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We Analyzed HubSpot's 39 Most-Shared Posts in 2017. Here's What We Found.
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First and foremost, I need to give credit where credit is due. The idea for this post spawned from Steve Rayson’s incredibly interesting and well-researched post, “We Analyzed 100 Million Headlines. Here’s What We Learned.” Yes — I even borrowed the headline structure. But if you haven’t read Steve’s post, I suggest doing so immediately. […]

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7 Books That Will Help You Develop More Empathy
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When Brian McGrory, Editor-in-Chief of The Boston Globe, gave a talk at HubSpot’s Cambridge office this summer, he told us a story about a crucial leadership lesson he learned during his early days as head editor. At night, Brian would answer emails before bed, and it became a daily routine for a few years. He […]

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How to Understand Facebook Insights for Social Video
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Hi. I’m Nick, and I’m new to the HubSpot Marketing Blog. But I’m not new to HubSpot. I’ve been working at HubSpot for over a year now, and in that time, I’ve created more than 50 videos for HubSpot’s Facebook page. And over the last year, we’ve grown our organic Facebook video views by nearly […]

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How to Start a Competitive Analysis: 57 Questions You Need to Ask [Free Kit]
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When was the last time you ran a competitive analysis for your brand? If you’re not sure, or if the last “analysis” you ran was a quick perusal of a competitor’s website and social media presence, you’re likely missing out on important intelligence that could help your brand grow. To help you get started with […]

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How We Used the Pillar-Cluster Model to Transform Our Blog
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If you haven’t already noticed, the HubSpot Blogs got a makeover this summer. And while your last makeover might’ve included a new wardrobe or hair color, ours was different. We revamped blog.hubspot.com from the inside, out with the help of topic clusters. And yeah, the beautiful new homepage design, easy click-to-tweet buttons, and video modules help, […]

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Are Micro-Influencers Or Macro-Influencers More Effective? [Infographic]
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Chances are, if you spend time on Instagram, you’ve come across influencer posts on the platform. You know the kind I’m talking about — featuring a product or service, usually with the hashtag #sponsored or #ad in the caption. These influencers typically have hundreds of thousands of followers — or, in the case of people […]

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8 Experiential Marketing Campaigns That Will Give You Serious Event Envy
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Work events are really hit or miss. Let’s be honest: How many times have you found yourself anxiously fidgeting with a paper napkin in the corner of a stuffy networking happy hour? That’s why I was not only relieved, but also surprised and delighted, when I attended a holiday party that featured a live, interactive […]

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Yesterday's Apple Event Was as Bananas as We Expected
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When it comes to product-centric events and announcements, advance leaks and rumors are nothing new for Apple. But something about this round was different. The pre-emptive reveals came with more detail, more clamor, and — at least for us — more excitement. “This,” we thought, “is going to be completely bonkers.” For the most part, […]

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5 Myths About Video Marketing, Debunked
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By now, you’ve probably heard video marketing is a powerful tool for generating leads and capturing new customers. So why aren’t you using it yet? For many small to medium businesses, the reluctance to adopt video comes from a fear of the unknown. Video marketing feels expensive, cumbersome, and difficult to track. And these would […]

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