George Thomas: That's right, Sprocket Talk viewers and listeners, we are live again for this episode of Unpacked. Remington is obviously feeling better. How are you doing fine sir?
Remington Beggs: I'm feeling better. I'm in the soundproof box so I'm sorry it's not orange in the background, but I got to level out your orange. I can't believe I'm saying that, those words coming out my mouth.
George Thomas: Right. What's up with that? I don't even know what to do with that, the fact that you're almost complaining about my orange walls behind me.
Remington Beggs: No complaint, just jealous right now.
George Thomas: But it does level it out. Yeah, it's funny. The inside of that box should probably be at least an orange stripe or something going on there.
Remington Beggs: Right, maybe a logo right here.
George Thomas: There you go. That would be nice. There you go. Remington, today we are talking about HubSpot of course. We are talking about properties. This is really wide open. But the idea of this kind of came about with the thinking that there's a lot of properties out there. We're not even talking custom properties, we're just talking default properties by HubSpot. Really, curious how many people out there are using all of them, some of them, none of them and ones that maybe tickle your fancy, if you will. As we get into this, what is a property that you want to kick this off with?
Remington Beggs: First off, whenever we talk about properties, people... Whenever we talk about HubSpot, no one ever says that they really love properties.
George Thomas: Right. Right.
Remington Beggs: But it's like what HubSpot is. When we are having the conversation and we're like, "What are we going to do next?" I'm like, "Wait, what have we really touched on?" What's interesting is everything we've touched on has to do with properties, but we haven't talked about properties themselves. I think it's only relevant to give at least one episode to properties. One of the properties that I think people don't use when they get started with HubSpot is really focusing on the original source and the original source drill down one and two because there's a gold mining of info that that's there and allows for you to really know who's in your database and where they came from and that's before you even add any custom properties yourself. Original source shows social, paid... social, paid, email marketing, that kind of thing and then they drill down one and two.