There are so many Blogging Platforms today, which is the best and worse?Read more »
These new channels, Twitter and Facebook and YouTube and Tumblr and, yes, even blogs, are very distinct customer / participant experiences. Stale marketing or measurement thinking applied to them results in terribly sub optimal results for all involved.Read more »
As discussed in both the Twitter for Business webinar (by hubspot) and the Inbound Marketing book, one of the important things to do with any marketing channel is tracking the effectiveness for generating traffic, leads and conversions. I was wondering how people are tracking Twitter traffic back to Twitter.
We are seeking a talented and motivated Account Manager with strong online marketing and social media experience. This person should have a solid understanding of new media strategies and the ability to roll up their sleeves to help implement. This person will work directly with clients to build and execute ongoing strategies, hit deadlines and goals, and nurture ongoing relationships. This person should be a self-starter with the capacity to manage multiple projects at once. A high-level knowledge of the current social media landscape is a must. 4-6 years experience required.Read more »
Hubspot is very promising, it reminds me of what I used to use back in '99 - '00 while with MarketFirst, only HS has far more practical functionality - especially for SEM and Social Media.
The question I have is recognizing most businesses already have a website with Google Analytics, how have HS partners successfully addressed the tracking visibility issues associated with HS needing to host the pages/content for analytics & Salesforce CRM integration?
Please advise as I'm v-e-r-y interested in moving forward aggressively with Hubspot.
Here is a list of 30 Search Engine Optimization tools you should not live and work without.
* Keyword research tools
* Site Check Tools
* Link Tools
* Ranking Tools
* Analytics Tools
* Various other tools
Elekta Medical is beginning to 'see things differently' as they take steps to organically improve their search engine rankings. Here are the remaining six items (which brings us to a total of thirteen) that keeps them in perfect website health!Read more »
Social media as we all know is very time consuming and patience driven profession. While working for clients sometimes it becomes a necessaity to show them some immediate results, therefore i have couple of questions:
1) I want to know which soc. media listening tools are best out there:
I was wondering if I could hear about what tools to use for proving ROI to clients who are hesitating investing in Social Media for their businesses.
As an independent consultant, how do we access those tools or convince the client that it's worthwhile paying a fee to monitor?
Thanks! Cecilia Pineda Feret
I recently migrated my blog from Blogger to my own domain with Squarespace. I was using Google Analytics but Squarespace has its own statistics. I am having trouble, however, understanding their analytics feature; it is either too basic (compared with what I get from Google Analytics) or I don't know how to use it.
If anyone has any experience with Squarespace and can provide some advice I'd greatly appreciate it, thanks.