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  • Email marketing gives you space for customization, direct communication, and easy tracking. But scaling and consistency are hard to achieve. Here are four ways to integrate AI into your email strategy without sacrificing a human touch and all the while achieving consistently better results.

  • If your ad measurement depends on third-party cookies, you'll be facing profound changes within less than two years, as Web browsers phase them out. But cookies have their drawbacks, and this article argues that marketers will be better off without them.

  • When you think about what an Agile Marketing team looks like, what comes to mind? Chances are, you imagine marketers who are fast, flexible, maybe even frenetic. But, especially in volatile times, Agile doesn't mean working feverishly.

  • Link-building is an indispensable part of B2B marketing. But what are the best ways to grow your site's backlink profile? This article will guide you through the most effective and sustainable link-building strategies.

  • Technology has allowed us to form connections and maintain strong business relationships even while we are unable to meet in person. But making contacts in the digital world is different. Use this article as a guide for how to adapt.

  • Some of the world's most successful people identify as introverts, which might seem counterintuitive. But they've adapted a strategy that can teach us a thing or two about successful networking. Here are four networking lessons we can learn from introverts.

  • Market research is an essential first step for launching any product or feature, but too many of us want to jump in and use our instincts instead of collecting the data we need to ensure success. Here are 10 tools that will make your research easier.

  • Your customers want you to provide personalized offers and experiences, but they also want you to respect their privacy and allow them more control over their data. That's why a preference-management strategy is so important. Here are four things marketers can do.

  • The quality of its customer experience can make or break a B2B company. To make sure your customers' experiences keeps them coming back for your products or services, follow these five steps.

  • There are more than a few myths about seemingly magical quick fixes for removing spam traps from your email subscriber list. Unfortunately, there's no magic bullet. Let's cover what a spam trap is, the purpose of those pesky email addresses, and how you can avoid them in the future.

  • B2B marketers are attaining tangible results with ABM, and most who haven't started using it yet are planning to. And why not? It works. But your decision-makers clearly expect strong ROI. To find and fill capability gaps and prove the value of your ABM efforts, you must be able to measure.

  • If you want your website to rank high in Google searches and attract visitors and potential business, you need to be investing in SEO. And because many businesses don't invest in SEO at all, even a small amount of optimization can put you ahead of the competition.

  • The love-hate relationship with our CRMs is real. They often fail to meet promises made during selection and implementation, and they can fall short of their potential to drive revenue. But we can't live without them. To get more out of your CRM implementation, ask and answer these two questions.

  • Chief marketing officers often find themselves defending the CMO role and its right to exist. It's time to actively assert the role's value by reframing CMOs as chief market officers. Here are 4 key areas to focus on when reasserting Marketing's place in the business.

  • B2B companies are increasingly relying on pay-per-click tactics to obtain leads. Here are six ways to ensure your company is getting the highest-quality leads from its PPC ad campaigns.

  • When your employees are working remotely, email and messaging apps are a natural fallback for internal communication. Find out what their limitations are and how to solve complex collaboration problems. Read more.

  • Don't let company disagreements get in the way of creative solutions. Use these conflict-solving tactics to improve both internal and external business relationships. Check out the article.

  • Triggered email—deployed when an individual takes an action or meets a condition defined by the sender—has been around since the early 2000s. Use the tips and tactics in this article to create more engaging, personal triggered emails with better engagement.

  • In the current climate, you can best support your brand and engage customers by integrating print and digital marketing efforts.

  • We're all familiar with the way influencing plays out in sponsored posts on YouTube and Instagram and various other social platforms, but it can also be a valuable strategy in the B2B world. Here's how to get it right for your company.