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.
Earlier today, we hosted our first 1-hour blogging challenge. We were hoping the challenge would help accomplish a few things: Provide the motivation to start blogging Spark a little competition with yourself to up your game
Ever since social media gained widespread adoption, one persistent question has vexed individual users and brands: What do we talk about online? A common rule of thumb that’s now pervasive among brand marketers and savvy tech buffs is the so-called “rule of thirds.”
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.
Today is a big day, people. Today is the day that skills are tested. That careers are made. A day when only the strong will survive. Today, we write a blog post.
Face it: As a marketer, it gets harder every day to get noticed. Everyone is strumming away at this content marketing thing, but a sea of sameness prevails. Very few have truly unique tunes, so it gets perpetually harder to get people to … well … tune in. Allow me to take you back in […]
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.
Yesterday, being on Pinterest paid off in a big way for one small fashion startup. By cultivating a robust Pinterest presence and then being on top of the site’s latest functionality, Wantering hit the jackpot: prime coverage in Mashable. And I’m not just talking a courtesy link that most major media publications include on any data report […]
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. Flat design and filtered photos are going to be popular this year, and high-resolution video is in huge demand. Oh, and people in France really like black-and-white photos.