Instagram has become the favorite social network of many — and, as a result of its popularity, its become a major platform for marketing opportunities.
By 2022, the number of email users around the world is expected to hit 4.3 billion.
Among all of those users are members of your target audience, a.k.a. quality leads and prospects you can work to reach and convert via email.
We’ve talked about it before, but diversity, inclusion, and belonging shouldn’t be about filling a quota. Instead, the goal should be to foster a true sense of belonging among your team, which is likely filled with people from all backgrounds.
This post is written by Kerry Shearer, “The Livestream Expert”. Kerry is a conference speaker, workshop presenter, online course creator and smartphone video trainer based in Sacramento, California.
Think about a website or app you love. What do you love about it? The ease of gathering relevant information? How you can buy something in one click (and have it delivered tomorrow)? Or how quickly it answers your questions?
Today, consumers have a lot of power — they can research your product or service and make purchase decisions entirely on their own. And rather than talking to one of your sales reps, they’re more likely to ask for referrals from members of their networks or read online reviews.
With more than 1 billion monthly active users, Instagram has established itself as an obvious platform for brands looking to expand their reach and engage with their audience.
Figuring out how to launch a successful Instagram contest, however, is much less obvious.
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t describe myself as a “technical” person.
In fact, the technical aspects of marketing are usually the hardest ones for me to conquer.
For example, when it comes to technical SEO, it can be difficult to understand how the process works.
This post is a part of Made @ HubSpot, an internal thought leadership series through which we extract lessons from experiments conducted by our very own HubSpotters.
How do customers discover new products nowadays? Despite there being many ways of becoming aware of a product, there is a simple route to considering it for purchase.