Paulo Henrique Lemos of Hook Digital helps organizations make sense of digital media and how it relates to their goals and challenges.
Nathan Miller manages sales, marketing, and e-commerce campaigns for Colorado-based Revenue River Marketing, and recently moved to New York to establish the company's East Coast presence.
Hey Brooklyn HubSpotters! I'm sorry it's been a while since we've had any updates on this blog, but we have a really big deadline approaching that I need to bring your attention to: there are less than 8 weeks until INBOUND '15, and the prices will be going up soon!
Do you wake up in the middle of the night wishing for someone to talk to about buyer personas and workflows? Do you wonder why people look at you funny when you say "dude, where's the call to action?"
Come to a safe place. Come to a place where people get you and your funny marketing jargon. Come to a Brooklyn HUG.
The Campaigns app is one of the most powerful tools in HubSpot, helping marketers organize and better execute every campaign they run. In case you missed it, Mark Kilens ran an excellent 2-part webinar series on campaigns this month, along with several how-to projects to help you reach your 2015 goals.
I’d like to share a little story about how my “day job” went from page 13 to page 1 on Google for our market three years ago, and how we continue to outrank competitors with no advertising budget. I’m not an SEO expert, but I’ve learned a few things along the way.
In late 2011 I stumbled upon HubSpot, because I needed to know how to create a Facebook business page. I went to Google with my problem, and HubSpot had a great blog post on how to get it done. I didn’t even need to talk to a sales person … it was fast and perfect.