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  • Give personality to a software feature. Provide an epic tale with a product update. Even business buyers are swayed by stories, which bring emotion—and humanity—to your brand.

  • B2B salespeople say their biggest challenge early in the sales cycle is personalizing their pitches to individual prospects, according to recent research from Lusha.

  • Put together an ABM Program from scratch— or dust off those cobwebs from your existing program—with the guidance of ABM expert Stefanie Neer. She'll show you why two months is all you need to put a solid plan in place, gain some quick wins—and even get the sales team's buy-in and participation. Woah. Sponsored by Drift.

  • Join the battle against boring B2B content! Julie shares tips, tricks, and mindsets for creating value-based, story-driven content for any B2B organization.

  • Mundane tasks taking up your time? Overwhelmed by data? Good news: there's an AI-based tool for that.

  • It's easy to assume everyone has equal access to Internet content. But a lot of design and development practices make that access difficult or impossible for people with disabilities. Here's how you can make your content more accessible—and more useful for everyone.

  • We're demystifying what it really means to be an agile marketing organization, and we're breaking down the hybrid approach that'll help you keep up with daily demands. Learn lessons won by some of the world's best-known brands, hear from agile marketing experts in the field, and walk away with a plan. Sponsored by Aprimo.

  • In Part 2 of our conversation with Sally Hogshead, she delves into the importance of brands' repositioning their flaws instead of trying to fix them, of their identifying what they already are instead of trying to change.

  • As you develop your marketing strategies, which tactics and approaches should you be considering? To help marketers figure out what to devote time and budget towards, Brafton created this infographic.

  • Sometimes the best way to own customer success is to create Customer Success—its own department, that is. But how? Here's a 10-step guide.

  • "Coming to you live" doesn't mean as much as it used to. Event attendees have adapted to on-demand, tech-savvy experiences, and marketers have to embrace that.

  • Small business owners and entrepreneurs rank content marketing, social media ads, and word-of-mouth as the most effective tactics for garnering interest and attention from audiences, according to recent research from Skynova.

  • Marketers know how important differentiation is to brand identity. Sally Hogshead goes even further by saying that trying to be better than your competitors is a discouraging slog: The only thing you can control is your difference, so you have to turn that into your specialty.

  • You have a big channel partner who has doubled your sales. Yeah! But then the partner starts making decisions willy-nilly without checking with you. D'oh! Here's how to prevent similar conflicts.

  • Do the potentials of blockchain technology go beyond the novelty of "owning" a digital piece of art? Perhaps. Future marketers could harness NFTs for functions typically associated with customer relationship management.

  • Is your ABM strategy following deals through close, or is it focused only on the top of the funnel? If the latter, your strategy is actually limited to tech and demand gen instead of true ABM.

  • "Click here for more." Is anyone actually going to click on a call to action like that? Probably not. Check out what makes for a good cold email CTA in this article.

  • Okay, we've all heard about NFTs. But are they actually useful in the marketing world? How can brands incorporate them into their strategy? The answer may lie in community-building.

  • B2B marketers say their biggest marketing concern is how to generate more leads, whereas B2B salespeople say their biggest marketing concern is how to improve lead quality, according to recent research from SharpSpring and Ascend2.

  • A RevOps department is only as effective as its unification of metrics—and it really should be the marketing department that takes that leap, argues this article.