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HubSpot is pretty famous these days. Well, maybe not as famous as the Beatles or bicycles. But HubSpot is as famous amongst marketers as let's say... One Direction is amongst teenage girls. Just like teenage girls and One Direction, there are different levels of fandom. Please don't ask me to explain what would make someone go gaga over these pre-pubescent boys. But, maybe it's just that not every teenager gets to see One Direction live, up close and personal. I don't know. Probably taking this analogy too far. But, when my wife and I walked by them performing at a mall once, I saw firsthand how much their fans adore them. Most of the concerts I attended were in the 90s. So, it was new thing for me to observe. Anyway, the marketers who use HubSpot effectively are kind of like that. You can see it in the case studies.
CAMBRIDGE, MA, August 20, 2013 (ADOTAS)
At the INBOUND 2013 Conference in Boston on August 20th in front of 5,000 marketing professionals, co-founders Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah introduced the next generation of HubSpot’s inbound marketing platform. HubSpot’s integrated suite of tools delivers relevant content that has been optimized for personalized interactions across every marketing channel, including email, website and social media.
By Tomio Geron, Forbes Staff.
In both the consumer and business buying context, people are no longer responding to sales tactics like banner ads, cold calls and emails. Instead, people are searching for information on purchases on Google or blogs, or going to a company’s website. That “in-bound marketing” is where HubSpot comes in, aiming to serve up the best content and tools to draw in buyers once they hit Google or a company’s website.
Our sales video series resumes with a look at what N5R.com did for Rain Condominiums in Oakville, an Empire community. The video adheres to previously mentioned rules--it shows furnished interiors and uses maps to reveal the surrounding neighbourhood. It also shows you an interview with the man behind the development, and it makes use of music and raindrops to create a feeling. Great ads need real emotional content. Both sides of the brain, logical and emotional, need some attention paid to them.
Been meaning to experiment with Facebook ads but first-time jitters holding you back? We don't blame you. PPC, no matter which platform you're using, has the tendency to make marketers who are new to online advertising break out in a cold sweat. You have to learn the nuances of the platform, decipher the meaning of proprietary metrics, understand your segmenting options, and then there's the bidding. Oh, the bidding! That's a science in itself.