Many companies get stuck in routines. It’s easy to do something because that’s always the way it’s been done. And that’s true of everything from a production line to a customer service team to your marketing program.
So you’ve purchased HubSpot Marketing Hub – now what? It’s time to start setting up all of your new tools. There are so many features included in all levels of the Marketing Hub and each one will help benefit your organization in a different way. But if you don’t have a HubSpot expert working in your business, it can be overwhelming to try implementing everything at once. It’s best practice to start with the most critical tools and features from there.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which is the ongoing process of optimizing your website to get organic (un-paid) traffic from the search engine results page in Google or Bing. To be successful at SEO, you should be making certain changes to your website design and content that makes your site more attractive to a search engine. The final goal is that search engines will display your website as a top result.
These days, it takes a lot to get someone to open an email.
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?