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  • Marketers need go beyond learning skills if they want to get a job. They should increase creativity, resiliency, and other characteristics—and employers should assess those types of traits when hiring.

  • Want to increase your social presence while also boosting employee engagement? Here are 10 steps to launching a successful employee advocacy program.

  • Revolutionize your marketing with the three crucial stages of digital transformation. Learn how to finally overcome internal team silos, create the right processes to support your customers, and reinforce your operating model with the right Martech stack. Sponsored by Workfront.

  • Job candidates say the factors most damaging to a potential employer's brand are a reputation for poor work-life balance and excessive turnover, according to recent research from MRINetwork.

  • Phew—you survived GDPR! Time to relax and... wait, what? The California Consumer Privacy Act was recently passed? Here's how marketers can get ahead of the competition by preparing for the new legislation that goes into effect in 2020.

  • Brands can partner with influencers in a variety of ways. A study reveals the 15 most common methods—and the ones among them that influencers find most successful.

  • Keeping up with your emails, chats, and other internal communications can pull you away from doing your actual job. But there are efficiency tools that can help you spend less time communicating and more time marketing.

  • Less time scheduling social posts means more time creating great social content. Here are some tricks for creating an efficient scheduling process and three tools that can help you get your content seen.

  • Marketers say the top digital tools their teams can't do without are file sharing, customer relationship management, and email marketing services, according to recent research from Widen.

  • Does the word "audit" give you the chills? Fear not! An audit can help your marketing team run more efficiently and make your marketing efforts more effective. And it can even be a fun process.

  • Productivity and attention expert Neen James offers advice from her book Attention Pays: How to Drive Profitability, Productivity, and Accountability.

  • Change is inevitable, especially at work. Whether you have a new boss or a new task or responsibility, it's important to know how to manage change at work in a positive way. Here are some tips for managers and employees.

  • Two of the biggest challenges content marketers face are finding enough time and hiring the right talent. Here's how to solve those problems.

  • Tired of last-minute projects and fire drills? Here's how to get your processes in order so you can spend less time planning and more time getting your marketing done.

  • A subscription-based business model can be extremely successful—when it's marketed well. Here are some tips for reaching more of your target market, engaging your audience, and controlling churn rates.

  • Meetings have a reputation for being boring time-wasters, but when run well, they can—and should—help make things happen. Follow these tips to run efficient meetings that help people get work done.

  • GDPR may seem like a burden, but it helps us marketers think Customer First. Here's how to make sure you not only comply with GDPR's regulatory requirements but also provide customers what they need.

  • The CMO of GE Business Innovations & GE Ventures discusses branding and demand generation, the role of emotions and data in powering your marketing, the importance of a diverse marketing team, and building and measuring brand value.

  • The latest data from Unmetric shows the best times to post on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Pay close attention: Each platform has its own peak days and hours.

  • Ryan Malone, founder and CEO of digital agency SmartBug Media, discusses "intelligent inbound marketing," enhancing employee engagement, and cultivating balance within a marketing organization.