Here on the HubSpot blog, we’ve written glossary-themed posts that cover some of the core components of inbound marketing — we’ve covered email marketing, website optimization, social media, and the list goes on. So we thought it was time to create a blog post that could serve as an inbound marketing glossary.
Hey guys. It’s 3 p.m. East Coast time. And it’s Friday. So … let me guess what you’re doing. You might be hitting refresh on Facebook News Feed, even though you know its algorithm won’t resurface new content that quickly. Maybe you’re trolling your company’s internal social network, checking out those
Fall is finally upon us. Time to pack away our beach towels and flip flops and trade them in for sweaters and scarves. After months of sunny weather and hopefully a little vacation (come on, you deserve it), getting back to the grind can be difficult, and finding inspiration to create killer
Since 2007, the online petition platform Change.org has had more than 224 million online signatures in 196 countries to support and drive change in national, state, and local government legislation and corporate policies. The site has also helped numerous nonprofits lead very successful awareness campaigns.
I could watch product videos all day long. If possible, I’d watch the length-equivalent of The Godfather Part III in product videos at work (assuming they were good enough and my boss allowed it). I’m guessing you may want to watch many of these videos too but may not have that much time on your […]
Google has made a lot of changes in the last couple of years, and despite the fact that some of these changes have been labeled as furry, cuddly animals (pandas and penguins), they have been anything but cute. For many companies, these changes have been disastrous. A big reason that the impact of these changes
Just as press releases were about to go the way of the horse and buggy, SEO saved that workhorse of public relations. But Google again changed the rules, stripping most SEO value away from press releases. Now what? Read the full article at MarketingProfs
You know when you’re really busy and you haven’t had a chance to update Facebook for a while, so you hammer out a post real fast? And then because you’re really busy, it reads a little something like this:
I love discovering some new piece of fantastic content and thinking about what makes great content great. And one characteristic just keeps emerging. I won’t be spoiling our recent SlideShare deck by telling you what it is: It’s Confidence. (Okay, maybe I will be spoiling it a bit. Sorry.)