Brand & Capture

Our Latest Blog Post

Does Your Email Marketing Measure Up?

Posted by Kuno Creative

One of the oldest weapons in an online marketer’s arsenal, email marketing, has stayed the ground over the years—ever since we got our first Hotmail IDs.

Announcing HubSpot’s Newest Offerings: CRM and Sidekick

Posted by Andrew Osegi

We at Kuno Creative have some exciting news to share from HubSpot’s INBOUND Conference. Today, HubSpot CEO and Co-founder Brian Halligan announced the latest update to the HubSpot repertoire: a newly integrated CRM tool. This, along with new marketing features and a revamping of Signals, now called Sidekick, is an exciting step forward for all HubSpot users.

Kuno Creative Awarded HubSpot’s Happiest Clients Award for Third Year

Posted by Brianne Carlon Rush

The Kuno Creative team is proud and honored to be the third-time recipient of HubSpot’s Happiest Clients Award. Kuno also received the award in its inaugural year, 2012, and again in 2013.

Based on the traditional Chinese idea of chi, which is translated to “life force,” HubSpot developed the Customer Happiness Index (CHI) equation for determining the likeliness of long-term success with inbound marketing. The bottom line—when inbound marketing efforts increase, so does the likelihood for success. In fact, companies with high CHI scores often experience lifts in traffic, leads and renewal rates.

How Do I Know It's Time for a Website Redesign?

Posted by Lisa Gulasy

Soundcloud vs. Spotify: Social Music and Content Marketing

Posted by Andrew Osegi

Content Marketing vs Inbound Marketing: An Epic Bout?

Posted by John McTigue

3 Reasons You’re Not Getting More Blog Subscribers

Posted by Annie Zelm

5 Questions Companies Ask About Website Redesigns

Posted by Annie Zelm

Redesigning a website is a lot like remodeling a house. It’s a huge undertaking that raises all sorts of questions about what’s really important, what can be tossed aside and what’s just there for curb appeal.

Facebook News Feed Update: Killing Click-Bait

Posted by Andrew Osegi