Should you care about the C-suite drama at OpenAI? Only if you plan to integrate any brand’s generative AI tools into your marketing strategy for 2024 and beyond.
You can make your own GPT. But what can a custom version of ChatGPT do for your brand? And what non-GPT thing do you need to make it really work?
An important tool for creating human connections, video stands as a top priority in most content marketing programs. New CMI research explores how marketers are using this format – and what they need to achieve better results.
New McKinsey research says business growth is more likely to occur if CEOs and CMOs agree on marketing’s role. That makes sense, but that conclusion stops short of identifying what marketing really needs to do.
New research finds marketing is not aligned operationally. No surprises there. But the study’s takeaways miss what you need to do to fix that. We have a thought.
B2B marketers reveal their most common challenges, what they’re really using AI to do, whether their leaders understand their work, and where they'll spend their budget. Find the answers in CMI's latest research report.
A new study of financial analysts makes a revelation that will surprise marketers. They get your importance, but only if you achieve this. Learn what they have to say and how it should affect your work.
Where is content marketing going? How can you forge a path ahead? Catch some of the breakthrough thoughts emerging at this week’s Content Marketing World.
A global luxury brand investment firm’s acquisition of Hollywood’s biggest talent agency indicates the future of content and marketing in all industries. Why? Read on.
OpenAI aimed squarely at the B2B market with its new ChatGPT Enterprise. Is that good, bad, or ho-hum news for content marketing? Robert Rose explains.
You could describe the last few months as “bumpy” for marketing, tech, and advertising. But new data for three must-track categories indicates a smoother ride ahead for marketers.
Remote work continues to grab headlines. But hybrid work is gaining more attention and acceptance as Zoom, Omnicom, WPP, and other brands require employees to come to their physical buildings. What does that mean for marketing teams?