HubSpot Launches CMS Hub Starter, a New Offer for Growing Companies

HubSpot CMS Hub Starter

Source: HubSpot

HubSpot has launched CMS Hub Starter, a new tier for its web content management system (CMS) designed to equip growing companies, marketers, and developers with the tools they need to generate new business. The CMS Hub Starter offering is available now at $25 a month but is also included in HubSpot’s Starter CRM suite, which bundles all five of HubSpot’s Starter-tier offerings.

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HubSpot is frequently brought up in discussions on CRM integration, as most of the providers in the marketing world offer integrations with the company’s software. HubSpot is perhaps the most popular small business CRM since its core capabilities are available free of charge. Additional features, like enterprise licensing, can be purchased as an add-on to the commercially free options. HubSpot also has platforms and solutions for sales, service, content management, and operations.

With CMS Hub Starter, customers can develop reliable, secure, and fast websites with out-of-the-box security, CRM, and customization features. These include a web application firewall, SSL, and a globally hosted CDN. Since CMS Hub Starter is built on the HubSpot CRM platform, users can access all of their data and use it to identify what pieces of content are making the strongest impact on their target audience.

Angela DeFranco, the VP of product management at HubSpot, made the following statement: “Over the past year, we’ve seen just how important it is for companies to be able to create reliable and effective digital experiences. In addition to providing the tools our customers need to get their website up and running, CMS Hub Starter is also built on top of our CRM platform to help companies leverage their own data to create a better end-to-end customer experience.”

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William Jepma