A recent Pew Internet study revealed that 92% of U.S. adults use search engines to find information on the Web. Such data reinforces HubSpot’s interest in the future of search.
In a 2010 Constant Contact survey 40% of respondents said they used social media for event marketing. That piece of data represents a larger trend—a shift from traditional methods of marketing your events to newer and more collaborative methods.
The New Rules of Marketing and PR was originally published in 2007. Man, have we come a long way! In 2006, when I was writing the book, HubSpot had just been founded, Twitter didn't yet exist, and Facebook was only for students.
2010 has been a great year for HubSpot -- all thanks to you! Our community has inspired each one of our teams to work hard, experiment, and embrace constant learning. With the holiday season in full swing, we at HubSpot wanted to say thank you and send warm wishes your way!
Only a few months ago, Brian Halligan, HubSpot’s CEO and co-founder, was named one of BtoB Magazine's Who's Who in B-to-B 2010 in the demand generation category for his success in helping businesses “get found” online. It was an apt honor, since "helping businesses get found" is exactly what Brian’s vision has been for HubSpot all along.
Did you know that inbound marketing results in a 50% lower cost per lead? This piece of data, along with more quick facts about the evolving universe of marketing, make up this new HubSpot video.
Mike's hunting potential, however, will be complemented by the fishing skills of Dan Dunn, Sam Clemens and Yoav Shapira. In case hunting doesn't work out for the team, the three of them can catch fish and save all developers from starvation.