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  • 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.

  • In today's world, the traditional role of marketing in business hasn't just been flipped on its head, it's been reimagined entirely. Here's what to focus on to ensure Marketing remains relevant and respected.

  • 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.

  • Until in-person events return in full force, hybrid is the name of the game. If you're attending or planning a hybrid event this year, maximize engagement and ROI by using these five strategies.

  • More isn't always better with your email marketing strategy. The pandemic caused many marketers to follow a mass messaging approach in 2020, but prospects aren't likely to respond to that tactic in 2021. Here are four tactics to use now.

  • A stellar content experience for your buyers can be transformative—both to their relationship with your company and to your own business outcomes. But the rules of content have changed. You'll need to know these three new rules of content experience.

  • Too many companies register multiple domain names—sometimes hundreds or thousands—and then forget about them. Losing track of you online real estate poses high risks to security and reputation. Here's why you should take domain name security seriously.

  • Are we doing ABM wrong? We align our account-based marketing efforts with target accounts that fit certain firmographics, but maybe we should first be finding out what they actually want. Learn more in this article.

  • Modern marketers wear many hats. They're expected to accomplish numerous tasks, but formal training for most of those tasks doesn't exist—or it's considered less important than training for Sales. But systematic training for your marketing team is a must. Here's why.

  • 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.

  • Marketing amplification depends on expanding reach through conversations, which is why podcasts are an ideal tool. But there is no perfect formula to ensure that your brand podcast will be a success. There are do's and don'ts, however. Here are five of the don'ts.

  • Choices in marketing automation are plenty, and it might seem you have to choose between several best-of-breed platforms or a single all-in-one solution. But, surprise: you can have both.

  • 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.

  • How can marketers create content that the sales team actually uses? The answer lies in collaboration and consolidation. Learn more about better sales content in this article.

  • What is connectivity, and why is it important in marketing and customer experience? Check out the findings of Widen's 2021 Connectivity Report.

  • There's so much media hype about Gen Z and its impact on our business world that it can be difficult to sort through it all—especially for marketers. Here are insights from CBX's research about the generation that's breaking cultural barriers.

  • We can't control Google's latest search algorithm, but we can harness the power of internal linking to strengthen our website's SEO. Here are five tactics to use.

  • Account-based marketing was once a manual and time-consuming game of connect-the-dots. Now, with data and automation, marketers can move beyond the basics of ABM to a new approach. Here's what you need to know.

  • Both B2B and B2C companies use content marketing, but their respective content strategies differ—because their audiences' needs, requirements, and behaviors differ. Here are five ways to create B2B content that converts.

  • Supposedly, customers don't know what product they want until someone creates it. But that's not true: Customers do know what they want—and there's nobody better than marketers to tap into those needs and desires to understand what customers want.