HubSpot offers a variety of tools for its users, and one of the most useful for those trying to grow organic traffic is the Topic Cluster Tool. This easy to use tool makes implementing topic clusters and pillar strategies easy in your HubSpot CMS. Let's take a look at what the tool is, how it works, and why you should use it.
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Why Email Marketing?
Despite its past success, did you know only 64% of small businesses use email marketing to reach their customers? There are a lot of ways email marketing can fit into your business and HubSpot is a great tool to help facilitate those efforts. Whether you’re a nonprofit looking to connect with donors, a technology company looking to nurture leads, or a small business simply wanting to have better conversations with customers, email marketing is your friend.
Website graders and SEO tools offer website owners and marketers an opportunity to learn what's happening with their site, from site speed to errors and more. But which one is best? How do you know what information matters? Today we're looking at three popular tools: Hubspot's Website Grader, SEMrush's Site Audit Tool, and Google Search Console's error reports.
Did you know Tribute Media hasn't had a real "salesperson" for more than a year now? While I wouldn't recommend that for most businesses, it works for us (as of this writing) because we've invested years of effort and expertise into building an inbound marketing machine that brings in enough leads who are already qualified, well-educated, and nurtured. From there, it's much easier for me to see them through to "closing the deal." As president of the agency, I wear many other hats and have much more responsibility beyond selling, so keeping track of active leads in HubSpot's CRM and using automation tools is essential to sustaining this model.
Last week, some of the Tribute team attended INBOUND, an annual conference in Boston filled with actionable education, endless inspiration, human connections and amazing keynote speakers. After those four and a half days of straight learning (and a bit of fun), we left Boston with over 32 pages of notes on how we could improve our client marketing strategies as well as our client experiences.
As we’re sharing these visions with the rest of our team and our clients, we wanted to touch on a few of the major takeaways that can be useful for everyone.