As marketers, we’re making important decisions on behalf of our company every day.
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t describe myself as a “technical” person. In fact, the technical aspects of marketing are usually the hardest ones for me to conquer. For example, when it comes to technical SEO, it can be difficult to understand how the process works.
This post is a part of Made @ HubSpot, an internal thought leadership series through which we extract lessons from experiments conducted by our very own HubSpotters. How do customers discover new products nowadays? Despite there being many ways of becoming aware of a product, there is a simple route to considering it for purchase.
As a marketer, we typically ask ourselves the following question at least a dozen times a day: “Would our prospects and customers like this?”
When I worked at a marketing agency, one of my duties was to create Instagram accounts for our clients who had never used social media before. More often than not, those clients soon realized how helpful Instagram could be for their business.
Sales and marketing teams are both responsible for the growth and revenue side of the business — and yet, many of them still tend to operate like two opposing teams.
Every social network makes it clear how to put a link in your bio on their platform — except Instagram.
When I was cooking steak the other day, I had to use a meat thermometer to check and see if the meat was cooked all the way through. In other words, I had to look for an indicator to see how the cooking process was coming along. Marketing is fairly similar. As a marketer, instead […]
Here’s a little exercise for you: Check the timestamps on the emails you’ve gotten in the past day. What have you found? For me, I noticed that most of my emails, especially my subscription emails, were sent between 9-10 AM, or 5-6 PM.
If you had to guess, how many email newsletters do you think you’re subscribed to? Ten? Twenty? Fifty? To be honest, I’ve lost count — and I know I’m not alone. Email marketers have a lot to compete with in their subscribers’ inboxes. That’s why a solid newsletter template is crucial to designing an email […]