As you upload your contacts into HubSpot, you might be overwhelmed at the amount of information you are required to enter for each contact. While HubSpot provides an endless amount of options for you while you are entering new contacts, there are some fields that will be more necessary to your job than others. The best way to stay on top of your contacts is to determine which fields are essential to include on your actual contact record.
Workflows in HubSpot are an extremely beneficial tool for businesses of all industries. Each workflow allows you to automate certain processes and actions based on entry criteria that is predetermined by you. However, with any kind of automated processes, there is always a risk that you make a mistake or send the wrong email to the wrong person. Creating a process to track your HubSpot workflows can help to make sure you are on top of each step of every process you set up.
As your lead progresses through your sales process, there are defining actions they take. This could be an initial phone call, a form submission, an application submission, or a signed contract. Each action signifies where they are in your company’s deal stages. The best way to ensure your leads make it through your entire deal process is to be aware of where they are throughout the whole journey. This will allow you to send the correct information and communicate appropriately to encourage them to close as a customer. So, what’s the best way to track this? HubSpot!
One of the fundamental changes we made to our business model in 2018 was a shift from one-off projects to retainer-based engagements. While it definitely helps us by smoothing out our cash flow and making sure that we have a stable company, our clients have found that having a long-term relationship also helps them.
When designing your manufacturing website, selecting an e-commerce platform can save you a significant amount of time and money. Here are five reasons why we recommend that our manufacturing clients adopt e-commerce platforms for their websites.
When it comes to manufacturing companies, creating blog articles and marketing content can be tricky because you have two very different customers: the end consumers who actually use your product and your wholesale/distribution clients. Here are our recommendations on how manufacturing companies should approach their inbound marketing strategies.
Are you aware of where every one of your contacts is in their buyer’s journey through your sales and marketing process? Gathering this information and tracking where your contacts are in their journey is an important piece of data to have. This data allows you to send the correct information to leads, segment your contacts into smaller lists, and create more meaningful interactions with your contacts. The best way we’ve found to keep track of where our contacts are in their journey is by using HubSpot lead statuses.
Are you working hard on your proactive sales prospecting, but struggling to come up with the correct messages to include in your emails? Are you finding it difficult to know the best times in the sales process to send out your sales emails? Are you tired of copy and pasting the same emails over and over again to send out to your new leads? Don’t worry, we have a solution to your problem - HubSpot sales email templates!
Content calendars are an important tool for any business to keep their content on track, on time, and on message. No matter your industry, you should be producing some kind of content - be it a blog, a newsletter, emails, or something else. Using a content calendar to keep your whole team’s content plan in one place helps to keep everyone accountable and up to date. While there are many options for content calendars, we prefer using the Calendar tool in HubSpot to keep all our content within one portal.
Photos and other visuals are an extremely important piece of any type of design, be it your website, blog, emails, and more. However, using the correct photos can be a little more difficult than it sounds. Having your own personal photo shoot every time you need to send an email can be costly, time-consuming, and for most of us, pretty unrealistic. The answer to this? Stock photos!