New to the HubSpot Marketing Study Group? Introduce yourself here ‌⬇️‌

JorieMunroe
Inbound Professor

Marketing is about making connections — with your audience and with each other.

 

With that in mind, say hi and tell us a little bit about yourself.  Here's some questions you can use for inspiration:

 

  • What's your current role?
  • What industry do you currently work in?
  • How long have you been with your current company?
  • What do you consider your marketing superpowers?
  • What are you currently reading or learning about?
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Champion
HubSpot Employee

Welcome, @CReid1! That's definitely a helpful skill——being the in-between creative and client. Sounds like you can wear many hats when needed. 

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jennysowyrda
Community Manager

Hey everyone! Very exciting to hear from other HubSpot enthusiasts in this space! 😄 

 

I'm currently a Senior Community Manager on the HubSpot Community team. I've been on the Community team for over 3 years and at HubSpot for 4 years. I think my superpower is creating a strong team environment! Best results are only accomplished with the help of a team, and taking the time to create a strong team is never a waste of time! Look forward to learning from others through this group!  

 

SLoPresti
Participant

Hi I'm Stephanie...  Business Development Manager.  We are a distributor.  I have worked for the company for 11 years now.  Just stared to use Hubspot.  Going for my certification.  experience is my superpower~

Champion
HubSpot Employee

Hey @SLoPresti welcome to Community (and HubSpot). Definitely keep us posted on your journey and how we can help. 

SLoPresti
Participant

Thank you!

Champion
HubSpot Employee

Hi Everyone! Below is a little bit about me:

  • What's your current role? Principal Growth Product Manager, Community
  • What industry do you currently work in? Software (but really I'm in the industry of helping millions of businesses—like yours—grow better). It may sound cheesy, but it's true. 
  • How long have you been with your current company? Close to 7 years. Time flies when you're having fun. 
  • What do you consider your marketing superpowers? Planning and repurposing. Those two together pack a real punch. 🙂
  • What are you currently reading or learning about? Product strategy #alwaysbelearning

Looking forward to meeting and engaging with you all!

Justin

carolgiacon
Top Contributor

Hi everyone! 

My name is Carol, i work from Brazil and have been working with HubSpot on different clients since 2017! I LOVE the platform, methodology and am a little obssessed with HubSpot.

I am a HubSpot specialist at Suno, which is a investments education company in BR, i have joined in the begining of February and came to implement and make sure HubSpot is being best used.

 

I am really excited to learn more from all of you, to connect and to know all there is about HubSpot.

Currently i am reading about management methodology from Falconi, to help me improve my skills as I grow within the company. 

 

Looking forward to growing together with you! ❤️

Carol Giacon
Inbound Specialist and HubSpot Lover
JorieMunroe
Inbound Professor

Nice to e-meet you @carolgiacon!

 

I've not heard of the Falconi method, so it looks like I've got some reading to do 🤓 Glad to hear you're loving HubSpot so far! What tools are you currently finding the most useful? What tools are you using the least often? 

 

I also pulled a couple of case studies from HubSpot customers that are also in the financial service industry. Let me know what you think:

 

cclbakker
Member

Hello,

 

My name is Chantal Bakker and I am from The Netherlands. I have been a marketeer for 27 years now and am still learning! I would like to ;learn how Hubspot can improve my work and speed things up. Plus, I look forward to meeting others.

 

Best wishes to you all!

 

Chantal

JorieMunroe
Inbound Professor

Nice to e-meet your @cclbakker! 👋

 

Workflows are the automation engine in HubSpot. They save you time and energy by taking care of repetitive tasks, such as sending emails, creating reminders for reps, updating CRM data, and more. They take the manual work off of your  plate, so more time can be dedicated to marketing, selling, and servicing your customers. The best part is that once they're turned on, they work 24/7 to make your job easier.

 

One of the best ways I've seen marketers use workflows (besides with email nurturing campaigns) is with permission pass campaignsA permission pass campaign is a one-time email campaign that requests any contacts who haven’t already used some form of double opt-in to confirm that they would still like to receive emails from you. Only the contacts who confirm their subscription status are then kept on your list. 

 

Happy to help with hunting down other time saving tips if you're interested! Got a lot of thoughts on using workflows to clean and maintain a healthy contacts database! 

mhh
Participant
Manohara here. I'm SEO specialist at QiWorks, India
JorieMunroe
Inbound Professor

Nice to e-meet you @mhh! SEO is such an exciting field.

 

My favorite SEO feature is the ability to integrate Google Search Console with HubSpot. That way, you can see insights from Google directly in your HubSpot SEO tool. 

 

Did you know that Season 1 of Skill Up also covers some of the nitty gritty of SEO (to supplement what we cover in the cert)? You can check it out here! 

CGardner
Participant

Hi, I am Caitlin, Director of Communications & Digital Strategy at Cruise Planners, a home-based travel franchise. For nearly 8 years, I have been working on PR, MarComm and social media. Recently, I have taken a more active role in digital marketing and using the HubSpot CRM, which I am Loving!!! I really geek out seeing the metrics and how seamless it is to use the tool. During COVID, I have been presented a unique opporutniy to slod down, learn and re-focus, which is why I have a goal to earn this certifaciaton. 

JorieMunroe
Inbound Professor

Nice to e-meet you @CGardner ! Fellow data nerd here 😂 

 

COVID has certainly shaken things up. Glad you've been able to use this opportunity to learn and re-focus! What toolset has helped you the most as you've made the jump to a more active role on the digital marketings side. Any favorites? 

 

I pulled some case studies on other HubSpot customers in the travel industry and how they've found success in the tool. I'd love to know what you think / if any of these relate to your experience!

Letty
Participant

Hi, my name is Letty, residing in Toronto. I transitioned into marketing with a background in banking. I have taken a cert at UofT on strategic PR and a digital marketing cert at BrainStation. Looking to learn more about CRM and upgrade my technical skills is why I am here learning about HubSpot!

JorieMunroe
Inbound Professor

Nice to e-meet you @Letty ! Excited to have you with us! 

 

What has been the most helpful part of the certification for you so far? What did you wish you knew more about?

 

An additional piece of content that may be helpful for you is the new Trends and Data for Sales and Marketing Report It contains data from 3,400 marketers and over 500 global sales leaders, with a specific focus on Canada. I'd love to know what you think!

Letty
Participant

Thanks for this report, Munroe! I will check it out.

I am quite enjoying the certification - I like learning about the CRM and landing page part the most. It's well explained.

Juanita
Inbound Professor

Hi everyone! I'm Juanita, Inbound Professor (Spanish) at HubSpot. I joined the HubSpot Academy team in September 2019 where I'm focused on creating content for our Latam and Iberia audiences. I'd say my marketing superpower is listening to people carefully and putting myself in their shoes so I can understand what they need and how I can help. 

 

Laste year, I created the HubSpot Marketing Software Certification in Spanish, so I'm eager to connect, discuss further, or answer any questions you might have 😀

Juanita Moreno
Inbound Professor (Español)
HubSpot Academy
NozomiUmenai
Inbound Professor

Hi, my name is Nozomi Umenai, I currently work as an Inbound Professor (Japanese) at HubSpot in Tokyo.  I joined HubSpot last October and has been such an exciting journey! Since I have a PR background in Japan, my marketing super power is identifying the most accurate communication strategies to “translate” technical subjects to the Japanese audience. I love learning about what "marketing" means in different countries and am currently learning about inbound marketing & inbound sales. Nice to e-meet you! 

GTGIRL
Member

Hey Nozomi,

That sounds so interesting! I'm a Head of Digital for an agency and very keen to understand the Japanese market as recently did a programme with JPN market and found the differences to be quite vast from EMEA and USA regions. 


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MartinWilliams
Participant

Very cool Nozomi! Yorishiku!