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Recorded: Thursday 01 August 2019 | Published: Friday 16 August 2019
Shot 1: Inbound Thought of the Week
Thinking through attribution
- Did Google Ads drive any leads
- Did Google Ads help to drive leads when combined with other sources
- Looking through the timeline of a contact record to see the touches
- Which channels require the least sales touches to close a big client
- What impact is sales having on the overall closure rate of clients
- How many contacts do we need to be working with at a company to get the best closure rates (this is a big focus in ABM)
Shot 2: HubSpot Marketing Feature of the Week
Attribution reports (again)
At its simplest the Sources report gives you a good insight into which channels are driving traffic and leads:
This is based on first touch attribution.
However the Attribution reports (in Enterprise), includes the option to give attribution to a range of touches (including first and last, all touches, decay, etc):
This is really important for visitors who revisit via different channels
Key metrics to attribution reports in HubSpot:
The number of contacts that viewed your website through a particular touchpoint before converting. For the All Interactions, First and Last, or Simple Decay attribution methods, contacts can be assisted by multiple touchpoints. For the other models, contacts are assisted by a single touchpoint. This number includes conversions that occur on the attributed page itself.
% of contacts
The percentage of the total number of contacts assisted by the attribution object in your report. For the All Interactions, First and Last, or Simple Decay attribution methods, contacts can be assisted by multiple touchpoints. As a result, adding together the values in the % of Contacts column may exceed 100%.
Score / 100
The score is calculated out of 100 points that are evenly distributed across all the contacts assisted by the objects in your report. If a contact’s influenced by more than one object, their score gets divided among these objects. With the simple decay attribution model, more recent objects get a higher percentage of this score.
You should note: No matter what metric you choose for your chart, you’ll still see data for all three of these metrics in your report.
Shot 3: HubSpot Sales Feature of the Week
Prospects tool (again)
A useful way to see which companies are visiting your website
Can be very important for following up with people who you’ve promoted to, but haven’t yet converted in your database.
Shot 4: HubSpot Gotcha of the Week
HubSpot support is impressive/awesome!
This week we interacted with Jocelyn!
Shot 5: Marketing Tip of the Week
This form option is a welcome addition:
It appears on this page:
I love those options.
And nice progressive form field usage as well – here’s what it looks like after submitting:
(In case you are wondering this is a Pardot form, it’s not HubSpot, but as you know HubSpot forms have this same functionality so here’s a reminder to be making use of it.)
Thank you Merkle.
Shot 6: Insight of the Week
Shot 7: Resource of the Week
How Google keeps Search relevant and useful
When you come to Google Search, their goal is to connect you with useful information as quickly as possible. That information can take many forms, and over the years the search results page has evolved to include not only a list of blue links to pages across the web but also useful features to help you find what you’re looking for even faster!
Shot 8: Quote of the Week
One of the speakers at INBOUND!
“A trust leap is when we take a risk to do something new or to do it differently from the way that we’ve done something before.”
- Rachel Botsman, “Who Can You Trust?”
Shot 9: Bonus Links of the Week
Check out HubSpot’s new State of Customer Service in 2019 research report here.
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