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An Emoji Guide to #Inbound2017


Inbound is HubSpot’s annual sales and marketing conference held in Boston. It’s not your typical conference—no way! In fact, more than 19,000 marketing and sales professionals attend this conference from all around the world for several days of learning and sharing.

There’s a little something for everyone at this conference: local food trucks; networking at Seaport parties; inspirational speakers like Michelle Obama, Brene Brown, Gary Vaynerchuck (to name a few); and over 250 educational sessions from industry experts that’ll give you immediately applicable techniques to take back to your office.

This will be my second year attending Inbound. I’m really looking forward to attending sessions that focus on email marketing. Email marketing is still the number one way to get into the inbox of your target audience. Eighty-six percent of professionals prefer to use email when communicating for business purposes!

So how do I describe Inbound? Here’s my take on the conference using the universal language of emojis!

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Have you been to Inbound before? What emojis would you use to describe the conference? We’d love to hear about your experiences and favorite parts of the conference in the comments below? Attending this year? Let us know in the comments and we’ll set a time to meet up!

About the Author

Sarah Corley
Sarah Corley
Sarah works as a marketing specialist at WSOL where she helps clients put their best digital foot forward online. She has been the driving force in defining company culture at WSOL. As a co-leader of the Chicago HubSpot User Group, Sarah is dedicated to creating a community where developers, marketers and sales teams make the web a better place. She worked for Nestle Toll House on their campaign, Bake Some Good, as a national brand ambassador and even baked her way to set a Guinness World Record. She has Bachelor of Science degrees in graphic design, journalism and public relations.
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