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Today's episode is a little bit special. Today is our Spring Training episode. We're going to be talking all about inbound marketing, Major League Baseball (MLB), and fielding a complete team.
This episode is all about the exploratory part of the inbound sales process -- exploring goals, plans, and challenges.
If you’re looking to run more effective exploratory meetings with your prospects to advance your qualified leads into sales opportunities, it's helpful to first start by reviewing the inbound sales methodology.
Today we're going to talk all about the question of whether HubSpot is worth it.
Now some full disclosure: My company SP Home Run has been a HubSpot customer since 2010 and a HubSpot Certified Partner since 2013. I led a HubSpot User Group (HUG) from 2013 to 2017 and was the first HubSpot Accredited Trainer (HAT) in Florida back in 2015. I was also able to purchase a few shares of HubSpot on the New York Stock Exchange during its Initial Public Offering (IPO) back in October 2014 -- held onto the few shares for a few years and got some very nice return on investment (ROI).
Today's episode is all about how much HubSpot costs.
I think there are two different ways to answer that question. (OK, well maybe three ways if you work on Wall Street and want to know what a share of HubSpot ($HUBS) costs on the New York Stock Exchange. On the date this podcast episode went into production: $81.50 per share.)