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The Evolution of HubSpot's Email Marketing Strategy: An Insider's Story

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Over the last eight years, lots of things have changed in HubSpot''s marketing. By the time I joined HubSpot and started our email marketing program, we already had thousands of people we could email -- a lot more than you''d expect at any company, let alone a startup no one had heard of. This didn''t seem so strange at first because of how we classified people as leads.

Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)

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30% of social media users access a social media site “several times a day,&# up from 18% in 2009. New Chart: Survey Says Inbound Marketing Budgets on the Rise by HubSpot Blog. 85% view company blogs as “useful,&# while 71% said the same for Twitter (up from just 39% in 2009). 2009 Twitter Demographics and Statistics Report by iStrategyLabs. While 28% of U.S.

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Written by Adam Blitzer June 16, 2009 at 5:38 pm Posted in Design , Marketing Strategy SpamAssassin Rules and what they Mean for your Emails leave a comment » For the past several years I have been following  SpamAssassin’s rule set  and I am always amazed by how many seemingly innocuous things (e.g. HubSpot demystifies SEO and social media for smaller companies. Marin.