I recently sat down with Verblio CEO Steve Pockross to pick his brain on the motivation behind their total rebrand from Blogmutt, and how they’re doing content creation differently.
What the full interview here:
Announcing the New VP of Global Partner Strategy & Operations
“We’re thrilled to announce that Katie Ng-Mak has been promoted to VP of Global Partner Strategy and Operations. She will lead our efforts to support, grow, and evolve the program."
This announcement isn't necessarily a huge deal, but it does highlight the continued focus and effort on the HubSpot Partner program. If you're a partner, don't be surprised if you see some new program changes in the near future!
Upcoming Changes to Webhooks in Workflows
“First, moving forward, secure (https) URLs will be required. URLs that use http will no longer be supported. (Not familiar with https? Read this) Workflow webhook actions send information from the contact profile over the internet. As such, it’s important to make sure this information is secure and not at risk. Moving to https URLs ensure the security of your customers’ data at all times.
Second, the GET method will no longer be supported; moving forward webhooks will only be able to use POST. In full transparency, GET webhooks in Workflows are used by less than 3% of Workflows users, and feedback on their value has been mixed; often, the GET method doesn’t do what our users expect, because HubSpot doesn’t handle any returned data.
On December 17, these two features (http and "GET" support in webhooks) will be removed. From that date forward, webhook actions with either http or GET will be skipped, and will display a validation error on the action, as well as a message on the Workflows history page reflecting the error.”