It went by quickly. There were thousands of people, colorful lights, loads of excitement, and it all took place in the historic city of Boston. Though it sounds similar to Pearl Jam at Fenway Park, it was actually the annual Inbound conference, hosted by HubSpot. The four-day event brought together professional marketers and speakers to discuss current best practices for inbound marketing. During the second day of the conference, CEO and co-founder of HubSpot, Brian Halligan, delivered a keynote speech that bid farewell to one of the industry’s most trusted companions: the funnel.
The easiest customer to get is the customer you already have. Keeping your existing clients returning is what builds a strong brand. Brand loyalty will keep them returning as well as bringing their friends. Surely, it was your intention to provide great service when you opened up the doors of your business; below is a list of how to get back to basics and make sure your service is better than ever.
Topics: Inbound Strategy
If you ask someone what they think of website pop-ups, you’re most likely going to hear that pop-ups are annoying. But the truth is that when used correctly, pop-ups can actually create a simplified conversion path and enhance user experience. In fact, pop-ups can be an important piece of an inbound marketing strategy that’s built to convert website visitors into leads for your business.
In the world we live in, styles and trends are constantly changing, and THANK goodness for that! I’m sure we can all remember a few fashion faux pas committed in our past. The great thing about change is it presents us with an opportunity to revamp ourselves, our wardrobes, and even our blog content.
Over time, our blog posts can become stale, outdated, and inaccurate, but a little TLC can bring them back to life.
Calls to action are among the most important tools when it comes to inbound marketing. CTAs direct people to take specific actions on your website and promote your landing page offers to help gain leads. But if you want to take CTAs to the next level, smart CTAs allow you to customize the experience that visitors, leads, and customers have on your website.
Topics: Inbound Strategy
What is a topic cluster?
Topic clusters and pillar pages go hand in hand but are not the same thing. A topic cluster is, as its name indicates, a cluster of subtopics that cover a range of information that relates to a core topic. It consists of pillar content, subtopics, and different articles to support it. If you want more information about pillar pages, read HubSpot’s article here.