Welcome back to The Hubcast, folks: A weekly podcast all about HubSpot news, tips, and tricks. Please also note the extensive show notes below, including some new HubSpot video tutorials created by George Thomas.
Free Guide: The Inbound Marketer’s Guide to Maximizing HubSpot ROI
I dig their Get Inbound button at the top right. The soft movement caught my eye.
Their creativity with the use of dogs throughout the site is fun.
I like how their home page is broken into sections specifically on attract, convert, close, and delight. You can also dive deeper into each of those sections on additional pages.
They have an Our Guarantee page describing what clients can expect from them if goals aren't being made.
They show results on their Portfolio page, a great resource section, and there is just a bunch of cool things going on there.
HubSpot Connect - Start A Fire Integration
Start A Fire is a content and audience tool for content creators. When Marketers or publishers share content online with Start A Fire, their software ads a “badge” to the content with your recommendations to help guide users to more of your suggested content.
After signing up, you are able to attach content recommendations within any link you would like to share, by pasting it to the Start A Fire dashboard or by using one of their tools.
With your HubSpot and Start A Fire accounts connected, all scheduled social post links will automatically include their badge and recommended content.
Be able to add captions to photos in HubSpot's photo editor.
Kevin says, "one of our clients wanted to credit a photo in an article and asked how to add a caption in HubSpot's photo editor. Unfortunately, HubSpot doesn't have this feature (although you can add stickers of mustaches and cigars to pictures, which we can all agree is much more important than citing a source). I went to see if this was already a wish list item and found a forum dated back to 2011 saying that this feature was in development. There were even comments as recent as a few weeks ago asking if it will ever be in development! Not everybody has Photoshop or knows how to edit pictures, so if you'd like to be able to add a simple caption to your photo, please Up-vote this. Thanks Hubcast community."