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  • You've invested time and money to implement creative and cost-effective ways to bring relevant traffic to your site. You've even collected reviews from customers. So what's still missing? Thoughtful product descriptions that convert.

  • What must marketers think about today to ensure they and their companies are performing better than ever 10 years from now? Here are five ways to future-proof your career and ensure your company's success.

  • If you're considering rebuilding your in-house marketing team and reducing your reliance on outside agencies, these are your first steps on the path to gaining more control.

  • Today, data is the most important ingredient for crafting truly personalized experiences, delighting customers, and delivering exceptional value. The marketer's dilemma in the age of data regulation is how to collect that data. Here's what we need to do.

  • Selecting a new website content management system (CMS) is often a significant challenge and investment. Too often, when the time has come for migration, enterprises fail to keep SEO in mind. The ramifications of that can be significant.

  • We've had it drummed into our heads that inbound leads are the Holy Grail of our marketing efforts. We've come to believe they are the quickest and most effective to convert. But is that really the case?

  • Content marketing helps you build an audience that enjoys your content, engages with it, and shares it with peers. The result: a strong content-led company that attracts new and repeat customers. How can you build an ardent customer base with content marketing?

  • In the new era of data privacy and more stringent privacy regulations, marketers need to turn away from third-party data. To build trust while maintaining personalization, marketers are turning to zero-party data. So... what is it, and how can you collect it?

  • Trade publications are inundated with references to, and hype for, artificial intelligence. Everywhere you look, AI is being touted as the answer--even to some questions we aren't asking. Marketing is not immune to this push for AI. Quite the opposite, actually. But is it warranted?

  • Because the online content landscape is so crowded, audiences value originality that engages them. One way savvy content marketers are responding is to create compelling interactive content. Here are 4 types of interactive content you can build.

  • The CRM market seems saturated. But that's all about quantity. Quality is another story: Only 1 in 5 CRMs receive 4-5 star ratings. Those low satisfaction rates suggest startup CRMs can be an alternative. Especially since they have an inherent edge (several, in fact) over large CRMs.

  • Price wars create a seemingly unsolvable dilemma: Match the competitor's price and risk losing profits, or ignore the competitor's price and risk losing revenues. Yet, based on a vital but universally neglected business principle, there is a powerful solution to winning—and preventing—price wars.

  • How is your loyalty program doing these days? If it isn't thriving, the four issues outlined in this article could be at fault. They're among the most common problems afflicting loyalty programs today.

  • Marketers know that people gravitate toward a brand they relate to, and they respond to marketing and advertising messages that in some way mirror their lives. But when consumers' views of themselves change, as they inevitably do these days, how can we respond?

  • Companies invest billions in data, analytics, and technology to better target and predict customer behavior. We are collecting more data than we know what to do with, so we think we no longer need qualitative research. Big mistake: We need to go beyond data to truly understand the customer.

  • A platform-heavy marketing tech stack—email solutions, social media tools, mobile marketing platforms, automation tools, and everything in between—creates a world of obstacles, including inevitable data disparities. Which will cost you.

  • A widely cited buzzword, "experiential marketing" is now recognized as the powerful tool it actually is—though the true definition, the reasons for its growth, and the secrets to its longevity are not quite as familiar.

  • No one can predict what the future holds for the agency-client relationship. But you can bet your bottom dollar that Marketing is moving closer to being in the boardroom. How can agencies and clients ensure they're prepared for the shift?

  • Investing in your team's skills and know-how can help improve your company's performance and create an impressive talent pool for future openings in your organization. Encourage professional development to reap the benefits of having loyal, motivated, and skilled employees.

  • For PR professionals and marketers in general, Valentine's Day is the perfect time to remember best-practices for showing the love to the press. Here are a handful of ways you can do that and build a mutually beneficial relationship.