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  • The Internet has become a competitive place: Every day, it becomes harder to stand out and attract the website visitors you need for your business. Here are some ideas to hack your way to some extra website traffic. Give them a try.

  • B2B vendors that create thought-leadership content tend to underestimate the impact of these pieces and overestimate their quality, according to recent research from Edelman and LinkedIn.

  • A hashtag is making the rounds on Twitter, and it's one marketers should be sure to take note of: #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob. The hashtag refers to stock images that fail to accurately represent what professionals actually do. Here's how to avoid having your next campaign's images being branded with the hashtag of fails.

  • If you gather information to gain a strong understanding of your competitive landscape and market environment, you can improve your strategy across every area of marketing. Let's take a look at how to gather intel in three areas to help you stand out against your competition and win.

  • A single image can have a significant impact on the performance of an email campaign by ensuring that customers receive a compelling and personal experience. Selecting images with maximum appeal requires considering a range of factors. See how to select those impactful images.

  • A lot of marketing directors are constantly tweaking their messaging—because it just isn't doing what they want it to do. And it's not easy to fix... with so many moving parts. But here are five of the most common issues that show up in marketing messaging of all kinds. Let's straighten them out, shall we?

  • You probably have a social media presence and a blog, but if you really want to make a lasting impression on your online audience, you need to be creating videos. Here's a look at why video marketing is one of the most effective methods of brand promotion there is—and how you can use it to your advantage.

  • Two heads are better than one, right? So let's explore the immense possibilities of content created through collaboration. We start with 5 reasons to produce collaborative content, and then move on to 15 ways to bring collaborative content to life. See how to make content creation easier, more fruitful, and highly effective.

  • If you're struggling to drive traffic through search engines because your high-quality content is ending up on the third or fourth page of Google SERPs, this guide will show you how to identify the keywords you could be ranking for. Let's find the keywords you can be realistically competing for right now.

  • 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.

  • You can produce all the content you want, but if you're not gathering intelligence about that content—such as who is consuming it, when and how it's being consumed, and whether it's making an impact—then what's the point? Here are tips and tools to help you unlock the power of content intelligence.

  • Creating content is time-consuming, and video may be the most resource-intensive of all content types. But the payoff can be worth it. See how video is taking over, why you might want to get your brand on board, and which types of video are best for your audience.

  • Content marketing has proven itself time and time again, but merely producing content doesn't guarantee business or even marketing success. There's already too much content being produced. So what's the solution to making content marketing work for you? The answer is content distribution, and here's what you can do about it.

  • Facebook users watch upwards of 100 million hours of video every day on Facebook, and video has become a powerful medium for brands on the platform. To maximize your reach and engagement on Facebook, follow these 8 guidelines for creating effective videos.

  • If you aspire to lean and confident writing in your marketing content, you'll avoid populating your prose with superfluous words. Simply put, the most effective writing and communication makes every word... communicate. Here's how to write less but say more.

  • Testimonial videos are ideal for the decision stage of the buyer's journey, when prospects are aware of and want to solve a problem, and they are looking for information to help them make up their minds. Help them choose you.

  • Disruption can be annoying, but it can also help to grab attention. In this, the first in a series of brief but insight-packed videos, marketing professor Isabelle Szmigin discusses how consumers navigate through messages they do and do not want to receive. Useful, right? Check it out!

  • You have a business that specializes in providing a B2B service or product. But all your keyword search terms return results that are B2C. The unpleasant outcome? High bounce rates, irrelevant traffic, and low conversion percentages. So, how can you attract the right kind of audience via search?

  • Storytelling and marketing expert Ron Ploof shares insights from his new book, The Proverb Effect: Secrets to Creating Tiny Phrases That Change the World.

  • The beloved American children's classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was published in 1939 by the Montgomery Ward department store. So it's tempting to think of it as yet another lasting piece of seasonal content marketing. Except Rudolph is so much more than that. It's also a handy framework for telling our own brand stories.