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The Making of a Viral Video: How One Dog Racked Up 1.6 Million Views on YouTube
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Ah, the great mystery of viral content. I still remember the panic and helplessness I felt when, back during one of my internships, my boss asked me to “make a viral video.” After all, I was in college and therefore knew exactly what would “hit” — right? Right? Well, not exactly. (And I didn’t succeed in making a viral video.) […]

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Out of Ideas? 8 Great Places to Find Inspiration on the Internet
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This post originally appeared on Agency Post. To read more content like this, subscribe to Agency Post. If you’re a designer or work in some creative capacity and are looking for visual inspiration, there are thousands of websites and resources for where you can find creative inspiration online — design round-ups, listicles, and so on. … But what if […]

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'Tis the Season of Giving: 6 Ways Companies Are Raising Money for Charities This Year
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The holiday season is in full force — which means planning for the coming year, holiday parties, and for many, giving back to charities meaningful to us. One study showed about 34% of all charitable giving is done in the last three months of the year. Here at HubSpot, we get into the holiday giving spirit through […]

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Human-to-Human Marketing: A Trend for 2015 and Beyond
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Imagine walking into your favorite coffee shop. It still looks and smells the same, but something is off. As you approach the counter, ready to order the usual, it hits you – this place is being run by robots. These particular robots don’t care that you’ve been coming there every day for the past six […]

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The Best Business Books of 2014 [Infographic]
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There were hundreds of business books published this year. With so many books to choose from, it’s nearly impossible to figure out which ones you should actually read. We decided to simplify things for you. Similar to the way Nate Silver aggregates political polling data, BookBub aggregated 23 different “Best Books of 2014″ lists — from The New York […]

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How to Use Twitter Cards to Drive More Website Traffic [Infographic]
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Hey, you. Yes, you. I know you’re trying to improve your company’s presence on Twitter, but you’re often feeling constrained by that 140 character limit. There’s actually a way around that character limit — and it can help you increase your conversion rates. Think that’s too good to be true? It’s not: Using Twitter Cards, you […]

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Facebook Graph Search Now Lets You Find Old Posts: Here's What You Need to Know
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Confession: Back when Facebook first rolled out Graph Search, I was a little disappointed. In theory, it seemed like it could help me. If I had optimized the About section on my Page with just the right details, and someone on a desktop computer actually used Facebook’s awkwardly worded search queries, maybe they would find my Page. And […]

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How to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile for Social Selling [Infographic]
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This post originally appeared on the Sales section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Sales. Social selling is part activity, part reputation. If you’re writing insightful comments on your prospects’ blogs, responding to their tweets, and liking their shared content, you’ve got the activity bit down pat. But if your […]

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How to Write Ridiculously Persuasive Landing Page Content
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I used to think persuasion was a dirty word. For me, and there’s really no viable explanation for it, it was synonymous with deceit.  I don’t know, just something about the word seemed very “Vader coercing Luke of interstellar domination” to me. But then I started working for an awesome company where I believed in […]

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