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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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Confirmed: Mark Zuckerberg Will Appear Before European Parliament
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Update on Wednesday, May 16 at 2:07 PM EST: Bloomberg reports that  Zuckerberg’s initial appearance before EU lawmakers will take place behind closed doors. European Parliament will schedule a separate hearing with representatives from Facebook that may not necessarily include Zuckerberg himself. European Parliament President Antonio Tajani released a statement today confirming that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg […]

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How to Write a Successful Letter of Interest in 2018
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It’s one of the worst feelings in the world. You’ve spent weeks perfecting your resume and crafting the perfect cover letter, and you’re finally ready to submit your application for your dream job. But when you scan the company’s careers page, panic starts pouring over you. The job you wanted to apply for is no […]

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The New Email Nurturing Strategy That Improved Our Engagement By Over 1,000%
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There’s been a ton of research about lead nurturing and its ability to affect a funnel. We know that, on average, we see more qualified leads, shorter sales cycles, and larger purchase amounts made by nurtured leads when compared with non-nurtured leads. Who doesn’t want that? And using automation, a single marketer can scale and […]

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12 Huge Announcements from the 2018 Google I/O Keynote
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“Make good things together.” That’s the phrase that flashed across the screen at the start of Google I/O 2018, the company’s annual conference for developers. Many experts predicted a focus on “responsibility” in light of the recent shrapnel from Facebook’s data-sharing and privacy scandal. But, if there was one theme over the nearly two-hour keynote […]

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Would You Pay for an Ad-Free Facebook Subscription? 64% of Consumers Say "No"
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  When Bloomberg reported that Facebook was conducting market research to gauge interest in an ad-free, paid subscription model, we decided to do a bit of our own research. Facebook — to most consumers, at least — has long served as a free product. Advertisers, content creators, and publishers have enlisted the platform’s various services for a […]

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How to See Word Count in Google Docs [FAQ]
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Whether you’re writing a marketing report with a firm 500 word limit, or are just curious if your blog post hits your editor’s 1,000-word minimum requirement, the word count tool in Google Docs can come in handy. It’s a simple tool to ensure your content is an appropriate length. You can use it for more […]

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