HubSpot recently wrapped up its Inbound 2022 conference, and there’s a lot to unpack! While the goal was keeping a finger on the pulse of what’s next in business, and needless to say we came away knowing there are some substantial shifts coming.
When people come to your website, a live chat box is a powerful way to engage with them. You can answer their questions to make them more confident in a purchase, you can help existing customers with your product, or you can provide helpful information if they’re early in their buying journey.
If you’re starting to scale your business and looking at digital marketing platforms or CRMs, HubSpot is one of the first tools you’ll hear about, and with good reason. HubSpot provides a powerful, all-in-one solution to coordinate your marketing, sales, service, web content, and even operations.
In talking with hundreds of business owners over the years, there’s one question that continues to come up. Especially in today’s world where it feels like marketing is changing so fast, we're having to react to situations like COVID19, the never-ending election, and economic fallout, consumers are in the driver’s seat, and it’s easy to pour money into things that fall flat.
What do you get when you take a week in Boston, add 26,000+ marketers and over 200 speakers?
Exploring a tool like HubSpot but wondering how much it costs and what you get?
It can be confusing to navigate through all of the feature and "levels" that HubSpot offers, so this post should help you better understand HubSpot pricing and which package to choose.
In the world of marketing it can be a challenge to know if something is a fad...or here to stay.
Every entrepreneur knows how to draw out the business model canvas on a whiteboard. Why? Because it's a critical for business success. It forces you to establish the core of the venture and figure out what levers you need to pull to make it a go.
But the canvas isn't a tool just for entrepreneurs or startups. In fact, we believe marketers should be intimately familiar with the business model...
Within 5 seconds, your value proposition should tell potential customers what you do and the value you can offer them. But that can be hard to do. In fact, many value propositions miss the mark.
Hundreds of times in your professional life, you're going to be asked -- "So, what do you do?"
Not knowing the answer to this powerful question can make or break your first impression with another person.