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  • Employees and employers have somewhat differing opinions about what causes people to be fired from jobs, according to recent research from Airtasker.

  • You produce marketing content, and you're considering video because it engages audiences as no other content can. But how much does a video cost to make? It's tough to find an accurate and one-size-fits-all answer—because there are numerous considerations. This infographic breaks those down for you.

  • Marketers are drowning in martech alphabet soup. They must sort through that haphazard collection of acronyms that vendors have created to market their products. Then, marketers have to select the right acronym and the right vendor. Avoid the unhealthy hassle.

  • Marketers are often at the mercy of continually changing environments. But Agile Marketing allows marketers to account for the inevitable volatility and uncertainty in day-to-day marketing operations. Here are five easy steps to going Agile with your marketing projects.

  • How do you juggle and optimize workflows when you're being asked to get more work done more quickly, when teams are operating in silos, processes are all over the place, requests are coming in fast and furious, and you don't want your team to burn out? Sponsored by Workfront.

  • "Artificial intelligence": you've heard the term, you know it's a trend, you know you're "supposed" to be using it... But if you were asked to explain in a few short sentences what it means for marketers, could you do it? If not, then you've found the right article.

  • Everyone in your company is working hard to understand how customers think. But what if all that effort and all the investments in customer platforms, your understanding of your customer is only marginally better. Detailed customer insight can be hard to come by. Here's the likeliest cause of that problem.

  • Relationships are hard work—full of ups and downs, twists and turns. The relationship between client and marketing agency, too, requires TLC. Finding and keeping the right one is vital. Here's how you can cultivate a lasting, meaningful relationship with your marketing agency of choice.

  • Which hard and soft skills in content marketing are most in demand by employers? How does demand for those skills vary by how senior the positions are?

  • A lot of weekend warriors tend to show up in emergency rooms on Sunday nights. Marketing teams, too, can fall into cycles of intense effort followed by exasperation and, often, failure. But you can avoid common "marketing weekend warrior" scenarios—and market like a fit athlete instead.

  • Are you struggling to create and maintain an all-star marketing team? Your people really are your most valuable asset, and provide the foundation on which all your marketing efforts are built. So how do you get it right?

  • These days, to successfully complete an RFP response, it takes on average 3-10 people (and sometimes up to 20). It's no easy feat. So how can your organization ensure a truly collaborative effort on its RFP projects? Use these six best-practices.

  • B2B firms say the most difficult marketing roles to find qualified candidates for are those that involve analytics, operations, and demand generation, according to recent research from the Spear Marketing Group.

  • Compliance protocols and processes need to meet C-suite expectations, but they also need to be flexible and responsive enough for front-line employees to be quick, creative, and, of course, compliant.

  • Marketers at large firms and at digital-focused companies are perceived by executives to have better marketing skills compared with marketers at smaller firms and more traditional companies, according to recent research from CXL.

  • Some 8 in 10 workers (79%) say they would not accept a job with a higher salary from a company that fails to act against employees involved in sexual harassment, according to recent research from The Manifest.

  • Less than half of those who work on in-house creative teams say morale in their group is high, according to recent research from InSource and inMotionNow.

  • What's the overall aim of any business? More often than not, it's to increase sales. So, if your employees are engaged, that engagement almost always converts into better employee performance. As a result, you can expect to see an increase in sales.

  • Workers say the most unacceptable communication habits at the office are using a speakerphone in shared spaces, gossiping, using all caps in emails, and replying all, according to recent research from Signs.com.

  • Some days, Sales and Marketing can seem closely aligned. Other days, it seems Marketing is from Venus and Sales is from Mars. But sales and marketing teams need to better understand each other, pursue shared goals, and work together more effectively—for the greater good of the company. Here's how to make that happen.