HubSpot CMS Development Roundup #1

07 Jun, 2019

As a HubSpot CMS Developer, you'll quickly find that, not only do you need to keep up to date with what's going on with front-end development and the HubSpot CMS, it's hard to get by without some sense of trends in web design/UX and knowing what's going on in the marketing world.

It can be a lot to keep up with so, in this round-up, I recap information from across the web on these topics so you don't have to! 🙂

Design

Development

Marketing / Inbound

HubSpot

  • May 2019 HubSpot Updates in Less Time Than a Coffee Break (HubSpot): even quicker, I've recapped it below:
    • Marketing
      • Asana Workflow Extension: you can now use Asana in your workflows! More third party actions coming soon.
      • Drag and drop email tool is not available to all Marketing Professional and Enterprise users with complete functionality: smart content, double opt-in and resubscription and blog RSS emails. They're seeing a 12% increase in publish rates and marketers saving an average of 12 minutes per email.
      • Campaigns tool: card-based reporting as a glance with a card showing all traffic sources, create tracking URLs directly in the tool, associate assets in bulk and a progress bar appears when cloning campaign
    • Sales:
      • Sequences have new and improved reporting.
      • Playbooks can be used across multiple calls and emails.
      • LinkedIn Sales Navigation Integration has information on the record and InMails can be sent directly from HubSpot.
    • CMS:
      • Improvement to the URL redirects tool: import from CSV, edit/delete in bulk, customise the column layout and control user permissions.
      • CMS Membership Activity Log: you can export more detailed information such as registration status, date and time of the interaction and which domain the user was on when they were trying to log in for troubleshooting
    • CRM:
      • New CRM record layout launched in December is now live to all

 

And a bit of email humour.

 

Did you know?

In your blog posts, that "Read More" separator that sometimes appears (and can be inserted) indicates where the post summary (the content.post_summary variable in HubL) ends.

 

Note that the above articles and links are third party content I find interesting. I do not necessarily share their opinions and I may not have verified all the information cited.

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