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The Number One Reason Why Many Fail with Internet Marketing

Posted by Carole Mahoney  3/9/12 10:30 AM

Can Sales and Marketing Integration Save Time?

What is the one thing everyone always wishes they had more of? Money? Friends? Cars? Houses?

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Topics: sales and marketing strategy, lead generation, inbound internet marketing

AIDAs Analysis: The Real Importance of Marketing to Sales

Posted by Carole Mahoney  1/20/12 4:22 PM

An Inbound Marketing Agency's Evolution

Notice that I did not say revolution. Some readers and listeners may have heard me using the phrase revolution a lot lately. I feel that I should clarify a misconception. I have learned that a revolution is the culmination of, or turning point, in an evolutionary process. It isn't the type of thing that you are violenting overturning tables and established business processes.

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Topics: marketing strategy, smarketing process, inbound internet marketing

Explaining Inbound Internet Marketing to a 5 year old

Posted by Jess Stark  8/10/11 4:07 PM

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Topics: inbound internet marketing

Post Merger Integration of Inbound Marketing

Posted by Cheri Gaudet  8/1/11 11:30 AM

One of the great things about being a happy Hubspot customer is getting to attend Hubspot User Group (HUG) meetups. Aside from meeting amazing people and generally having a total blast, HUG offers customers the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a Hubspot employee to ask specific questions that are unique to their businesses. At my one-on-one at the Q3 HUG last month, I asked how businesses can use Hubspot to help with post merger integration for inbound marketing.

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Topics: inbound marketing, internet marketing, inbound internet marketing, inbound marketing for small business, post merger integration, internet marketing software

Why don’t my Internet Marketing Leads Convert?

Posted by Rick Roberge  5/30/11 8:00 PM

The crucial role of sales is apparent when we start talking about conversion rate. For marketing, conversion rate usually means how many people completed the form. For sales, conversion is the sound of the cash register ringing. how hard marketing has to work has a direct relation to how many sales need to be closed. The more sales closes, the less number of leads marketing has to generate. Too many businesses overlook sales optimization. Today's post is a guest post by Rick Roberge from one of our partners, Kurlan & Associates.  You can learn more about Rick on his LinkedIn profile and download his e-book, Sales Anecdotes and Their Antidotes.

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Topics: lead generation, inbound internet marketing

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