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  • Ad tech trends seldom mature overnight, but as the industry figures out how it can improve user experience as well as increase revenue, 2018 will be a rough ride for most.

  • A customer-centric mindset is vital for marketing success, helping campaigns resonate with prospects and leading to more sales and greater customer satisfaction. So how can busy marketers implement a customer-centric mindset?

  • By testing various creative treatments, prioritizing the role creative plays in ads, and choosing the right tools for ad creation, marketers can do more of what they do best: offer creative solutions to their customers and prospects.

  • We are in the next great Golden Era of marketing, and with this new era comes an entirely new set of possibilities—along with commensurate customer demands. Here are five megatrends we marketers need to be aware of as we move into 2018.

  • AI, ML, and ABM are all initialisms we hear a lot these days, but how do the technologies they refer to work together to make your marketing efforts more efficient? Today's animated infographic explains it all.

  • Despite the annoyance, budget planning is an absolute necessity. Without it, you can't proceed or succeed. When planning for 2018, here's how to avoid and correct the top 4 mistakes almost all marketers make.

  • Machine-learning and artificial intelligence are still growing technologies—and they aren't just passing trends. Check out the infographic to see how ML and AI are helping B2B and B2C marketers alike.

  • Are you familiar with "progressive Web apps"? Today's infographic gives the lowdown on what this relatively new type of mobile experience is and shares how brands have used it to see big results.

  • In this Teach Me How seminar, you'll learn about artificial intelligence and its useful features, including natural language processing and speech recognition. You'll discover the power of machine learning and understand how to make the most of these technologies to deliver better data insights, customer experience, and more.

  • Companies that don't support messaging apps risk creating a negative customer experience—and having competitors fill the gap. A messaging app program, with chatbots or without, helps you be responsive to consumers in a way that humanizes the brand through conversation.

  • With nearly 5,000 solutions in the B2B marketing technology and PR technology landscape, it can be daunting to decide which technology your company should use. So here are four important areas of consideration and related questions to help you identify the best solutions for your organization.

  • Most B2B marketers are already using or plan to use some form of marketing automation technology, according to recent research from Act-On and Econsultancy.

  • The power of marketing automation is very real, and very real companies are using automation to grow and thrive. And while the process of selecting a vendor, implementing the technology, and training your team to use it can be daunting, the potential benefits make it a worthy investment.

  • Multichannel automation, content personalization, social sharing tools, analytics... a marketing Cloud makes it possible to juggle the numerous tools necessary for today's marketing. But do you get a turnkey solution, or do you build your own?

  • Many companies find themselves asking the same question: How do we authentically engage with customers throughout their entire buying journey to keep them satisfied and buying more? The answer, up until now, has been complicated.

  • The point of sale (POS) has evolved from the cash register to the online cart and now to voice-activated devices—and soon to virtually anywhere, anytime, in myriad automated ways. The one constant for marketers: user experience.

  • Users of the Internet generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, on average, according to recent research from Domo.

  • Marketers have lately been talking much more about how augmented reality and virtual reality will change marketing. It's time to take a step back and put a practical spin on AR and VR—on what is likely to happen and what is simply hype.

  • From raising awareness, to educating prospects, to completing the transaction, to enhancing customer service and beyond, predictive analytics can help you anticipate customers' needs and desires throughout their circuitous buying journey.

  • Prospective buyers of marketing technologies rank demos, test drives, and self-driven online research as the most valuable methods for evaluating products/services, according to a recent report from Target Marketing, NAPCO Research, and IBM.