I don’t know if you know this, but we here at HubSpot kind of like blogging. So naturally, we’ve written about some of the best inbound marketing blogs on the internet (on our blog), but we hadn’t taken the time to find some of the best sales blogs out there.
Facebook’s latest News Feed algorithm update allows Facebook to surface more relevant content more easily based on your past engagement with a post, a friend, or a brand page. Essentially, they want to figure out what you enjoy and show you more of that, even if you missed something by a few hours. Among the factors […]
#INBOUND13 is just around the corner, so whether you bought your ticket six months ago or are still deciding whether or not to pull the trigger, here are 10 things you might not already know about INBOUND. Get excited. And if you haven’t already, get your tickets.
You know how we talk about using your blog to answer common questions that your leads and customers have? And sometimes even popping on over to Sales and Customer Service and asking them, “Hey, what kinds of questions do you get all the time?” That’s how this post was born. Because it turns out, a […]
“Three-fourths of the hours streamed on Netflix are spurred by the algorithms that recommend specific shows and movies based on a subscriber’s past viewing.” That’s what I read a few short weeks ago in the New York Times. That means more than three billion hours of the video streamed in Q1 on Netflix were prompted by […]
Yesterday, Facebook launched a new feature that we’ve always wanted: the ability to embed Facebook posts on websites. Just like tweets, this new feature will allow you to embed all public statuses, photos, videos, and hashtags — and users will be able to interact directly with the embedded content. They can like and share the post, […]
Yesterday I wrote about INBOUND keynote speaker Nate Silver’s decision to move his FiveThirtyEight blog from The New York Times to ESPN/ABC, and said the move reflected the rise of the “free agent journalist.” The gist of that story was that Silver has built his own free-floating plug-and-play media brand which he can attach to […]
Statistics wizard Nate Silver, a keynote speaker at HubSpot’s INBOUND conference in August in Boston, made news over the weekend by deciding to move his FiveThirtyEight blog from The New York Times to ESPN and ABC News. Losing Silver will be a blow to the reputation of
Happy sweltering Sunday, readers! At least it’s sweltering here. Holy humidity. I’ll remember this feeling when my face is so cold it’s hot come January. Anyhoo, some cuh-razy things happened this week. Some are marketing-related. Others I’m going to find loose marketing tie-ins for,