Top 5 Marketing Tips From Inbound 2014

by Zack Bridges on October 01, 2014

Last week, the team at OverGo Studio packed their bags and boarded a 6am Monday morning flight to Boston, Massachusetts for HubSpot’s annual marketing conference known as Inbound. Inbound is quickly becoming THE marketing conference to attend each year. This year, HubSpot announced Inbound is the fastest growing conference of its kind. I believe it, too. The conference’s attendance doubled in size from 2013 to 2014, growing from 5,000 attendees to 10,000!

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7 Steps To Getting More Leads With a Blog

by Zack Bridges on April 03, 2014

If you own a business, generating leads has to be a top priority. If you’re not already using the internet to help generate leads, then you're wasting your website as an asset. You can start driving people to your website and generating leads today with a blog. These seven steps will help you get on track towards having a website that generates leads like a machine.

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Why Use HubSpot To Solve All Your Marketing Problems

by Zack Bridges on March 17, 2014

Most business owners understand the imporance of marketing, but many struggle with similar problems. If you struggle with these or similar problems, you’re not alone. But there’s a solution. Here’s why you should use HubSpot to solve some common marketing problems.

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Trello: The Best Inbound Marketing Tool There Ever Was

by Zack Bridges on March 10, 2014

These days, there are a billion different ways to manage people, projects, collaboration, and personal tasks. From the most basic forms of organization - to do lists on notepads and sticky notes - to advanced web application solutions that integrate with CRMs and other company tools.

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New Ways To Grow Your Business By Connecting To Customers Online

by Zack Bridges on February 24, 2014

Customer service has always been about providing timely, helpful solutions to customers through the most convenient channels possible. In the past, that meant offering customers an easy-to-remember 800 number and having support specialists standing by to answer calls. While support call centers (and their associated hold times) are still as ubiquitous as they ever were, consumers are spending more time texting or using email or social media than they are on the phone.

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