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  • Content marketing has become central to business strategy, but marketers are still struggling to prove its effect on closing business. Are interactive content experiences the key to both more effective marketing and more insightful attribution? Get the study from Forrester Consulting on behalf of Turtl.

  • Wouldn't it be great to crack the code on producing a successful webcast or virtual event—so you could improve both attendance and engagement? Sponsored by Intrado.

  • Chances are, your funnel has some "friction" that impedes the ability of leads to flow from one section to another. This not only impacts your team's efficiency but also the customer experience you're delivering. Sponsored by GetResponse.

  • Marketer happiness and fulfillment aren't often the topics of research, but we're breaking from the norm. This one-of-a-kind study looks into what makes today's marketers tick and what some of the happiest and most successful marketers are doing to stay at the top of their game.

  • MarketingProfs and Content Marketing Institute surveyed content marketers worldwide about a range of topics including strategy, audience development, technology proficiency, and content types. This report presents the data from the B2B content marketers in North America. Sponsored by Conductor.

  • If you're tired of low response rates on social media, it could be that you're taking the wrong approach to creating and sharing relevant content that captures and engages the attention of your audience. Settle in and start reading—we're going to show you how to do it right.

  • Inbound marketing isn’t a tactic, but a process. It’s how you approach customer relationships. It requires an understanding of your company’s buying cycle, ideal customers, and the power of quality content, plus an acknowledgement that, as a marketer, you’re not in control—the customer is.

  • Making a case for adding video to your content mix is easy. Research reveals that marketers who use video see faster revenue growth. Online retailers see higher conversion rates. And when offered as a content choice, video is preferred over whitepapers, case studies, demos, webinars, and e-books.

  • 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.

  • Podcasting represents an amazing opportunity to be heard by and connect with your audience. It gives you the power to educate, entertain, inform, inspire, get laughs, incite tears, and touch listeners on an emotional level. Is your mic powered up?

  • Marketing used to be an art. These days, it’s more like a science—we can now understand whether our creativity made any difference, just how compelling our messaging is, and how to refine it—and more—for better results. It’s all a matter of measuring, tracking, and analyzing the right way.

  • The results are in, and marketers like you want more: more content showing up in search, more content driving visitors to your website, and more content guiding prospects through the sales cycle. This calls for a more effective system for creating more content using the resources you already have.

  • All roads lead to your website. You need to ensure it not only communicates your brand effectively and distinctively, but also serves as your round-the-clock sales force. A website that works maximizes customer acquisition and retention while saving time, money, and human resources.

  • With more than a billion monthly active users, Gmail is consumer email’s indisputable leader. But Google’s tough deliverability standards also mean marketers must jump through more than a few hoops to prove the legitimacy of their messages. Ensure yours make it into the inbox.

  • If you’ve been paying any attention, you already know: video has taken over. Whether you're a complete newbie or a novice looking to improve—and grow—an existing program, our experts will help you put video into the marketing spotlight.

  • Marketing is always in a battle for attention: you can’t sell something to someone who won’t pay you any mind. But if you want them to do more than just notice you—if you want them to engage with you until they’re ready to act—you can’t be static or predictable or dull. You need to get interactive.

  • A lead magnet is a free offer you make in exchange for an email address. Of course, not every person who gives you an email address is a hot lead, but if you’ve collected an email by offering a useful and highly relevant gift, the person who requested it may have the potential to become one.

  • The world moves fast. If we want to keep up, we need to take a different, more nimble approach—one we call agile marketing. And it brings benefits: greater productivity, more relevant marketing communications and campaigns, increasingly better results, happier employees, and very contented bosses.

  • If you're a marketer, you're also a writer. Embrace it! Improve the skills you already have so you can tackle new, more challenging projects with confidence. We've got the perfect toolkit to help you create marketing writing success.