Oct 9, 2012

10 Genius Ideas That Changed Marketing Forever
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HubSpot is an amazing company. If you are not familiar with their inbound marketing techniques and strategies for business development I suggest you visit this excellent post and stick around a while. This is just one of many informative and highly beneficial posts that comes out of HubSpot.

 

Nearly 40% of U.S. companies use blogs for marketing purposes. “This platform, if done properly, can generate tremendous traffic, leads and sales for your business that you

otherwise would not have had,” wrote Marcus Sheridan, Partner at River Pools and Spas and Founder of The Sales Lion. First, business blogging helps you in respect to search engine optimization (SEO). The more blog posts you publish, the more indexed pages you create for search engines to display in their results. Second, your blog is an asset that introduces you as a thought leader — it will help you earn people’s trust and stay top of mind for many in your

community. Finally, a blog gives you real estate to place calls-to-action in order to generate leads.

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