You know how the associates in retail stores usually give you a friendly, “Hi! Let me know if I can help you with anything today” when you walk through the door? Sure, they say it to everyone who enters the store, but there’s just something about a friendly greeting that makes you feel appreciated.
Every once in a while I find a new website that makes me stop and stare. It’s a modern-day masterpiece. The aesthetic and user experience are off the charts. It’s new, innovative, and, frankly makes me wish I knew how to design web sites so I could create ones like it.
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Almost 10 months ago, I had my first day at HubSpot. I was excited about lots of things — the candy wall in the kitchen, the free coffee, and, you know, working with some great people — but one of the things I was most looking forward to was a fresh, clean email address. It […]
There has been a lot of debate lately about marketing campaigns. In December, Gartner’s Jake Sorofman suggested concentrated campaigns may not have a place anymore amid the continuous storytelling of today’s content marketing. His colleague, Jennifer Beck, vehemently disagreed.
“Words are, like, hard … and stuff.” That’s the mindset of many-a-marketer who find it difficult to come up with the best possible copy for blog posts, social media messages, and the like — particularly on cluttered platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
A version of this post originally appeared in the Opinion section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to the Opinion section. Today, the woman behind the plethora of funny little quips and helpful bits of microcopy found in the HubSpot software shows us why
Facebook released one more feature today — one that’s remarkably Twitter-like, actually. According to Mashable, the new tool is called “Trending,” and it’ll be showing up in a Facebook account near you in the next few weeks — on both mobile and desktop. The feed will show a list of popular topics, personalized to the user.
A version of this post originally appeared on the ecommerce section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, join the ecommerce blog’s instant, daily, or weekly subscription. It’s been a pretty wild year in the SEO realm. Barely a month went by without a significant