As teams are becoming more dispersed, the tone of written business communication is becoming increasingly important, according to recent research from Grammarly.
When searching for content related to B2B vendors, senior leaders at enterprise tech companies say they are most concerned with whether the information will help them meet a specific goal, according to recent research.
Don't make basic content marketing blunders. Check out this list of gaffes that happen more often than they should.
Everyone has questions about whether, when, and how to use ChatGPT for marketing. Aside from the sense of wonder that tech is crafting sentences, what does it really bring to the table? One marketing department did some experimenting to find out.
Marketers and creatives say the top things that slow the creative process down are waiting for feedback and chasing down approvals, according to recent research.
The buzz about content creation is that AI is going to start doing it for us. That's not really the case—although it will certainly change the game, together with several other forms of tech that are influencing content growth.
There's not much value in a whitepaper if otherwise valuable information is hidden by bad design. Here are five things to avoid.
The firms that succeed the most with content marketing are much more likely to document their strategies, invest a greater share of budget in content, use paid channels for promotion, and measure ROI, according to recent research from Semrush.
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.
People increasingly want brand messaging to be motivational and reassuring, according to recent research from Attest.
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.
Although their influence is broadly felt, thought leaders aren't magical beings. They're just people—like you. Here are six ways regular people can increase their company's influence with thought leadership.
The amount of data used by marketers has grown exponentially in recent times. But data is only as good as what information you can derive from it. Enter data visualization.
Visual, interactive design is increasingly important for marketers looking to make the most of the moment. But asking designers what they think shouldn't be an afterthought—get them involved at the onset of campaign planning.
Less than a quarter of content and creative professionals say their organization's workflows are very efficient and that their approval processes are extensively organized, according to recent research from Canto and Ascend2.
How much do content marketers make in 2022? To find out, Managing Editor surveyed 305 content marketers, most of whom are based in the United States.
We've all seen them: videos that really should have had professional production value. The lighting is bad, there's a broom in the background, or a dog is barking off-screen. But what about when DIY video works fine? This article breaks down the differences.
Once the novelty of AI-generated content has worn off, is it really useful to your company? This article argues that it absolutely is, and you should adopt it sooner rather than later.
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