Last week I joined 1,000 other online (or inbound) marketers in Boston to hear Guy Kawasaki, Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah talk about the future of inbound marketing – and to finally meet one hundred or so other HubSpot partners “In Real Life."
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It happened again today. I got a phone call from an entrepreneur seeking advice about how to grow his business.
In just four days, we've been surprised by an earthquake and humbled by the fury of Hurricane Irene. After being stranded in DC following the quake, I forgot how to text tweet - leaving me incommunicado. And while monitoring Twitter during Hurricane Irene, I realized that more widespread adoption of just a few Twitter best practices could speed the flow of information during a crisis.
No one was surprised then, when HubSpot yesterday announced its latest acquisition via its blog. What was surprising was the way in which Hubspot released the news. In an elegantly simple spin on the traditional press release and Web 2.0’s Social Media Release, Hubspot segmented the release into a series of thirteen tweets, each one containing a #Hub140 hashtag, and a “Tweet This' link.
My coach sounded alarmed. “Is it true you haven’t been blogging?”
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If there’s one mantra I repeat over and over, it’s “Don’t preach to the deep green choir.”
Completing the trio of postings recapping the Washington Post’s Future of Food Conference…
Continuing from yesterday’s initial post on the Washington Post’s Future of Food Conference…stay tuned for the third and final post tomorrow!
A guest post from 4GreenPs’ wonderful intern, Adrienne Weil, soon to graduate with her MBA from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.