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  • There is a true golden ticket of marketing. With it, you can create effective, targeted communication that helps build lasting relationships with current customers and allows you to reach ideal customers in larger numbers. It can help you pave a path to strategic results.

  • Half of all searches on search engines no longer result in a click on an organic search result. And no wonder: there's barely any room on the first page of engine results. Sometimes, the "top" organic result actually ends up at the bottom of the page. Here's how marketers can adapt.

  • To be creative is to try imaginative, innovative things. To be data-driven is to go with what works, based on the numbers; it's a safer bet. As a result, marketers have been transformed from a creative brain force into a hands-on-keyboard labor force. But there is hope for creativity's resurrection.

  • Marketers create content to capture buyers' attention and move them to buy. But without "compelling reason to buy" messaging, potential buyers are left guessing about what your product does and how it can help them. Here's how to craft compelling, convincing messages.

  • As marketers scramble to refocus their strategy now that live events are canceled or postponed, it's a struggle to get budgets approved for ideas that will result in ROI similar to events'. Here's how to get buy-in and approval to fill the void created by the pandemic.

  • No matter how much value you provide, some customers will drift away. But if you put in some effort, you can create an offboarding process that leaves a positive impression and keeps the door open for future business. Here's what you need to know.

  • Is your organization trapped by history? Surprisingly, most companies are more shaped by their history than designed to respond to today's or tomorrow's opportunities and challenges. This problem influences virtually every aspect of a company's structure and its managers' behavior.

  • Google Ads (the erstwhile AdWords) has become far more intuitive and easy to use than in years past. But despite a simplified interface, greater data transparency, and more features, it still has its share of nuances and complexities. These 5 tips will help you become a better PPC advertiser.

  • Paid search remains a key digital advertising strategy for gaining customers, and Google is the dominant player, but companies are now looking to diversify their search ad spend to decrease their dependence—and instead use platforms that offer more cost-effective conversions.

  • "Content operations" refers to everything that helps content marketing efforts run smoothly and drive impact for a business. That includes people, technology, and processes. Marketing needs well-oiled content operations, including these five essential elements.

  • As marketers, we have to be able to share relevant content at the right points throughout the customer journey, and we have to do it at scale. The martech we use to do that should serve not just us but also the people with whom we are trying to connect.

  • You can come up with a marketing strategy that impresses the C-suite, but if you don't have the right people to execute it, your hard work will have been wasted. So how do you attract and keep great marketers who work at their full potential? A people strategy.

  • Accumulating content on your website without a content strategy hampers SEO instead of boosting it. A content audit can help you formulate a plan of action to align your content with your long-term strategy. Here's how to conduct an effective audit of your content.

  • To capture leads via your content, you need to provide value and engage your audience. That's where interactive content comes in—from quizzes to contests and giveaways. Here are five excellent tools you can use to create interactive content and capture leads.

  • As the world faces the global coronavirus pandemic, B2B CMOs face a critical problem: Reaching and persuading buyers will be extremely difficult for the foreseeable future. So, what's to be done?

  • Search is often the first, and sometimes only, channel that customers can use to tell you what they want from you. It can also be an opportunity to build credibility, engagement, and loyalty. As you "listen" to customers' searches, you'll want to ask (and answer) these six questions.

  • You're not alone in thinking industry trends move at the speed of light. Which is why you need to be keenly aware of industry trends—while remaining agile to deal with the unexpected. So what's truly affecting the SEO industry today? Experts from Moz answer that question.

  • Five rules form the cornerstone of an effective customer management program in a time of supply disruption. If you get it right, the upside is enormous. If you get it wrong, you will suffer consequences for years to come.

  • Constantly expanding customer touchpoints and cross-border commerce make the optimization of product listings and data difficult—but no longer optional. Product experience management can help you meet the needs of customers in today's marketplace.

  • You're used to finding marketing know-how and strategy in this space. So the tone and format of this article/letter probably feels a little different to you today. That's because these are unprecedented times. This is NOT business as usual.