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  • Salespeople can be the true voice of the customer: Through daily conversations, they intimately understand what problems prospects are experiencing—right now. Here's how marketers can harness that knowledge for content marketing and PR.

  • Along with keyword research and website optimization, strengthening your backlink profile through off-site SEO is a critical way to boost your organic search rankings and traffic. The challenge? It's really hard... What's a marketer to do? Execute the following three highly effective stratagems.

  • At some point, we all learned about the 4Ps of marketing: place, price, product, and promotion. Those still hold weight, but marketing has been undergoing drastic changes, and companies now face a host of new challenges. These new 4Ps of marketing are the way forward.

  • We know that serious social media influencers can create an "unfair advantage" for you because they are trusted and their audiences listen to them daily. The big question for marketers isn't whether influencers create value for brands. It's what that value is—or, more specifically, how do we measure it.

  • Brands have near-universal visibility into email opens and clicks, and excellent visibility into bounces. But those metrics lack the depth and granularity needed to truly understand what's driving your successes and failures. We need these three KPIs instead.

  • Gen Z members are young, with the oldest barely past age 20, but they hold an estimated $143B in spending power. Brands are attempting to reach them, but a connection with Gen Z is almost impossible without incredible content. Here are some tips to make engagement more likely.

  • If you're not already doing ABM, then you're likely thinking about doing it. Taking a tiered approach allows you to scale your efforts. Here's how to win the biggest, most attractive deals in your market.

  • There is such a thing as too much content. And if you're creating marketing content for its own sake (i.e., without a clear business need), you've taken a wrong turn onto a dead-end path. Instead, take these four steps on the road to creating the right amount of the right type of content.

  • You've built your marketing career by creating compelling campaigns that capture calls, clicks, likes, shares, and sales. You've mastered the art and science of SEO. But are you ready to market to the next generation of consumers? Are you ready for voice commerce?

  • For most marketing teams, the top success metric is leads. But as marketers and sales team members alike will tell you, not all leads are created equal. How can you pass along only the best, most-qualified leads to Sales? Here's what you need to know.

  • Building, editing, and sharing a compelling presentation isn't an easy task; it's not particularly cheap, either—because they're often one and done... But there's a way to develop engaging presentation assets that can be used over and over again.

  • Nearly every marketer will be asked to manage a project at some point in their career. But not every marketer will have formal project management training—or feel confident in their planning or leadership skills. Leading and managing marketing projects doesn't have to feel overwhelming.

  • The entire retail industry is at a crossroads: store closures, CMO reshuffles, and competition from Amazon. But retailers still have a lucrative opportunity to differentiate themselves and win over undecided shoppers, who are large in number. Here's how.

  • Different companies have different methods and tools for content creation. What's important is that the team creating the content is capable of implementing a content strategy and achieving its objectives. So when putting together a content marketing team (or outsourcing to an agency), what should you be looking for?

  • More and more companies are seeing the benefits of implementing technology. Many are also seeing the pitfalls of selecting the wrong technology. In marketing and sales, the most commonly used tools are customer relationship management systems. When selecting a CRM, what should you look for?

  • Odds are, you don't need convincing to get on board with email marketing. Most marketers these days use email. But are you using it to its fullest potential? Here are 14 ways to get the most out of email.

  • Continuously flooding prospects with generic content or calls no longer works. Buyers are fatigued by all the marketing noise, and so they tune out. They crave hyper-personalization that offers relevance, trust, and engagement. Here's what you need to know.

  • AI shows great promise, and marketers are still learning how to use it effectively and integrate it with, or use it to complement, the processes they're already using. One thing is clear, though: Email is an area where AI can offer significant advantages.

  • More than 1 billion Stories are shared every day across the Facebook family of apps: Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Stories as a social media format are here to stay. Marketers and brands that invest in this trend will reap the rewards.