As one of the first HubSpot Certified COS Design teams, we take pride in our COS work. Especially with January sneaking up on us, more and more HubSpot customers are looking at migrating their site to the COS once they can keep analytic continuity.
NOTE: HubSpot is currently updating its content editor and this guide is for using the old way of doing it. If you want help using the new editor check out this post for creating global modules and this one for how to edit them.
Downloading a HubSpot COS template is exciting! In general, these templates are very easy and intuitive to use. Click here to add content, type there to build a blog post, upload here to add an image... however not everything about the COS is as obvious as it could be.
This blog post will take a look at Global Modules, why they're beneficial, and how to use them in your COS site.
Before reading this guide, you may want to watch the tutorial video at the end of this post!
It's no secret that Calls to Action are one of the most important parts of your Inbound Marketing strategy. If you are a HubSpot customer, you know that the standard HubSpot Calls to Action are great, but sometimes you want to add a little extra "Oomph" to your site. If you're not yet a HubSpot customer, you may be struggling to put together professional Calls to Action for your websites and emails.
Imagine you're looking for a specific service or product. What is the first thing you would do? Hop on the computer and use your favorite search engine to search for what you're looking for, of course! You're going down the list of options and you click on a link that looks promising. The first thing you're going to see is a homepage for the business that will solve all of your problems. You're going to decide in just a few seconds whether or not this is the company for you. If their homepage doesn't appeal to you, you're probably going to leave it and never come back. This is why having a great homepage is so important. Your homepage is essentially the online face of your business.