Though WordPress has come an incredibly long way from its blogging roots, there’s still a certain degree of skepticism in some industries about whether it’s a platform that’s ready for business adoption.
If you run a store-front business or offer a service that is within a specific local-based geographic area, then you will want to focus your marketing efforts on getting in front of local traffic.
If you’ve just subscribed to HubSpot’s software or are thinking of subscribing, you may be interested in knowing what goes into getting set up with HubSpot, or as we like to call it, HubSpot onboarding.
The tone and style of your brand’s message can make or break your company. No matter what you’re selling, your voice emulates company values and beliefs. Your messaging is your recognition. No matter what you are saying or where you are posting it, your customers will know it’s you.
What exactly is inbound marketing and why are businesses talking so much about it? With inbound marketing, the focus is on generating relevant content in order to attract more views while adding value to customer purchases. Ultimately, the goal is to attract those visitors to you, convert them into customers and exceed their expectations for the rest of their buying journey. So how exactly do you attract the right people? The main step is to identify your target audience, all thanks to the help of a strong inbound campaign.