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    4 Exciting Inbound Marketing Announcements From Hubspot


    With so much noise on the web it’s difficult to stay on top of what’s really important. 

    Hubspot’s Social Media Tool: How To and Why, From a Hubspot Partner


    Hubspot is a tool! And like all tools if it’s not being used correctly you won’t achieve the results you desire or expect and that it is capable of delivering.

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    How Traditional Marketers Can Make The Shift To Social Media Marketing

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    My career in marketing started before emails and the internet.  In fact in my first job (and Im under 40) I was using a typewriter.

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    Inbound Marketing Takes Internet Marketing Live On Hubspot


    Why do the experts in internet marketing turn to Hubspot?

    As a Hubspot Partner Im always excited to help businesses get started with the Hubspot software and help them with their weekly marketing needs - however my newest client to Hubspot had me asking some questions...

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    Why I Asked To Be A Hubspot Partner


    Several years ago I identified the need to optimize our website with keywords so we could rank higher in the search engines.  Through my research in looking for the ‘best' search engine optimization company to employ, I quickly learnt that SEO wasn't something that you do once, it was ongoing and continually changing.  Not only that, the seo experts I was speaking with charged in excess of $1000 with no guarantee.  I decided it was going to be cheaper and better long term, for me to learn seo and make the changes myself.  So I spent a considerable about of time studying SEO until I knew what we needed to do with regards to optimizing the website, headings, page titles, meta descriptions and rewriting the website copy.  But the next challenge I ran into was updating our website.  Our web developer charged $100 p/hr to make the changes. This didn't provide me with the flexibility I needed to upload new content, test and measure results and change offers, calls to action. Also we needed to start a blog, but again the cost factor outweighed any financial benefit we could foresee.  It was frustrating and expensive, to say the least.

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