This post originally appeared on Inbound Sales, a new section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to the Sales section. Hi. My name is Michael Pici, and I thought I’d share some content around writing emails in order to … okay, I’ll stop right there. Does that opening honestly make you want to read this blog […]
Mobile giving has become a hot trend in the last few years, with new platforms popping up regularly and the huge success of text-to-give campaigns during natural disasters. But the perceived high cost of developing an app and lack of time and resources to do so has slowed many small-to-medium-sized organizations’ adoption of a mobile strategy.
A homeless man sits ignored in a community square. A cardboard sign propped up against him reads: “I’m blind, please help,” and it’s not working well. After some time, a woman stops, grabs his sign, and scrawls something new on the reverse side. She replaces it and walks away. Suddenly, traffic increases and the donations […]
Ever since Google snatched away keyword data, it’s been a pretty big pain to figure out what people are searching for. Sure, there were hacks and workarounds — but those weren’t quite as helpful as having a report of exactly what people are searching for to land on your site.
Two years ago, when we set out to build Workflows, HubSpot’s answer to marketing automation, we challenged ourselves to build not a better spamming engine, but a tool and a methodology that would help our customers create a nurturing experience people would love.
This blog post is part of the #GreatDebate series on content ownership. Learn more about the debate here. I’m going to write this post for HubSpot. Their readers rock (you know that). But grrrr. Their ruthless editorial staff may just
The results are in, folks! After a day-long debate, we’ve finally come to a conclusion about this “who owns your content” debacle. The conclusion? This probably can’t be sorted out in four blog posts. By wading through our contributors’ arguments and our community’s comments, we’ve made significant steps in a) getting this on people’s minds and […]
Yesterday, Facebook updated their News Feed (again) to focus on promoting more “high quality” content. And what is “high quality” content, according to Facebook? In an internal survey, Facebook found that “on average people prefer links
A few months ago, someone tweeted at me. It said, “Great article, @gsosk” with a link to a post I had written quite a long time ago for a company. I’m always deeply flattered when people share my content — especially if it’s something that’s come out a while ago. But this time, I didn’t […]