#Unpacked EP5: HubSpot Pages

George: All right Remington. Remington it's still spinning, it's not spinning anymore, which means we are live on Facebook for another episode of Sprocket Talk Unpacked. Remington, I'm super excited because this is the first time that we're doing Sprocket Talk Unpacked, and I actually have my iPad right here. Look at this, it's even got a Sprocket Talk little sticker on it and it's got.

Remington: Nice.

George: It's got the comments, and the people, and the hearts, and the emojis because you know I love emojis. By the way, by the way, by the way, because we're talking about pages, HubSpot pages, and because there are so many things that you can do with HubSpot pages. If you end up liking this episode of Sprocket Talk Unpacked, just leave a brain explosion emoji in the comments, like oh my gosh, I didn't know you could do that. Remington, before we jump into this though, I feel like we would be remised if we didn't mention one thing before we actually get into the goodness, and that is the fact that you fine sir, you fine sir are an Inbound speaker officially as of today.

Remington: Yeah.

George: Talk to the Sprocket Talk audience about what that feels like.

Remington: Yeah, so I'm pretty stoked. It's been a goal of mine for a long time, and this year we didn't really let anything get in its way, but it's going to be pretty incredible, and you guessed it, I'm talking about conversational marketing with HubSpot and sales. Conversational marketing and sales.

George: That's right, that's right.

Remington: It's going to be a lot of fun.

George: I can't wait, I can't wait. I'm going to be cheering Remington on. I'm speaking too as well.

Remington: Yeah.

George: Sales video tips, a whole bunch of ninja tricks you can do to build relationships and revenue, but that's not why we're here, but hopefully we see you at Inbound. We'd like to see you at our sessions as well as just in general because it's the magic moments in the hallways that we all love. So Remington, let's get started on this episode. HubSpot Pages. Go ahead and go first.

Remington: Go first. All right. One of my favorite things about HubSpot pages are the fact that they are on HubSpot and they have revision control from the beginning of time. So a lot of people like wait, why does that matter? Well it matters when you have more than one chef in the kitchen, and it is one of those things that you can change something and then realize you made a mistake, or you could forget that you did something.

George: Yeah.

Remington: You're literally going to have revisions and previews of all those changes all the way from the beginning. So if nothing else, you don't have to worry about your website because you have revisions covered.

George: Yeah, that's one of those micro, I don't even think I thought about that, but that is a gold one. Being able to be like look, look we all make oops in life, right? So if you make an oops in your website, you're good to go. So let's go even a higher level here for a hot second because what I want to talk about is a page is a page is a page, at least when it comes to Google and the internet. Nobody is really paying attention to a different style of page. It's like, Google doesn't look at a pillar page and inherently go, "This is a pillar page." Or, "Oh, great thank you page." It's like no, there is a page with content, however, every page has its purpose, and so from a 50,000 foot view, I'm glad that you as a HubSpot user can go in and when you want to create a website page, create a website page. When you want to create a blog page, you can create a blog page. When you want to create a landing page or a thank you page, you can create a landing page or a thank you page, and when you want to create a survey page, oh snap.

Remington: You build a website page.

George: See, here's the thing, here's the thing, that's the thing right there, right? So everybody gets, and that's my tip, like I was literally storytelling to get into my tip. By the way, if you have questions or comments let us know in here. Brain emoji if we get you to that point and you love this episode, but here is the thing. Everybody wants to look and be like, "Well those are blog pages. I can only create blogs." Like those are website pages, I can only create like service, and product, and contact us, and about us. Or those are landing pages so I can do conversions and thank you pages on there. A page is a page is a page, so if you want to create something out of the box, something special, I love that HubSpot Pages allow you do that in a plethora of ways. You're right Remington. You could fire up a website page and turn it into a template that looks like a survey, it could be a HubSpot form, you could literally do a survey or you could do it in the landing page tool to keep it as part of the conversion process. You could put it in there, use some type of designed thank you page, it's not really a thank you page, so it's a survey page.

George: Anyway, the fact that you can have flexibility of using pages in any way that you want to is super dope to me. What's next, fine sir?

Remington: Yeah, yeah, yeah. So you bring up a page is a page is a page, unless it's a landing page, and so I'm going to bring that up. I'm going to bring that up because, so a lot of times, and if you don't have the HubSpot CMS and you don't have website pages in your portal, just put your [inaudible 00:05:09] on, or maybe don't because you might want to just move your stuff over to CMS.

George: Or upgrade, upgrade.

Remington: Right. But the big thing is you have these landing pages, and landing pages are there for what? To convert, right? So landing pages, if you have a landing page, it should have a form on it, no, it has to have a form on it.

George: Right.

Remington: And I mean that because a lot of times you'll find, especially people new to HubSpot, they'll create their landing page and they'll create their thank you page in the landing page's tool, and while on paper or on screen it might not seem like a problem, you're doing yourself an injustice from a reporting stand point because your average conversion rate is going to tank, and the reason your average conversion rate is going to tank is because HubSpot is going to see someone go to landing page A and then go to thank you page A, and they're going to say, "Oh, this had a 50% conversion rate, you're awesome. This thank you page if it's not, doesn't have a conversion on it has a 0% conversion rate, and now your average is going to drop." So if you have website pages make all of your thank you pages in your website pages, and you can also do it, if you've already, if you're like, "Oh crap, that's me." All you got to do is go to the page and say, "Move to website pages." And it's going to reorganize and get everything over where it should, because that's going to affect analytics down the road, and you know that point where your boss says, "Hey, why should we have HubSpot?" You want to be able to pick that up and go, "Here's my conversion rates."

George: Yeah, yeah. So if you feel like you should rewind that section right there and listen to it again, or if you have a beating heart, just leave a comment in the sections here. Let us know that you're part of the show. We love when you're part of the show. Hey, it's funny that we kind of keep going off of the typical road that people might think that we're going to talk about when it comes to pages. I kind of want to continue to go in that direction. One of the things that I love about HubSpot pages is the fact that you have a staging area. A place where you can actually go work on edits and modifications without worrying about the world seeing that you're running around in your living room in your underwear, because that gets awkward really, really quick. Meaning like there have been times Remington where I've been editing, many times actually if I'm honest with myself and everybody that's viewing this right now. There have been times when I've been designing or developing in WordPress live pages and been like, "Oh man, I got to get done quick because somebody might be seeing this." Totally terrible, I get it, it's not the right way to do it. It's really easy to do in other CMSs.

Remington: And you don't do that for clients.

George: No, I don't do that for any of our clients. This is personal stuff I'm talking about, but because our clients are typically in the HubSpot CMS, but anyway, I digress. The point is, HubSpot has made it so easy to have a place where you can work on, create the best, most amazing, beautiful pages that you can launch to the world, and they're all staged, they're all hidden, and it's so easy. Just hit a couple clicks, boom. They're out in the world for the goodness. What's next fine sir with HubSpot pages?

Remington: Yeah, so just so everyone, just to make sure everyone knows, you're talking about staged pages or.

George: Yes.

Remington: Our content staging, and content staging is amazing.

George: Yes.

Remington: Especially, especially when you're thinking about migrating your website over to a new design, right? So it's a perfect example right there. So another thing that people, and a lot of people might not know, is there's something called dynamic pages.

George: Do tell, do tell.

Remington: So dynamic pages, so if you have, if you're a wholesale company or you're a manufacturing company, you could have a 1000 parts on your parts list that you manufacture, you create, or you sell. You could have reviews, you could have the description, you could have the price, you could have all of these things. You could have a form that you want them to fill out. All of these things you would want to make one, searchable, and two you would also want to make sure that people could actually get into those dynamic, or into those pages and see the information, right? Well, what's crazy is before HubDB, or dynamic pages now, you had to create every single one of those pages manually, and then that time that your boss comes and says, "Hey, we're no longer selling this family of products." You would either have to delete or update however many products they told you to delete, or in some examples, a couple years ago I remember we built out a real estate website for a client, and they have all the properties that they had throughout the entire region, and they were like, "It's great, we love this until our boss changes the pricing on all of the homes." And then you have to go through all of those pages, right?

Remington: So when we started asking clients where that information was, it was almost always in a spreadsheet, and this is what's awesome about dynamic pages. You can take a list, literally a spreadsheet, imagine a Google spreadsheet, and you could upload that in, and if you have a developer that is able to build you out these dynamic pages, you can create a indexable and fully controllable family of pages, all from a spreadsheet. So we're talking like you could deploy a 1000 pages with simply uploading the list of information that's in the system, as easy as uploading contacts into HubSpot.

George: That's amazing, that's amazing Remington. I mean, there are people sitting there, mind totally blown. I don't see any bind blow emojis in the comment section yet, but Remington, I do have one question. If they're sitting there and they're saying, "Well, I don't have a developer Remington." Then what should they do?

Remington: Yeah, so we got a couple.

George: I mean, right. That's what I'm saying, duh.

Remington: Right. Yeah, so we could totally help with that, but in addition what's really cool is the hardest part of building that out is getting the information, and so if you got all that information in a spreadsheet, you'll be able to get it imported, and it's not going to be as, you're not going to have to create a 1000 pages, right? You're just going to have to create a listing template which is going to have where all the pages are, and then a product template or the actual profile, similar to blog listing and posts.

George: Yeah, yeah. Okay so we're going to keep on going because we probably got like 47 things that we could say in a very limited amount of time. One thing that I like about HubSpot pages and again, trying to stay away from the typical things that one might think we're going to talk about. I love that HubSpot pages are searchable, and I don't mean searchable in Google because everybody can search in Google, but what I'm talking about is that there is a module that you can create that you can have search on your site that will search the pages on your site. It's super slick, it's super simple, we've done it for many of our clients. That's a little nugget, if you're sitting there and you have a site, and you're doing blog content, and pillar pages, and website pages, and thank you pages, and landing pages, and you're not giving your user an easy way to find what they want immediately, you might want to focus on having search on page, on HubSpot pages. Remington, what's next?

Remington: Yeah, so I'm going to expand on that because the search is, what's awesome about the search, and a nerdy moment, right? If you want to-

George: Are you upping me again? Is this one of those episodes where you like, I say something and you take it to the next level?

Remington: Maybe this time, but not anymore.

George: Okay.

Remington: So what's cool about the HubSpot search functionality is you can drop that module on any page to make it easy to find, but in addition what you can do is you can also modify the scope of that search, and so in non-nerdy speak, you can make it so it only shows those dynamic pages, or you can make it so it only shows or searches blogs, or you can make it so it shows or searches everything. But if you still have on your 404 page, like type in some random URL on your website, if you still have the Google Search function, you are losing money, because people are going to be going back to Google and are going to be taking off. Very easily you could switch that around and put that in, and if you're like, "Wait, how does this search work." You could go to impulsecreative.com/search, and you could search your heart out about dynamic pages, or website pages, or HubSpot. You could try it out. Let us know what you think.

George: Yeah, yeah. Having Google Search on your website is almost as dumb as having YouTube on your website at this point because you're just letting people go. You're letting people go all sorts of places. You know what I loved about that section though? You literally said, "Hang on, hang on. Let me speak human for a minute." Because you realized that you just went nerdy, which I love that, I love that. Here's the other thing, I'm going to go in one of the sections where people might have thought that we are going to go, but it is a part that I absolutely love about HubSpot pages in general, is the fact that they have an optimization section. A place that for people who don't really know the SEO best practices can realize that their title, and their H1, and their meta descriptions have matching keyword phrases, and that they may or may not have a call to action on that page and all sorts of things that you can look at a kind of a granular level to see how can I make this page better. So I love the fact that you can optimize your page in a very easy way around a keyword phrase. It's just super wonderful.

Remington: Yeah.

George: So Remington, what do you got next?

Remington: I'm sorry man.

George: You're going to up me.

Remington: Google Search ... Google Search Console, like another, like going back to this per page and the optimization, what's really cool is you go to that group. If you integrate Google Search Console, you can now see that optimization happening on a page by page level. So you can see the pages and the queries that page is actually doing, so that's all I had for that. But taking that a step further, no, I'm just kidding.

George: Yeah, no, he didn't want to get up next level thing, man.

Remington: Another thing I really love is the settings tab of each of the pages, and specifically the campaigns because in a lot of cases you're going to have organized, unorganized places for all of your content. You're not going to know how many assets you have of certain page topics or anything like that, unless you got some random spreadsheet in your back pocket that's keeping track of it all. If you're using HubSpot, whether it's HubSpot blogs, HubSpot pages, HubSpot landing pages, HubSpot emails, any of those things, you can organize it all by campaign. So if you have all of your service pages that are in a campaign service pages, or you have all of your marketing service pages as marketing, or however you want to slice it and dice it, if you associate all those pages, you'll be able to look at reporting for just those families of pages, and it can work really well with your pillar page strategy or anything else like that. But you can easily see what pages matter for what audience and that kind of thing.

George: If you have a question for Remington and I, just throw it in the comments section. Remember, if we blow your mind or you just love this show, do the brain explosion emoji. Hey, you know I really think Remington that using HubSpot pages is smart, wicked smart. You know why I think it's wicked smart?

Remington: Because they're from Boston?

George: No, because of smart content baby.

Remington: I knew the answer.

George: I can't believe that, I know you did, but I had to put you in there, reel you in. So here is the deal. The fact that you can do smart content, which by the way there are plugins in WordPress and other CMSs that pseudo let you do this, but nothing as elegant that I have found as being able to do smart content on your pages, and I'm talking about anything from different videos for different life cycles, or different copy for different lists, or mobile devices, all sorts of things. Just being able, because at the end of the day, at the end of the day folks, your website cannot be brochure wear, right? It has to be a place where your potential customers, your prospects, your leads are having a contextual conversation around the products, the services or the problems that they're facing and trying to solve, and if you can understand them at a better level, which by the way is why the whole thing, all these pages are based of a foundation of a CRM, contact relationship manager so you have the context. Now you all got all the context, but you're not leveraging smart content to have the right conversation. It amazes me.

Remington: Yep.

George: I love smart content with pages. What else [inaudible 00:17:42]?

Remington: It's super smart. Super smart. Personalization. So kind of tying into smart content, but personalization I think is a lot of fun because you could take, now it can be creepy, can be like, "Hey George, I see you at one two three some street." Right, because you'll be like, "What?"

George: How do you know where I live?

Remington: Right. Well because you told me in the CRM.

George: I did.

Remington: Like I know.

George: Right.

Remington: But no, the big thing is you can use personalization to take that context and just really just put a cherry on top. Part of the examples on our homepage in Impulse Creative, we've got that little bit there that's like, if we don't know who you are, that content says, "We help companies like yours." But if we do know who you are, we're saying, "We help companies like HubSpot." Or you know like, give me a, Dunkin' Donuts.

George: Oh yeah.

Remington: "We can help companies like Dunkin' Donuts get more leads and sell more donuts." We can literally create that kind of an experience with smart content for sure.

George: Oh man, look at this comment just saying, "Different forms for international visitors." Boom, absolutely.

Remington: Love it.

George: Without a doubt. That's the thing, when you start to think about things like this, there's so many different smart ways that you can go with the things that you're going to do.

Remington: Yeah.

George: You know what I love too about pages, and this is a very micro one, I love being able to clone a page. I don't think people understand how much time, I actually was just on a training with one of our clients, we were actually talking about workflows, but I then pulled back 50,000 foot view, HubSpot just in general, I said that one of the most impactful things that you can do is learn where the clone button is for every single tool if you're trying to optimize your time as a HubSpot user, because starting from scratch, well, it's okay sometimes and needed others, but if you can start with a midway jumping off point and just tweak and finesse the rest of what you're trying to do, man, you can get so much more done. So please, by all that is holy, find the clone button for all of your pages and the rest of your HubSpot tools. What else you got, fine sir?

Remington: The PSA is make sure to change your title, your title tags and meta descriptions.

George: Well yeah, I mean.

Remington: I'm just saying.

George: Come on.

Remington: You just got to put that out there.

George: Yeah, that's probably a good point.

Remington: Coffee even needs a hot disclaimer, I think we need a disclaimer [inaudible 00:20:15]. So any who.

George: Dude I, got to go, I got to go get some Dunkin' Donuts right now. You've literally said coffee, you've said hot, you've said Dunkin' Donuts.

Remington: So you bring up cloning, I think that's great. The other thing is like the templating structure in HubSpot forces you, now for those WordPress junkies it can feel very uncomfortable, right? Because you always have a template layout you can drop some content in and it's the same thing. It's very familiar. It forces you to conform into a box that you're not allowed to break out of, and so it can be very uncomfortable, but that uncomfortableness is where the magic is, because HubSpot, with HubSpot you can set up templates and again, this might be a little bit of a developer thing but they have drag and drop templates where you create that template. So to your point where you can get like 80% of the way with a cloned page, you can get 50 to 60% of the way with a template that's designed the way that you want it to be for a specific audience or a specific purpose, and you can create templates galore, and so that especially works well when you're dealing with multiple people working on pages. You can press deploy and you have like a 65% done page.

George: Oh yeah.

Remington: So that's a huge one. So I got one more. Oh man, I forgot it. Go ahead.

George: Oh well then, okay, see. See, the universe said, "No, you don't because it's GBT'S time to go." And here's the thing. The fact that we have talked about pages this entire time, and I am about to say this thing right here, and by the way I got another one that I can't believe we haven't mentioned either, but the fact that you can A/B test your junk baby.

Remington: That's what I was going to say.

George: Oh my gosh A/B testing with HubSpot pages is ridiculously crazy cool. I just love it so much because you should always be testing. Oh okay, go ahead and next level me. Next level me, I didn't mean to steal your thing, go ahead, go ahead.

Remington: So a lot of people know you can A/B test landing pages, but you can also test website pages.

George: Darn tootin'.

Remington: So I just want to make, make sure that's clear.

George: Darn tootin'.

Remington: Yup.

George: Yeah, yeah. So he did kind of up one me because I just didn't get specific to pages, you know Remington.

Remington: No, but that was what I was going to say, and then-

George: Uh-huh (affirmative).

Remington: I lost it.

George: Uh-huh (affirmative).

Remington: I was just, I was teeing you up.

George: Yeah, yeah. Because you know, yeah, okay. So the other thing that I was going to mention that we hadn't talked about, by the way, that's probably going to be a snippet that I'm going to put on the internet, just saying, because I'm a big dork and that was fun. But the other thing that I cannot believe that we have not talked about yet is the fact of that you have mad dope reporting. All the things that you can see with the pages, that's happening on the pages, around the pages, before the pages. Like come on, like come on. Page reporting is just super, super amazing. How much time do we got left?

Remington: Yeah.

George: We got a couple more minutes. What else you got Remington?

Remington: Yeah, so the other thing, and now I'm getting nerdy.

George: I can't believe you haven't brought up HubDB.

Remington: Well I kind of do with dynamic pages, but.

George: But anyways, Go ahead.

Remington: Do you want me go HubDB or you?

George: No, go head, go head, go ahead, you go ahead.

Remington: So the accessibility of information, now this is like wait, what? So there's a developer mode that you can spin up to view all of the potential variables that are available on page, and because HubSpot is also your CRM as well as your CMS, that information can be merged in. So you can do a lot of really amazing things. You can change content, certain areas of content for customers only. You could show certain things, you could change colors based on what people told you their favorite color was. We could literally go in a lot of different directions.

George: I like fuchsia.

Remington: So the capabilities are there. Yeah, we could totally of fuchsia. I mean, that might be a little hard in the eyes, but we could do it, but orange for sure we can do. But you know, in general if you have an idea and you're like, "I really wish HubSpot could do blank." I'm 99% sure that it can happen.

George: Yeah.

Remington: And I'm going to ... And I'm serious. That's a huge ... People are like, "What? Yeah right." No, seriously. If you think you can do it in WordPress, I guarantee we can do it in HubSpot.

George: Yeah. Yeah, I'm not going to disagree. I mean, I.

Remington: Well, HubSpot can do it, sorry, I'm not trying to sound promotional.

George: Well no, no, no, no. HubSpot can do it, but guess what, who are you going to call? Impulse Creative. I'm just going to throw that out there real quick because I can, because it's our show, and you know, we can pretty much say whatever we want because that's the way we roll, and we talk about HubSpot, and we talk about WordPress, and we talk about each other sometimes, and that's when the show gets really interesting. You know the other thing I love. Oh well, no.

Remington: What do you love?

George: You were going to sell me.

Remington: I got two more, I got two more, so we just got to fit them in.

George: Okay, so mine is going to be quick. Mine is going to be quick. So I love the fact that you can archive pages because every page that's created doesn't need to stay created, and sometimes because you jumped on this bandwagon of content marketing and it was quantity, quantity, quantity, quantity, you might decide that it's a game of quality, and instead of having 5,000 pages, maybe you'll have a better SEO with 50. I don't know, just do some research, I'm saying, and the fact of that you would go and delete all those pages and then be like, okay, that was a really bad idea, I wish I had all those pages back. Well, if you archived them, then you would. Kind of like revisions, just saying. Remington, what else you got?

Remington: Yeah. So you mentioned HubDB.

George: Yeah.

Remington: So I'm going to set the stage here.

George: By the way, that was me teeing it up for you.

Remington: Yeah, yeah. Thanks for bringing that up.

George: Yeah, yeah.

Remington: And I got one more.

George: I'm here for you.

Remington: To tee it off. Thanks. I mean, you really are. So HubDB, so imagine you've got that team page, and you have 147, I really like that number today, 147 team members.

George: Play the pick three people, play the pick three, just saying.

Remington: Yeah.

George: 147.

Remington: And along with that a 147, you've got 14 categories, and you've got three different districts, right, for all these team members, and you got to keep track of who is there. Who's getting hired, who's getting fired, like all of that, and you got to show them on your team page, and then they all have to have a profile page. Anyways, okay.

George: That's a lot of math, bro.

Remington: There's a lot of stuff, but really what it comes down to, like how do I find this page to delete it so that it's no longer there? HubDB would allow for you to show pictures of people that are going to be on your about us page, or it could be testimonials that are randomly generated and shared throughout the entire, not generated but shown, through the entire site. But in addition to that, HubDB allows for you to be dynamic in elements that are on your page. So you could, and with Impulse we have it so that we have random backgrounds on our service pages and they're defined by our HubDB. So they show up different based on families of people. We don't have to go, oh crap, that person is not here, that hasn't happened in a long time, but a lot of those things. Like you just go to one spot and update it. So it's a really cool database structure. You can share, you could have, you could do slideshows with it, testimonials with it, team pages or team profiles with it, what else can we do?

George: Remington is pretty much saying you can do almost anything with it, and-

Remington: The chooser on our websites there. Yeah, so just about anything.

George: Yeah, you've got event pages. All sorts of stuff.

Remington: Yeah, [inaudible 00:27:50] event maps.

George: Yeah.

Remington: Location maps.

George: Super dope.

Remington: You could do real estate pages. You can literally do anything with HubDB.

George: [inaudible 00:28:00].

Remington: All right, my final one.

George: No, no, no, no, no, it's my turn, my turn.

Remington: All right.

George: We officially have two minutes, so by the way, if you've loved this episode, if you love us being dorks and nerds, mind blown emoji in the comment. If you're watching the rerecording, or the pre recording, or the recorded version, I don't know, anyway.

Remington: Thank you.

George: Whatever. Go ahead, I got to it, it took me a minute, but I got around to it. Anyway. Leave a comment in the section for us, and by the way, let us know what topics you want us to cover. Okay. You know what else I love as a savvy marketer? Not a nerd, not a developer, I love the fact that when I go into HubSpot pages, I can see the mobile, the tablet, and the desktop view so that I can make sure that my junk looks good before I put it out to the world, because there's nothing worse than running around in your living room with your underwear on, than somebody coming over and your underwear being on the floor, and you look like you're a big hot mess, and if you're not paying attention to mobile, and desktop, and tablet, you're a big hot mess. I'm just going to throw that out there. You might want to go into your portal and go clicky, clicky, clicky, and make sure everything looks A-okay. Remington, what's your last one for this episode in HubSpot pages?

Remington: So I can't believe we talked about pages for a half hour, and I still feel like I got another 45 minutes worth.

George: Right.

Remington: But this is awesome. So the last thing I'll leave with, there was going to be a different one, but the last thing I'll leave with is the ability to password protect pages, and the ability to gate pages for membership. Now, you only get the gate pages for membership if you are an Enterprise Marketing Hub user, but.

George: Upgrade, upgrade.

Remington: It is super legit. So we actually have a video course that we built out. We've essentially created an LMS using it. You should totally check out that video course, and then in addition to that, we've done some pretty crazy stuff where we're almost creating user profiles within the tool and everything else. So there's a really powerful application to be able to do that, and what's cool about it is you can gate families of pages as well. So you can make it so that it's available by people on certain lists. We talked about it a little bit in the last episode when we were talking about lists themselves, but the fact that you can go into a bunch of pages and say anyone who is a customer can see these pages, it really opens things up. So the password protecting a page is something that I think is highly underappreciated though, because you could have sales resources on that page, you could have like here is a list of everything you could send to people, it could be here is the list for all these event codes for Inbound this year, I don't know, it's random thing, but it could be behind a password protected page, right?

George: Wow.

Remington: And so password protected and gating pages is super legit, and the final piece, the cherry on top of that is you can also choose when a page expires.

George: Oh yeah.

Remington: Or when a page is published.

George: See, we literally could go.

Remington: I had to slide that.

George: Yeah, yeah, he's like, like throwing stars. HubSpot page throwing starts, that was Remington for the last minute. Here's the thing, we could literally talk about HubSpot pages for I think another 45 minutes, it's ridiculous, which means it's a tool that should be leveraged. If you're watching this and you're a HubSpot user, and you've had somebody ask you, "Why in the world would I use HubSpot?" Be like, "Yo, just go watch this half an hour thing on HubSpot pages that they put out, it's ridiculous."

Remington: Amen.

George: And then they'll be HubSpot partners with you. By the way, speaking of being HubSpot partners, if you're going to Inbound, and you'd like to do a Sprocket Talk meet up when we're there, leave it in the comments because I'm going to be kind of dragging that question along in a couple different places, in my personal profile, in the group, see how many people actually want to do a meet up.

Remington: Yeah.

George: Because we're totally thinking about do we want to do a dedicated time, a dedicates space, Sprocket Talk meet up. Hey look, they're turning the lights out on us Remington. We got to go. Everybody say goodnight Gracie, goodnight Gracie. We'll see you next time. I'm George B Thomas, he's.

Remington: Remington Begg.

George: Remember, leave your comments below to what you want us to teach you next time. See ya.

Remington: See ya.