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Landscape Leadership becomes a HubSpot-certified agency

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The partnership will offer green industry companies an automated marketing solution.

| September 18, 2012

In late August, HubSpot unveiled version 3 of its software, an all-in-one marketing tool that enables businesses to generate leads with their websites and convert those leads into customers. And in the weeks leading up to the launch, Landscape Leadership officially became a HubSpot-certified agency partner.

Through this partnership, Landscape Leadership, an inbound marketing agency, can now help their green industry clients generate and pursue leads online better than ever via proven online marketing tactics such as blogging, social media and search engine optimization.

"Landscaping companies and other green industry players are really getting smart about their websites and online presence," said Chris Heiler, founder and president of Landscape Leadership. "They realize how important an online presence is to their business, and they want to leverage that into qualified leads and customers. This is exactly what our agency delivers with our new HubSpot partnership."

HubSpot combines tools for search engine optimization, blogging, social media, email marketing and analytics into its all-in-one automated marketing software.

"HubSpot has a proven inbound marketing methodology, and I knew it could help both our agency, internally, as well as our clients," Heiler said. "HubSpot's all-in-one marketing software turns your website into a lead-generating machine. And it takes that one step further with closed-loop reporting and tracking tools that help us show our clients exactly what they're getting for their investment."

For more information on Landscape Leadership's inbound marketing services, HubSpot partnership and how to put HubSpot to work for your business, visit www.LandscapeLeadership.com.www.LandscapeLeadership.com
 

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