We are delighted to announce the date for the upcoming HubSpot User Group meet up for Milton Keynes. The HUG will return on 23rd March and feature a keynote talk from HubSpot’s own Dan Tyre. Who is Dan Tyre? Dan Tyre joined the original HubSpot team in May of 2007 as employee number 6. An authority on inbound marketing and sales, Dan is a regular speaker, writer, and coach to those who yearn for inbound success.
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The idea of having to integrate another piece of software can be off-putting and seem like a lot of unnecessary work if you feel like everything is currently working fine the way that it is. Old habits die hard, but all the spreadsheets in the world can’t save your business from an inevitable loss in productivity.
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If you’ve had a look at any other page of our website, it will probably come as no surprise that we’re big fans of HubSpot here at Klood.
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Over 20,000 marketers from around the globe descended on Boston this week for HubSpot’s annual conference, Inbound. Each year, the event grows in size, as does the HubSpot product!
After taking a three month break the MKHUG, Milton Keynes’ premier inbound marketing networking event, returns this month — and we can’t wait to see you there.
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A good lead database or Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is a popular tearm these days, well known amongst marketers. But what about sales people do they see the CRM as a a marketing tool only? Previously, salespeople had a system whereby they’d collect, categorise and manage leads. All of this would be done manually. In those days, you could argue there was nothing wrong with following this system. However, If you’re a salesperson and you’re still doing this now, I’d be worried. Deeply worried.
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If you work in an industry that sells a product or service, then it’s more than likely you’ve heard the term ‘CRM’, or Customer Relationship Management. Good CRM gives a company the ability to nurture, maintain and improve customer relationships whilst maximising general company efficiency in how they operate.
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With more and more of an organisation’s business being conducted digitally it has never been more important to make use of a customer relationship management (CRM) system. CRMs track and analyse every aspect of the relationship you have with your customers, streamlining your sales process and helping you to make the most of every opportunity.