Thanks for all your support in 2008 - we're up to 200 iTunes subscribers and are getting 10,000 views per month
Something cool to talk about on HubSpot TV would be best practices for status updates on Facebook and Twitter. There are those of us (myself included) who use the Twitter for Facebook application to keep everything in sync. But this annoys a lot of Facebook users due to the pace that I tweet (which is only 5 times a day that aren't @replies). (from Ellie: Dare I plug my own blog? Feel free to grab the content from here:
Marketing Takeaway: Page Rank is becoming less and less important over time, so don't worry about it. Monitor your search ranks for important keywords, but don't obsesss about them. The goal is to increase overall traffic from Google via SEO, not to worry about ranking #1 for a particular phrase.
Internet Overtakes Newspapers as Top News Source
For young people (under 30 like Karen, not like Mike), the Internet is overtaking TV as the top source.
Marketing Takeaway: To get into newspapers or on TV you had to pay a lot of money for advertising. On the Internet, you can publish your own blog, pictures, videos and more for very low cost. This is another proof point that inbound marketing is the next phase of marketing.
Marketing Takeaway: Twitter is not mainstream yet, and there are a lot of the 5 million estimated users that are not that active. But, it is growing fast and getting started now gives you an advantage later.
I read in a post by one of the inbound gurus from Hubspot (cant recall which post) that hubspot has over time "trained Google" to visit Hubspot very frequently looking for fresh content. I am assuming everybody here would love to know how this can be done? Is creating fresh content almost on a daily basis is the only way? Is there anything else you need to do in conjunction with creating new and meaningful content?