You know this already, but sometimes it amazes me how fast technology moves. Just yesterday, we casually mentioned in another post that Pinterest was running an experiment with a small number of people that plays animated GIFs on the social network.
From January 2-31, we are challenging everyone to blog more to see firsthand the results that blogging can generate. Participating companies should submit their blog URLs on this page to enter the challenge. Winner(s) will receive a complimentary ticket to INBOUND 2014 and be featured on the HubSpot inbound marketing blog.
If you read this blog, you know you’ll frequently hear us talking about remarkable campaigns that have both inspired and impressed us: from Old Spice going viral with personalized videos, to Elf Yourself entertaining us for yet another holiday season. We’ve even published SlideShare presentations about remarkable campaigns, as you may remember.
One of my least favorite things that happens to me at work is writer’s block. I stare at my screen — the cursor taunting me maniacally. Why can’t I just think of something to write? Have I blogged about everything inbound marketing-related already? (The answer, of course, is I haven’t.) If only I could get someone to give me […]
We’re declaring 2014 as the “Year of No Excuses” — and we’ll have a handful to share with you in the near future. This year, we want to help your organization take the first steps to implementing an effective online strategy to raise awareness, engage new (and old) constituents, and fundraising for your organization the […]
“THIS will be the year of mobile!” Marketers have been hearing this pretty regularly since 2008. And while the prediction has become old news, the trend toward a more mobile world continues to evolve. So how can we better understand our mobile site visitors to create a better experience for them? With Google Analytics, of […]
As the content manager at Half a Bubble Out, part of my job the past couple quarters has been to focus on improving our performance around 11 different keywords. However, we’ve been doing this keyword rotation long enough now that we got to a point where it felt like we were fighting the keywords. We […]
I know, I know — “a year of self-doubt” sounds like a bit of a downer. But chin up! I have no intention of ruining your New Year with stress-inducing hypotheticals and criticisms. This “self-doubt” prediction — which appears in our new guide, “Marketing Prediction Hits and Misses” — is all about using feelings of […]
The time has come. It’s 2014. You’ve likely considered a number of resolutions you want to follow through with in the New Year. Maybe it’s to spend more time with family, or run more on the weekends, or try to cut pizza and other greasy foods out of your diet for a while (that’s one […]