Ah, the holiday season. Spending time with friends, family, and 10,000 of your closest friends at big box stores racing to win one coveted item at an unparalleled discount. Nothing like that warm, fuzzy Black Friday feeling to start the season off right. For context, up to 140 million people plan to shop over Thanksgiving […]
It’s easy to forget what Thanksgiving is all about when you lock your eyes on glistening turkey, delicious stuffing, and freshly-baked pumpkin pie. But after dinner, when we’re sitting amongst our closest family and friends, we tend to get that warm, fuzzy feeling inside. No, it isn’t a food coma, it’s gratitude.
The internet is full of tedious things: waiting for a page to load, filling out forms, navigating every account settings page ever. Thankfully, it’s also stocked with clever developers who make it their mission to put the curiosity and fun back into our daily routines. What we’re talking about here folks are Easter eggs.
There’s one question that we’re all not looking forward to getting on Thanksgiving this year. It’s not “When are you going to settle down?,” “Why didn’t you come visit me more this year?,” or “Are you sure you’re getting enough sleep? The bags under your eyes tell otherwise.”
Though I’m a documented failure at graphic design, it doesn’t mean I don’t love looking at the stuff. Company logos, in particular, have always interested me. And for companies that have been around for a while, there are usually a few different iterations of their logos floating around.
I joined HubSpot in September 2011 as a blogger. At the time, I needed to know how to write and educate through my writing. Flash forward to today. My content role has evolved eons beyond what I could ever have imagined. To conquer lead gen, I mastered ebook production. To help spread data, I learned […]
In your inbound efforts, you obviously want to get across the value prop of your company and make it clear exactly what it is you’re selling. However, you also want to build a pretty big social media following and gain some accolades for having quality social channels. One big way you can do this is […]
You know that awesome video that’s been going around from Goldieblox? The one where a bunch of little girls eschew the expectation that they play pretty-pretty pink princess for a badass Rube Goldberg machine? Well, it caused a bit of a problem between Goldieblox and the Beastie Boys.
This post originally appeared on Inbound Insiders, a new section of Inbound Hub. To read more content from the Insiders, subscribe to the section here. As Google’s Hummingbird Algorithm rolls out full-force, some site owners are scrambling to find ways around the new restraints. With the goal of prioritizing naturally good content that