Google for Nonprofits, a membership program for nonprofits based in the U.S. and U.K. (with country-specific programs), is looking to amplify its online engagement. Though it has eligibility requirements, once accepted, you have access to free versions of all Google products, including tutorials for each to help you get started (not too shabby, we know).
Whether you’re handling the marketing efforts for your business or you’re a savvy marketing veteran working with a number of clients, chances are, you could benefit from some industry tips, tricks, and tools from time to time to make your inbound work a little easier. Enter some content from the past week.
This post originally appeared on Inbound Ecommerce, the brand new ecommerce section of the HubSpot Inbound Marketing Blog. You may have heard the news by now: Google has rolled out a new algorithm for all search results. The algorithm, named Hummingbird, has been live for about a month now and is meant to improve search […]
On December 3, the 2nd annual Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving driven through social media channels by nonprofits, for-profits, and individuals, will take place. Last year, more than $10 million was raised on Giving Tuesday, which marked a 53% increase in giving from the same day in
Having just hit 150 million active users, Instagram has become a marketing channel too significant to ignore. However, many B2B brands have remained hesitant to engage in a platform dominated by latte art and puppy pictures. At TrackMaven, we were vexed by this question of whether Instagram could be a
Have you ever felt that no matter how much time or money you dump into your marketing campaigns, things just aren’t working out? If you have, don’t worry: you’re not alone. The solution to solving your marketing problems isn’t spending more money. Spending more money on something that isn’t working typically leads to losing more […]
Have you ever gotten an email from a company that surprised you? You see it hit your inbox, but you don’t recognize the sender. You decide to open it anyway — maybe you signed up to receive emails from the sender a while ago — but quickly discover that you have no recollection of opting […]
Bing is in a really sweet place right now. It’s one of the only search engines that still provides keyword search data — which is huge news in and of itself. As a marketer, Bing gets a gold star just for that in my book. But that’s not all it’s done well recently.