In case you hadn’t heard about it, every year since 2012 HubSpot has hosted INBOUND, an interactive, educational conference for users, partners, and industry professionals that takes place in Boston, MA. This year, INBOUND played host to around 26,000 attendees and featured some big names on it’s keynote speaker list (we’re talking Elizabeth Gilbert, Chip and Joanna Gaines, Janelle Monae, Alexis Ohanian, Katie Couric, and more). Also this year – I was there!
So, you’re thinking about hiring a digital marketing agency? You probably wouldn’t be on our site reading this if you weren’t. Through your research, you’ve certainly read a lot about what a marketing company can do for you – but have you heard anything about what it’s actually like to work with one?
As a marketing and sales agency partner, we get a lot of common How questions: “How long is SEO going to take?” “How long until I’m on the front page of Google?” We also get the dreaded Why questions: “Why is this SEO taking so long?” “Why am I not ranking number 1 yet?”
In the modern world of sales and marketing, if you have a website – you need automation. Simple as that. In particular, you need automated emails. There are a vast number of different automated emails you can set up for your company, including some hyper-personalized messages, complete with video and smart CTAs. But, we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Today, let’s start with the basics.
If you’re doing any kind of digital marketing for your business you know that Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is critical. Without a solid SEO strategy, plan, and execution team, you won’t see much (if anything at all) in terms of results for your efforts. When it comes to SEO, the first step you need to take is keyword research.
Ever Googled the phrase "Marketing Advice 2019"? Chances are, if you’re the owner, CEO, or Marketing Manager of a B2B organization you’ve searched for something similar lately. It’s understandable, almost unavoidable, to seek out advice in keeping up with the modern world of sales and marketing. But is the great void of “the Internet” really the best expert to turn to for answers?