Okay I’m just gonna say it. It’s Friday. It’s finally nice out (at least in my neck of the woods). And I’m having a hard time concentrating. Sooo … I may have floated over to my Facebook tab a couple of times looking for some yuk yuks.
A few years ago, Scott Adams (the “Dilbert” guy) wrote a somewhat provocative blog post in which he argued that if you’re carrying a smartphone with you at all times, then you’ve basically become a kind of cyborg. Adams posited that the smartphone represents an “exobrain” that augments the power of your feeble biological brain.
Life is busy. Marketers are trying to stay on top of content creation, messaging, branding, budget, industry trends — not to mention trying to find time for a personal life. This juggling act is a serious time commitment, but short and sweet inspiration isn’t (or at least we don’t want it to be).
More and more people each day are using their smart phones as a source of news and entertainment. In fact, over 600 million people use the Facebook mobile app while on the go, according to Facebook’s latest data. So instead of asking you if your company ready to join the mobile revolution, I’l ask you […]
Mobile advertising has been a hot topic lately. In fact, we’ve seen a number of online platforms invest heavily in mobile as a way to monetize their businesses and leverage the popularity of mobile adoption among users. And with this influx of mobile marketing opportunities, companies like you and me have benefited from more effective […]
Keyword research has long been heralded as a pillar of a proper SEO strategy. In fact, without proper keyword research, inbound marketing efforts can be misguided, budgets misspent, and strategies designed on a poor foundation. While any SEO professional worth their title knows how to conduct keyword research, many marketers tackling SEO still fail to […]
Remember the good ol’ days when we found jobs through ads in the daily newspaper? Hard to believe, especially considering the fact that 70% of jobs are found through personal relationships, according to John Bennett, director of the Master of Science at the McColl School of Business.
Since 2006, HubSpot has been focused on driving a transformation in how companies interact with customers. We released an all-in-one platform that gives marketers control over every element of the inbound marketing process, and we’ve built our business on building software that helps our customers create marketing people love.
A couple days ago, our friends over at Marketing Pilgrim published a great blog post from Square 2 Marketing‘s President and Co-Founder Michael Lieberman called “10 Ways Inbound Marketing Drives Results This Month.”