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
2020 certainly presented us with some challenges. During the chaos, it also gave us more opportunities to learn and grow as marketers. With events going virtual, it meant industry experts could be accessed at the touch of a button.
With Zoom screens replacing stages due to COVID-19, the HubSpot User Group (HUG) had no choice but to go digital. At our very first live-streamed event, the second speaker to share not only his screen but also his insight was Andrew Munnelly. He’s a Customer Success Manager at HubSpot, so you could say he knows a thing or two about its sales tools.
With everybody flocking online and events on hold due to COVID-19, the Manchester HubSpot User Group (HUG) had no choice but to go digital. At our very first live-streamed event, our native HubSpot extraordinaire and Lead Inbound Strategist Samuel Banks took to the stage, well, Zoom screen.
The first talk at the final Manchester HUG of the year saw Richard Mann, Co-Founder of sales forecasting software QuarterOne, explain why it’s vital to build bridges from sales and marketing. Alongside showing off his superior LEGO skills, Richard explained to the audience that it’s not about building bridges between sales and marketing (as HubSpot already does that), but from sales and marketing to the rest of the organisation.
At the final Manchester HUG event of 2019, Customer Success Manager at HubSpot, Alexis Deuwel, touched on all the amazing updates HubSpot revealed at INBOUND 19 in Boston. This year was less about new products and more about optimising your experience on the platform, so check out Alexis’ full talk below to find out about the new updates.
The Manchester HUG in August was an incredible event. Three talks, three individuals with a wide range of experience and 46 like-minded attendees, all ready to learn about all things HubSpot and inbound marketing.
At the Manchester HUG, David Chaves Rodríguez, a Customer Training Specialist at HubSpot, took us on a deep dive into smart content and personalisation. At the end of the talk, the audience knew how and where we could personalise our websites.
At our latest HubSpot User Group event in Manchester, we were joined by Global Partner Program Manager at HubSpot and PR expert, Iliyana Stareva. She talked about the main steps to getting started with Inbound PR and how companies can successfully implement this new method into their strategies. Here are the key takeaways which you need to know about:
Artificial Intelligence is (kind of) taking over the world. Robots might not be revolting in an AI takeover with Will Smith as our only hope, but bots are the future, and you’re probably wondering whether or not your business needs to create or use a bot in your marketing efforts. To clear up the confusion and misconception of bots, HubSpot’s implementation specialist, Stephen Fuery delivered a talk on bots during the Manchester HUG event in August. Check out the video below to watch Stephen’s talk on bots, or continue reading to see what was covered.
Some marketers have been using video content for years, whilst others haven’t even considered it. At one of our Manchester HUG events our very own Mark Byrne covered all the aspects of using video on your website.
At our recent HubSpot User Group in Manchester, which covered account based marketing and the latest on GDPR legislation, Nikita Smits-Jørgensen, co-founder of BusinessBrew, came to talk about how the latter will change the way organisations approach data privacy. Here are the key takeaways that you need to know about.