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Buying the Perfect Business
After spending years in the software space owning non-eCommerce businesses, Lee Lichlyter went on the search for the perfect business. Lee is now the owner of CameraReadyCosmetics.com, and today he joins the show to discuss the process of buying and taking over the business, including the criteria he stuck to and the length of time it […]
Topics: stuck, camerareadycosmeticscom, business, criteria, perfect, lee, process, took, lichlyter, buying, taking.
How We Prioritized Which Review Sites We Care About at HubSpot
This post is a part of Made @ HubSpot, an internal thought leadership series through which we extract lessons from experiments conducted by our very own HubSpotters.
HubSpot CEO Brian Halligan has said it many times: More businesses die each day from overeating than from starvation. They spread themselves across so many different priorities that it becomes impossible to gain major traction with any of them.
Topics: prioritized, different, score, site, scoring, customer, sites, criteria, hubspot, important, review, care.
Lead Scoring Is Important For Your Business: Here’s How to Create Scoring Model and Hand-Off Strategy
68% of businesses don’t practice any type of lead scoring. With lead scoring, you don’t waste loads of time on…
Topics: heres, prospects, points, lead, dont, marketing, create, strategy, model, important, business, sales, need, scoring, handoff, criteria.
Marketing Qualified Lead: Everything You Need to Know About MQLs
By aligning team members and different teams, your business's employees are able to work together to create delightful experiences that make prospects want to convert and stay loyal to your brand.
One example of a process in which this type of collaboration only improves your ability to convert prospects into loyal customers is lead qualification.
Topics: marketing, team, need, definitions, mqls, lead, know, sales, mql, prospects, criteria, qualified, leads.
WCAG 2.1 a Welcome Update to Web Accessibility
WCAG 2.1 is the first major update to web accessibility guidelines since 2008. Rather than writing a new set from scratch, the W3C amended the existing guidelines to add several new key recommendations.
Topics: update, disabilities, accessibility, users, criteria, wcag, guidelines, level, web, welcome.