Delivering on the Promise of the Platform

Where most platforms get it wrong

So many platforms require custom development and hours of expensive admin time, just to make them usable for the everyday marketer.

HubSpot’s approach to marketing automation platforms

  1. Every marketer should have access to a platform that is going to scale with them.
  2. Platforms can be powerful, without being overengineered.

What does this look like in practice?

Instead of layering on different elements like other platforms, creating a cobbled together system that’s a headache for the everyday user, we invest in enhancing these platform-wide primary colors.

Delivering our platform, without compromising our vision

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