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  • Experiential marketing doesn't have to rely on physical interaction. B2B companies can learn from their B2C counterparts by hosting virtual events that offer an interactive way for people to "leave" the house. To that end, focus on these three tactics.

  • Empathy, creativity, and connectivity will ignite purpose-driven experiences in 2021, according to chief marketing officers (CMOs).

  • When most marketers think "marketing automation," they think "efficiency." But when used strategically, automation can offer you so much more—loyal customer relationships, a boost to the bottom line, and a way to measure your marketing success. Sponsored by Act-On Software.

  • The MarketingProfs team convened a virtual roundup of marketing-expert friends to get their take on trends and predictions that CMOs will need to be aware of to succeed in 2021. Here's what they predict.

  • The generic "customer" doesn't exist: To reach buyers, marketers must view their customers as real people with personalities, drives, and interests. Especially in a Covid-altered world, the best way to visualize those customers and their needs is to create buyer personas.

  • Branding and direct response marketing must work together. Marketers should therefore understand the key differences between the two so that they can employ the right blend of tactics when executing their overall marketing strategy. Here are five differences to keep in mind.

  • Senior digital marketers say their top areas for capability improvement in the year ahead are personalization, performance, and segmentation, according to recent research from Altimeter.

  • Marketing and sales teams are only as good as their customer data. If your team is like most, there is room for improvement in your ability to score and route leads—and attribute success. That's why you need a data management strategy. Sponsored by ZoomInfo.

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated online engagement by Gen X and Baby Boomers, making those cohorts more valuable than ever for digital marketers, according to recent research from GlobalWebIndex.

  • Your marketing is only as good as the plan it's based on—and how well that plan is executed. By focusing on a few key steps, setting specific goals, and adjusting along the way, you'll set yourself up for success. Sponsored by ZoomInfo.

  • Is your revenue operations team bogged down by manual tasks and other roadblocks that stifle your success? Learn how you can use connected data and channel orchestration to refocus your team on strategic, value-add initiatives. Sponsored by Dun & Bradstreet.

  • The pandemic has given B2B marketers an opportunity to become better marketers—and build stronger marketing teams—by embracing a culture of innovation. But that change entails rethinking professional development plans. These three sample plans can help you develop innovative B2B marketing teams.

  • Ty Heath of LinkedIn's B2B Institute shares new research about the changing behaviors and attitudes of the new B2B decision-makers.

  • Potential buyers tend to consider peer review sites as more objective and more helpful than vendor sites. A paid subscription to the right peer review site can provide insights into your buyers' preferences and intent, as well as generate new business. Learn more.

  • Most enterprise companies do not yet have customer journey maps in place, but more than half are building them or plan to build and use them in the future, according to recent research from Ansira and Ascend2.

  • Most healthcare marketing executives say the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their content marketing strategy but it has not changed their content marketing budget, according to recent research from True North Custom.

  • Recent work-from-home initiatives have created record demand for telecommuting, team chat, and employee tracking apps. If your B2B company has an app, it's time to look into app store optimization (ASO) to maximize your potential customer base.

  • Time to analyze your own company by assessing your basic competencies and weaknesses, core competencies, digital presence, customer lifetime value, churn rate, and conversion analysis.

  • 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.

  • To develop a robust strategy, you first need to take a step back and understand the elements that make up your market. You'll learn how to do this, and what happens if you do it incorrectly.