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  • Your virtual event strategy should be tweaked for journalists and media attendees, whose needs are different from those of other attendees. Here are four things to focus on.

  • Marketers say collecting good-quality data is the biggest challenge they face when trying to execute a data-driven strategy, according to recent research from Ascend2.

  • Discover how to achieve agile marketing through four story-splitting techniques: By length, audience, channel, and detail.

  • If you want your brand to succeed today (and into the future) you need to move beyond panic marketing and tactical calendars. You need an agile, strategic marketing plan. Learn how with this Master Class. Join this live Watch Party for lessons 3 and 4.

  • If your marketing activities don't have a well-conceived strategy continually informing them, it's time to level up—and boost your bottom line. You'll need to build a growth strategy for yourself and your team, build your brand and make social connections, and ensure your MarTech stack is uncovering demand and improving your campaigns. Sponsored by Vidyard.

  • For B2B marketers, Q4 is when spending amps up to tap into remaining budget. To take advantage, tune-up your account-based marketing tactics. Follow these seven tips.

  • Now that customer experience drives such a large percentage of customer loyalty, many companies are appointing chief experience officers (CXOs) to manage CX across departments. Here are three things those CXOs should keep in mind.

  • This year has been better than last year for marketing agencies, with most finding more new business opportunities in 2021 compared with 2020, according to recent research from RSW/US.

  • Buyer journeys are independent of your sales funnel, which is why so much of those journeys is hidden. But there's a way to be there when they set off on their journey. You just need to see the signals.

  • Not every conversion means making a sale—especially in B2B, where every customer goes on a long journey before deciding whether to buy. That journey is made up of micro-conversions. This article provides more information about identifying and tracking them.

  • The key to finding an effective solution to divisions between Sales and Marketing is to understand what's causing conflict in the first place. Here's how to evaluate your own company's situation for optimal alignment between the two teams.

  • The share of ad spend going towards TV and social media next year is expected to be twice as high as daily consumption of those channels by audiences, according to recent research from WARC.

  • B2B marketers may love email, but it can take a while for prospects to open one, even if they're interested. If you want to get people's eyes on your message in seconds, there's no better way than SMS. Here are five SMS campaign ideas.

  • This infographic from Semrush explores six key criteria that are often utilized for market segmentation: geographic, demographic, psychographic, behavioral, media, and benefit.

  • There may be no magic bullet for increasing lead generation, but tweaking your marketing content can still boost the response to it—and improve lead quality. Here are six easy ways to do that.

  • A hybrid event strategy is more than just livestreaming the presentation room. Remote attendees tend to become distracted, so you must take their engagement level into account and tweak your approach accordingly.

  • Even though B2C and B2B brands operate differently, B2B brands can implement B2C digital marketing strategies to increase revenue and develop long-term customer relationships. Here are three areas to focus on.

  • We usually associate customer empathy with B2C sales and impulse buys, but empathy marketing can be just as effective in B2B marketing. Here are five ways to use it.

  • How can you ensure that your brand isn't losing loyalty? This infographic from Chattermill covers six strategies for maintaining customer trust, including owning up to mistakes and overtly displaying your brand's core values.

  • One of the most critical aspects of any successful marketing campaign is knowing your audience. But it's what you do with that knowledge that determines campaign success. Here are five tips that can help.