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by Carolyn Edgecomb Carolyn Edgecomb on March 11, 2013

24 Inbound Marketing Quotes to Inspire You

March 11, 2013

inbound marketing quotesAre you looking for some inspiration?


Whether you're an inbound marketing agency or a company interested in learning more about inbound marketing. Who wouldn't love some inspiration from inbound marketing professionals and key figures throughout history?


You'll find quotes from people like HubSpots CMO Mike Volpe to Rand Fishkin the CEO of SEOmoz to historical figure Benjamin Franklin.


We hope we can help you find some inspiration with some great marketing quotes.


 24 Inspiring Inbound Marketing Quotes


1. “You don’t get paid for the hour. You get paid for the value you bring to the hour.”  - Jim Rohn (@OfficialJimRohn)


2. “Instead of one-way interruption, web marketing is all about delivering useful content at just the precise moment that a buyer needs it.” - David Meerman Scott (@dmscott)


3. "Don’t be afraid to get creative and experiment with your marketing." - Mike Volpe (@mvolpe)


4. "Give them quality. That’s the best kind of advertising." - Milton Hershey


5.  "Marketing isn’t magic. There is a science to it." - Dan Zarrella (@danzarrella)


6. "Great marketers are matchmakers. We find ways to get offerings people love in front of the people most likely to love them." - April Dunford (@aprildunford)


7. "Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing about." Benjamin Franklin


8. "In today’s information age of marketing and web 2.0, a company’s website is the key to their entire business." - Marcus Sheridan (@TheSalesLion)


9. "More contact means more sharing of information, gossiping, exchanging, engaging – in short, more word of mouth." - Gary Vaynerchuck (@garyvee)


10. "People shop and learn in a whole new way compared to just a few years ago, so marketers need to adapt or risk extinction." - Brian Halligan (@bhalligan)


11. "Search, a marketing method that didn’t exist a decade ago, provides the most efficient and inexpensive way for businesses to find leads." - John Battelle (@johnbattelle)


12. "Doing well with blogging is not about writing one key post, it is about performing day after day and helping a few people at a time. - Aaron Wall (@seobook)


13. "Word of mouth marketing has always been important. Today, it’s more important than ever because of the power of the internet." - Joe Pulizzi and Newt Barrett (@juntajoe and @newtbarrett)


14. "Good content should be at the heart of your strategy, but it is equally important to keep the display context of that content in mind." - Tim Frick (@timfrick)


15. "Marketers need to build digital relationships and reputation before closing a sale." - Chris Brogan (@chrisbrogan)


16. "You want to invent new ideas, not new rules." - Dan Heath (@heath_dan)


17. "Take two ideas and put them together to make one new idea. After all, what is a snuggie but the mutation of a blanket and a robe?" - Jim Kukral (@JimKukral)


18. "Real time is a new mindset in marketing, and that’s what inbound marketing is all about." - David Meerman Scott (@dmscott)


19. "Don’t build links. Build relationships." - Rand Fishkin (@randfish)


20. "Marketing = getting people to know, like and trust you." - John Jantsch (@ducttape)


21. "It’s no longer about pitching the Today Show. It’s about creating content that will attract the Today Show." - David Meerman Scott (@dmscott)


22. "Content is king." - Bill Gates (@BillGates)


23. "Inbound marketing is a lot more cost effective than traditional, outbound marketing." - HubSpot (@HubSpot)


24. "Content is not storytelling; it’s telling a true story well." - Ann Handley (@MarketingProfs)


Which one is your favorite?  Do you have any inspirational inbound marketing quotes I missed? Let us know what you think.

Carolyn Edgecomb

Carolyn Edgecomb

As an account manager at IMPACT, Carolyn is a key contributor towards the success of client marketing campaigns through the execution of strategy and task based duties. She has a passion for anything that’s inbound marketing. Staying on top of the latest social media updates and marketing trends allows her to strategize and develop solutions that fit the needs of the client. When she’s not spending an overwhelming amount of time on Pinterest, you’ll find her shopping and catching up on the latest inbound marketing trends. Who doesn’t love a good book, blog article, or cup of frozen yogurt?

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