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April 2015 CLT HUG Event Recap: Randy Aimone

Posted by Mary Coombs

Apr 20, 2015 1:58:52 PM

The April Charlotte HubSpot User Group ( CLT HUG) meeting was held last Thursday at The All American Pub in Charlott e, featuring speaker, Randy Aimone of Aim One Marketing. Randy's presentation was called T he Path To Local Search - How, When, Why & Where it Matters.  
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Topics: CLT HUG Event Wrap-Up

Why I Needed an Extra Napkin at the Charlotte Hubspot User Group Meeting

Posted by John Loftis

Aug 7, 2014 1:11:00 PM

My wife would say I need an extra napkin regardless of where I am—but I digress.The Charlotte Hupspot User group met the evening of July 24 at the Dilworth Neighborhood Grille.

If you’ve eaten here, then you are a fan.  If not, give it a try.

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Topics: Hubspot

Hubspot’s Amanda Iglesias Explains Why Google’s New Algorithms Don’t Really Matter

Posted by Heather Head

Apr 25, 2014 12:30:00 PM

“SEO is dead,” says Amanda Iglesias with a wry smile. “At least, that’s what sensationalized blog headlines tell us every few years—whenever Google releases a new algorithm.” Amanda, Product Manager at Hubspot, spoke to members of the Charlotte Hubspot Users Group last night on “SEO: How to Know What’s What in an Ever-Evolving Web Environment.”

She contends that not only is SEO not dead, it hasn’t fundamentally changed much since the early 1990’s when the first web search engines were developed. The goal of search engines has always been, she says, to deliver useful content to the user. The only thing that has changed is that they’ve gotten better at it, and made it increasingly difficult to “game” the system.

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Topics: SEO

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