The proliferation of robust marketing technologies available at reasonable prices has been instrumental in improving B2B marketing.

In the latest episode of eMarketer's "Behind the Numbers" podcast, analyst Jillian Ryan discusses the challenges of personalizing B2B marketing, and highlights some strategies to move beyond simplistic solutions.

Justin Adler, director of product and marketing at SourceKnowledge, talks about how business-to-business (B2B) marketing in Canada has evolved through digital tech.

Alyson Griffin, vice president of global marketing at Intel Corp., tells eMarketer how the technology company uses social media marketing to reinforce that it's much more than a chipmaker.

At Xerox, social selling is part of a larger sales enablement program designed to increase sales productivity, resulting in larger contracts and faster closing.

Layla Revis, vice president and head of global social media at Oracle, discusses how the business technology company sets goals and measures success for its social media campaigns.

Experts in business-to-business marketing offer tips for B2Bs wary of engaging with social media.

New surveys of B2B marketers suggest original research is probably the most valuable form of content for content marketing.

As mobile use continues to rise, mobile devices are no longer a secondary consideration for buyers or their work.

Jay Bowden, Google's industry director for the tech B2B (business-to-business) vertical, talks about mobile marketing for B2B companies.

DWA media's global CEO Bob Ray and media director Whitney Powell talk about how business-to-business (B2B) advertisers are making the most of programmatic advertising for digital and TV.

Crafting custom communications for both an individual buyer and specific accounts is a major pillar of personalization, but executing these strategies isn’t without its challenges. Topics in this webinar include: The critical difference between segmentation and personalization; How B2B marketers use their data to understand their buyers and craft the right message; The effectiveness of targeted marketing, versus a “spray and pray” approach; How B2B go-to’s like content, email and account-based marketing are influenced by personalization tactics.

In a new report, eMarketer lays out the state of B2B marketers’ use of social platforms and the gap between their goals and their expertise.

Malin Liden, vice president at SAP Experience, explains how the company approaches social selling, why training is so important and how its top sellers have a quota achievement of over 160%.

Amber Long, a vice president at B2B agency gyro, discusses how some B2B companies are still grappling with the frenzied rush to social media.

Kim Babcock, director of customer engagement at social selling software provider TrapIt, tells eMarketer why B2B companies often take the wrong approach to social media marketing.

A significant share of B2B agencies in the UK are feeling less confident about their future growth since the UK voted to leave the EU. B2B publishers could feel the pinch.

More B2B marketers say they are investing in social media marketing to drive brand awareness and generate leads. But many of those same marketers also say that social media's return on investment has been lower than expected.

B2B marketers in Western Europe and the US expect big data to have a big impact, but they don't necessarily see their companies as being able to harness it.

For B2Bs, account-based marketing (ABM) was the buzzword of 2016 and the trend is expected to continue into next year. Here are five ABM myths for B2Bs to forget in 2017.