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  • The true economic fallout of the current coronavirus crisis is far from certain, and many marketers have been asked to freeze all nonessential spending. If you're one of those marketers, your budget may now be sheltering in place alongside you. But you can, and must, keep marketing.

  • In today's digital marketing landscape, many marketers still downplay the importance of images. Yet decades' worth of scientific research consistently demonstrates that people are much better at remembering pictures than words. Visuals just might be the most important marketing tool we have.

  • Visual design is having a moment of prominence—and perhaps reckoning. Many companies no longer treat design like frosting for their messaging; often, the design is the message. But can marketers stand up for artistic design while still getting the ROI the C-suite execs expect?

  • LinkedIn has been testing a new conversational format—LinkedIn Stories—to be released "soon." So, what does the introduction of LinkedIn's own version of Stories mean? Will it "kickstart conversations" and "nurture relationships," as LinkedIn hopes?

  • Because of the pandemic, companies are reconsidering how they communicate with their audiences. Many are unsure whether they should communicate at all, and some are uncertain what form their communication should take. This flowchart will help you make the right decisions.

  • If this pandemic has blindsided your business, you've been asking questions like these: How should we talk to our prospects and customers? Should we ditch our editorial plans, or stay the course? Is content promotion still acceptable, or is it a definite no-no? You need a content strategy for this crisis.

  • You know that trashing your content plan is a bad idea—but your boss or clients may not. If you’re looking for ways to justify your content programs and budgets during this time of crisis, here are eight ideas you can share with key stakeholders.

  • Of course content marketing and SEO have a symbiotic relationship, but many content marketers are making seemingly small mistakes that can add up—and end up sabotaging their SEO. Here are 8 ways you unfortunately might be doing exactly that.

  • In addition to being easier to understand and consume, video in general is more likely to be shared by users, making it an excellent marketing tool. They're also capable of being viewed or listened to by anyone, including those with disabilities—which is why you need to create accessible videos.

  • You've probably received emails from every brand you've ever interacted with over the past 20 years, telling you about what they're doing for their community and customers in these "unprecedented" times. Here are 30 creative alternatives to "unprecedented" you might use in your communications.

  • Done well, content marketing can be a powerful weapon in the B2B marketer's arsenal, helping to generate leads, nurture them, and convert them into customers. Done badly, it's ineffective and a waste of time and other precious resources. Here are some ways to do it well.

  • Is your brand relevant to the various audiences—customers, influencers, the media—you want to reach? More specifically, how can you find the untapped opportunities for establishing relevance? How can you identify what they want so you can provide it?

  • There is a true golden ticket of marketing. With it, you can create effective, targeted communication that helps build lasting relationships with current customers and allows you to reach ideal customers in larger numbers. It can help you pave a path to strategic results.

  • Half of all searches on search engines no longer result in a click on an organic search result. And no wonder: there's barely any room on the first page of engine results. Sometimes, the "top" organic result actually ends up at the bottom of the page. Here's how marketers can adapt.

  • Marketers create content to capture buyers' attention and move them to buy. But without "compelling reason to buy" messaging, potential buyers are left guessing about what your product does and how it can help them. Here's how to craft compelling, convincing messages.

  • Some 87% of US consumers and 80% of UK consumers say they are consuming more content across media channels because of the COVID-19 outbreak, according to recent research from GlobalWebIndex.

  • "Content operations" refers to everything that helps content marketing efforts run smoothly and drive impact for a business. That includes people, technology, and processes. Marketing needs well-oiled content operations, including these five essential elements.

  • As marketers, we have to be able to share relevant content at the right points throughout the customer journey, and we have to do it at scale. The martech we use to do that should serve not just us but also the people with whom we are trying to connect.

  • Accumulating content on your website without a content strategy hampers SEO instead of boosting it. A content audit can help you formulate a plan of action to align your content with your long-term strategy. Here's how to conduct an effective audit of your content.

  • To capture leads via your content, you need to provide value and engage your audience. That's where interactive content comes in—from quizzes to contests and giveaways. Here are five excellent tools you can use to create interactive content and capture leads.