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  • Whether you're a big or small brand, today's consumers assume you know them and understand them—and can personalize their interactions with you online, offline, across devices, and so on. But where do you even start? Every CMO needs to consider these three key priorities.

  • "Artificial intelligence": you've heard the term, you know it's a trend, you know you're "supposed" to be using it... But if you were asked to explain in a few short sentences what it means for marketers, could you do it? If not, then you've found the right article.

  • Relationships are hard work—full of ups and downs, twists and turns. The relationship between client and marketing agency, too, requires TLC. Finding and keeping the right one is vital. Here's how you can cultivate a lasting, meaningful relationship with your marketing agency of choice.

  • You'd think we'd be naturals at this whole "talking to other humans" thing. After all, even though we're marketers, we never stop being customers ourselves, and we're more familiar than most with how brands grab our attention successfully (or not). Here's how our marketing can be more human—and more effective.

  • Strategic adviser and sales-alignment expert Ian Altman shares insights from the new edition of his book Same Side Selling: How Integrity and Collaboration Drive Extraordinary Results for Sellers and Buyers.

  • Media strategies need to remain agile and democratized in a world saturated with digitized media formats and emerging tech trends. What are the business models that can ensure success with digital media now and in the future?

  • We marketers have been trying for years to decode the most enigmatic generation of our time, Millennials. But many of them are now marketers themselves, and they have set their sights on the next generation: Gen Z. Here are three ways we can break through to this rising generation.

  • 30 years ago, in March 1989, the first webpage was created by British engineer and computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee. This timeline infographic will guide you through the history of the World Wide Web. See how we got to where we are now.

  • All the digital channels and bells and whistles aside, your success as a marketer today still stems from using emotional marketing that understands consumers' needs and preferences. Now, with the emergence of influencer marketing, we can combine these two approaches in our content marketing to reach deep into our desired audiences.

  • Social media, websites, email, SEO, videos, and content are the most popular digital marketing channels and tactics with small businesses, according to recent research from The Manifest.