Happy Sunday everyone!
It’s the last day of June. Time is just flying by.
You might be sick of hearing me talk about HubSpot’s INBOUND conference, but this week they just released that Arianna Huffington, the president and editor-in-chief of The Huntington Post will be one of the amazing keynote speakers. I’m pretty excited, if you couldn’t tell.
Besides me talking about INBOUND, a new study from the Pew Research Center, stated “Americans under age 30 are strong supporters of traditional library services.” And yes, they are referring to reading actual books despite the growth in ebooks. And one of the biggest stories everyone is talking about is the name of Kim and Kanye’s baby girl, North West.
Without further ado, we’ve collected the inbound marketing trends and put them all in one convenient place.
Thank you for joining us on our blog this past week. We hope you have enjoyed what you’ve read, and hope to see you back here next week for the latest inbound marketing trends!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Inbound Marketing Trends
Not any old title is going to do. You need to prevent your readers from sleepy keyboard syndrome with attention grabbing blog titles. (Read More)
Learn what the 10 greatest children’s authors of all time can teach us about creating more remarkable content to improve our overall marketing strategy. (Read More)
Nurturing your social media relationship will help you turn your leads into customers and keep your current customers happy. (Read More)
To more effectively engage our audience, we only need to look at the way we order food for inspiration to market more successfully. (Read More)
Your value proposition is the first thing visitors see. Make them want to explore your website. You do not want them to click the back button. (Read More)
Prevent your blog from only having one direction by keeping a calendar to help stay organized and focused. (Read More)
Context marketing is all about the consumer and giving them the content they want and enjoy. (Read More)
You don’t want to be lost in the sea of other companies and booths. If your trade show or event isn’t remarkable you won’t be successful. (Read More)
Sales and marketing have been battling , unable to collaborate. Learn how to settle the sales and marketing conflict in six rounds. (Read More)
HubSpot’s social inbox tool allows marketers and business owners to monitor and engage in relevant conversations more efficiently, assisting in prospecting. (Read More)
Don’t use the same campaign for every trade show or event. You need to develop a unique campaign to ensure that your trade show pays off. (Read More)