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  • TikTok is full of flashy ads (and cute dog videos), but a large part of brand presence on the platform is B2C. So, is B2B TikTok even a thing? It certainly can be, if you plan ahead and do it right.

  • Are your PR and marketing departments butting heads? It happens. But as in every case, companies have greater success when the two departments work together. Check out four tips for uniting marketing and PR pros.

  • The trials of remote work and multiple meetings can make being productive more difficult than ever. Check out these four tips for increasing your productivity.

  • There's no better time than a looming recession to double-down on marketing to current customers. Get some techniques for doing so in this article.

  • Referrals from satisfied customers are a great source of new business. So how do you increase their numbers? Get ideas in this article.

  • A vital component of any marketing strategy is thinking about what the future might look like. In strategy parlance, that's called having industry foresight. But what does industry foresight mean—and how do you get such a view of—how can you forecast—the future of your market?

  • Implementing a data infrastructure can make the difference between planting a flag on a mountain of useless customer data and turning a smaller hill of data into actionable insights. The amount of data doesn't matter so much as what you do with it.

  • Women make great marketers. So why do so few of them own marketing agencies? This article presents possible ways to solve that problem.

  • Content marketing can be powerful, but there are so many ways to get it wrong, from missed opportunities to incorrect information. Watch for these five major stumbling blocks.

  • Foregoing a robust in-house marketing team and, instead, outsourcing various capabilities—called fractional marketing—is become more popular. Here's why.

  • It seems natural to move beyond ways of thinking that haven't worked. But business leaders also need to be able to let go of tactics that have worked in the past so they can start fresh in a new role.

  • In 2022, several technologies cemented their marketing viability. In 2023, we'll start to see those technologies live up to their potential, argues this article.

  • Before you invest in new content tools this year, try poking your salespeople for information and inspiration. Their conversations with prospects can hold the key to content that converts.

  • We've all heard it: AI is here, you need to use AI, incorporate AI into your business. But in the case of marketing, what exactly do you use it for? Here are practical applications for AI across four content types.

  • If you've been resisting adding podcasts to your B2B marketing strategy, 2023 is the year to change that. Podcasts are popular, they have a low barrier to entry, and they appeal to audiences you might not otherwise reach. Here's a guide to creating your own podcast.

  • In the midst of layoffs and economic uncertainty, what tactics will public relations firms turn to in the new year? Check out these five possibilities.

  • It's easy to audit your own first-party data. But what about data you purchase from a provider? Can you verify its quality? An independent audit can.

  • Web3 was all the rage in 2022, from crypto to the metaverse. But will the B2B world plunge deeper into such technologies in 2023? This article argues no.

  • Not many people talk about "going into the office" anymore because so many offices are at home. Marketers need to refine their targeting strategies accordingly—to reach beyond job-related channels and meet prospects as they engage in everyday activities.

  • Today's B2B buyers mostly want to be left alone to make their own decisions during their customer journey. Providing them with interactive content and product demos enables them to do just that.