If you’ve recently signed up for HubSpot or are considering HubSpot’s services, you've got a big question that needs answering: “Should I host my website with HubSpot?”
If only you could get advice from someone with lots of experience hosting sites with HubSpot and elsewhere so you could know what HubSpot does and doesn't do well.
Hey, that's us!
Carina Duffy, Inbound Marketing Consultant for IMPACT, knows a good website when she sees one.
Her INBOUND 2017 talk, "10 Things We've Learned from Doing Over a Hundred Throwdowns" was jam-packed with common mistakes and misconceptions anyone with a website needs to be aware of.
And, in case you were wondering, a "website throwdown" is where a group of experts in marketing, design, and UX get together to do a live review of a website – breaking down all that is good and bad about it.
If you’re in marketing, you might have heard of HubSpot. (If you are and you haven’t, I think you might need to ditch the Blackberry and sign up for Twitter, as soon as possible.)
You’ve outlined the look and feeling of your website, but now you’re baffled about how to translate those wireframes, mockups, or paper napkin sketches into a working, live site. Development can be its own mountain to climb. And you don’t go climbing Mount Everest without the proper training , gear, and expertise. Let us explain how we get you over the development mountain and into the valley of your beautiful website.
Building a website can seem like a great adventure or a daunting quest – either way, you know what you have currently and what you want to achieve, but you don’t have a clue how you’re going to get there. Here’s a roadmap of how we plan on getting your new website project launched and helping to convert your leads and to delight your customers.
Last year, your website was at the top of the search results. Now, it's down to page 5.
Many business owners are confused by this automatic drop in the search engine, but the problem is actually quite simple:
Most people think of web development as a one-time job. You build the website, host it, and wait for customers.
The problem with this notion is that it's outdated--and it can cost your business a lot of money in lost leads.
Here are 3 reasons you need to be updating your website constantly.