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  • Sometimes writing can feel laborious and unfruitful, with your inner critic constantly making you question the quality of your work. So how can you discover your writing genius even when you feel empty?

  • Consultant, author, and creativity expert Dave Birss gives the MarketingProfs audience advice on fostering creativity and innovating during times of emotional turmoil. Like, say, a global pandemic.

  • Though marketing teams can produce content marketing that resonates with prospects and customers, executive-team buy-in and participation can elevate their efforts and open more opportunities to attract higher numbers of qualified leads.

  • Are your brand guidelines working for your team and company? Is the content being shared internally and externally consistent and aligned, no matter which team it's coming from and in what format? If not, it's time to start making some important changes.

  • Many of us are missing a huge content opportunity on LinkedIn: long-form articles. The marketing benefits you reap are tangible while the effort you expend can be minimal—if you use the right approach. Read more for practical advice and real-world examples.

  • Whether you see story opportunities everywhere or struggle with adopting a more narrative approach to content, the 11 on-demand sessions in our Storytelling Summit for Marketers will help you shift from writing features and benefits copy to creating compelling narratives that inspire a genuine connection with your audience.

  • Business buyers are inundated with pitches and content, most of which isn't relevant to them. That's good news for B2B marketers: Your prospects are hungry for a personalized experience. Here are three practical ways to make your ABM more successful.

  • Outsourcing content creation and relinquishing some control over your content can be stressful. But you can maintain a collaborative relationship with your content partner to execute a content strategy that achieves your content marketing goals. Here's practical advice for doing that.

  • Creating effective content for a business website is a complex endeavor that requires undertaking everything from audience research and competitive analysis to media development and search engine optimization.

  • Your B2B SEO strategy must be geared toward reaching the right decision-makers. If your sole intention is simply to rank for a keyword, your B2B keyword strategy is already a lost cause. Here are some handy tips to get it right.

  • In a world where personalized customer experiences are now expected as standard, where does that leave brands and their marketers? The time has come to master our content lifecycle and fuel personalized experiences. And here's the key to doing that.

  • Content marketing has matured to a point where you need at least some automation. But if you aren't careful, you'll turn people off: Your loyalists will notice if your content is lower quality or less tailored. To maintain customer trust while streamlining your workload, use these three tips.

  • Concise, easy-to-read e-commerce landing pages that use positive language and create a sense of anticipation tend to have better conversion rates, according to recent research from Unbounce.

  • Are you struggling to find the right way to connect with customers and prospects in the current climate? And wondering what the appropriate tone is for your messaging and branding? We'll show you what you need to do to weather this apocalypse and emerge stronger. Sponsored by SEMrush.

  • Lee Odden of TopRank marketing shares insights from a new research study on B2B influencer marketing, including the characteristics of the most successful B2B brands using influencer marketing.

  • Sales Navigator offers up a big opportunity for marketers to up their content and outbound games. Marketers, just as much as sales reps, can use the powerful functions of Sales Nav to identify, reach, and engage with audiences. Here's how, in three steps.

  • Storytelling is one of the most effective ways to build a connection with your audience. But how can marketers build narratives that resonate with customers on an emotional level? Here's what brand storytelling involves, why using empathy to drive narratives is important, and how to do it.

  • The legends of copywriting agree: It can destroy or skyrocket your marketing campaign. "It" is your headline—the first thing that gets noticed. If people don't read your headline, they don't go on to read your content. Here's how to easily write headlines that get read.

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has driven most marketers to shift to creating more social media content and thought leadership content, according to recent research from LinkedIn and Vision Critical.

  • Boosting your rankings on Google is vital: It means more traffic to your site and an increase in leads. One of the most reliable ways to rank well is the use of link-building tactics. But it's not only the most popular tactics that perform well. These lesser-used tactics are just as good.