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Digital Marketing Weekly: Issue 133
Looking for a HubSpot Review? [Here's What We Love]
Alright, alright - we know what you’re thinking: as a HubSpot partner, how can Greyphin possibly give an honest review about what they have to offer? This, my friends, is a fair question; but here at Greyphin, we believe in living honorable lives by telling the truth, even to strangers on the internet (we won’t give you our credit card numbers, so don’t get any ideas here). All jokes aside, this week’s blog post is dedicated to giving our readers a 100% honest HubSpot review to help provide insight on how to use the tool to boost your marketing strategy in all the right ways.
As always when it comes to these earth-shattering review blogs, let’s start with the basics of what HubSpot is all about.
A Review of Mailchimp [An Email & Inbound Marketing Tool]
What’s this - another review blog from Greyphin? Say it ain’t so! Seriously, though, this week’s blog is yet another review of a popular email & inbound marketing tool called Mailchimp. And, yes, before you say anything - we love the name, too!
Before monkeying around with the pros and cons of Mailchimp, we’re going to give you a quick summary of what exactly this software does.
Does My Business Need a Website? 12 Reasons Why & 5 Reasons Why Not
If your business is reasonably successful, you may come up with many reasons why an effective website isn’t all that relevant for you.
Sure, you understand the need to have some web presence, but you might not believe that an effective website is going to make that big of a difference for your particular business — especially if you’re already plenty profitable.
What do you think? Do you need a website to run a successful business?
This article discusses reasons why having a business website is a wise investment and why you sometimes don’t need a website.
Why Twitter Fleets Were Discontinued [+Alternatives for Brands That Used It]
The social media landscape is constantly changing with new features being introduced, and old features being retired constantly.
Sometimes though, a new feature doesn’t quite do what the platform developers intended. Maybe it doesn’t work properly, or perhaps it just doesn’t have the outcome they were expecting. When that’s the case, it’s removed to make way for newer and better.
This is exactly what happened with Twitter Fleets. That’s right, after just 10 short months, Twitter Fleets have been discontinued.