There’s a fine line between smart marketing automation and spam. Similarly, there’s a fine line between what a recipient sees as a marketing automated email and a ‘hand-written’ one.
Creating fresh optimised content on a weekly basis is really important to achieve long-term success with Search Engine Optimisation. But SEO needn’t be daunting with HubSpot. In this quick guide, you’ll learn how to optimise your HubSpot website pages, blogs, and landing pages to give your business the best chance of being found by your target personas.
Your blog is your business’ voice. In its simplest form, it’s the main medium where you communicate your top-level value to your visitors. If you build a subscriber list, you’re able to continue that conversation over weeks and months, automatically. And by providing your audience with consistent value with these blog subscription emails, you are, with each post, increasing your chances of converting your subscribers into customers.
HubSpot smart forms are pretty great, you can do so much more with them. You can customise them, or you can select from field types such as open text fields, dropdowns menus, radio select buttons, check boxes, and more.
What is AMP?
AMP (Accelerated mobile pages) is a google-backed project with the aim of speeding up pages using stripped back code known as AMP HTML.
Analysing your HubSpot data doesn’t have to be a pain, as long as the end result is valuable. Following these 5 steps will give you a clear plan of action to stitch up the holes in your marketing.
David recently went over to Ireland to be interviewed by HubSpot, like the fancy-pants he is. Check out the video below to learn about our partnership with them, and how it has not only helped our clients, but our own business, too:
We have some more exciting news for you – just earlier this week we were listed as one of the four HubSpot certified CMS Design Partners in the UK!
“Why isn’t my landing page converting?”
Landing pages are an essential inbound method which helps you to build a solid email list. But they take a lot of testing and optimising, and you’ll be surprised to know how many companies don’t quite get it right.
Here are 11 statistics to consider that’ll help you form better LPs and gain more leads: