We use HubSpot for tracking transactional emails. It is really easy to use--I’m a big fan.
Founder & CEO - Yobi
We have a blog in both HubSpot and Medium. We are trying to transition everything to Medium. Medium has a simpler interface. A lot of people have experience with it already. It has space for reviewing content and approving content. We notice that we have more views when we post on Medium as it has its own pool of viewers.
Co-founder & CEO - One Month
12%Stacklist Startups Are Using HubSpot
HubSpot is a comprehensive marketing platform that, in addition to email marketing, offers automation and support in the areas of blogging, SEO, social media, lead management, analytics, CRM and more. The solution also integrates with Salesforce, helping you streamline your sales, customer outreach and marketing efforts. For those needing additional CRM support, HubSpot’s Sidekick application brings all of your CRM data right into your inbox and web browser for easy access. Every aspect of HubSpot is geared toward lead-generation, making it one of the most powerful marketing tools on on the market.
A surprisingly small handful of Stacklist users have selected HubSpot. The tool’s powerful features are matched by fairly high prices, which is reflected in a user base that’s almost exclusively Series B and growth companies.
HubSpot has three pricing plans: a Basic plan that includes 100 contacts and three users for $200 a month; a Pro plan that includes 1,000 contacts and unlimited users for $800 a month; and an Enterprise plan that includes 10,000 contacts and additional features like A/B testing and custom events for $2,400 a month. HubSpot’s CRM software comes free with any of these plans.