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  • The ever-increasing number of channels your customers and partners use to engage with your business requires a new approach to creating and managing your digital strategy. Get ready to harness the awesome power of omnichannel experiences to your advantage. Sponsored by Progress Sitefinity.

  • Are your marketing efforts resonating with the developers who can help you boost sales? Developers are a tough group to connect with, but you can start by making it easier for them to get the information they need about your products and services. Sponsored by Stack Overflow.

  • The love-hate relationship with our CRMs is real. They often fail to meet promises made during selection and implementation, and they can fall short of their potential to drive revenue. But we can't live without them. To get more out of your CRM implementation, ask and answer these two questions.

  • When your employees are working remotely, email and messaging apps are a natural fallback for internal communication. Find out what their limitations are and how to solve complex collaboration problems. Read more.

  • How can B2B firms tell when it's finally time to invest in a customer relationship management (CRM) system? The signs tend to vary among internal groups.

  • Orlando Gadea of Stanley Black & Decker and Alexandre Soncini of marketplace growth platform VTEX discuss how they partnered to empower sales reps, simplify B2B buying, promote products more effectively, and reduce total cost of ownership.

  • Marketing automation workflows can engage customers and generate significantly more conversions and sales than ad hoc email campaigns. These are seven workflows vital to successful campaigns.

  • Overwhelmed, marketers have little time to learn what the customer really wants, let alone produce the content that really speaks to people on a deep level. The result is a content crisis. But it's possible to create and connect content to the customer journey and lifecycle. And to do it at scale.

  • Account-based programs demonstrate higher conversion and close rates than traditional demand programs. So, companies of course want to focus on winning and growing target accounts in the year ahead. But there are ways you can make ABM even more successful and maximize ROI.

  • Content marketing has matured to a point where you need at least some automation. But if you aren't careful, you'll turn people off: Your loyalists will notice if your content is lower quality or less tailored. To maintain customer trust while streamlining your workload, use these three tips.

  • Marketers are accustomed to a changing environment—from algorithm updates to new acquisition channels and technology. Even so, the widespread cancellation of live events made even experienced professionals take a deep breath and rethink their strategies. But it can be done.

  • If you wish to be a truly great marketer, you need to understand and be able to leverage marketing technology. But, getting a handle on all the data, vendors, and other elements that go into achieving marketing technology excellence can be tricky (we know!). Sponsored by Cvent.

  • Sales enablement—providing sales teams with the knowledge, skills, content, and tools they need to meet the needs of buyers—is fast becoming a core function of marketing departments. And no wonder: the benefits extend even beyond greater win rates. See how to maximize sales enablement ROI.

  • Are you feeling weighed down by your (and your clients') data? Advanced marketing analytics can help your digital consultancy gain more powerful insights, drive growth, and improve efficiency. Sponsored by Adverity.

  • In the past two decades, content marketing has become an effective strategy for generating leads and nurturing them through every stage of the buying journey. Now, AI is poised to take marketing content to the next level.

  • Let's face our tough new reality: It's not easy to drive demand during this work-from-home era. Now, it's all about building operational agility into your marketing and customer experience. Here are three effective, data-reliant ways you can address your soft pipeline.

  • B2B sales and marketing have evolved rapidly. Digitization has transformed the way buyers research and procure products and services. Sellers no longer have control over the flow of information, and buyers' expectations have changed. Here's what B2B suppliers need to do to attract today's buyers.

  • For many industries, digital channels are now essential to doing business well into the future. Here are some practical tips on how to accelerate your digital transformation.

  • Buyers of B2B technology products and services say what they most want right now from vendors is information about how to get the most out of the solutions they already own, according to recent research from LeadMD.

  • To take best advantage of evolving business technologies, it is essential to stay agile, flexible, and open to change. Which is why in marketing technology, open-source software hits the bullseye.