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  • 5 Signs You're Ready to Add Lead Nurturing to Your Marketing Strategy

    5 Signs You're Ready to Add Lead Nurturing to Your Marketing Strategy

    In a perfect inbound marketing world, your ideal customers would find your content online and be drawn to your website where they would read a few blog posts, maybe download a whitepaper and then make a purchase or reach out for more information right then and there. Of course, it never really works out that way. You may get many new leads to your website, but those leads don't go anywhere. Enter lead nurturing: the path you set down for yourself to help guide a person as they make the journey from a person who finds you at the awareness stage to a buyer.

  • Is Social Media Marketing Worth It?

    Is Social Media Marketing Worth It?

    The word on the street is that social media is an integral part of your digital marketing strategy. The experts all claim that you’d missing out if your social streams aren't all fired up and constantly pumped full of content. But is social media really as important as all the experts claim, or are too many of us only doing it because everyone else is?

  • Every Marketing Strategy Has Gaps: How Are You Shoring Yours Up?

    Every Marketing Strategy Has Gaps: How Are You Shoring Yours Up?

    A comprehensive digital marketing strategy requires skilled knowledge in many fields. From SEO and content to inbound marketing, do you have the capacity and the skill to handle every piece effectively? Most marketers know the basics of each digital marketing channel, however, you must resist the temptation to believe that surface knowledge is sufficient. Instead, think about the best ways to shore up the gaps in your marketing strategy by building partnerships and teams that specialize in specific marketing strategies so each effort will be more successful.  

  • What Makes for a Really Good Marketing Strategy?

    What Makes for a Really Good Marketing Strategy?

    Developing, implementing and measuring your marketing efforts can involve a lot of moving parts and have a lot of different fingers in the pie, so to speak. It's complex and challenging and can quickly turn into an overly-complicated mess if you're not careful. So what does it take to make  your marketing strategy really good? You must keep these 3 simple things in mind.

  • What to Do if Your Content Marketing Isn't Getting Results

    What to Do if Your Content Marketing Isn't Getting Results

    If there's one thing all marketing strategies have in common, it is the need to track the results of a campaign as it unfolds and make adjustments based on the results. Content marketing is no different. It’s not a set-and-forget marketing strategy. While keeping your channels full of new and interesting content is essential, if you're not getting the content marketing results you were expecting, it's time to make a change. Here are a few tips to help you zero in on the problem — and then fix it.

  • 3 Ways to Leverage Website Analytics in Your Content Marketing

    3 Ways to Leverage Website Analytics in Your Content Marketing

    If there's any magic to content marketing, it all starts with one word: audience. Content marketing works because it is focused on the people you are trying to reach rather than your business, products or services. It is there to give people what they want in the format they are looking for.

  • 5 Marketing Tactics You Need to Stop Doing

    5 Marketing Tactics You Need to Stop Doing

    True story: I received an email from a marketer who told me she had read our blog and enjoyed it, but she was wondering if I would replace a few of the articles I linked to in the blog to a whitepaper she had written. Her whitepaper, of course, was a better source to link to than the HubSpot resources on inbound marketing. In return, she'd link to our blogs.


    I immediately sent the message to my spam folder and promptly forgot about it until we started discussing some of the worst marketing examples we’ve run across in our day-to-day. Her request was an obvious ploy. These kind of marketing tactics work only in very particular situations — generally, you already need to have a well established reputation in your industry — and when they backfire, they can ruin a marketer's reputation not only with other marketers but with future clients, too.

  • Tips to Leverage Email Workflows to Improve Your Marketing Strategy

    Tips to Leverage Email Workflows to Improve Your Marketing Strategy

    Maybe you’ve heard email marketing is dead. Despite what some say, this couldn't be farther from the truth. 59 percent of B2B marketers cite email as the most effective channel for generating revenue. While 73 percent of B2B marketers say email is essential to growing their business. What is dead are old-school email tactics — and that's a good thing. Savvy marketers know that email marketing today is a combination of refining and layering your audience segmentation, providing value in the form of what your audience wants or needs in a particular moment and personalize the email message.

    If you're ready to revamp your email marketing strategy, these tips will help you set up workflows to improve your overall marketing strategy.

  • Is Content Marketing the Missing Piece to Your Marketing Puzzle?

    Is Content Marketing the Missing Piece to Your Marketing Puzzle?

    With so many businesses creating original content, can content marketing really be that effective for yours? The answer, of course, is yes. By adding a solid content marketing strategy to your marketing mix, you can reach your best audience and engage them with information they want and find helpful.

    Not convinced? Here's a look at how content marketing works, and how you can make it work for you.

  • Infographic Guide: Directing Content Creation with Buyer Personas

    Infographic Guide: Directing Content Creation with Buyer Personas

    In 2017, the Buyer Persona has become an integral part of the modern marketer’s digital strategy. These semi-fictional profiles are a foundational part of any inbound marketing campaign, but that doesn’t mean they’re always effective. If you treat your Personas as an afterthought or just one more step to cross off on your campaign planning checklist before you get to the “real” planning, they’ll be little more than an exercise in creative writing. When crafted with fact and purpose, however, they can be the lynchpin that turns your content from posts and updates into conversion opportunities.

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