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  • Marketing events have been canceled because of COVID-19. But what about post-pandemic? If events resume, will people even attend? And most important, do we now have an opportunity to make live events more valuable for everyone involved?

  • How do you access the analytics you need to measure your online marketing ROI effectively? You need the right tools. This article highlights five tools that provide insights into your marketing results.

  • For many industries, digital channels are now essential to doing business well into the future. Here are some practical tips on how to accelerate your digital transformation.

  • Now, more than ever, organizations are depending on digital channels to maintain customer connections and plant seeds for future growth. Here's how marketers can be responsive and provide leadership during this crisis.

  • With some version of reopening on the horizon, marketers are having to rethink their marketing efforts, especially email—since so many of us have been relying on digital communication more than ever. What should our approach be now?

  • If your salespeople aren't effective presenters, they'll never achieve their full potential—even if they're good at selling. Which is why it's critical to understand and monitor this vital skill. Here's how to measure and evaluate sales presentation skills.

  • B2B influencer marketing has become "a thing"; it is alive and well and available to use as a tactic in your marketing strategy. Based on research and experience, here are five best-practice recommendations.

  • The true economic fallout of the current coronavirus crisis is far from certain, and many marketers have been asked to freeze all nonessential spending. If you're one of those marketers, your budget may now be sheltering in place alongside you. But you can, and must, keep marketing.

  • All professional services agencies entering the third decade of the 21st Century have many responsibilities... but they have only one essential task: They must—constantly, continually, and rapidly—adapt to change and innovate.

  • To take best advantage of evolving business technologies, it is essential to stay agile, flexible, and open to change. Which is why in marketing technology, open-source software hits the bullseye.

  • In today's digital marketing landscape, many marketers still downplay the importance of images. Yet decades' worth of scientific research consistently demonstrates that people are much better at remembering pictures than words. Visuals just might be the most important marketing tool we have.

  • The Dutch word "averechts" refers to when someone does something to avoid a problem, but that action backfires—causing the very problem they were trying to avoid. That is precisely what is happening to most companies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Avoid your "averechts" moment.

  • These are some of the most common and costly mistakes that marketers make when adopting, implementing, and executing ABM. But you can avoid making these 7 mistakes. Here's how.

  • Visual design is having a moment of prominence—and perhaps reckoning. Many companies no longer treat design like frosting for their messaging; often, the design is the message. But can marketers stand up for artistic design while still getting the ROI the C-suite execs expect?

  • LinkedIn has been testing a new conversational format—LinkedIn Stories—to be released "soon." So, what does the introduction of LinkedIn's own version of Stories mean? Will it "kickstart conversations" and "nurture relationships," as LinkedIn hopes?

  • You're interested in Agile Marketing, and you have questions... Here are some answers to some major queries about Agile teams, leaders, measurement, and many other FAQs. Let's dig in.

  • Supply chains throughout our economy will undergo volatile supply and demand shock waves over the next year or more. Most companies' automated supply chain systems will be incapable of handling that volatility, resulting in chaos—unless managers adopt a different way of managing their supply chains.

  • If this pandemic has blindsided your business, you've been asking questions like these: How should we talk to our prospects and customers? Should we ditch our editorial plans, or stay the course? Is content promotion still acceptable, or is it a definite no-no? You need a content strategy for this crisis.

  • The needs and wants of customers have shifted dramatically in the past two months, and companies that continue to move forward without adjusting will struggle for some time to come. Here are four ways B2B companies can provide helpful, impactful, and timely customer experiences during this crisis.