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  • The size of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry is expected to grow 214% this decade. That's just one of the stats covered in this infographic from Vena.

  • Formulaic approaches feel safe. But you need to get uncomfortable to take control of your audience. Some cues from Nicolas Cage can help you do the Challenger Sale right.

  • SESSION 4 of 4: You've prepared your product or service, ironed out distribution, banged your marketing funnel into shape, and set up sales enablement content. What's left? Join us for Session 4, where you'll assemble the pieces into a final Go-to-Market Plan.

  • Learn the basics of the connected customer experience and five approaches to delivering omnichannel experiences at every opportunity.

  • SESSION 3 of 4: Want your best shot at improving sales and gaining market share? Help sales answer buyer questions! Discover what content the sales team needs to engage customers and close the sale... and include that content in your new Go-to-Market Plan.

  • This infographic from Brafton explores how CRM software can power stronger and more successful content marketing strategies, focusing on four key benefits that a CRM can deliver.

  • A brand may be successful, but if it doesn't change and grow, it can easily stagnate. How far can you stretch the boundaries of your brand into new products and markets without overstepping?

  • The terms "marketing" and "branding" are sometimes used interchangeably. However, whereas there is overlap between the two disciplines, they are not necessarily the same.

  • Generative AI is certainly a hot topic in a general and philosophical sense. But how can it actually be integrated into business processes to change the way we do marketing? Join host George B. Thomas and guest David Greenberg for a conversation about conversations: AI-powered conversations, conversational metrics, conversational benchmarks, and more.

  • SESSION 2 of 4: Your company believes in the product, and distribution is in the works. Now the company needs your marketing to get the buyers' attention! Learn how to fill your Go-to-Market Plan with marketing tactics that make your executives, management, and customers happy.

  • Companies are fighting to survive, and Marketing needs to be more than a cost center. Although it's easy to preach about the value of brand marketing, the rubber needs to meet the road in practical execution and deliver tangible results.

  • Host George B. Thomas and guest Jill Roberson delve into the differences between digital evolution and digital transformation, including why companies should get used to being uncomfortable and mark their digital journey with evolutionary milestones instead of treating transformation as a single task.

  • SESSION 1 of 4: There are no guarantees in business. But when you're entering a new market or releasing a new product, you can stack the odds in your favor with a Go-to-Market Plan. Create a comprehensive GTM plan that aligns your product with your sales and marketing teams to give your business the best chance at success.

  • One friend says, "Let's get dinner some time." Another friend says, "Let's get dinner Tuesday at 7PM." You can already tell the second friend is more interested—and the same principle applies to setting sales appointments.

  • Speaking the language of the C-suite not only enhances marketers' credibility but also increases chances for getting meaningful resources for carrying out important marketing activities.

  • Anything—from podcasts to community meetups—can be an event, insists Airmeet CMO Mark Kilens. And such micro-events should take place often, in different formats, he says, because in a vast sea of online content... events can also be a brand differentiator: "You can't stand out with content anymore."

  • "How to market on Instagram" is the marketing-related search term with the greatest malware risk, according to recent research from Beyond Identity.

  • Join host George B. Thomas and guest Adrian Moreno as they delve into journeys of personal and professional growth, highlighting how connecting with industry influencers can affect your life and career. They also emphasize the importance of authenticity and the art of storytelling.

  • Slack and Discord are the titans of online community at the moment—particularly for businesses looking for easier ways to communicate. But they're not the only options. As illustrated by (naturally) Nicolas Cage, sometimes the obvious choice isn't the right one for you.

  • How have empathy maps changed now that empathy is more vital to marketing than ever? This article suggests that they become as mutable as the customer behaviors that inspire them.