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.
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.
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.
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.