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  • Lisa Loftis of analytics software company SAS updates marketers on the General Data Privacy Regulation ('GDPR') and offers advice on how to keep your data collection activities legal.

  • When planning a digital marketing campaign, you have to make sure it will be successful and you'll be using your budget optimally. Take these five important steps before launching your campaign so you don't waste money or time.

  • Join Trust Insights co-founder and marketing analytics expert Christopher S. Penn as he explores the marketing analytics trends that marketers will care most about in the year ahead. What should you know? What can you safely put on the back burner? Sponsored by Seismic.

  • Marketers must stand out: not as the people who make things look pretty, but as the people who drive tangible value for their organization. These metrics can help prove that marketers are indispensable for growing any business.

  • You can produce all the content you want, but if you're not gathering intelligence about that content—such as who is consuming it, when and how it's being consumed, and whether it's making an impact—then what's the point? Here are tips and tools to help you unlock the power of content intelligence.

  • Being data-driven is a top priority for most marketers—because they understand its vital importance to achieving marketing success. And every great data-driven marketing program rests on a foundation of data integrity and data ownership. Consider these nine tips to help you lay that foundation in your organization.

  • Despite understanding the value of social media marketing, many businesses are hesitant to engage in it—mostly because they think it's difficult to measure. It doesn't have to be. Here are some ways you can easily measure the success of your social media marketing campaigns.

  • It's easier than ever to quantify the impact of your marketing and to recreate success. Where do you start? By learning to structure your marketing analysis, test conclusions, and present results.

  • Measurement

    Learning Path

    It's easier than ever to track and report on marketing results. With the super-practical, easy-to-follow guidance you get in this learning path, you'll be checking metrics, interpreting data, making adjustments, and presenting your marketing program and campaign analytics results like a whiz.

  • It's one thing to have data to share. It's another to communicate your data in a way that helps you demonstrate your point. If you want to be persuasive, you have to show your data in a useful way. Here are several types of charts and graphs with explanations of when to use (and not use) each.