After recently hitting Elite status, it was only a matter of time until we were on to the next thing. That’s why we’re so excited to announce we’ve acquired Canadian HubSpot agency, Larmahil. From our humble beginnings as a HubSpot Partner in a small office with six people, today we’re expanding...Read More
Luke Carthy is an eCommerce Consultant, which is another way of saying online shopping God. He came down to Digital 22’s LOVE INBOUND event to talk about eCommerce, some of the common problems people face and how to get the most out of Google Analytics (GA). Check out Luke in action below.
“What is creativity? Why is it so important, now and in the future?” asked Kirsty Hulse, the Founder and Managing Director of Roar! Training and Manyminds, at our LOVE INBOUND event. In her talk, Kirsty focused on the science of creativity and how we as marketers and business leaders can really capitalise upon it, becoming even more creative in the process.
Growth-Driven Design (GDD) is a methodology we’re pioneering here at Digital 22. Even though we’ve been trained by Luke Summerfield himself, it was pretty cool to hear him talk about it at our LOVE INBOUND event.
“Breakthroughs only happen when you are completely and utterly blocked.” This was the beginning of Meghan Keaney Anderson’s talk at LOVE INBOUND 2020. Anderson is the VP of Marketing at HubSpot, so as you can imagine, she knows her stuff.
LOVE INBOUND 2019 provided so much insight and it’s no surprise some of our lot wanted to be in the spotlight the following year. Our very own Head of Creative, Paul Mortimer, took to the stage and asked the all-important question, “How long should a blog be?”
We know that video is making waves in the marketing industry, and more and more businesses are reaping the benefits. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to stand out, captivate prospects and most importantly - convert leads to deals.
Well, LOVE INBOUND 2020 is in the can and Aleks is editing the footage and podcasts for you. As. We. Speak. Big thanks to everybody who turned out for our free marketing event, at the end of February. And massive shout out to all the amazing speakers who came from both sides of the Atlantic to deliver some amazing talks.
It can be difficult to prioritise personal development when there’s lots of work to be done at the office. Putting time aside to attend a marketing event can seem scary or selfish at first. With impending deadlines breathing down your neck and the fight to stay relevant in the evolving marketing industry - it can seem impractical.
In today’s eager to learn society, there are so many interesting and high-quality conferences to attend. Every niche and sector is catered for, industry leaders share their most pivotal knowledge and valuable insights are gained. Letting employees leave the office for an event is a small cost for the long-term benefits you’ll reap.
Trying to keep up with digital marketing trends can seem like a walking nightmare for marketers. You take in one amazing learning to boost your marketing strategy, yet three new algorithms are rolled out. Automation tools, new products, software - the list goes on.
These days, there are so many brilliant ways to learn and work on your skills. You can read or write blogs, you can sign-up to webinars, listen to podcasts on the way to work or create a playlist of how-to videos on YouTube. Although, there’s still nothing quite like face-to-face learning in the form of conferences.
The first-ever LOVE INBOUND event proved to be a massive success. The entire team at Digital 22 enjoyed talking all things inbound marketing with those in attendance and the positive feedback we received about the event as a whole has all but confirmed that the second annual LOVE INBOUND will be going ahead.
On the surface, it doesn’t seem like what AdRoll has to offer would benefit the LOVE INBOUND event or inbound marketing at all. But after hearing what AdRoll’s Head of SMB Account Management, Johanna Eichhorst, had to say, it’s obvious just how beneficial display advertising can be when it comes to fuelling growth for your business.
No inbound marketing event would be complete without input from HubSpot. That’s why at our first-ever LOVE INBOUND event, we managed to secure three industry leaders, Christian Kinnear, Aidan O’Leary and Robbie McFarlane who flew over from HubSpot’s Dublin headquarters. In this blog, we’ll touch on what Robbie had to say at LOVE INBOUND.
If you were fortunate enough to be at LOVE INBOUND 2019, then you’ll have enjoyed fantastic talks from industry leaders, the opportunity to network with other inbound marketers and delicious food courtesy of Holmes Mill.
The first ever edition of LOVE INBOUND was a fantastic opportunity to hear from some of the industry’s leading speakers, including Terrance Kwok, Product Manager at Vidyard. If you weren’t lucky enough to be in attendance, then you can watch videos of all of the talks on the Digital 22 blog.
Hosting LOVE INBOUND was a pretty nerve-wracking experience for the entire team. While it went down a massive success, it’s never easy being the first one on stage in front of a room full of inbound marketing enthusiasts you’ve never seen or met.
After a hectic few months, we finally moved into our brand spanking new office in the renovated Holmes Mill in Clitheroe. Keeping up with the big milestones, the entire team at Digital 22 pulled together to create, host and successfully deliver our first-ever LOVE INBOUND event by giving people who are passionate about inbound marketing the chance to hear from industry experts.
Our first ever LOVE INBOUND event was a huge success. Not only was it an amazing day for all involved, but the level of knowledge and expertise on display was incredible. We had guest speakers from industry leaders and Digital 22’s own team and we’re certain that nobody in attendance could’ve possibly gone away without bags more knowledge than they started with.