Did you know that within HubSpot you can customise and track your website’s monthly progress against custom SMART goals? For example, if you need to reach a certain target in terms of website visits or lead numbers per month, your SMART goals will give you a quick, realistic idea of how close you are to reaching that goal. Pretty handy, right? Let’s walk through how to set them up…
So you’ve got Salesforce all nicely integrated with HubSpot, but you’ve noticed some contacts are still struggling to sync. Here’s how to identify what’s gone wrong to break down this wall between Sales and Marketing:
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.
As a salesperson, wouldn’t your job be ten times easier if you already knew who wanted to potentially buy from you?
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.