Zooming in–The magic of looking more closely

Too often, we take what we are offered at face value. The zoom setting is determined by someone else, and in our rush to get onto the next thing, we fail to discover what is going on within.

The act of zooming (actually or metaphorically) is a modern thrill, the opportunity to see what was there as we move closer to what is there. Suddenly, new levels reveal themselves to us, and we begin to see the mechanisms that are hidden from us at first glance.

My hunch is that once a medical student has understood what makes us tick, people don’t look quite the same anymore. And once you understand how the banking system works, a credit card offer feels a bit different as well.

If you want a cool example of how this works, click on this photo of 84 million stars, a composite of photos shot by a telescope in Chile. The ESO telescope is capable of putting together a 9 billion pixel image.

But once you click once, you can zoom, again and again and again. Those repeated clicks reminded me of just how vast the galaxy is, more than I ever could have learned from a single picture. It turns out that this vastness is repeated in every system in our lives. If we only care enough to zoom.

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Cars, houses and TVs

Compare 1960 to today:

Cars are a bit faster, a bit safer, higher in quality and a lot more expensive.

Houses are much bigger, a bit more efficient and enormously more expensive.

TVs on the other hand, are dramatically bigger, dramatically more efficient, dramatically more powerful, significantly more reliable and way cheaper. For $300, you can buy a 49 inch TV that would have cost a million dollars in 1960.

What happened?

Cars, with the exception of new electric drivetrains, are basically the same thing they were, except designed with computers and assembled by robots.

Houses, with the exception of some prefab edge cases, are still assembled by hand, on location, by skilled workers. And they went up in scale because real estate prices and income inequality went up even more.

But TVs–they made a leap. A leap from analog to digital, a leap from tubes to solid-state. Moore’s Law is at work on your television, but it’s been largely shut out of the two largest purchases most people make.

When you see computers and networks show up in an industry, it’s easy to predict what will happen next.

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Break Free B2B Series: Margaret Magnarelli on the Psychology of Trust for Better Content Marketing

Break Free B2B Interview with Margaret Magnarelli

Break Free B2B Interview with Margaret Magnarelli Trust in marketing—how to build it and how to wield it for good—needs to be top of mind for every modern marketer. Why? Because nearly every decision people make, especially when it comes to purchasing decisions, has an element of trust built in. And content marketers have the opportunity to become trusty guides. “No one knows everything about everything,” Margaret Magnarelli, Executive Director of Digital Product Evolution and Growth Marketing at Morgan Stanley, shared with us in a recent Break Free B2B interview. “So, we have to be able to give our customers as much information as we can… and take them as close to the line of purchase—to the experience of purchase—as we can.” According to Margaret, understanding and leveraging the psychology of trust—the intellectual and emotional factors that guide our trust instincts—can be incredibly powerful. But building trust isn’t a solo marketing department endeavor (or ploy). “If you want to be a trustworthy company… it can’t be just a marketing philosophy. It has to be a business philosophy," she said. “People can see through fake attempts to build trust. So, I would caution brands away from being all things to all people.” [bctt tweet="If you want to be a trustworthy company… it can’t be just a marketing philosophy. It has to be a business philosophy. @mmagnarelli #BreakFreeB2B #TrustInMarketing" username="toprank"] From the four “trust factors” to engaging the C-suite around trust to key metrics, listen into Margaret’s full audio interview with TopRank Marketing President Susan Misukanis below.

Break Free B2B Interview with Margaret Magnarelli

If you’re interested in checking out a particular portion of the discussion, you can find a quick general outline below, as well as a few excerpts that stood out to us.
  • 1:10 – Why marketers need to car about building trust
  • 2:50 – Four factors of trust
  • 5:20 – Trust as a corporate value
  • 7:12 – Where marketers can make a difference in building trust with consumers
  • 9:40 – Maintaining authenticity while tailoring messages to audience “weaknesses”
  • 10:57 – Building brand intimacy with consistency
  • 13:20 – The bottom-line impact of “trust incidents”
  • 15:16 – Engaging the C-suite around trust
  • 19:20 – Measuring and monitoring brand trust
  • 20:30 – Intertwining trust messaging in current content marketing projects
  • 22:18 – Building trust under pressure to drive results
  • 23:15 – The state of trust in marketing in 3 to 5 years
  • 24:57 – How marketers can break free
Sue: How are we providing prospective customers the information they need to bring them as close to the line of purchase as possible? How does trust factor in? Margaret: ... Trust comes out of two different parts of our brain. There's the cognitive part of trust that comes out of logic and proof points and data. And then there's the intuitive part of trust that comes out of our feelings and our intuition or heart. And interestingly enough, some of the research that has been done by marketing academics, has shown that [when there’s a] higher price point for a purchase, the more that process becomes intuitive rather than cognitive.  [bctt tweet="Trust comes out of two different parts of our brain. There’s the cognitive part that comes out of logic, proof points, and data. And there’s the intuitive part that comes out of our feelings, intuition, or heart. @mmagnarelli #BreakFreeB2B " username="toprank"] In any case, there are four major themes and factors into the trust analysis that we do. And they are benevolence, capability, authenticity and honesty So, benevolence: We want to know… does this person have our best interests at heart? Capability: Can they actually do the things that they say they can do? Authenticity: Are they real and genuine? And honesty: Are they truthful and transparent and what they're doing? And so using these four factors, and making sure that we are telling our stories with that framework in mind can really help us to establish trust with consumers. Sue: Where do you think the gaps are in terms of getting to that trust utopia? Margaret: I think that part of it comes from people's initial perspectives on trust. There's one thing that we can't really overcome as brands and that's people's trust disposition.  So, if you look at the psychological research—with Erik Erikson, the developmental psychologist—the first phase of development is earning trust. It's the first task of the ego, he has said. And, and what, what that means is that we learn whether or not to be trusting individuals in those first 18 months of life because as babies if you're crying, are your needs being met? Is someone coming to feed you or put you in bed or hold you? If you are not in a household that has that level of responsiveness and care, you might actually have a very low trust disposition— meaning that you are disinclined to trust, versus someone who was in a household that was very responsive to that and they have a high trust responsiveness.  Now that is something that our consumers all come to us with... it's their personal history, and we have no ability to change that right. So where we have the ability to change things is in those four factors that that I was talking about—the capability benevolence, authenticity and honesty… The things that we could do more of as content marketers is, I think, the capability aspect… Making sure that we are not just telling people that we do with thing, but like really showing them…  So how can we actually in video form or even in text form, like really prove to the people that our products work? And I think that also comes out of using third party validation where we can… It's hard for consumers to just believe a brand when they say they can do a thing. So if you have other people who say you can do a thing and you can do it well, and they can be your advocates, that's really powerful. So that's another area that I think that we really have the ability as brands to continue to leverage… Looking for our customers to help be our advocates, and looking for those outside proof points, and sharing those with our audiences so that they can understand how things work. [bctt tweet="It’s hard for consumers to just believe a brand when they say they can do a thing... That’s where third party validation can be really powerful. @mmagnarelli #BreakFreeB2B" username="toprank"] Sue: You talk about “trust incidents”—Can you share a little bit about that? Margaret: The main reasons that people lose trust with brands or what you would expect. So the primary one is poor product experience, like someone has not achieved the goal that they were looking to achieve with the product, or the product and didn't deliver in some other way, or felt they felt negative after the product experience. The second one is poor customer experience. But then some of the other reasons that people lose trust are again, things that you would probably expect, things like security breaches, leadership scandals, and that sort of thing… When something happens on a mass scale, like a leadership scandal or a security breach, companies really suffer the data shows that they suffer. I think it was an average 5% loss in revenue growth for the year that the trust incident happened; I believe that Accenture did that study. Stay tuned to the TopRank Marketing Blog and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Break Free B2B interviews. Here are a few interviews to whet your appetite: If you’re hungry for more insight and advice on the state of trust in marketing, check out our Trust Factors series:

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The BIGLIST of 50 Top B2B Marketing Conferences in 2020

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B2B Marketing Conferences Marketing conferences offer a wealth of benefits to marketers looking to learn, network, and increase brand awareness, but how do you go about finding events that match your business and B2B marketing needs? Over the past decade the number of conferences has skyrocketed, making it harder than ever to hone in on the ones that can best help build your business, boost your networking opportunities, and offer the most relevant new industry education from top speakers, especially when it comes to B2B marketing. For 2020 we've gathered together no fewer than 50 events that place an emphasis on B2B marketing in all its facets, and we're thrilled to present the list here, in chronological order. [bctt tweet="“There really is no substitute for real-world interactions and creating a great experience for your customers or prospects.” @LeeOdden" username="toprank"] Now let's dig in and explore our collection of 50 top B2B marketing-related conferences and events for 2020.

50 Top B2B Marketing Events in 2020

AdExchanger Industry Preview — #IP2020 When: January 28-29, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: MarTech About: AdExchanger Industry Preview is an annual global forum for marketing technology, featuring two days focused on what to expect in MarTech this year, with featured speakers from Google, Amazon, Forrester, and Oracle. SMX West — #SMX When: February 19-20, 2020 Where: San Jose, CA. Theme: Search Marketing About: Search Marketing Expo West focuses on search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM), with a well-rounded variety of digital commerce marketing sessions, featuring speakers from Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, and Quora. The Gathering Marketing Summit — #TheGatheringSummit When: February 19-21, 2020 Where: Banff, Canada Theme: Creating Cult-Like Branding About: The Gathering Marketing Summit explores how some of the bravest brands deliver marketing, build culture and connect with customers in ways that don't just get them to buy, but to buy in, featuring leading speakers from Spotify, ESPN, GoDaddy, Coca-Cola, and Airbnb. B2B Marketing Exchange — #B2BMX When: February 24-26, 2020 Where: Scottsdale, AZ. Theme: B2B Sales and Marketing About: B2B Marketing Exchange focuses on B2B sales and marketing tactics and technologies with sessions covering content marketing, demand generation, sales enablement and more, with leading industry speakers including our CEO Lee Odden, Brian Fanzo, Tamsen Webster, Pam Didner and others from SAP, Oracle, and Cisco. Social Media Marketing World — #SMMW20 When: March 1-3, 2020 Where: San Diego, CA. Theme: Social Media About: Social Media Marketing World offers marketers a deep-dive into social media marketing focusing on new ideas and quality networking opportunities, including presenters from Microsoft, Vimeo, and Best Buy. Challenger Brands Summit 2020 by Adweek — #Adweek When: March 4-5, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: Brand Marketing About: Challenger Brands Summit is Adweek's second-annual conference offering two days of brand discovery and learning covering 12 major topics that impact the brand ecosystem, with top speakers from Uber, NFL, Puma, and Zagat. The ABM Innovation Summit — #ABMSummit When: March 17-18, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA. Theme: Account-Based Marketing (ABM) About: The ABM Innovation Summit explores account-based marketing's role in B2B marketing and sales, with an eye towards the future. Top speakers from firms including SAP, Salesforce, and Uberflip are scheduled to present. SaaStr Annual 2020 — #SaaStr When: March 10-12, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA Theme: Software as a Service (SaaS) About: SaaStr Annual 2020 offers a cloud-focused business event bringing together B2B founders, executives and investors for the largest non-vendor SaaS conference, including speakers from Adobe, Slack, Google Cloud, and Intuit. Modern Business Experience — #ModernCX When: March 23-26, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: Oracle Customer Experience About: Oracle's Modern Business Experience event is focused on customer experience (CX) for marketing, commerce, sales, and service professionals, including top speakers from Oracle, Deloitte Digital, The New York Times, and the Chicago Bulls. Pubcon Florida — #Pubcon When: March 24-26, 2020 Where: Fort Lauderdale, FL. Theme: Search & Social About: Pubcon Florida explores search and social marketing with a wide variety of subject tracks, and includes a training day where our CEO Lee Odden will present. Other speakers include Gary Illyes from Google, Jesse McDonald from IBM and Nagu Rangan from Microsoft. SearchLove 2020 — #SearchLove When: March 26-27, 2020 Where: San Diego, CA. Theme: Search Marketing About: SearchLove provides a multi-day event focusing on search marketing for in-house and agency search engine optimizers, business owners, marketing managers and more. Scheduled to present are speakers including Mike King, Will Critchlow, Cyrus Shepard and Wil Reynolds. Adobe Summit / Magento Imagine — #AdobeSummit When: March 29-April 2, 2020 Where: Las Vegas, NV. Theme: Digital Experience About: Adobe Summit and Magento Imagine at Adobe Summit explore re-imagining customer experiences with leaders in marketing automation, advertising, commerce and analytics, and feature speakers from Microsoft, Intuit, Best Buy and many others. LeadsCon 2020 — #LeadsCon2020 When: March 30-April 1, 2020 Where: Las Vegas, NV. Theme: Lead Generation About: As its name implies, LeadsCon 2020 focuses on the lead generation side of business marketing, and features speakers from SAP, Google, and Microsoft Advertising. Digital Sales & Marketing World 2020 — #DSMW2020 When: April 5-7, 2020 Where: Hartford, CT. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: Digital Sales & Marketing World provides a focus on aligning sales, marketing and leadership for digital success, and features top speakers from MarketingProfs, Vidyard and others. CXL Live — #CXLLive When: April 5-7, 2020 Where: Austin, TX. Theme: Optimization & Experimentation About: CXL Live explores the best in optimization and experimentation for driving organizational growth, and features speakers from Mailchimp, Netflix, Airbnb, and Hilton. Martech West — #MarTechConf When: April 15-17, 2020 Where: San Jose, CA. Theme: MarTech About: Martech West focuses on actionable tactics in marketing technology to solve marketing problems, with speakers from Twitter, Wells Fargo, Thomson Reuters, Salesforce, and Verizon Business Group. Content Marketing Conference — #CMC20 When: April 21-23, 2020 Where: Boston, MA. Theme: Content Marketing About: Content Marketing Conference offers marketers actionable content marketing tools and tactics to humanize your brand, with top speakers including our CEO Lee Odden, as well as Ann Handley, Andrew Davis, AJ Wilcox, and Dennis Yu. B2B Online — #B2BOnline When: April 20-22, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: eCommerce About: B2B Online is a leading digital B2B marketing conference for manufacturers and distributors, offering speakers from LG Electronics, Office Depot, and Unilever. ContentTECH Summit — #ContentTECH When: April 20-22, 2020 Where: San Diego, CA. Theme: MarTech About: Offer a focus on content, technology and  strategy specifically for enterprise marketers, ContentTECH Summit features top presenters including our CEO Lee Odden and others from Microsoft, AWeber, NewsCred and Forrester. TOPO Summit — #TOPOSummit When: April 23-24, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: TOPO Summit brings together marketing strategy and technology for professionals in sales and marketing, and features speakers from Cisco, AutoDesk and Gigster. Sirius Decisions 2020 Summit — #SDsummit When: May 3-6, 2020 Where: Austin, TX. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: Sirius Decisions Summit enables B2B sales, marketing and product leaders to learn how to drive growth and energize their business, and features speakers from top industry speakers to be announced. C3 Conference — #C3NY When: May 12-13, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: Brand Marketing About: Conductor's C3 conference embodies professional marketers who connect, collaborate, and commit, and features top speakers including Ann Handley, Rand Fishkin and Aleyda Solis. ANA Masters of B2B Marketing Conference — #ANAmasters When: May 12-14, 2020 Where: Scottsdale, AZ. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: The Association of National Advertisers's ANA Masters of B2B Marketing Conference is all B2B, all the time, offering the latest B2B marketing insight by leading speakers from SAP, Visa, Intel, and Microsoft. Incite Marketing Summit West — #InciteGroup When: May 14-15, 2020 Where: San Diego, CA. Theme: Marketing About: Incite Marketing Summit West examines the future of marketing through the lens of authentic engagement on a personal level, augmented by purpose-driven data-backed marketing, and featuring speakers from LinkedIn, Intel, and SurveyMonkey. ITSMA Marketing Leadership Forum 2020 — #IMSMA When: May 19-20, 2020 Where: Napa, CA. Theme: Marketing Leadership About: The Information Technology Services Marketing Association (ITSMA) Marketing Leadership Forum 2020 conference explores how B2B marketers can transform to thrive in our connected economy, and features speakers from Oracle, Deloitte, Cisco, and VMware. Influencer Marketing Show — #IMSNYC20 When: May 20, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: Influencer Marketing About: Influencer Marketing Show focuses on the future of influencer marketing for brands, to ensure they navigate their way through the planning, execution, and measurement of smart influencer campaigns. An impressive roster of speakers to be announced. B2B Marketing Ignite USA — #IgniteB2B When: May 27-28, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: Marketing About: B2B Marketing Ignite takes its popular London B2B marketing event to the U.S., focusing on fresh and inspiring thinking and featuring leading speakers including our CEO Lee Odden as well as Joel Harrison, Ruth Stevens, and Doug Kessler plus presenters from Oracle, SAP, Dow Jones, IBM Systems, and Citrix. Email Innovations Summit — #EISConf When: June 1-3, 2020 Where: Las Vegas, NV. Theme: Email Marketing About: As its name implies, the Email Innovations Summit focuses on the email aspects of marketing, discussing the cutting edge of email marketing trends and featuring top speakers from leading firms to be announced. Growth Hackers 2020 — #GHConf20 When: June 4, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: Growth Hackers 2020 explores the next generation of growth tactics and the leaders building those tactics, featuring top speakers from IBM, Wish, and Worthix. SMX Advanced 2020 — #SMX When: June 8-10, 2020 Where: Seattle, WA. Theme: Search & Social About: SMX Advanced offers an in-depth look at the advanced tactical side of search and social media marketing, and features an array of speakers to be announced. DigiMarCon Midwest — #DigiMarCon When: June 17-18, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: The DigiMarCon Midwest digital marketing conference offers up emerging strategies, the latest innovative technologies, and best practices to move your business to the next level, featuring top speakers to be announced. SaaStock North America — #SaaStock When: June 22-24, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA. Theme: Software as a Service (SaaS) About: The SaaStock North America event focuses on the B2B side of  Software as a Service for founders and executives, and features leading speakers from SurveyMonkey, Emergence Capital, and Xactly. MozCon — #MozCon When: July 6-8, 2020 Where: Seattle, WA. Theme: Search & Social About: MozCon explores search marketing with tactical advice from industry-leading practitioners including Britney Muller, Cyrus Shepard, Dr. Pete Meyers, and Ross Simmonds. Marketing Artificial Intelligence Conference — #MAICON When: July 14-16, 2020 Where: Cleveland, OH. Theme: Artificial Intelligence About: The Marketing Artificial Intelligence Conference focuses on digital marketers using artificial intelligence to make better business marketing decisions, and features an array of top speakers to be announced. CONEX – The Content Experience — #CONEX When: August 20-23, 2020 Where: Toronto, Canada Theme: Customer Experience About: At CONEX – The Content Experience, professionals from digital marketing, demand generation, and content marketing explore the content experience, featuring speakers from top firms to be announced. B2B Sales and Marketing Exchange — #B2BSMX When: August 10-12, 2020 Where: Boston, MA. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: B2B Sales and Marketing Exchange brings together thought leaders in ABM, revenue marketing and demand generation, including speakers from McKesson – RelayHealth, HubSpot, Forrester, and Verizon. INBOUND 2020 — #INBOUND2020 When: August 18-21, 2020 Where: Boston, MA. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: INBOUND 2020 presents some of the biggest names and brightest minds in sales and marketing and other industries, and offers speakers from firms including Intuit, HubSpot and others. Brand ManageCamp — #BMCVegas When: September 15-16, 2020 Where: Las Vegas, NV. Theme: Brand Management About: Brand ManageCamp's conference explores the insights, tools, strategy and leadership inspiration to drive new brand growth, featuring a lineup a speakers to be announced. Connect to Convert — #ConnectToConvert When: September 16-18, 2020 Where: Boston, MA. Theme: Lead Generation About: Connect to Convert offers dedicated B2C and B2B content designed around each section of the sales cycle, and features top speakers to be announced. AI Summit Silicon Valley — #AISummit When: September 30-October 1, 2020 Where: Santa Clara, CA. Theme: Artificial Intelligence (AI) About: AI Summit Silicon Valley presents all things artificial intelligence for business marketers, and includes leading speakers from Google, Lyft, Boeing, Lenovo and more. 2020 B2B Next Conference & Exhibition — #B2BNext When: September 29-October 1, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: Marketing & Sales About: The 2020 B2B Next Conference & Exhibition explores the digital-first B2B economy with a focus on collaboration in eCommerce, and features top speakers to be announced. Advertising Week New York — #AWNewYork When: October 5-8, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: Marketing & Sales About: Advertising Week New York serves as a worldwide gathering of marketing, advertising, technology and brand professionals, offering major speakers to be announced. Forbes Under 30 Summit — #ForbesUnder30 When: October 4-7, 2020 Where: Detroit, MI. Theme: Young Leaders About: The Forbes Under 30 Summit focuses on young leaders, bringing together top young leaders, founders and creators in technology, finance, philanthropy and other fields, with a lineup of speakers to be announced. Fast Co. Innovation Festival — #FCFestival When: October 5-9, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: Innovation About: The Fast Co. Innovation Festival offers business inspiration by leaders making a difference through technology and creativity, with a powerful slate of global speakers to be announced. MarTech East — #MarTechConf When: October 6-8, 2020 Where: Boston, MA. Theme: MarTech About: Martech East focuses on actionable tactics in marketing technology for solving marketing problems, with top speakers to be announced. REACH 2020 — #REACH2020 When: October 7-8, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: Ratings & Reviews About: The REACH 2020 conference offers marketers, sales leaders, and entrepreneurs a closer look at ratings and reviews, with major speakers to be announced. Pubcon Pro Las Vegas 2020 — #Pubcon When: October 12-15, 2020 Where: Las Vegas, NV. Theme: Search & Social About: Pubcon Pro Las Vegas 2020 focuses on the search and social side of marketing, with a diverse array of content tracks and featuring leading industry speakers to be announced in the lead-up to the event. Content Marketing World — #CMWorld When: October 13-16, 2020 Where: Cleveland, OH. Theme: Content Marketing About: Content Marketing World conference and expo explores the best in content marketing to grow your business and inspire your audience, featuring top speakers to be announced in the lead-up to the event. Sitecore Symposium 2020 — #SitecoreSYM When: October 26-29, 2020 Where: Chicago, IL. Theme: Marketing Automation About: B2B marketers looking to explore the marketing automation landscape can attend Sitecore Symposium 2020 and learn the next generation of strategies and tactics, with a lineup of major speakers to be announced. MarketingProfs B2B Forum — #MPB2B When:November 3-6, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA. Theme: B2B Marketing About: At MarketingProfs B2B Forum top leaders, innovators, and people who make things happen gather to share their secrets to success, with a stellar lineup of speakers to be announced in the lead-up to the event. Dreamforce 2020 — #DF20 When: November 9-12, 2020 Where: San Francisco, CA. Theme: Customer Relationship Management (CRM) About: Dreamforce brings together the Salesforce community of thought leaders and industry pioneers for education and inspiration, and with over 2,700 sessions its one of the latest business conferences. Look for speakers to be announced in the lead-up to the event. ONWARD20 — #ONWARD20 When: November 16-18, 2020 Where: New York City Theme: Search Marketing About: At ONWARD20 search marketing industry professionals explore future trends and tactics, with a strong lineup of speakers to be announced. ANA 2020 Influencer Marketing Conference — #ANA When: December 7-9, 2020 Where: Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Theme: Influencer Marketing The Association of National Advertisers's ANA 2020 Influencer Marketing Conference is set to examine influencer practices related to digital and social, PR and media relations, content creation, social listening, data and analytics and more, with a lineup of speakers to be announced.

Take Your 2020 B2B Marketing Events To The Next Level

We hope you've found a number of new and useful events to attend in 2020 on our list, and that the networking and learning you'll experience from either these conferences or the many others available will help you achieve new levels of B2B marketing success this year and beyond. At TopRank Marketing we've explored the power of events for B2B marketers, especially those who incorporate influencer marketing, in a number of articles, and here are three to help you get the most from your 2020 B2B marketing events:

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