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  • In this exhilarating B2B Backstage webinar, best-selling author and marketing guru Andrew Davis will show you how to use the loyalty loop to leverage your existing clients to drive a steady stream of highly valuable, high-margin, new business.

  • If your marketing team is like most, it spends a lot of time and energy cultivating qualified leads for the sales team. But it may be missing out on lots of other helpful ways to enable sales and create shared success. Now's the time to expand Marketing's efforts to help Sales sell better—and more. Sponsored by Seismic.

  • The accelerated transfer of B2B business to digital-only formats has emphasized the importance of sales enablement technology. Even after the pandemic, digital-first attitudes are likely to persist—so ensure your sales enablement tech strategy measures up.

  • In this B2B Backstage keynote with global positioning expert, April Dunford, you'll discover how to develop a "Point of View" narrative that will give your prospects and customers a clear way to think about their choices in the market and make it clear that your brand is the superior choice.

  • Why are we producing content? To generate leads, drive sales, and build authority. You'll need to bring readers in at the top of the funnel and work your way down to drive sales. Here's how.

  • Experiential marketing doesn't have to rely on physical interaction. B2B companies can learn from their B2C counterparts by hosting virtual events that offer an interactive way for people to "leave" the house. To that end, focus on these three tactics.

  • The generic "customer" doesn't exist: To reach buyers, marketers must view their customers as real people with personalities, drives, and interests. Especially in a Covid-altered world, the best way to visualize those customers and their needs is to create buyer personas.

  • Branding and direct response marketing must work together. Marketers should therefore understand the key differences between the two so that they can employ the right blend of tactics when executing their overall marketing strategy. Here are five differences to keep in mind.

  • Marketing and sales teams are only as good as their customer data. If your team is like most, there is room for improvement in your ability to score and route leads—and attribute success. That's why you need a data management strategy. Sponsored by ZoomInfo.

  • Ty Heath of LinkedIn's B2B Institute shares new research about the changing behaviors and attitudes of the new B2B decision-makers.

  • Running a B2B blog is a lot of work, but the rewards can be abundant if you build yourself a faithful audience. To establish yourself as an authority in your industry and gain your readers' trust, follow these five tips.

  • Potential buyers tend to consider peer review sites as more objective and more helpful than vendor sites. A paid subscription to the right peer review site can provide insights into your buyers' preferences and intent, as well as generate new business. Learn more.

  • Marketers say revenue attribution enables better decision-making and helps to align teams, according to recent research from Ascend2.

  • How are marketers keeping their events relevant and engaging in the mostly virtual world of the COVID pandemic? Three major trends are emerging—and here's how to take advantage of them successfully.

  • The idea of cold-calling prospects has put a chill in the heart of many a B2B salesperson. But you can become a better, more-effective cold-caller.

  • Technology has made account-based marketing more feasible than ever, but you can't get by on tech alone. Here's how to combine the emotional side of brand-building with the personalization of demand gen to create marketing messages that will truly resonate.

  • It's time to check your mailbox, not your inbox. The pandemic has upended traditional marketing—and, with it, the usual marketing channels. Here's how to find and use your prospects' home addresses to stick out from the competition with direct mail.

  • Successful demand generation relies on effective content and reliable data—but marketing content can stagnate, and data can be intimidating. Here's how to use both to build a demand gen foundation that can withstand even the most tumultuous times.

  • LinkedIn is more popular than ever with businesspeople and sales reps, but you can't just use a copy-and-paste method to pitch to your new connections. There is value in being genuine. Here are four ways to rise above generic LinkedIn messaging.

  • Inbound and outbound marketing can both be valuable strategies for generating leads and driving sales.