HubSpot Sequences have always been a go-to tool for Sales Pro and Enterprise-level users. But let's face it, figuring out the perfect subject line, message body, or personalization tokens has always been a challenge, or even a guessing game—until now.
Does prospecting feel like a never-ending scavenger hunt across various sales tools? It can be a frustrating and inefficient way to work. The constant switching between platforms and consolidating data not only disrupts your focus but also eats up valuable time that could be better spent on engaging with potential clients.
Exploring a tool like HubSpot but wondering how to decide between an endless collection of plans?
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 structures, and which package makes the most sense for your organization.
Communication is key to achieving business success. Thanks to the digital age, communication tools have expanded into a wide range of possibilities.
The HubSpot Meetings tool is one that sales teams and business executives can use to not only streamline communications, but to also eliminate the friction that often leads to missed sales opportunities.
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.
In a world of nearly constant emails, social media posts, and marketing messages, the idea of a conversation is often lost.
As you launch your business, there are a million things you’re told you should do and think about.
If you do a quick search for "sales tips", you'll get more than 1.5 million results. Whoa. It's safe to say there's a wealth of information out there for how to get better at sales, whether you're in sales or not.
CRMs can be amazing tools for salespeople and marketers. But they can also be a huge pain.
It’s all about how you use them.
We see a ton of companies who use their CRMs only to store customer information, and many don’t even do that well. Your CRM shouldn’t be a big messy database that sucks up all your time and gives you an anxiety attack every time you open it.
Building rapport is all about being authentic and human.
By definition, rapport is “a relationship marked by mutual understanding and trust.” Establishing those kinds of relationships is what sales people have been trying to do for years, with varying degrees of success. But in this digital, global world, we can’t rely on the same rapport-building tactics that worked for them just a couple...