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Articles / 21.06.2016

According to a recent study by Pardot, 80 percent of consumers are more likely to evaluate solutions from the brands they follow on social channels. It’s also been revealed that 67 percent of people are more likely to buy from brands they follow on Twitter, and that 79 percent of people will recommend brands they follow. With more than 2.3 billion...

Articles / 21.06.2016

Written by Jacqueline Zenn Most of us joke about being addicted to things like Snapchat or Instagram, and we’re all probably guilty of compulsively checking our phones for updates. However, social media is changing more than just our immediate behavior. Think about it: We’ve all seen the infamous commercials illustrating the effects of various illegal substances on your brain, but most of us haven’t consideredhow seemingly innocuous...

Articles / 21.06.2016

by Rachel Sprung Now more than ever, businesses are focusing on creating delightful mobile website experiences. After all, Google has been heavily favoring mobile-friendly websites since they updated their algorithm in April 2015 and again in March 2016. And that's crucial, seeing as there have been more Google search queries on smartphones than on desktop computers and tablets for over a year...

Articles / 21.06.2016

Written by Lindsay Kolowich  Before we publish anything on the HubSpot blog, we always take a minute to optimize its URL for both our readers and search engines. It's an SEO best practice that's withstood Google's many algorithm changes over the years. While your URL structure isn't the be-all-end-all of your SEO efforts, using SEO-friendly URLs on your site can give you...

Articles / 21.06.2016

Written by Lindsay Kolowich Practicing good inbound marketing means sending emails to people who actually wantto hear from you. But oftentimes, your emails still end up getting lost in the inbox clutter -- or worse, in the spam folder. And then, when someone actually opens your email, they don't actually click through. You may often think to yourself, "Ugh. I just can't win." I've...

Articles / 21.06.2016

By: Larry Kim Your organic click-through rate is ridiculously important. While it may not be a direct ranking signal that's even part of Google's core algorithm, I believe CTR is an indirect signal that definitely impacts rank. And if you improve your click-through rate, you should see your rankings and conversions improve. Although having a high organic CTR is crucial, having positive...

Articles / 21.06.2016

By Daniel Marks This was one of the first television commercials to ever air: Talking to the camera on a mic was the obvious way to leverage television: after all, that's how radio commercials worked. Now, advertisers could just put radio commercials on television. What an exciting new advertising medium! As it turns out, putting radio commercials on television wasn’t really the best use...

Articles / 21.06.2016

By Kendall Walters Even if you haven’t heard of Instant Articles yet, it’s likely you’ve seen them. Denoted by a lightning bolt icon on the image preview of articles on Facebook, Instant Articles are fast-loading versions of web stories that have been optimized for mobile. When users click on an Instant Article, they stay on Facebook to view the content, rather than...