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Harnessing the Power of a Workflow Delay [HubSpot Support Series]

by Jenny Sowyrda

Date

January 20, 2017 at 3:00 PM

HubSpot support seriesAs inbound marketers, we all know the importance of publishing the right content to the right audience at the right time.

But sometimes waiting for the right time can mean having to delay an email or hold off on moving a deal along too quickly; and in an industry where time is of the essence, no one wants to have to make a sticky note to remind themselves.

That’s where HubSpot’s Workflows tool comes into play.

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How to Check the Notification Frequency on Your Blog Subscription Form [HuBSPOT SUPPORT SERIES]

by Reed Gilbride

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October 12, 2016 at 10:00 AM

HubSpot support seriesAs any good marketer knows, content reigns supreme. Providing valuable information to your site's visitors positions your company as a trusted resource. However, if you can't deliver that valuable information in a consistent fashion, you leave your eager fans out on a limb. 

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Common Case File #3: Bounce Reasons [HubSpot Support Series]

by Paxton Nicholas

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July 27, 2016 at 1:30 PM

HubSpot support seriesHubSpot sends emails on your behalf. Sometimes, when an email cannot be delivered, it will bounceServer responses often mark their bounce back messages with seemingly nondescript information, passed on to you from strangely named senders such as "MAILER DAEMON" or "Message Delivery Notification System." MAILER DAEMON isn't some Email Deliverability villain. Daemon is just a 90’s term for a server. The not-so-fun truth is that the Mailer Daemon is not a little demon baby running around stabbing envelopes. It’s the server that you're trying to deliver email to, and when it bounces your email the bounce message describes why.

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What Should a Visitor See After Submitting a Form? [HubSpot Support Series]

by Tyler Scionti

Date

May 24, 2016 at 1:00 PM

HubSpot support seriesYour page is perfected, your form finalized, you are ready to rock and roll—but what will you do with the contacts who fill out your form?

There are three common directions that often present themselves. Once your contacts fill out a form, you can present them with an inline thank you message, send them an automated email reply, or enroll them in a workflow.

As to what you should do, it really depends on your goal: is this more of a one-off interaction, or an action that could immediately lead to something more? There are merits to each option, but rather than simply leave it at that, I’ll go in-depth and get some help from the 1993 hit (and arguably the best movie ever made), Jurassic Park, to use as a reference with specific examples and tips to better serve your marketing team.

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Common Case File #2: Forms

by Reed Gilbride

Date

April 20, 2016 at 2:00 PM

HubSpot support seriesIf your website is the face of your company, then forms are your company's eyes and ears—they're the method by which you gather information on visitors to your site who are interested in learning more. It stands to reason, then, that you'd want to take extra care of such all-important features. Because so much depends on users' forms, we here in Support get a fair amount of questions on them, and for the second "Common Case File" mini-topic, we'll be focusing on some of the questions related to forms that keep popping up.

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