Jun 29, 2021 4:20 PM
The Email Marketing Study Group is a public Community group made up of HubSpot users, partners, and employees.
It serves as your go-to destination for content marketing discussions, events, and networking. In this community, members can learn from each other and build their influence within the HubSpot network.
With that in mind, HubSpot has created a few key guidelines to ensure the community is valuable to you and serves as a platform where we can all grow better together.
Be respectful. We all want to share positive experiences in the community, so please be polite and considerate in your interactions with other members. Respect the time and attention it takes to post well-thought-out questions and answers. All opinions are welcome, but personal insults and harassment have no place in the community.
Keep it relevant. This space is designed to provide a place for HubSpot to discussion marketing strategies and best practices. If you're looking of assistance on issues you may be experiencing with your HubSpot account, please post those questions in the Academy Support forum.
Share the love. Make the study group a richer place by sharing your expertise. You may have just the right answer that somebody else is looking for, so delight them by adding your insight to the conversation.
Be responsible. You’re solely responsible for your interactions with other community users. Please use good judgment when posting and/or interacting with others. Do not post anything that would violate any contractual agreements (copyright, trade secret, or otherwise) or nondisclosure agreements to which you’re a party.
Protect everyone’s privacy. Don’t share anything about yourself, your business, or that of any other community member that you/they would not want to be publicly available. Do not post personal information that you receive in one-to-one communications and private messages without the other party’s consent.
Keep in mind, this group is full of user-generated content. You’ll find plenty of good advice, instruction, and insight here, but remember that you and your company’s situation, configuration, or implementation may vary from that of other community members. Apply the same good judgment here that you would apply to information anywhere on the internet.