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HubSpot CRM for Accountants

It has been our great pleasure to implement HubSpot for UK accountancy firms and see the huge difference this software can make to a business.

During 2020 and 2021, many firms have been forced to review how they do business.  Processes that enable staff to work from home have been at the forefront of many minds, and, being cloud-based, HubSpot absolutely meets that need.

But HubSpot enables firms to go beyond just being able to do the same work in remote locations.

HubSpot enables accountancy firms to automate processes with the aim of doing more work with the same team, whilst simultaneously improving both employee and customer satisfaction.

And, in an industry that relies very heavily on reputation and word of mouth for sales and recruitment, employee and customer satisfaction should be the focal point of any accountancy firm business strategy.

Topics: Industry Focus - Financial Services HubSpot

Financial services marketing - does inbound marketing work?

For the Financial Services sector, the inbound methodology provides a really interesting way of thinking about marketing. It’s about educating and informing. It’s about retention. It is not about overt selling. All of which fits entirely with the ethics, rules and regulations governing the financial services industry.

How does Inbound Marketing help financial services marketing ?

The industry is made up of quite different organisations – for example accountants, auditors, membership-based networks, client facing advisers, brokers and intermediaries. Each have their own marketing needs and ways of going to market.

Whether you are a client-facing financial adviser marketing yourself in a defined geography, targeting particular types of consumer or business, or a network looking to recruit and retain members across the country, your marketing needs can be similar:

Topics: Inbound Marketing Industry Focus - Financial Services

Does HubSpot work for B2B?

Some B2B sales teams doubt the ability of marketing to help with their “spear fishing approach” to new business sales.  Instead, they see marketing as the operator of a wide net that catches lots of sprats, albeit hopefully, alongside the prize fish they are actually looking for.

Topics: Account Based Marketing Digital Marketing Content Marketing Sales & Marketing Alignment Inbound Marketing Industry Focus - Financial Services B2B Lead Generation Industry Focus - Technology HubSpot