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26 Animated Logos to Inspire Your Own
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There’s a reason we’re so invested in movies and watching something play out on a screen versus reading a book about the same topic. Motion is exciting to us, and often conveys a message difficult to express through text alone. Granted, watching animated logos all day isn’t quite as fun as binge-watching The Office, but […]

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Decision Trees: The Simple Tool That'll Make You a Radically Better Decision Maker
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When faced with an important decision, there are a variety of informal methods you can use to visualize various outcomes and choose an action — perhaps you talk it out with a colleague, make a pros and cons list, or investigate what other leaders have done in similar situations. Particularly when it comes to marketing, […]

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3 Reasons Why Facebook Is Removing the Trending Section: Our Experts Weigh In
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Facebook announced on Friday that it would remove Trending: the section of its site, typically appearing to the right of the News Feed, that displays a list of the most popular news topics at a given moment. “We’re removing Trending soon to make way for future news experiences on Facebook,” wrote Facebook Head of News […]

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11 Tried-and-True Lead Magnet Ideas and Examples
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Magnets, in marketing, are an effective technique for gaining a prospect’s contact information. The problem is these magnets can take a lot of time and energy to produce. Podcasts, e-learning courses, video series, and contests all sound great — but who has time to create it all? In this article, I’ll reveal nine different lead […]

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Fixed Cost: What It Is & How to Calculate It
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“Business is personal — it’s the most personal thing in the world.” These are famous words by Michael Scott from the TV show, The Office. And although this quote conflicts with the universal belief that business isn’t personal, Michael’s point of view is perfect when learning about a business’s fixed costs — or those costs […]

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How HubSpot Uses Blogging to Rank #1 on Google
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People are hungry for immediate answers. Luckily, it has never been easier to find the information you’re seeking via search.  A lot of marketers want to know: how does HubSpot optimize for search? I talked to our blogging team to find out, and put together a series of insider tips we’re eager to share with you. […]

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The Beginner's Guide to Google Tag Manager
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Collecting data using tools like Google Analytics is critical for expanding your business’s online reach, converting leads into customers, and optimizing a digital marketing strategy to create stronger relationships with your audience. However, collecting data is easier said than done. Google Analytics and other similar analytics tools aid the process, but they work more effectively […]

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GDPR and the Right Side of History
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Brian Halligan sent this note to all HubSpot employees this morning: Yesterday, I got three emails from vendors asking me if it is okay that they keep sending me emails. I imagine you got a few as well. The irony is hard to miss. Rather than making a sarcastic joke, though, I actually welcome these […]

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The 7 Most Common Leadership Styles & How to Find Your Own
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“A good leader should always … “ How you finish that sentence could reveal a lot about your leadership style. Leadership is a fluid practice. We’re always changing and improving the way in which we help our direct reports and the company grow. And the longer we lead, the more likely we’ll change the way […]

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