A Brief Timeline of the History of Blogging
SEPTEMBER 13, 2016
Welcome to the HubSpot Marketing Blog. Merriam Webster currently defines a blog as “a web site on which someone writes about personal opinions, activities, and experiences.” As the practice developed, some of the more popular monikers were “ weblog ,” “ personal web page ,” and “online diary.” 1998-2001: More resources for bloggers. Blogger, c. Greetings, readers.
getting stuff done with ms outlook
The Effective Marketer
FEBRUARY 25, 2009
The Effective Marketer Effectiveness is a discipline and it can be learned Home About the Effective Marketer Books Speaking Getting Stuff Done with MS Outlook Note: the tips I give below work in MS Outlook 2003 as well as 2007 version. Outlook 2007 has even more features for helping you categorize stuff, but we’ll keep it simple for now and focus on the features available in both versions.
From 'Tiffany Blue' to 'Minion Yellow': How Pantone Changed the Way We Think About Color
MARCH 20, 2016
This post originally appeared on HubSpot's Agency Post. What was once a solely utilitarian product for designers and printers, Pantone’s color chips have gained a cult following from design-minded individuals who are accustomed to bloggers distilling weddings and apartments and even movies into corresponding color palettes. To read more content like this, subscribe to Agency Post.
How to Use Hashtags on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram
FEBRUARY 8, 2016
These hashtags tie public conversations from all different users into a single stream, which you can find by searching for a hashtag, clicking on one, or using a third-party monitoring tool like HubSpot's Social Inbox. Back in 2007 when hashtags were a brand new concept, Google's Chris Messina realized the value of hashtags right away. What Does 'Hashtag' Mean? February 5, 2016.
Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
JANUARY 17, 2011
70% of bloggers are organically talking about brands on their blog, and 38% of them post brand or product reviews. 35% of bloggers are professional journalists. 5% of Americans had heard of Twitter in 2008; that figure rose to 87% last year. Frequent best-of contributor Brian Solis shares stats from Technorati showing that nearly half of all bloggers are U.S.-based, Adam T.
better time management with smart calendars
The Effective Marketer
MARCH 12, 2009
In order to give other people access to your calendar in outlook, do the following (Outlook 2003 and 2007): Go to “tools – options” Click on “Calendar Options” Click on “Resource Scheduling” Click on “Set Permissions” Click on the “Permissions” tab Click on the “Add” button, the contacts list will open up Select the person you’d like to add to your permissions list and select from the drop down list of ‘Permission Level’ the type of role that user will have. If using MS Outlook 2007, you are lucky! This will help you in two ways. This is a GREAT time saver.
Top 35 B2B Marketing Posts for May 2010
B2B Marketing Zone Posts
JUNE 9, 2010
22 Educational Social Media Diagrams - Hubspot , May 24, 2010 Everyone learns differently. Junta42 was started as a blog ( this post is proof from April, 2007 ) and I still believe it is one of the most important things you can do as a business (as long as you have the right strategy). Stop boring me with your blogs - grow - Practical Marketing Solutions , May 16, 2010 I’ve compiled a list of the world’s most chronically boring bloggers. One person is. Best of B2B Marketing. May 2010. Great stuff in the world of B2B Marketing this month. Enjoy. come at a price.