How to Explain Inbound Marketing to a Five-Year-Old
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As life becomes more and more digital, marketers are having to get increasingly creative and insightful in the ways they reach their target audiences.
With just a few taps on their smartphones, buyers can find out anything about products they’re interested in buying. As a result, broad-based advertising tactics are becoming less effective, and marketing professionals are relying on inbound marketing to connect with their ideal buyers.
But since HubSpot created the term “inbound marketing” in 2006, the concept has represented something so different from traditional methods that it can be tricky to grasp at first. In this post, we’ll break it down and share how to explain inbound marketing to virtually anyone, including a five-year-old.
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If you’re running a small business, you might not have enough time or resources to constantly produce new content. However, you shouldn’t limit yourself to only posting your own content on social media. Sharing relevant third-party articles builds your credibility with your audience and puts less pressure on your team to create your own content.
Pristine Marketing Becomes a HubSpot Certified Agency Partner
As a business owner, you’re always learning. Not just through experience, but from others as well. Perhaps it’s the mentor that helped you get started in your field. A partner who brings a different set of experiences to the table. Even employees can help you learn to be a better business owner.
Pristine Marketing is thrilled to announce that they have joined HubSpot as a Certified Agency Partner. HubSpot, a leading CRM, marketing, sales, and customer experience platform, works hand-in-hand with Agency Partners to grow their businesses through inbound software, services, and support.