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  • Interacting with customers remotely is nothing new, but expectations have shifted completely during the pandemic. This article provides a few suggestions on how to meet those expectations.

  • B2B buyers say the sales behaviors that are the biggest deal-breakers are when a salesperson does not understand their business, talks too much, and is not supportive after a sale, according to recent research from Korn Ferry.

  • People want business websites to be easy to navigate, fast loading, and secure, according to recent research from BestSEOCompanies.

  • Great digital CX is the name of the game in B2B right now. So how do you achieve it? It requires a unique combination of the right data, martech, and enterprise collaboration.

  • Getting the right content—content that directly corresponds to a prospect's need—in front of the right people, at the right moment, is a big challenge for today's marketers. But, with the right data and tools, it can be done. And it can drive business growth. Sponsored by Selling Simplified.

  • Discover how to achieve agile marketing through four story-splitting techniques: By length, audience, channel, and detail.

  • Customer loyalty seems harder than ever to achieve, particularly in the wake of COVID-19. But wouldn't it be great if you could improve your customer experience and the success of your business while also ensuring regulatory compliance? Here's how a customer data platform can help. Sponsored by Acquia.

  • For a website to rank high on Google, it has to meet certain performance standards. But what are those standards? This article breaks down Google's three core performance metrics.

  • Some 44% of email marketers say they now consider dark mode during the production of campaigns, according to a recent survey conducted by Mailjet and Ascend2.

  • Now that customer experience drives such a large percentage of customer loyalty, many companies are appointing chief experience officers (CXOs) to manage CX across departments. Here are three things those CXOs should keep in mind.

  • Marketers at enterprise companies are much more likely than marketers at small businesses to consider email accessibility factors when creating campaigns, according to recent research from Pathwire and Ascend2.

  • Today's buyers want solutions, but they also want to feel heard and appreciated by the brands they interact with—like yours. Are you harnessing the power of Conversational Marketing to better connect with customers, and drive revenue? If not, now is the time. Sponsored by Drift.

  • A hybrid event strategy is more than just livestreaming the presentation room. Remote attendees tend to become distracted, so you must take their engagement level into account and tweak your approach accordingly.

  • We usually associate customer empathy with B2C sales and impulse buys, but empathy marketing can be just as effective in B2B marketing. Here are five ways to use it.

  • How can you ensure that your brand isn't losing loyalty? This infographic from Chattermill covers six strategies for maintaining customer trust, including owning up to mistakes and overtly displaying your brand's core values.

  • Great website UX doesn't mean your site merely looks nice; it means the site is designed to solve users' problems in the most straightforward way possible. Here are five reasons to budget for UX design.

  • CX is getting more important every year, but siloed data and lack of a holistic vision can make it a challenge for many companies. Here's why you need a framework for ensuring customer experience quality.

  • How do you go from marketing to creating a better audience experience? Oli Gardner shares his journey from frustration with bad marketing and ugly landing pages to full-time event speaking and thought leadership.

  • Connecting with customers and reducing churn should not be relegated to your support team alone. Customer success relies on the actions of every department. Here are four ways to encourage that culture of customer success.

  • Today's business is no longer about getting new logos and ringing the sales bell—it's about keeping the customers you have. This article explains why closing a deal is only the first step in connecting with customers.