Are you confused — even intimidated — by Google Analytics? Good news: you’re not alone. GA is notoriously complicated.
Many of us can recall a time in high school when we were sitting in math class and thinking, “When am I ever going to use this stuff in the real world?” And then we suddenly find ourselves in the real world, only to realize that numbers actually do play a pivotal role in what … Read more
As a writer, I’ve never been very good at math. I know … shocking.
Most marketers can relate, because as a bunch, we tend to be better at English and history than math and science.
However, as a marketer, we need to be able to analyze data and calculate the effectiveness of an article or campaign, even though math might not be our strong suit.
Dictionary.com defines marketing as, “the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising.”
I love online shopping. In fact, online shopping is almost the only way I shop.
And I’m not alone.
I don’t know about you, but I miss taking classes. I miss taking notes, studying, and most of all, learning a ton of new skills. That’s not to say I don’t learn a lot on the job here at HubSpot — because I absolutely do. But sometimes, there’s nothing quite like listening to a lecture, … Read more
Like many of the people who work in the industry, digital marketing was born in the 1990s. Back then, email was the age of most college graduates, AT&T launched the first banner ad, and the CRM industry was just starting to thrive.
It’s probably safe to assume a major part of your marketing strategy today is digital. Consumers and businesses alike are almost always online and on-the-go — and you want to be able to reach them and observe their behavior where they spend their time.