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  • Lindsay Tjepkema, the CEO and a co-founder of Casted, talks about going behind the scenes of a podcast about podcasts, while on a podcast. It gets pretty meta! She also shares some brilliant marketing advice for anyone who has (or wants to start) a podcast.

  • The newly released 11th Annual B2B Content Marketing Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends report features how content marketers in North America have been adapting to conditions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • This infographic from Spear and Uberflip explores effective content types for each stage of the sales funnel (early, mid, late) and provides tips for connecting with target audiences throughout the buyer's journey.

  • Explainer videos allow us to promote our products and services while also sharing valuable information that our potential customers need. Follow these five steps to ensure your video hits all the right notes for your audience.

  • Some people think content operations isn't necessary—that everything will work fine without it. But it won't. Without content operations, there is content chaos. And you'll suffer huge opportunity costs. Here are 10 steps to avoid that chaos and those costs.

  • It's no secret that Google's search engine seeks to surface high-quality content to its users. However, determining exactly what signals "high-quality" to its algorithms can be challenging for marketers.

  • David Fortino, SVP audience and product at NetLine Corporation, shares insights from the company's 2020 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report for Marketers.

  • See Kenda Macdonald, CEO of Automation Ninjas and bestselling author of "Hack The Buyer Brain," Backstage (on-demand) to learn how the human brain works when making a purchasing decision—and how you can use that knowledge to create the perfect sales pipeline.

  • This year, businesses have had to grasp at every opportunity to drive interest and sales. Luckily, YouTube has become a useful option. Video is great for user engagement, and YouTube can drive traffic—and leads. To that end, these 15 tools can help you optimize your YouTube content.

  • Every company wants to tell a great story. But there's more to it than eloquent prose and fairytale-worthy endings. Harnessing the power of storytelling starts with identifying the most common mistakes and knowing how to create compelling narratives that work across platforms to reach your customers. Sponsored by Codeless.

  • We all know the pain of staring at a blank page, waiting for inspiration to strike. This ultimate guide—full of techniques, processes, tips, and tricks—will explain how to capture, create, explore, refine, and implement those seemingly illusive ideas. Find out more.

  • Tips for financial services marketers from Varci Media owner Shondell Varcianna, a financial services veteran who helps financial institutions create highly targeted and relevant digital content.

  • Links remain crucial to search engine optimization. But it can be tough for B2B brands, especially when there's no major launch or corporate-level change to attract publishers. Regardless, you can use "tangential content" to build links throughout the year.

  • To get the most out of video marketing, use the sales funnel concept to tailor video content and messaging to buyers' stage in their purchase-decision journey. You'll improve the chances of conversion—and increase sales and revenue.

  • Particularly when you're dealing with B2B prospects and clients, product videos provide a direct and effective form of communication that can speed up the decision-making process. If you do them right.

  • Webinars and podcasts can be effective ways to engage audiences, though each format has pros and cons that can make it better or worse suited to specific situations.

  • Three-quarters of people who work from home say they regularly listen to music during office hours, according to recent research from Nielsen.

  • As marketers, we need to act in solidarity to identify and address the barriers in both our industry and our organizations that are hindering the advancement of BIPOC. This round table will help us have the uncomfortable conversations and tackle some of the tough issues our society is facing.

  • Overwhelmed, marketers have little time to learn what the customer really wants, let alone produce the content that really speaks to people on a deep level. The result is a content crisis. But it's possible to create and connect content to the customer journey and lifecycle. And to do it at scale.

  • The proportion of major advertisers that say they are strongly committed to content marketing has doubled over the past two years, according to recent research from the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) and The Content Council.