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  • WeWork started as a local coworking space, but it quickly grew to become a global force in other industries. What makes WeWork's growth so impressive compared with competitors', and what can its story teach you about how to grow your brand?

  • Want to future-proof your business for search—and more? Make sure you provide relevant, contextual answers to consumers' voice searches. Here's how.

  • Video is useful for more than just your marketing. Imagine using videos to make your hiring and onboarding processes more efficient. Here's how a video content management system can help you do that.

  • Great deal! Buy now!! But why should people buy from your brand over the competition? That's where your value proposition comes in. Here are five steps to test whether your value prop is helping you succeed—or fail.

  • Companies rarely seek direct input at high volumes about purchasing behavior and experiences from the people who know it best: current, happy customers and former, not-so-happy customers. But why oh why?! Nobody knows more about the value or broken promises of products or services than the people who buy them. Here's your very own Voice of the Customer starter kit. Open it up!

  • As a marketer, you've likely asked yourself or your team how you can best deliver value to your customers. Adopting an Agile marketing strategy might well be the best answer to that question.

  • What makes one brand succeed over other brands that sell the same or similar products? Gutsy brands make themselves stand out in ways their audiences relate to. Here's how to find and capitalize on your brand's gutsy qualities.

  • Design concepts can enhance your market research, and your marketing itself, helping you to communicate in your audience's language. That's especially the case when marketing to young women, but these four approaches can apply to any campaign.

  • The term "product-market fit" may not be familiar to some marketers, but it's fundamental to business growth. Here are five areas marketers should focus on to make sure their brand has the right product-market fit.

  • ABM is not a new strategy by any means, but more and more B2B marketers are embracing it, in part because they're dissatisfied with their current lead generation programs. But don't get tangled up in the hype; success relies on a careful approach.