Kieran Flanagan

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Marketing Director (EMEA) at Hubspot in Dublin (Karma: 3,705)

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  • INBOUND 2015
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  • Using HubSpot
  • INBOUND 2014
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  1. Kieran Flanagan added a comment on Pitch Imperfect: In which I Waste Everyone’s Time Answering Spam Emails. AGAIN. | The Everywhereist
    This made my day, I love the reply where she says, just joking I love drugs, was just making sure you weren't cops.
  2. Kieran Flanagan added a comment on The $100 Million Content Farm That's Killing the Internet
    @NathanSheusi not initially, he actually was running it on wordpress and grew it to crazy numbers, he only had the custom CMS after he got investment.
  3. Kieran Flanagan added a comment on The $100 Million Content Farm That's Killing the Internet
    I should of stuck to building sites for Adsense, who knew they could make you 100 million quid. I thought ViralNova got slammed by the Facebook updates. Seems like they managed to keep going after tho…
  4. Kieran Flanagan added a discussion Wired Magazine Asks People to Turn Their AdBlocking Off
  5. Kieran Flanagan added a comment on Skyscraper Technique Case Study: Why Famous SEO Strategies Won't Work For You
    This is a really great article. What I took from the article is your content was actually pretty successful. You generated a bunch of great links. To me the technique worked pretty well. Your right to…
  6. Kieran Flanagan added an article Growth Hacking Your SaaS Startup - a Guide
  7. Kieran Flanagan added a comment on The Top 4 Reasons SEO Is Dead
    So, what else can we add to the endless supply of "SEO is Dead" articles. Decline in numbers of searches, mobile apps, Facebook and a reduction in organic listings are all reasons to suggest SEO "coul…
  8. Kieran Flanagan added an article The Top 4 Reasons SEO Is Dead
  9. Kieran Flanagan added a comment on Facebook's Secret Plan to Kill Google -- and Become the Second Trillion-Dollar Company
    Google have 80% (or maybe more? of the mobile market). People search less on mobile, but they also convert a lot less on mobile. It's pretty impressive how much of Facebooks revenue come from mobile a…
  10. Kieran Flanagan added a slideshare Slide Deck: The Marketers Guide to Growth Spurts