Each month or so, we try to collect and assemble for you the interesting stories we’ve been curating to each other. These stories from around the internet help us do our work, but they also do a good job of keeping us engaged and even entertained. You can learn a lot about a company’s culture by the stories they share with each other too.
Dan is our Solutions Analyst and shared some interesting news that ran across his radar about HubSpot acquiring a company that bakes AI into the sales process. He was keeping us all up to speed on HubSpot’s moves.
This month, a lot of the chatter on our Slack channels was peppered with discussion about the eclipse. It was a big thing in the region, so hard to avoid, but also inspiring and an opportunity for our teams to enjoy something together despite being distributed geographically in some cases. Dan shared this awesome article for what to do with your eclipse glasses now that the eclipse (for this season) is over.
Dan also shared a link to a story about Target moving away from AWS. We all like to keep up to speed on what new trends are happening in digital spaces, and Amazon has been owning a lot of headlines recently for growth. We help organizations wade through all that to find solutions for them, and remaining in the know is a big part of that.Target is plotting a big move away from AWS as Amazon takes over retail
Finally, Dan shared a fascinating story about some of the behind-the-scenes motivations for some internal changes HubSpot has made recently. As HubSpot partners, we find it especially important to stay on top of what is happening with the platform, but also why it is happening, so that we can pass that knowledge along to you.
As WSOL’s Digital Marketing Director, Allison is always sharing great bits of insight from a wide array of sources. This month, she shared this excellent article about the value of note taking by hand from noted smart guy Daniel Pink.
Here he shares some collections of little tips from @steveschoger to improve visual design skills with the little details that make a big difference.