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Once upon a time, the term “social media” referred to a phenomenon that largely consisted of bedazzled MySpace profiles and college spring break photos on Facebook (which later had to be taken down and burned before a job interview). No more.
Speeches aren't always fun. You've all had to sit through that long, dragged-out presentation that just couldn't seem to keep you awake. But when you come across a speaker who can really inspire and motivate you to change what you are used to doing, you realize that education can actually be fun and worth your time.
Your best chance of getting off to a strong start with your inbound lead is making a live connection. But if you call your inbound lead and don't get an answer, leave an introductory voicemail. Then follow up with an email that's consistent with your voice message. Your first voicemail should open with the reason for your call, then a mention of the value you offer them. Close with your name, organization, and phone number.
Look at you. You've researched your inbound leads and you're ready to kick off your sales process with one. It's time to connect!
Content creation is often an enterprise that is left entirely to marketers. But inbound marketers know that a close collaboration with their sales team can help them create truly stellar content that attracts more qualified leads to your site, moves them down your sales funnel faster, and helps you outshine the competition when it’s time to close the sale.
Talk to any nonprofit marketer right now and you'll find that "digital engagement" and "social media" are becoming increasingly more important to their marketing strategies. According to a recent survey by eMarketer nonprofits are using social media more than small businesses and in many cases posting multiple times a day to stay connected with constituents.
Big news! Today, HubSpot officially released Social Inbox, a new social media monitoring and publishing system -- now available for all customers.
At HubSpot, we don’t like making our customers wait for the next big thing. Instead, we release new features and product enhancements of all sizes, all the time. We call this agile development and it means we're constantly taking feedback, testing and striving to improve the customer experience. We like this approach, but we also don't want staying on top of product updates to feel like Lucy in the chocolate factory.
We are thrilled to announce that the dynamic Marcus Sheridan will be our featured guest during the July #InboundLearning Webinars. Marcus is a force of nature and a long-time HubSpot customer who is known for his electrifying presentations and his passion for inbound sales. Marcus recently gave a TEDx talk, The Honest Economy, that will give you an idea of the power of one of his presentations.
I love The Meat House. The Meat House is just what it sounds like: a place that has lots of delicious meat, plus many other specialty food and drink products. It was started locally in New Hampshire and they now have franchises across the country.
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