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As media channels become overcrowded with brand stories, the styles and skills marketers use to tell them becomes crucially important. Journalism-driven stories can cut through the noise.
Successful brand movements need to be built around a budding cultural idea. They should inspire people to take action and, most importantly, give people an identity they can adopt as their own.
From a lack of candor to ill-conceived job descriptions, we’ve identified several pervasive issues content marketers within large organizations face—and ways they can handily address them.
In working closely with (and within) several large clients on product marketing, we’ve been most effective when doing these six things. It all starts, of course, with the product.
To effectively collaborate, marketers and data scientists need a common language. Here are seven of the most important terms to know in our glossary of AI terms for marketing.
We paired a writer with a designer, and asked them to analyze, deconstruct, and rebuild the case study. Here’s what we found and what we recommend doing.
As martech gets more common and powerful, there’s an ongoing gap between what it can deliver and what companies are getting from it. Here's how that gap is related to the Don Drapers of the world.
Many small and midsize businesses, loathe to spend resources on projects that don’t have obvious and immediate benefits, disregard email marketing. But tools are making it easier and cheaper than ever for them to unlock tremendous value.
Data mining is increasingly effective and relevant to brands. But to customers and marketers alike, there are real dangers related to security and privacy to consider.