Webinar: How to 3X Engagement With AI-Based Content Recommendations

Jason Oakley

Content is more important than ever to the way we engage our buyers. But a one-size-fits-all approach won’t cut it. Buyers have come to expect a personalized content experience and marketers that can offer it are edging out the competition.

What once seemed impossible—serving visitors exactly what they want, when they want it—can now easily be achieved, thanks to platforms like Bombora and Uberflip AI. Tune in as we pull back the hood on these two platforms and show how marketers can leverage AI-powered content recommendations to personalize experiences at scale.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • How AI-powered content recommendations drive prospect engagement
  • How AI and machine learning are helping marketers uncover visitor intent
  • How to leverage visitor intent in your content strategy
  • How Bombora and Uberflip AI work together to help you personalize at scale
  • Best practices for using Bombora and Uberflip AI together

About the Author

Jason Oakley

Jason is the Director, Product Marketing at Uberflip. He loves talking about our product, our customers, and how the two come together to create amazing content experiences.

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