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  • #mpb2b is headed back to San Francisco | November 3–6, 2020. Join more than 1,000 B2B marketing leaders (and aspiring leaders) as they gather for 60+ fresh sessions, inspiring keynotes, creative networking, and off-the-clock antics. It's a can't-miss event for any B2B marketer looking to level-up their career.

  • Whether you see story opportunities everywhere or struggle with adopting a more narrative approach to content, the 11 sessions in our Storytelling Summit for Marketers (available on-demand through August 2020) will help you shift from writing features and benefits copy to creating compelling narratives that inspire a genuine connection with your audience.

  • The average B2B organization spends 40% of its marketing budget on live events. But most marketers struggle with proving the value of those events. Sound familiar? It's time to prove the ROI of your events and ensure that your organization views them as assets, not expenses. Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Demystifying Event Marketing

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    Event Marketing. It's a term that gets thrown around a lot, but what does it truly mean? Too often, the event marketing discussion seems to focus solely on event promotion. But what else should you do in order to really succeed? Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Marketers are often the default creators of presentations for conferences, webinars, meetings—even Sales decks. These simple design tips can make your presentations more convincing and engaging.

  • Some events capture the public imagination before, during, and afterward. The lure of such events is nearly impossible for brands to ignore. Marketers can make massive inroads tens of thousands of attendees at once—if they understand how to craft, deliver, and spread the right message.

  • Experiential marketing has hit its stride. Once considered experimental or risky, it has now proven its legitimacy among major brands. So whether you're organizing an immersive pop-up, on-site virtual reality installation, or a live performance, follow these seven tips to achieve the ROI you're looking for.

  • Tradeshows, conferences, live events in general have become essential components of exceptional marketing strategies. No other medium works better to create an emotional bond between your brand and its customers and prospects. Of course, there are right and wrong ways to approach live events.

  • Whether you're hosting a marketing department gathering, company meeting, or an industry conference, planning an event requires organization and plenty of time for preparation. See what event planners have to say about how to put together an event.

  • In a digitally driven world, the human element can get lost. Nothing can replace face-to-face rapport, which is why events can do wonders for your sales—certain types of events more than others, depending on your brand and positioning. These three types of events can boost your sales.

  • Even if you put on an otherwise perfect event, a horrible registration experience can be disastrous for your company. Registration done wrong will color how attendees feel about your event, viewing your brand in a negative light. Here's how to create a positive impression instead.

  • "Event intelligence" is the latest buzzword in the meeting and event industry, and there are a lot of questions surrounding it, such as how exactly it helps planners and marketers, what technologies come into play, and even what event intelligence is. This article sheds some light.

  • Tradeshows are a big investment, so make sure you're prepared. From tips on selling your products to creating relationships, here are some ways you can make your next tradeshow experience a success.

  • With a new year of tradeshows upon us, all eyes turn to ROI. Are you ready to get the maximum value—and leads—out of your live events? Sponsored by Cvent.

  • There's a lot that happens at an event besides the five minutes a particular attendee is chatting with you at your booth. If you can collect and interpret data about the rest of what event attendees are doing and signaling, you'll be far more successful in your follow-ups. Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Sponsoring an event can be an effective way to improve brand awareness, and it can even help your local SEO efforts. And sponsorship doesn't have to be monetary. Your company can give back in many ways—and get positive recognition in return.

  • Whether you're a budget-challenged startup or a corporate marketer headed to a tradeshow for the first time, it can be daunting to prepare your company's branding for an appearance at a major industry event. These do's and don'ts will help you achieve great results.

  • Many brands are exploring the benefits of pop-up shops, which can provide brand awareness and test markets at lower costs and less commitment than other options. See why your brand might consider a pop-up shop.

  • Few of us would argue against the benefits of exhibiting at a tradeshow, where we can possibly reach hundreds, maybe thousands, of leads. But many of us focus so much on lead capture that we forget about a follow-up plan for nurturing leads into customers. These six tip should help.