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The email marketing community on BrightTALK is made up of thousands of engaged email marketing professionals. Find relevant webinars and videos on email best practices to help you increase email conversions and drive email marketing ROI. Join expert speakers and email marketing peers sharing insights into building email lists, list segmentation, click-through rates and triggered campaigns.
  • While “content marketing” (the term) has been in vogue the past 2+ years, the discipline has existed for far longer. Many of us have been creating, publishing and sharing content with our target audience for years, all enabled by a Web CMS.

    Dennis Shiao manages content marketing for DNN. Join this webinar to learn how Dennis uses a CMS to fuel DNN’s content marketing. Topics covered include:

    - Permissions and workflow
    - Publishing
    - Analytics
    - Integration with content repositories
  • Establishing a trusted relationship with prospects is a challenge that all B2B marketing and sales teams face. Targeted, relevant interactions are crucial, and prospects expect vendors to provide insightful information and resources that truly addresses their specific pains and preferences.

    Salesforce Engage brings the power of Pardot to sales, arming them with the insight, information and tools they need to meaningfully connect with prospects. Join us in this 30-minute webinar where we will take a look at how Engage:

    - provides visibility into notable prospect interactions and decision-making action patterns to help sales better understand needs of buyer.
    - pulls marketing content and insights right into the tools reps are already using for effortless accessibility.
    - allows sales to easily track the success of—and improve upon—their own mini campaigns to more effectively engage.
  • Customer advocacy is great when you can get it, but getting it is usually ad hoc. With new technology available, savvy customer marketers are realizing that there are ways to scale customer advocacy and harness it for demand generation.

    Bob Peterson, Research Director for Customer Advocacy at Sirius Decisions will discuss the drivers behind investment in customer advocacy and Trisha Winter, CMO of Amplifinity will share examples of how Customer Marketing can get started.
  • Date and time: July 15, 2015; 10 am PST/1 pm EST

    Analyst: Andrew Jones, VentureBeat
    Panel of Experts:
    Greg Petro, Chief Executive Officer, First Insight
    Rich Lesperance, VP Digital Marketing and CRM, GrubHub

    Sponsored by Autopilot

    Abstract:

    Personalization is critical to the success of your business model. Many of the most innovative and beloved companies in recent history -- think Facebook, Amazon, Google, Netflix, Pandora, Spotify and Hulu, just to name a few -- have transformed customer expectations and disrupted their individual industries. Now customers expect it. It increases clicks, open rates and conversions -- usually by pretty substantial margins. But -- how do you DO it?

    The process is different at every step of the customer journey and there's a lot that goes into personalization. What's more, there's a lot more ways to reach your customers than ever. Personalizing display ads is very different from personalizing emails or a mobile app experience. The data, content, and delivery mechanisms necessary to personalize those messages changes -- and so should your strategy.

    We're taking a holistic look at the art of personalization -- from customer expectations to ROI. We'll show you a new way of looking at identity -- from both the customer's behavior to predicting their behaviors.

    In this webinar, you'll:

    * Learn how to collect data that helps visualize the customer's journey
    * Get tips on one of the biggest challenges to increasing the ROI of marketing automation
    * Access the theory of identity enrichment
    * Gain insight into best practices for personalization in different channels

    Register for this webinar today and get started doing personalization right!
  • Ever wonder how we use our own products?

    At Pardot, we’ve used our own marketing automation solution to build our business as we’ve grown from a small start-up to a part of a Fortune 500 company. Now, Pardot is changing the way that other areas of Salesforce do business as well.

    Hear straight from the experts in this 40-minute webinar on how Salesforce uses Pardot. We’ll have representatives from Pardot, Desk.com, and Salesforce Foundation to share insights on:

    - how Pardot powers their day-to-day marketing and sales processes
    - specific challenges that Pardot has helped them overcome
    - the killer results they’ve seen with marketing automation

    Speakers:
    - Ryan Johnston, Demand Generation Manager - Pardot
    - Ginny McSwine, Campaigns Manager - Salesforce Foundation
    - Tracy Foster, Sr. Manager, Marketing Automation & Email - Desk.com
  • B2B marketing and sales teams are on a constant quest to improve upon their revenue-generating efforts, and the tasks involved — seeking out new business, creating a seamless buyer experience, building and tracking campaign efforts — all require significant time and effort.

    What if there was a way marketers and sales teams could save time and effort and increase revenue generation at the same time?

    Enter, your technology toolbox. With Pardot marketing automation, marketing and sales teams can maximize campaign efforts, boost productivity, and shorten sales cycles — yielding consequential benefits both marketing and sales teams. Join us for a quick 40-minute look at how Pardot can:

    - help generate new business
    - identify quality leads for quick conversion
    - create a faster, smoother buyer’s experience
    - prove real results

    Also, hear from one of Pardot's incredible clients as they share how using Pardot has their benefited their teams and business!
  • Join Lattice for a guided tour of the marketing tech stack that powers Acquia's demand gen engine.

    In recent years, B2B marketers have been confronted with a barrage of new technologies and systems aimed at making them more productive, efficient and successful. But which technology investments are worth making and what do you need to know before adding new systems to your technology stack?

    Show Me Your Stack (#MKTGstack) is an ongoing webinar series featuring a roster of forward-thinking B2B marketers that provides a glimpse into the marketing infrastructure that powers their demand gen engines and serves as the critical backbone to their business.

    Everything from CRM and marketing automation to content management, business intelligence and analytics systems will be covered – basically, anything in the stack!

    Each episode features a different marketer who will walk you through their marketing tech stack, share their goals and explain how their teams are structured. Don’t miss this rare chance to see how the best in the business invest in and use marketing technology.
  • Join us on 29th July for a webinar looking at how to make the most of your entry into the Masters of Marketing. Covering the entry process, what to include, some ideas to help capture the judges attention, as well as some hints and tips to help you showcase your work in the best possible light.
  • For today’s digitally demanding customer, a rich, personalized customer
    experience is quite simply the cost of doing business. It is no longer a differentiator, but the standard. It is a journey defined by the customer, who is setting a new pace in an intensely personal race that, in their mind, only involves one runner. This leaves leading marketers to question where and how the next great evolution will happen…and whether their organizations are set up to leap ahead of the curve. Are they set up to thrive, or will they become irrelevant and eventually obsolete?

    Agility becomes a key denominator in this new marketing equation. With customer knowledge dispersed across systems of records, insights, interactions and an array of new sources of data, organizations need the business agility to be able to leverage insight from these disparate sources of information. This also requires the ability for the entire customer experience to be optimized—not just the deployment of campaigns—so that opportunities can be captured faster in order to beat out rivals also looking to connect through revitalized customer experience strategies.

    We will be joined by Pitney Bowes’ Jeff Goldberg, Product Marketing Lead for Customer Information Management, who will share an expert perspective around creation of a digital marketing record for increasing conversion rates and improving marketing communications overall.
  • Join Lattice for a guided tour of the marketing tech stack that powers Hootsuite's demand gen engine.

    In recent years, B2B marketers have been confronted with a barrage of new technologies and systems aimed at making them more productive, efficient and successful. But which technology investments are worth making and what do you need to know before adding new systems to your technology stack?

    Show Me Your Stack (#MKTGstack) is an ongoing webinar series featuring a roster of forward-thinking B2B marketers that provides a glimpse into the marketing infrastructure that powers their demand gen engines and serves as the critical backbone to their business.

    Everything from CRM and marketing automation to content management, business intelligence and analytics systems will be covered – basically, anything in the stack!

    Each episode features a different marketer who will walk you through their marketing tech stack, share their goals and explain how their teams are structured. Don’t miss this rare chance to see how the best in the business invest in and use marketing technology.

    About Shantel Shave:

    Shantel Shave is the Director of Demand Generation at Hootsuite, the world's most widely used social relationship platform. Prior to Hootsuite, she built successful B2B marketing technology stacks at Colligo Networks, ActiveState, and Sophos.
  • After this webinar with Danny Ashton, Founder of NeoMan Studios, you will understand:
    -) Why the human brain is wired for certain content ideas and how you can use this to you advantage.
    -) What brain tricks you can use to get journalists to take notice of your content.
    -)Where you can test and tweak your content before reaching out to journalists.
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    Speakers: Stewart Rogers, VB Insight Analyst; VentureBeat
    Preeti Kelapure; Marketing Manager; Glassdoor
    More to be announced

    Sponsored by Autopilot


    This webinar will be based on Stewart Rogers’ VB Insight report, which will be published in July 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access Stewart's report on personalization, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • Data storytelling is more important than ever to help you win over your audience. In this webinar, I'll cover why communicating with data is a mandatory marketing skill, how to mobilize your team to find interesting data, and how to make your data story engaging for your audience.
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!


    Check out VB Insight to access Stewart's Marketing Technology report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • Chief marketing officers are being challenged to fortify their positions, expand authority and assert ownership of critical leadership roles in their organizations. They are surrounded by title inflation in the C-suite with multiplying turfs and sub-divisions of responsibility, including “chiefs” of revenue, digital, data, customer experience, relationships, insights and innovation. In many organizations, marketing still struggles for legitimacy and credibility.

    While the appointment of a CMO sends the right signal, the credentials, character and capability of this emerging C-level executive member are of critical importance to internal acceptance and permanency. A true CMO must be the CEO-in-waiting, groomed in all aspects of the business and a true leader and value-setter for the organization. Many CMOs aspire to this role, but few make it to the corner office and even less serve on corporate boards. As the realities and requirements for a CMO are reflected in the selection and appointment process, this is likely to change.

    Today’s increasingly complex, distributed and digitally driven marketing ecosystem is putting pressure on global marketers to better integrate and manage data, best of breed solutions, creative resources, brand assets and go-to-market functions. While digital marketing complexity is enormous—providing most CMOs with major transformation challenges—many are thriving on new customer insights and campaign measurement tools that make a strong case for marketing value, spend and sales pipeline contributions. They are collaborating at unprecedented levels with CFOs, CIOs and COOs, as well as establishing themselves as market experts, customer experience architects, and well-informed global strategists.

    Further webcast details to be announced.
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    This webinar will be based on Andrew Jones' ID Unification report, which will be published in July, 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access Andrew's ID Unification report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • A case study on how Basware has combined content management, marketing automation and demand generation disciplines in the early stages of the buying cycle to increase engagement via personalised content, generate more quality leads and drive sales pipeline.
  • Chief marketing officers are being challenged to fortify their positions, expand authority and assert ownership of critical leadership roles in their organizations. They are surrounded by title inflation in the C-suite with multiplying turfs and sub-divisions of responsibility, including “chiefs” of revenue, digital, data, customer experience, relationships, insights and innovation. In many organizations, marketing still struggles for legitimacy and credibility.

    While the appointment of a CMO sends the right signal, the credentials, character and capability of this emerging C-level executive member are of critical importance to internal acceptance and permanency. A true CMO must be the CEO-in-waiting, groomed in all aspects of the business and a true leader and value-setter for the organization. Many CMOs aspire to this role, but few make it to the corner office and even less serve on corporate boards. As the realities and requirements for a CMO are reflected in the selection and appointment process, this is likely to change.

    Today’s increasingly complex, distributed and digitally driven marketing ecosystem is putting pressure on global marketers to better integrate and manage data, best of breed solutions, creative resources, brand assets and go-to-market functions. While digital marketing complexity is enormous—providing most CMOs with major transformation challenges—many are thriving on new customer insights and campaign measurement tools that make a strong case for marketing value, spend and sales pipeline contributions. They are collaborating at unprecedented levels with CFOs, CIOs and COOs, as well as establishing themselves as market experts, customer experience architects, and well-informed global strategists.

    Further webcast details to be announced.
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    This webinar will be based on John Koetsier’s VB Insight report, which will be published in September, 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access John's Campaign Management report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    This webinar will be based on Andrew Jones' VB Insight report, which will be published in September, 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access Andrew's report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    This webinar will be based on Stewart Rogers' VB Insight report, which will be published in September, 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access Stewart's Lead Generation report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • Chief marketing officers are being challenged to fortify their positions, expand authority and assert ownership of critical leadership roles in their organizations. They are surrounded by title inflation in the C-suite with multiplying turfs and sub-divisions of responsibility, including “chiefs” of revenue, digital, data, customer experience, relationships, insights and innovation. In many organizations, marketing still struggles for legitimacy and credibility.

    While the appointment of a CMO sends the right signal, the credentials, character and capability of this emerging C-level executive member are of critical importance to internal acceptance and permanency. A true CMO must be the CEO-in-waiting, groomed in all aspects of the business and a true leader and value-setter for the organization. Many CMOs aspire to this role, but few make it to the corner office and even less serve on corporate boards. As the realities and requirements for a CMO are reflected in the selection and appointment process, this is likely to change.

    Today’s increasingly complex, distributed and digitally driven marketing ecosystem is putting pressure on global marketers to better integrate and manage data, best of breed solutions, creative resources, brand assets and go-to-market functions. While digital marketing complexity is enormous—providing most CMOs with major transformation challenges—many are thriving on new customer insights and campaign measurement tools that make a strong case for marketing value, spend and sales pipeline contributions. They are collaborating at unprecedented levels with CFOs, CIOs and COOs, as well as establishing themselves as market experts, customer experience architects, and well-informed global strategists.

    Further webcast details to be announced.
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    This webinar will be based on Stewart Rogers’ VB Insight report, which will be published in October, 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access Stewart's Marketing Technology report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com
  • Date & Time are TBD and are subject to change.

    Abstract: Stay tuned for more details!

    This webinar will be based on Stewart Rogers' VB Insight report, which will be published in November, 2015.

    Check out VB Insight to access Stewart's 2016 Martech Forecast report, and to access the latest research on Marketing Technology: http://insight.venturebeat.com