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Brian Halligan

Brian Halligan is an executive and author. He is CEO and co-founder of HubSpot, an Internet marketing company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and ... More »Brian Halligan is an executive and author. He is CEO and co-founder of HubSpot, an Internet marketing company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is also a Senior Lecturer at MIT. Halligan uses the term inbound marketing to describe the type of marketing he advocates. He has co-authored two books on marketing: Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media, and Blogs with HubSpot co-founder Dharmesh Shah and Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in History with David Meerman Scott. Halligan was born in Norwood, Massachusetts, and grew up and attended public schools in Westwood, Massachusetts. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Vermont and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management in 2005. His career began at Parametric Technology Corporation in several roles leading up to Senior Vice President of the Pacific Rim, which he grew from no revenue to $80 million.... [ Wikipedia ]

Hubspot CEO: 4 Ways To Build Magnetic Inbound Marketing

Brian Halligan is the CEO and co-founder of HubSpot, a senior lecturer at MIT and a two-time book author. Halligan believes that humans are changing the way they live, work, shop and learn. The more he witnessed email, cold calls and ads fail, the more he realized that people are ...

The 5 Social Media Metrics Your CEO Actually Cares About

If Brian Halligan were to wiz by our social media team's desks at 2 in the afternoon, this is what they should be prepared to holler out to him. "Hey Brian! 17 customers from social media so far this quarter. Nice Sombrero! " This is also among the most elusive of social media ...

World Series trash talk from the C-suite

" So says Brian Halligan, CEO Boston-based software maker HubSpot. That's big talk, but this year's compelling MLB World Series matchup tends to bring it out in people. It's a rematch of the 2004 Fall Classic in which the Red Sox won their first World Series in 86 years, and adds to a ...

HubSpot Exec Sees Late-Stage Investments Moving to Crossover Investment Funds

That’s a trend that Brian Halligan, HubSpot’s chief executive and one of its founders, expects to continue to gain strength. Venture investors typically sell their stakes following an IPO, but “what’s nice about public investors is, hopefully, they’ll buy more,” Halligan said. For ...

How The CEO Of HubSpot Attracts And Retains Millennial Talent

At age 25, Brian Halligan moved to Hong Kong and started an Asian branch for the small startup he was working for. That business grew to around 400 employees incredibly fast, Halligan tells Adam Bryant at The New York Times. His own early success is exactly the reason why ...

IPO Candidate HubSpot Expands Beyond Marketing With New Products

Knowing if someone visited your pricing page can be an important signal, HubSpot CEO Brian Halligan says. “It actively watches all the people you designate as important. It pulls needles out of that haystack,” Halligan says. “So they can have much better conversations with ...

HubSpot revenue hit $29M in 2011, company reports

Last fall, CEO Brian Halligan told the BBJ that HubSpot expected to double its 2010 sales number, in 2011. The numbers were reported about an hour ago on Forbes.com, in an article that includes an interview with Halligan, in which he talked about the B2B marketing company's plans ...

Brian Halligan: Tips for Raising VC Funding

Don’t worry, raising venture capital is hard for everyone--even those with a distinct advantage and knowledge-base like Brian Halligan, the co-founder and CEO of HubSpot. Halligan, who has also authored two books, Inbound Marketing and Marketing Lessons From the Grateful ...

I'm Not You, You're Not Me. So Why Do We Have the Same Internet?

Check out this video from last year’s INBOUND conference where our CEO, Brian Halligan, talked about using content to pull people toward your brand, and then using context to deliver an experience that’s tailored to their interests. (Skip to the 12:00 minute mark. ) Says Halligan: ...

The Highs (and Lows) of Letting Your CEO Manage Twitter for a Day

If you were following @HubSpot on Twitter yesterday, you would've noticed that our CEO and Co-Founder Brian Halligan had commandeered the account. And while all you social media and community managers out there are probably cringing as I say this, I bet the CEOs and Twitter users of the ...

Why I Made Our CEO Pay $600 to Monitor Social Media For a Day

Before I knew it, our CEO and co-founder, Brian Halligan, had purchased the rights to use HubSpot’s Twitter account at the low, low rate of $600, which was donated to the Animal Rescue League of Boston. (Turns out it's kind of hard to outbid your CEO. ) His face lit up and I noticed a ...

HubSpot CEO: We would've struggled on the West Coast

But launching in the Boston area can offer advantages in terms of helping startups get attention in a more conventional way — through the press, HubSpot CEO and co-founder Brian Halligan said Friday at the TiECON East conference in Cambridge. In Silicon Valley, you're a small fish in a ...

HubSpot revenue rises 82% in 2012, to $52.5M

In an interview Friday, CEO and co-founder Brian Halligan said the new software was central to HubSpot's growth last year. "What we noticed is our customers are using the product more aggressively, and renewing at higher rates, and buying more products," Halligan said. HubSpot's ...

Modern Marketing: Turn Your Company Into a Magnet

Brian Halligan, founder of marketing software company HubSpot, says you should toss out the rules of traditional marketing, and embrace a new philosophy. Brian Halligan, founder of HubSpot, talks about the challenges within the changing landscape of marketing. Brian ...

HubSpot Raises Another $35M For More Acquisitions on Road to IPO

With more than $8 million left in the bank, HubSpot’s CEO Brian Halligan told me the impetus for raising another round was “to go faster,” which means, mostly, more acquisitions. “We really want to do more M&A,” he told me. (More on that in a bit. ) HubSpot’s ‘mezzanine round’ brings its ...

HubSpot plots new acquisitions, says Performable cost $20M

Boston Business Journal by Kyle Alspach, VC Editor HubSpot CEO and co-founder Brian Halligan sits in front of a wall of profiles of HubSpot employees at the company's Cambridge headquarters. The fast-growing marketing software firm is mulling acquisitions, new venture money and an IPO...

The Future According to HubSpot: Why They Win Even When You Delete Their Emails

Founded in 2006 by Shah and CEO Brian Halligan while at MIT, the company has raised $65 million, including a $32 million round in March of 2011. Its core product has combined a content management system for blogging and website management with web analytics and lead capture and ...

How Start-Ups Can Maintain Company Culture While Growing

According to CEO and Co-Founder Brian Halligan, that was when "the wheels started to come off. " Our largest cultural speed bump to date wasn't due to any external forces. Rather, it was because of internal adjustments that weren't quite right. We've taken two approaches to addressing ...

Business And Technology Advice From The World's Top Executives [SLIDESHARE]

Brian Halligan, CEO, HubSpot @bhalligan Answer customers' questions before they ask. – Brian Halligan, CEO, HubSpot @bhalligan Content can be the magnet that pulls new customers in. – Brian Halligan, CEO, HubSpot @bhalligan Cultivate a culture of teamwork across all ...

HubSpot Continues Rapid Trajectory with 82% Revenue Growth

CEO Brian Halligan announced today that HubSpot posted 82% annual revenue growth, with revenue from HubSpot’s inbound marketing software and services reaching $52.5 million. The catalysts behind the growth included the release of HubSpot 3, the company’s powerful integrated marketing ...

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