In last week’s Inquirer, I announced that I was leaving Hubspot and explained why. I tried to be clear about the reasons why it didn’t fit me and might be a fit for others but left a couple of things out. Thankfully, Hubspot CMO Mike Volpe graciously chimed in and added some good points. I […]
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As the title suggests, this week’s Tip Jar explains why I decided to pull the plug on Hubspot’s marketing automation software. I’ve been using it for nearly two years and before I explain why I decided to stop, I want to be clear on a few things. Hubspot is a great company with a great […]
I spent this past weekend at WordCamp Boston. If you use (or want to use) WordPress, this event the best use of $20 and 14 hours of your time you will ever spend. The event was well organized, the speakers were dynamic and interesting, and the presentations were instructive and inspirational. As is always the […]
Weekly High Five lists the most interesting, compelling, and/or useful links of each week. This week’s theme is “The Tangled Web.”
The most popular post on this blog, “Create a Compelling Resume Online With WordPress ,” was written two years ago. This article reflects on its successfulness.