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  • Many businesses operate according to the principles of product centricity. Features. Advantages. Benefits. Amirite? But we're solidly into the 21st century and, while products are important, that approach to your marketing is meh at best. Real, meaningful competitive advantage requires a customer-centric approach.

  • Futurist, author, and Salesforce Global Innovation Evangelist Brian Solis offers insight into what he calls the novel economy and the type of customer that marketers need to serve now.

  • Who wouldn't be excited at the prospect of identifying what led to a customer's making a purchase decision? Though marketers continue to improve and refine the process, one challenge to truly meaningful insight remains: how to marry offline and online marketing attribution.

  • Most marketers understand the power of search marketing and the possibilities for leveraging social media. But only the best marketers are harnessing the powerhouse combo of search plus social. We'll take you behind the scenes to see how it can be done. Sponsored by Workfront.

  • As a B2B marketer, your work does not start or end with passing along generated leads to the sales team. What's more important is empowering them with targeted content assets to deliver a more personalized and engaging experience to prospects and buyers. Like these 6 content assets.

  • B2B marketers, who relied on tradeshows and conferences, will be itching to go back to how things were before the pandemic hit. But maybe not exactly how things were—because there is a better way to reach people in-person: experiential marketing (yes, for B2B, too).

  • 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.

  • The two biggest challenges facing companies trying to execute account-based marketing (ABM) programs are data quality issues and a lack of budget, according to recent research from Demandbase.

  • Consistently generating high-quality leads lies at the heart of an effective B2B marketing strategy, helping to drive revenue and ensure sustained growth.

  • Lead generation is no longer about just filling the top of the funnel. It's imperative that we, as marketers, start building real and lasting relationships with clients, prospects, and customers from day one.

  • As marketers consider their options for providing digital event opportunities, one question is top of mind: How do you create an engaging attendee experience? The key is to make real connections in a virtual way. These three tips will help.

  • Explore how strategic gifting can be leveraged at every stage of the sales funnel to capture attention and express appreciation.

  • Lead gen is responsible for one of your company's most valuable assets—customers. But establishing an effective lead generation process is no small feat. To create a process that yields high ROI demands contribution and investment from the leadership team. Here's how, exactly.

  • 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.

  • Marketers are accustomed to a changing environment—from algorithm updates to new acquisition channels and technology. Even so, the widespread cancellation of live events made even experienced professionals take a deep breath and rethink their strategies. But it can be done.

  • The definition of "employee advocacy" is straightforward: the promotion of an organization by its staff members. It's a low-cost, high-return way to increase brand awareness, drive engagement and attract talent. But can you show how that impact is related to business goals?

  • The B2B customer journey is undergoing rapid transformation—accelerated by the ongoing pandemic. To reach today's—and tomorrow's—self-directed buyers, marketers must personalize. But, soon, even that won't be enough. You need to prepare for that already-near future.

  • With loads of information readily available to buyers about potential vendors, sales reps are now expected to deliver insights and articulate value if they are to generate real opportunities. But that can't happen unless you close the gap between Marketing and Sales.

  • Webinar attendees in 2019 typically joined via a desktop computer and watched for just under an hour, according to recent research from ClickMeeting.

  • The pandemic has forced sales professionals to adopt digital approaches in lieu of face-to-face meetings. And without in-office support, marketing and sales leaders are struggling to support their sales teams. Here's how to set up your salespeople for success.