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  • Caroline Jerome of brand and marketing firm TBGA talks about the importance of data visualization—from the boardroom to the email inbox. She shows us why sharing data in visually pleasing and informative ways can have a huge impact on your audience.

  • Getting your marketing and sales teams on the same page—aligning them around a common revenue goal—can have a huge payoff.

  • Brands can no longer treat product data and marketing content in isolation. Accurate, comprehensive product data is critical to building trust via emotive, interactive content. In turn, that partnership of product data and content is essential to driving sales.

  • As a marketer today, you've always got to be listening and engaging with a myriad of customers and prospects on an ever-growing number of channels and platforms. But you also need sleep. So how can you do it all? The answer is mass 1-to-1 marketing. Sponsored by Sprinklr.

  • Traditional marketing operates by interrupting people. It's time we moved to permission marketing for more respect and better timing. But how do we know who wants to hear from us? Find out in this article.

  • It's now a digital-first world, and that means the customers are expecting more out of their experience than ever. Thanks to technology, companies can offer positive customer experiences across digital channels. Build your CX on these three pillars.

  • The demise of third-party cookies has now been delayed for two years. But that doesn't mean marketers need to remain unprepared for similar tectonic changes, including iOS14. Let's look at what has already changed, and how you can tackle upcoming events.

  • Clubhouse is the hot new audio social media app that has everyone talking—literally. But its increased popularity has come with some concerns about access and accessibility. Learn more in this article.

  • The need for businesses to be creative in the digital experiences they provide has become palpable in the past year. If a business is not creative, its brand suffers. Here's why businesses should value creativity in their marketing.

  • Just about every business has a social media presence, but is social media marketing really effective? Maybe we should be using social media in a different way.

  • As your company and your customers slowly re-emerge from the pandemic, you're probably wondering what good customer experience (CX) will look like for the rest of 2021 and into next year. In this webinar, you'll get a clear understanding of your customers' new habits and preferences. Sponsored by Qualtrics.

  • Fresh off a MarketingProfs webinar, Bobby Lehew joins us to answer questions we didn't get to in the Q&A. We talk about where powerful stories come from, how to connect with your audience, and why it's OK to quit on bad books. And more.

  • Don't miss Hall of Fame keynote speaker and author Jay Baer in this PRO-exclusive B2B Backstage webinar. He'll leave you questioning your content strategy and show you "How to Lift the Three Drawbridges of Content Success."

  • A stellar content experience for your buyers can be transformative—both to their relationship with your company and to your own business outcomes. But the rules of content have changed. You'll need to know these three new rules of content experience.

  • What is connectivity, and why is it important in marketing and customer experience? Check out the findings of Widen's 2021 Connectivity Report.

  • There's so much media hype about Gen Z and its impact on our business world that it can be difficult to sort through it all—especially for marketers. Here are insights from CBX's research about the generation that's breaking cultural barriers.

  • Digital-first creates customer experience challenges for B2B enterprises, while demand gen and brand positioning become the top priorities, according to the B2B Marketing Monitor study conducted by B2B International.

  • Supposedly, customers don't know what product they want until someone creates it. But that's not true: Customers do know what they want—and there's nobody better than marketers to tap into those needs and desires to understand what customers want.

  • Jill Thomas, CMO of PGA TOUR Superstore, explains how she digitized the high-touch retail experience of buying golf equipment and achieved record-breaking sales and growth during a pandemic.

  • There's no denying that good Web design matters for creating positive customer experiences. However, your B2B clients will look beyond your website for assurance that you're the right company to meet their needs. Here six ways to convince them.