Right now, we’re living in a world where the client is empowered. They know what they want, when they want it, and where, how and why they want it. They have their own ways of finding information and knowing the benefits of the products they're looking for. So, what is the role of a salesperson in this case? They don't need to explain what they're offering because the consumer already knows.
José Martins, Senior HubSpot Inbound Marketing Specialist, kicked off the seminar “Spam Calling is Dead,” held by the Santiago HubSpot User Group (HUG) and Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, with over a hundred marketing and sales representatives to check the main digital marketing trends in Chile.
Choosing to develop an Inbound Marketing strategy, either in-house or through an agency requires careful consideration. The first one is whether the product, service or industry your company serves will make the most of the capacities that Inbound can generate.
Once upon a time, Albert Einstein, Confucius, Plato, and Aristotle were having a drink. Can you imagine the topic of that conversation? The jokes between them? The wit? I imagine knowledge and experience being shared between them, because they all believed there is a deep bond between knowledge and experience, in fact, that there cannot be knowledge without experience.
HubSpot's Content Marketing Certification opened up a range of topics, practices and tools I was eager to dig into in more detail, as it's the perfect complement to an Inbound Marketer developing and writing a content strategy.
Does Inbound Marketing truly work? That was the 1st question I asked myself when being explained what my job was going to be about during my first day. When I started, the whole concept was completely alien to me. Not only I knew how to do traditional marketing, but my role was all about public relations, never having to sell a product.
Your website is the first interaction people have with your brand. It's usually what determines the future of your company, and the work behind it can take over a year between its development and launch. But, even if just creating this platform can be seen as a display of the company’s products or service, there is a factor that everyone involved should consider when creating this: the potential of growth it has.
Growth Driven Design (GDD) is not just a website development method, but a marketing strategy and project management model.
According to HubSpot’s Growth Driven Design Founder Luke Summerfield, traditional methods imply a greater risk for those who implement this new strategy, because it is all “based on assumptions” and it is “static for an average of two years”, while GDD is made based “on actual data and with constant growth”.
My journey with Inbound in 2016 has taught me a lot. In this blog post I don't want talk about methodology or metrics, or ROI, or tactics - none of that. I want to talk about the human side of Inbound.
I remember sitting in the audience at #Inbound16 and listening to Dharmesh mention how he preferred his computer over humans. I do too. I much prefer spending time with a computer or upside down on my yoga mat.