An Introduction to Marketing Streams

February 2, 2015 Uberflip Customer Success

Hubs has always been about showcasing your awesome content in a centralized, responsive (and not to mention good-looking) way to further engage your audience and keep inbound traffic, well, inbound.

Now with the introduction of Marketing Streams, you can further customize your content experience to highlight specific products, services or content you want to promote. And as usual, it’s as easy as a few clicks of a mouse.

Marketing Streams is a way to further segment the content that’s already in your Hub (or that you’re adding to it) based on what you want to promote. They’re a great way to create targeted content streams around a specific topic, campaign, audience or buyer persona.

Simply add a Marketing Stream as you would a regular stream, title it accordingly and select which content you want to add to it from within your application. Once you create your first Marketing Stream, a “Custom” section will appear in your Hub – you can add as many Marketing Streams to it as you want. For example, we’ve created an “Everything HubSpot” Marketing Stream for our HubSpot integration and a "Complete Guide to Hubs”  Marketing Stream dedicated to Uberflip features and how to use them.

Bonus: You can get rid of your Marketing Streams as easily as you create them. So if you’ve created a Marketing Stream for say, a time-sensitive promotion or contest, all you have to do it “hide” the collection once it’s over.

The best way to learn about Marketing Streams is to try one out yourself! Head into your Hubs dashboard, hit “Add a Stream” and get cracking. 

See how to create Marketing Streams to create highly targeted experiences for the right visitors.

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