HubSpot just released their all new HubSpot Video product that allows customers to host videos throughout the HubSpot platform. This is available in HubSpot Pro and Enterprise versions of the Sales, Marketing, and Service Hubs. Host and manage video files inside the HubSpot platform, and embed those videos into website pages, blog posts, and social media channels with just one click.
Through his incredible storytelling skills, Tony Gnau enlightens us with how and why we should be fitting videos into our very own marketing funnels. Tony and his team at T60 Productions are communication experts, content creators and above all else… storytellers. They guide their clients through the corporate video production process and create videos people enjoy watching.
Making a bad first impression can be the difference between attracting new business or losing out on an opportunity. With your competition only being a click away online, it’s important that your website immediately presents your business in a way that matches your expertise and professionalism.
The landscape of marketing among manufacturing companies is changing. If your company is still relying solely on outbound marketing (traditional advertising) by using print ads, trade shows, telemarketing and other costly tactics to generate new business by pushing messages outward – you are sure to experience something our partners at HubSpot call the “Oh S**T” Moment.
This is the moment when you realize that it is not only people looking for a Black Friday deal, a new phone or an electronic item that use Google for their search. Did you know that over 90% of B2B buyers (including those researching new manufacturing equipment and services) start their research online? If your potential customers can’t find you, they may find your competitor. And there is that moment…
When it comes to marketing, every business wants to spend less time managing tools and more time building relationships with prospects and customers. If you’re daily “marketing” routine is working with a lead generation tool on one platform, your email marketing tool on another, and then trying to integrate everything into a separate spreadsheet, you’re wasting valuable time.