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Today, we're happy to announce that we are releasing to all customers the third new HubSpot analytics tool in the last three months: Pages.
How was your 2011? Did you meet all of your goals, break all of your records, exceed all expectations?
In order to deliver the best possible product experience to our customers, the HubSpot application needs to make the most of new capabilities that are only available in the latest versions of commonly used web browsers. Some new technologies, like HTML5 and CSS3, are only available with modern browser like Firefox and Chrome. For this reason, just like Google and Facebook before us, we’re going to be limiting our web browser support to modern browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer 8 and 9.
Here at HubSpot, our number one priority is you. Nothing makes us happier than knowing that our customers have used the HubSpot software to achieve amazing results for their company.
The announcement that many of us have been waiting for is finally here -- Facebook is rolling out its new Timeline feature to Brand Pages. Beginning today, Brand Page admins can opt in to the new page functionality. The change will become default for all pages on March 30.
We're gearing up again for our annual conference in 2012, and getting pretty darn excited about it, too. Things are shaping up to be quite different from the conferences we've hosted in previous years, so if you've never attended -- or if you've been with us all along -- we wanted to let you know what's new for 2012.
The HubSpot Service Marketplace just got a great new facelift and we'd love for you to see it and marvel at its beauty.
HubSpot's Service Marketplace just got a whole lot better, and now makes it even easier for you to get the help you need when you're short on time, light on ideas, or just looking for an extra oar in the water. New features abound, and we wanted to make sure you knew all about it.
User testing is an important part of our design and development process here at HubSpot. By conducting user testing early and often, we are able to continually make our product easier to use and to incorporate the features that are most valuable to our customers.
As a marketer and a HubSpot user, you've probably already used HubSpot's award winning Website Grader more than once. Since 2006, Website Grader has evaluated more than 4 million websites for free, doling out customized advice on everything from search engine optimization to social media to blogging.
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