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How to Create Call-to-Action Images That Convert

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 21, 2018 3:31:02 PM / by Claire O'Brien posted in marketing, speaker, design, graphic design

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Call To Action Images by DesignWizard

Businesses have been including calls to action in their advertising copy for many decades. Phrases like “Get your copy today!” or “Reserve your spot now!” have been inciting potential customers to act since marketing became an industry. Blogs are no different, and CTAs are often included in their copy. But did you know you can make call to action images? 

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How to Whip Up Click-Worthy Social Media Images in a Flash!

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 12, 2018 12:25:57 PM / by Claire O'Brien posted in speaker, social media

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Your Guide to Images Your Followers Will Love

Social media was created for the sharing of visual content. Think about it! Since the beginning of online networking sites, social media images have played an integral role in how people connect with one another via the internet.

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Who Is Dan Tyre?

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 24, 2017 8:00:00 AM / by Megan Stoner posted in speaker

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Meet Dan Tyre, original HubSpot team member since May 2007 and creator of the term "Smarketing." He will be flying in from the other side of the country for our Philly Tech Week 2017 event May 3rd to talk about this thing called Smarketing: Sales & Marketing alignment. 

We asked him about his experiences, work ethic, and current projects to get you jazzed up for this epic event.

Spider Monkey teams.

Yes, this is the name of HubSpot sales teams led by Dan Tyre himself. Because obviously "the companies that have the coolest code names always win." When he started at HubSpot, the team wanted to make sure that was always a strength in the company. And when colors or movie code names just weren't doing it for him, spider monkeys were the first thing that came to mind when he wanted to move into the animal genre.

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