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  • The year will be winding down and many of your "plans" will involve eggnog and fruitcake (or not?). But if you can find it within yourself to get even the most basic 2021 marketing plans started before you break for holiday cheer, you'll thank yourself on the other side. Sponsored by ZoomInfo.

  • No matter the size of your business, every single customer touchpoint is critical—especially now. And if you're not using a lifecycle marketing approach, you're probably missing out on key opportunities and revenue. It's time to make the shift. Sponsored by Act-On Software.

  • Join Avinash Kaushik, digital marketing evangelist for Google, for a keynote (including Q&A) that will open up your imagination and teach you to think—and use—your data differently.

  • The ability to scale your marketing strategies—and measure their impact—is critical if you're going to achieve ROI and prove your team's worth. But getting started, or knowing how to fix what's broken, is the hardest part. Sponsored by Obility.

  • Are your marketing efforts so focused on lead gen that your lead conversion rates are suffering? Turning promising leads into loyal customers is what will set your organization apart—and it starts with best practices that create a comfortable and compelling customer journey. Sponsored by Act-On Software.

  • Reopening during and after the pandemic is fraught with challenges but laden with opportunities. For marketers, it's an ideal time to take advantage of new marketing and communications approaches to differentiate your brand for the "new normal" in your industry.

  • Though marketing teams can produce content marketing that resonates with prospects and customers, executive-team buy-in and participation can elevate their efforts and open more opportunities to attract higher numbers of qualified leads.

  • The ability to engage meaningfully with customers matters more now than ever. It starts with empathy and an ability to prioritize the marketing activities that will create the most connection. Sponsored by UserTesting.

  • Business buyers are inundated with pitches and content, most of which isn't relevant to them. That's good news for B2B marketers: Your prospects are hungry for a personalized experience. Here are three practical ways to make your ABM more successful.

  • The two biggest challenges facing companies trying to execute account-based marketing (ABM) programs are data quality issues and a lack of budget, according to recent research from Demandbase.

  • Unusual times call for unusual thinking and strategic engagements. In the current business environment, to fully realize the objectives of live events that can't take place, take the path mapped out in this article to deliver an experience that exceeds expectations.

  • You may not be in the baseball business, but there's a lot you can learn about marketing from Oakland Athletics VP of Operations and former General Manager, Billy Beane. Watch on-demand through August 28 to discover how to apply his "Moneyball" philosophy to your marketing.

  • Outsourcing content creation and relinquishing some control over your content can be stressful. But you can maintain a collaborative relationship with your content partner to execute a content strategy that achieves your content marketing goals. Here's practical advice for doing that.

  • Nearly three-quarters of organizers of B2B exhibitions say they've had to cancel at least one in-person event because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to recent research from The Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR).

  • Consistently generating high-quality leads lies at the heart of an effective B2B marketing strategy, helping to drive revenue and ensure sustained growth.

  • As marketers consider their options for providing digital event opportunities, one question is top of mind: How do you create an engaging attendee experience? The key is to make real connections in a virtual way. These three tips will help.

  • You know what's not only extremely short-sighted but also potentially disastrous? Assuming the current public-health crisis is a temporary pause in business-as-usual. You can't afford to wait for "it" to pass. To put yourself in a better position now and down the road, try these five strategies.

  • Lead gen is responsible for one of your company's most valuable assets—customers. But establishing an effective lead generation process is no small feat. To create a process that yields high ROI demands contribution and investment from the leadership team. Here's how, exactly.

  • What happens when a global crisis hits and your marketing emails are suddenly one of the last things a customer has time to think about? The answer: don't proceed like normal. To ensure your email program remains effective and authentic, follow these five practical steps.

  • Storytelling is one of the most effective ways to build a connection with your audience. But how can marketers build narratives that resonate with customers on an emotional level? Here's what brand storytelling involves, why using empathy to drive narratives is important, and how to do it.