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  • Americans age 50 and older have increasingly embraced technologies such as smartphones, smart televisions, and social media over the past few years, according to recent research from AARP.

  • The economic climate has caused many businesses to re-evaluate their 2023 strategies, and that extends into sales prospecting. In particular, take note of these three trends.

  • AI is helping marketers unlock their creativity and speed up content developmentā€”from ideation to outline-writing, editing, publishing, and more. Register now to learn how AI writing technology can increase your writers' productivity tenfold without sacrificing quality or brand consistency. Sponsored by Writer.

  • In 2022, several technologies cemented their marketing viability. In 2023, we'll start to see those technologies live up to their potential, argues this article.

  • We've all heard it: AI is here, you need to use AI, incorporate AI into your business. But in the case of marketing, what exactly do you use it for? Here are practical applications for AI across four content types.

  • What's next for B2B? Register now for the Future Trends Friday Forum and hear what three top industry experts have to say about what lies ahead. Sponsored by Momentive.

  • Host George B. Thomas and Peter Prodromou discuss the advent of AI and how to use it as a tool for better communication, controlled brand narrative, and more efficient internal processes.

  • Today's B2B buyers mostly want to be left alone to make their own decisions during their customer journey. Providing them with interactive content and product demos enables them to do just that.

  • Marketers say they expect AI to be the most important emerging tech of 2023 and the potential impact of a recession to be the most important societal trend, according to recent research from WARC.

  • Changes in technology, privacy, and customer behavior are disrupting digital marketing. But many of us are too busy to understand how these changes will affect our work and careers. So we're hosting a friendly fireside chat with six domain experts to discuss the important trends and changes coming your way in 2023.

  • If you're intrigued by AI but also confused, start learning here! This article, the first in a planned series on AI, covers basic terminology and possible ways to prioritize your investment. Let's learn!

  • Social media management tool Sprout Social is the least stressful business software solution to use, according to recent research.

  • Artificial intelligence in marketing is here to stay, and Marketing and Sales leaders can no longer afford to ignore it. Register today to catch up on AI trends and best-practices for your marketing strategy and for aligning your revenue teams. Sponsored by Drift.

  • The accelerated pace of the digital business world will require B2B tech marketers to drop their manual ABM processes and get to a deeper level of customer understanding. But how? Check out these ideas.

  • Once the novelty of AI-generated content has worn off, is it really useful to your company? This article argues that it absolutely is, and you should adopt it sooner rather than later.

  • Learn how to create, measure, and optimize a holistic marketing automation strategy that leads to more conversions and sales. Sponsored by ActiveCampaign.

  • Marketers at large companies plan to focus their email strategies more on automation and mobile-friendly design in the year ahead, according to recent research from OMI and Ascend2.

  • We all know about the "Great Resignation," but survey results have uncovered a "Great Customer Resignation" as well. Churn is at an all-time high. Luckily, implementing data and good tech can mitigate the problem.

  • As a content marketer, do you ever wish you could eavesdrop on sales calls to figure out what content items your sales team is actually using? Good news: AI can do that so you feel less creepy.

  • Most marketers at small and midsize businesses say they believe that marketing tools powered by artificial intelligence will help them save time, keep headcount in check, and limit costs, according to recent research from Unbounce.