parent company) and Amazon are the large companies LinkedIn members in the United States most want to work for, according to recent research from the social network.

  • Coca-Cola has decided to eliminate the position of CMO; instead, Coke has created a chief growth officer role, in charge of both its customer and its commercial teams. Here's what marketers can learn from the shakeup.

  • Digital marketing experts Seth Price and Barry Feldman discuss how to balance your employees' personal brands with the corporate brand, and they share insights from their personal-branding book, The Road to Recognition: The A-to-Z Guide to Personal Branding for Accelerating Your Professional Success in The Age of Digital Media.

  • The time for personal branding is now, and today is the best day to start developing your personal brand. Here are 26 tips, from A to Z, to help your personal branding efforts.

  • In the fast-moving world of marketing, it's easy to feel stuck. Here's what you can do to get your career moving forward.

  • Marketers with digital skills, especially those with digital advertising and content expertise, are most in demand by employers, according to research from McKinley Marketing Partners.

  • Marketers are known for late nights and jam-packed days. Unfortunately, that kind of schedule can lead to diminished productivity at best, and burnout and turnover at worst. There's a better way.

  • In this PRO seminar, you'll learn the secrets to professionally standing out based on acclaimed author and speaker Mark Schaefer's new book, KNOWN: The Handbook for Building and Unleashing Your Personal Brand in the Digital Age. You'll learn how to approach your Web presence so you can create the proper authority, reputation, and audience to realize your potential and achieve your goals, whatever they might be.

  • Alicia Tillman, chief marketing officer of SAP Ariba, and Lisa Skeete Tatum, co-founder and chief executive officer of Landit, discuss enterprise branding, the importance of embracing a corporate mission, and women in leadership positions.

  • You can't get answers if you don't ask questions. And if you don't get answers, you can't make informed decisions. Ask these nine questions, and you'll be on your way to owning your content-job interview.

  • This detailed guide can help you and your brand benefit from guest-posting—to position you as subject-matter experts, drive traffic to your site and generate leads, increase your audience reach, make connections with influencers, and much more...

  • As a leader, building up the confidence of your marketing team is among the most rewarding things you can do—both for yourself and for your company. Give these five confidence-building techniques a try.

  • The CEO tends to be the oldest and longest-tenured member of a large company's C-level executive team, according to recent research from Korn Ferry.

  • Marketing strategist, educator, and best-selling author Mark W. Schaefer shares insights from his latest book, Known: The Handbook for Building and Unleashing Your Personal Brand in the Digital Age.

  • Just about anyone, not just the talented few, can be creative. Here are six techniques for coming up with loads of creative ideas.