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  • Buyer-centric demand generation is all about putting your customer first. Simple enough, if done right. But to do it right requires setting aside time for planning, the careful creation of assets for your campaign, a good understanding of multi-channel customer engagement, and a data-driven mindset. Not so simple.

  • Email marketing doesn't work well if you don't understand your audience, their needs, their wants. Take these steps to learn more about your audience so that you can then segment them and improve your email workflow—and conversions.

  • In three weeks, on January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), goes into effect. As a result, for the first time, US businesses will be subject to a far stricter set of privacy regulations in-country.

  • Revenue operations is a hot trend in B2B marketing. But what is it, why has it continued to gain traction, and—most important—how can marketers benefit from it? Here are answers, including three reasons why marketers should embrace revenue operations.

  • "Chief revenue officer," "vice-president of revenue operations," "director of revenue ops..." Within the past couple of years, the number of management titles containing "revenue" has shot up on LinkedIn. What's going on?

  • New digital experiences continue to disrupt customer journeys, leading marketers to rethink the traditional funnel. A new customer journey has taken shape, creating more meaningful touchpoints and potentially leading to increased revenue.

  • For 20+ years, shoppers have bought stuff online. But people don't just buy, they also like to shop—reveling in the experience of discovery. And they have now begun to extend that shopping behavior online. Brands need to capitalize on this shift—because it's the inevitable future of e-commerce.

  • At some point, we all learned about the 4Ps of marketing: place, price, product, and promotion. Those still hold weight, but marketing has been undergoing drastic changes, and companies now face a host of new challenges. These new 4Ps of marketing are the way forward.

  • Wouldn't it be great to crack the code on producing a successful webcast or virtual event—so you could improve both attendance and engagement? Sponsored by Intrado.

  • For most marketing teams, the top success metric is leads. But as marketers and sales team members alike will tell you, not all leads are created equal. How can you pass along only the best, most-qualified leads to Sales? Here's what you need to know.

  • Wouldn't you love it if your demand gen programs worked more effectively? And if you were able to get (and stay!) ahead of the competition? We'll show you what you need to succeed. Sponsored by LeanData.

  • Marketers today need to create content to satisfy potential customers' voracious appetite for information. Which is why B2B marketers need to understand the various stages of the B2B content marketing funnel—to ensure they meet potential buyers' information needs.

  • To write the perfect sales pitch in a short amount of time, you need a basic structure that you can then tailor to each prospect's needs. To do so effectively, take these six steps.

  • Even the most complex material can be generated and fleshed out in simple ways—via straightforward processes—to produce amazing whitepapers. These 10 ideas for collecting information can quickly translate into high-quality whitepapers that engage B2B audiences.

  • B2B marketing is saturated. The only way to stand out is to innovate your marketing. Over the last decade, ABM has become an important innovation, focusing on accounts and buyers, not leads. Yet, marketers trying to implement account-based approaches have been thwarted by the limitations of their marketing stack.

  • Tradeshows are a lot of things to marketers. Time-consuming. Stressful. Complex. Expensive. And not always effective. But that doesn't have to be the case. This article will help you draw up your tradeshow marketing game plan to capture more leads and deliver better ROI.

  • Infographics are incredibly effective marketing tools. Even the simplest infographic could drive a thousand potential leads to your website. Here's how to take advantage of infographics in your marketing efforts.

  • Marketers publish infographics because they attract readers and because readers tend to share infographics on social networks. Those are marketing wins—in the form of backlinks, brand awareness, and website visitors. See how you can use infographics in your own marketing.

  • Ty Heath, global lead of The B2B Institute at LinkedIn, gives a sneak preview of her B2B Marketing Forum session: "How to Combine Account-Based Marketing and Social Selling on LinkedIn."