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    How to Convert Your Website Visitors to Engaged Leads

    Guest Post by Lead Generation Specialist Lauren  Johnson Content marketing drives free traffic to this website everyday. Michael Brenner posts new blog articles consistently 2-3 times per week and generates a couple thousand visitors every day – nearly a million page views every year. But what happens once Marketing Insider Group gets that traffic? How

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    Stop the Sales Drop: Marketing Shifts for Stronger Growth

    The late Jack Welch used to say: If the rate of change on the outside is greater and faster than the inside, then the end is near. Yet, many companies are waiting for “business” to resume as normal vs. shifting to thrive in the new environment. Could this be why I’m hearing about 50-80%+ sales

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  • The Top Graphic and Web Design Trends of 2021

    With each passing year, trends fade and new ones submerge into the world. This especially holds true within the digital landscape as well. Not only is it a new year, but we have entered a whole new decade. Since then, we have witnessed a lot of hit and miss trends in the digital era. For

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  • 4 Essential Graphic Design Trends For 2021

    Keeping up with what is popular in the graphic design world can almost feel like a full-time job. I mean every day there are thousands of amazing graphics published across the world. However, once you look at enough of those examples you start to see some patterns and tendencies. But you don’t have time for that.

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  • How to Make Your Content More Relevant with Original Research

    Gust post from by Denise Dubie  Everyone loves data. You see it on billboards, hear it on the radio, and read it anywhere there is content to consume. There is a reason for the data-everywhere reality: data gives content its credibility. SurveyMonkey was so confident that people preferred consuming content with data that it conducted a

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  • Perfecting Your Digital Call-To-Action (With Examples!)

    Update: This post was originally published in Oct, 2018. Let’s face it, a digital call-to-action is needed if you want your audience to take the next step. Traditional content can certainly have a call-to-action (and often does). However, a digital call-to-action is arguably the most important factor when it comes to your online messaging. Your social

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  • Marketing’s Role as a Revenue Engine: Lessons from the Front Line

    By John Nash, Chief Marketing Officer, RedPoint Global No business function is spared the impact from digital transformation’s widening use of data and analytics. Marketing, however, stands alone in terms of the breadth and depth of those impacts, both strategically and operationally. Technology advancements allow marketers to completely re-imagine how we engage with customers and

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  • Do You Take Quality Content for Granted?

    Content is core to any buying process, and it is marketing’s opportunity to create relationships with existing and potential customers. Content is everywhere, and in this digital age, that might cause some marketers to take good content for granted. Just because there is an abundance of content wherever a buyer looks, that doesn’t mean the

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  • Are Your Lead Conversion Rates Above Average?

    It is every company’s goal to get a good conversion on their leads, which is why companies employ metrics to monitor the effectiveness of their lead generation strategies. But is your companies numbers standing up to industry standards? Can your sales still stay ahead of your lead generation expenses? The important thing to monitor is

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  • Intent Data in Your Marketing Funnel: Challenges and Strategies

    Technology has changed the way consumers behave, requiring companies to overhaul their sales and marketing strategies. Clients and prospects do not only expect premium products and services, they expect an outstanding customer experience throughout the whole process. The role of marketing and sales are intertwined – their work is complimentary and leads to collective revenue

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