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  • Rajkumar Venkatesan, co-author of "The AI Marketing Canvas: A Five-Stage Road Map to Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Marketing," gives us a sneak peek at the road map and offers insight into how marketers can get started using AI.

  • This infographic from Salesforce looks at what key email metrics mean and explores how you can use them to optimize your campaigns.

  • Data analysis does not exist in a vacuum; it is conducted by analysts who bring their inherent subjectivity to the process. It's time to acknowledge that and only then proceed to determine which metrics to track with holistic analytics.

  • Only 17% of marketers say their firm measures customer lifetime value (LTV) very well or extremely well, according to recent research from the CMO Council and Deloitte Digital.

  • Many PR agencies measure campaign success only by the volume of media engagements, but there's much more to marcomms success than that. Learn about the three best metrics for measuring PR campaigns.

  • Content marketing is inherently a long-term, cumulative investment; a single piece of content won't likely lead to a sales increase. That makes it hard to measure ROI. But hard doesn't mean impossible. Here's how you can measure your content marketing.

  • Digital marketing has moved toward strategies that provide quantifiable returns on spending. But B2B companies have long sales cycles, and Google Analytics alone is not sufficient to determine attribution and ROI. You need closed-loop analytics.

  • Marketers say Facebook/Instagram and Google are the platforms they use most for ad retargeting, according to recent research from SharpSpring Ads and Ascend2.

  • Differences abound between Google's Universal Analytics and the recently announced Google Analytics 4. How can marketers make the best use of the new version to inform their decisions? Find out here.

  • Data-based insights, including sales metrics, are crucial in B2B marketing—but which types will rise above the level of vanity metrics and actually help to shape your strategy? Here are seven of them.

  • Join expert Samantha Stone for this comprehensive Master Class to develop the financial acumen and measurement skills needed to make smarter business decisions, move your business forward, impress your CFO and management team, and prove your value.

  • Join expert Samantha Stone for this comprehensive Master Class to develop the financial acumen and measurement skills needed to make smarter business decisions, move your business forward, impress your CFO and management team, and prove your value.

  • Setting Goals

    Master Class Lesson

    In this first lesson, you learn the importance of setting realistic goals and four important questions that will guide you to select goals that align with your organization (and if all else fails, Samantha suggests a pint of ice cream can help).

  • Measure Impact, Not Activity

    Master Class Lesson

    In this lesson, Samantha shares why she cut leads in half and yet grew revenue by 20%. You too will learn to evaluate your metrics and make decisions that change behavior.

  • Revenue Challenges

    Master Class Lesson

    ROI is not the only way to measure. In this lesson, you'll learn about the revenue challenges that impact business in a positive way are so you can educate management on how they contribute to the financial success of your organization.

  • Understanding KPIs

    Master Class Lesson

    Relying on the number of leads generated isn't the only indicator of how your campaigns are performing. In this lesson, you'll learn more about KPIs (what it is and isn't) so you can rely on these key findings to tell you about the overall health of your business.

  • The Four Pillars of KPIs

    Master Class Lesson

    KPIs are a signal that should help inform actions. The best way to identify these signals is to group KPIs into pillars. In this lesson, you'll learn what those pillars are (Awareness, Consideration, Demand, and Advocacy) and what insights to glean from each.

  • Analyzing KPIs

    Master Class Lesson

    Once you've grouped your KPIs into Pillars you'll want to break it down even further, so the metrics can inform and guide deeper analysis. The way to do this is Diagnostic Metrics and Lense. In this lesson, we'll review how these two can provide deeper insights.

  • The Highs and Lows of KPIs

    Master Class Lesson

    Why the fuss with KPIs? The truth: your CFO needs to know how well the business is performing and KPIs provide that insight. In this lesson, Samantha shares the highs and lows of KPIs and validates your efforts to measure data that can impact decision-making.

  • Attribution

    Master Class Lesson

    We can't talk measurement without talking about attribution. It may be a pain, but it's necessary. In this lesson, you'll discover why we need to understand attribution, and how it can help us make good decisions about what activities to do—and which need help.