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MarTech Series Primers

MarTech Primers: Top HubSpot Marketing Tools

With CRM as the foundation, the HubSpot software is a pool of various digital tools for Marketing, Sales, and Service that improves all facets of your business. With HubSpot, you'll have all-in-one software to develop your business and conversion rates that lastly boost ROI. With HubSpot, you can set up lead catch forms, send kickback emails, and schedule sales meetings and enable live chat for visitors. Additionally, you can follow messages, plan deals gatherings, and live talk with guests. You can likewise set up a help…

5 Ways to Disrupt Video Marketing in 2017

Two mega events in 2017-- Super Bowl and the annual Oscars, left me wondering how many viewers watched the ceremonies online -- be it via live streaming apps, or on hosted TV channels! While it may take some time for data scientists to come up with accurate data for these kind of metrics, identifying the reasons why video marketing is the go-to martech solution for advertising in 2017 can be summed in the image below. What does Big Bang in martech look like? Closest analogy that I can draw in martech is today’s…

MarTech Primer: How to do Account-Based Marketing in 2017

The Rise and Rise of Account Based Marketing What kale was to the food industry in 2012, ABM or account-based marketing is to the world of marketing in 2017. Much like how kale has been around for centuries before becoming every celebrity, A-lister, and the Instagram populace’s food-to-swear-by, the now-talked-about ABM too has been around for a while, albeit on a structurally different plate and without being explicitly termed as ABM. Corporate giants have been using account centric strategies for a while now, but of…

Martech Series Primer: How to Create a Mobile Marketing Strategy in 2017

23 days in a year - That’s the time an average mobile user spent browsing and interacting with online media since 2013. Convergence of social, mobile, analytics and Big Data has opened up a rather dynamic marketing landscape element for the marketers in recent months. Statistically, the mobile marketing industry is slated to grow from US $28 billion in 2016 to US $98 billion in 2021. This projection reveals that the mobile marketing hype is not a bubble; rather, it’s a big wave every marketer had best learn to surf by 2017.…