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  • Within a single generation, marketing and consumers alike have been transformed by technology, the Web, and social media. Not only marketers but also small business owners and entrepreneurs now have to continually up their marketing game to keep pace.

  • Some days, Sales and Marketing can seem closely aligned. Other days, it seems Marketing is from Venus and Sales is from Mars. But sales and marketing teams need to better understand each other, pursue shared goals, and work together more effectively—for the greater good of the company. Here's how to make that happen.

  • Marketing has been around for as long as humans have had something to sell. But in recent years just about every marketing tactic and delivery channel imaginable has quickly and drastically evolved. It's hard for us marketers to be sure of anything these days. Let's see what we can do about that.

  • As technology becomes central to marketing success, one theme stands out: In a tech-centric world, what role does creativity play? The infusion of technology into marketing can pose a fundamental, even existential question for marketers: Is there a role for creativity in a modern marketing program?

  • MarketingProfs Director of Marketing Matt Snodgrass shares findings from the 2019 Marketer Happiness Report and offers insights into how you can be happier and more fulfilled as a marketer. This episode features exclusive data from research conducted by MarketingProfs and Mantis Research.

  • Marketer happiness and fulfillment aren't often the topics of research, but we're breaking from the norm. This one-of-a-kind study looks into what makes today's marketers tick and what some of the happiest and most successful marketers are doing to stay at the top of their game.

  • Are there things small-company marketers are doing, in some cases out of necessity, that we should all consider incorporating into our routines? Is their hustle something we could all learn from?

  • How can busy marketers make time for learning when we're already having trouble keeping our head above water with our day-to-day responsibilities? Podcasts are one of the most efficient ways to learn (and teach). They're easy to access, portable, economical. But where to start? Check out this list of 18 podcasts.

  • For us busy marketers, interruptions are productivity killers: 1 in 3 marketers say they are rarely or never able to focus; 1 in 3 also say they frequently find it difficult to complete tasks because of interruptions. How can we all find a little more focus in our work lives? Here are seven helpful tips and ideas.

  • There are thousands of time-management and productivity tips and systems out there, but it's hard to know what really works. What can you do today that will boost your productivity throughout the year ahead? These 28 proven productivity hacks can help you boost your work efficiency and productivity tremendously.

  • Most owners of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) say they work for more than three hours on the weekend and check business-related emails, calls, and texts during their free time, according to recent research from GetResponse.

  • Most marketing and advertising hiring decision-makers in the US plan to expand their creative (nontechnical) teams in the first half of 2019, according to recent research from The Creative Group.

  • Brands with higher levels of employee trust tend to outperform brands where trust is an issue. Trust creates better innovation and employee satisfaction, and it's an important part of running a successful brand. Here's how you can build—and keep—the trust of your employees.

  • Here's the hard truth: Most CMOs will never be able to get all their work done. Yet, Marketing is critical to the success or failure of organizations. The solution? A rigorous focus on the things that matter most. So here are three areas for CMOs to prioritize, and three to let go of.

  • Many of us make the mistake of treating LinkedIn as simply an online Rolodex or a glorified CV, rather than an inbound marketing channel that can be optimized for sales inquiries. That is a huge misstep. Find out how to turn your LinkedIn profile into a powerful inbound sales asset.

  • It's one thing to have data to share. It's another to communicate your data in a way that helps you demonstrate your point. If you want to be persuasive, you have to show your data in a useful way. Here are several types of charts and graphs with explanations of when to use (and not use) each.

  • Singer-songwriter and "Nashville Star" alum Jimmy Charles joins Kerry O'Shea Gorgone of MarketingProfs to discuss building an entertainment brand today, the importance of giving back, his work as spokesperson for ZERO: The End of Prostate Cancer, and his new nonprofit organization to support cancer patients: I Am Not Alone.

  • Have you ever synergized with your tiger team to ideate how to move the needle? Who hasn't? Check out this humorous look at tech jargon to see what you know and, more important, see how you can sound like you know even more.

  • People who work from home are more likely to be satisfied with their jobs compared with office-only workers, but they are also more likely to feel more disconnected from their coworkers, according to recent research from Porch.

  • Author Dan Schawbel shares research and insight from his latest book, "Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation." He explains how companies can combat employee isolation to improve engagement and retention.