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  • When building a brand marketing strategy, it's not enough to know how much people talk about your brand; you have to know what they say and adjust your marketing efforts accordingly. Here are five tools that can help.

  • If you could do one thing to your marketing to make a sustainable difference in your ability to impact the business, it's to change what you measure.

  • Advanced tools powered by Big Data and machine-learning have improved the science of marketing analytics, but there are ways to analyze data and calculate ad strategies using only a spreadsheet. This article explains how.

  • Most senior marketers say their firm does not measure customer lifetime value (LTV) well, according to recent research from the CMO Council and Deloitte.

  • The ability to accurately measure your marketing, media, and lead-gen efforts, and to properly attribute success, is vital—especially now when budgets are tight. Learn how analytics and attribution tools and processes can serve your needs and prove ROI. Sponsored by Alight Analytics.

  • Traditional experience management programs focus mostly on measuring customer experiences. But measuring experiences is very different from improving them. Here's how to take the leap to experience improvement.

  • How can you ensure you're getting a full view of your LinkedIn ad campaign performance and gaining the insights you need to make valuable optimizations?

  • The popularity of Agile Marketing is growing, and it's easy to see why: When plans are turned upside down by a black swan event, marketers are naturally drawn to an approach that lets them change course quickly. Here are three tips for adopting Agile methods.

  • Keith Richey of LinkedIn shares what CMOs have been doing this year and why your corporate culture is likely what got you through 2020 (and why it's your most important asset heading into 2021).

  • Is your revenue operations team bogged down by manual tasks and other roadblocks that stifle your success? Learn how you can use connected data and channel orchestration to refocus your team on strategic, value-add initiatives. Sponsored by Dun & Bradstreet.

  • When most B2B marketers plan a campaign, creativity and content are at the forefront. But, in today's environment, digital optimization is equally important to effectively engage with customers and ensure campaign success. And, for that, you need useful data and reliable technology. Sponsored by Jahia.

  • Are your marketing and finance teams at odds? It often appears that their goals lie at opposite ends of business strategy, but it doesn't have to be that way. For ways to improve your Marketing and Finance relationship, check out these three tips.

  • Marketers say revenue attribution enables better decision-making and helps to align teams, according to recent research from Ascend2.

  • What are your marketing metrics telling you? If you rely on standard measurement tactics, probably not much—especially about your sales. It's time to upgrade to advanced measurement strategies that directly align with business goals—and drive sales.

  • The ability to execute flawless marketing campaigns—and then measure their effectiveness—has never been more important. But, getting a handle on campaign management and measurement can be challenging, especially when teams are working remotely. It all starts with internal alignment. Sponsored by Workfront.

  • Marketers say they face a key measurement dilemma with programmatic advertising: Their bosses want a clear sense of how media is performing, but it's often difficult to report ROI with accuracy.

  • With inaccurate, incomplete, or unenriched data, the campaigns you're running are akin to throwing darts—while blindfolded—in a crowded room. You might hit something, but likely not the growth target you were aiming for. In a digital era, here's what data hygiene can do for you.

  • We've entered a new era of data privacy: Third-party cookies are being phased out, and marketers must look at other options for collecting data from customers. Zero-party data has obvious benefits. Here are the details.

  • If your ad measurement depends on third-party cookies, you'll be facing profound changes within less than two years, as Web browsers phase them out. But cookies have their drawbacks, and this article argues that marketers will be better off without them.

  • Are you getting as much out of your account-based marketing strategy as you hoped you would if you could measure success? Or do you struggle to prove ABM's—and your own efforts'—effectiveness and ROI? You can overcome those common measurement challenges and level-up your capabilities to prove performance. Sponsored by LiveRamp.