Working with HubSpot
Written at 02 October 2014 15:53 by Stefan Materzynski
We are really excited about the fact that we are back to HubSpot and on the way to becoming an official HubSpot partner. If all goes according to the plan, we should get certified in few months. Since we are back to HubSpot we are also back to Inbound Marketing which essentially means blogging for business. Since this is our first blog post, we will introduce ourselves and to set the tone for our blog , let you know about what and why we will blog about.
Let’s talk about Clickray!
A lot has changed since 2012 when we first came across Hubspot and built our agency offering around Inbound marketing service. From day one Clickray was strongly supported by HubSpot. We evolved and changed from being a traditional Inbound Marketing agency making strategy and content to becoming an Inbound design studio. This evolution and change came from our back ground which is more technical and business orientated. Steve, who is my college and co-founder of Clickray, has over 10 years of experience in project management in the field of web design and development. Based on his experience and my ability to the new business development, we have successfully completed over 100 projects throughout the last 3 years. They were from a simple brochure like web page to e-commerce shops.
So “Clickray is an Inbound Marketing Assets development outsourcing company based in Poland”. That essentially means that we get hired by Inbound Marketing agencies, creative studios, marketing teams and business owners around the world to help them developing inbound marketing assets. We develop and design data driven custom centric websites on the HubSpot CMS or WordPress, optimize them for SEO and mobile devices. Our highest priority is to build websites which engage, convert and delight customers. We follow a customer centric approach and a data driver strategy. Thanks to them, we are able to redesign your website into your biggest marketing asset and the #1 salesperson.
What will we blog about?
Why “Data driven approach to website redesign”
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