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CommonPlaces Becomes A HubSpot Certified Agency Partner

CommonPlaces Becomes A HubSpot Certified Agency Partner

CommonPlaces is pleased to announce that we have joined the HubSpot inbound marketing team as a Certified Agency Partner. All-in-one marketing software company HubSpot recognizes the value of its certified agency partners and is glad CommonPlaces is part of a global effort to revolutionize marketing.

"It 's time to replace the world 's annoying, interruptive marketing with personalized inbound marketing -marketing people love, " says Jessica McKenzie, HubSpot Channel Account Manager. "We 're excited to have CommonPlaces onboard. "

Ben Bassi, CEO and President of CommonPlaces is equally delighted with the partnership. "We're very excited to announce this partnership with HubSpot. CommonPlaces has provided world class Open Source Websites for over ten years. ; We are now eager to provide digital marketing services to our clients to insure their success in the marketplace. ; With the certification from Hubspot, our developers will be better prepared to provide web solutions that will take advantage of inbound marketing practices."

By becoming a Certified Agency Partner with HubSpot, CommonPlaces will continue our evolution into an organization that combines a well-established experience in web and application development with the magic of digital marketing to deliver unique solutions to businesses and organizations of all sizes. Together, CommonPlaces and HubSpot are partnering to grow our businesses.

About CommonPlaces

CommonPlaces was originally founded in 1998 to provide hosted, web-based solutions to over 250 colleges and universities. During that time, CommonPlaces also owned innovative sites such as SixDegrees.com (of which patents and technology sold as basis of LinkedIn.com in 2003), Teen.com, and MyBytes.com (an early precursor to sites like Facebook). In 2003, CommonPlaces re-emerged as a premier open-source development firm. Since then, CommonPlaces has helped establish and strengthen the Web presence of over 450 successful projects throughout the country. Today, CommonPlaces has evolved into an organization that combines its well-established experience in web and application development with the magic of digital marketing to deliver unique solutions to businesses and organizations of all sizes.

About HubSpot

HubSpot is on a mission to replace the world 's interruptive and annoying marketing with marketing that people love. HubSpot 's inbound marketing software is the most powerful, tightly integrated, and comprehensive marketing software available. Designed specifically for marketers, HubSpot empowers companies to optimize every element of buyer interaction, from keyword research and social media to content and email to forms and offers. Over 8,600 companies in 56 countries use our software to create lovable inbound marketing to attract, convert, close, and delight visitors, leads, and customers. ; HubSpot has been named one of the most promising, fastest growing companies by Inc, Forbes, and Deloitte for the best possible reason: customer results. HubSpot investors include Google Ventures, Salesforce.com, Sequoia Capital, General Catalyst, Matrix Partners, Scale Investment Group, Altimeter Capital, and Cross Creek Capital. The company has over 450 employees, was founded in 2006. Their worldwide headquarters is in Cambridge, MA, and their European headquarters are located in Dublin, Ireland.

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