Marketing in 2014: David Meerman Scott & Brian Halligan on What's Changed

    by Lindsay Kolowich

    Date

    September 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM

    watering-flowers-flowerA lot's happened in the marketing world in the last few years. Social networks have gone even more mainstream, Vine's become a thing, Twitter's made analytics available for everyoneGoogle's algorithm has changed (several times ... no surprise there), and we've watched the prevalence of inbound marketing grow and grow.

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    How to Launch and Grow a Business Blog From Scratch [SlideShare]

    by Anum Hussain

    Date

    September 17, 2014 at 11:00 AM

    INBOUND-2014-stop-marketing-start-hacking-other-1Roughly six months ago, I was tasked with launching a new business blog for Sidekick, an email productivity tool built in HubSpot's startup labs.

    I thought sure, I've been blogging for HubSpot for over two years. Taking full ownership of a new content entity should be easy, right?

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    Getting Exceptional Growth: Meet the New HubSpot Marketing Platform

    by Dharmesh Shah

    Date

    September 17, 2014 at 7:00 AM

    hubspot_marketing_platform_product_launchYears ago, when Brian and I started HubSpot, we were on a singular mission. We wanted to help companies get off of the sidelines and into the game. The internet had changed everything, and too many businesses were missing out on the massive potential this created. 

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    The A-Z Guide of Must-Read Business Books [SlideShare]

    by Emma Snider

    Date

    September 16, 2014 at 1:00 PM

    business_books-1This post originally appeared on the Sales section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Sales.

    September means back to school for kids nationwide. Another year of syllabi, textbooks, tests, and lots and lots of new facts.

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    5 Ways You Can Add Social Proof to Your Landing Pages

    by Lindsay Kolowich

    Date

    September 16, 2014 at 8:00 AM

    army-pants-and-flip-flopsImagine you and I were chatting, and I leaned in and told you, "I'm a really amazing oil painter. People look at my paintings and think they're photographs. My work brings out emotions people didn't even know they had -- I'm that talented."

    Would you believe me? Or would you write me off as pretty self-serving? 

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