I am the editor / manager of customized WordPress.org blog page. Our Communications director recently signed us up for Hubspot. The teleconference made it sound like the answer for everything, including the ability to get rid of unwanted links on Google’s “Searches Related to . . .” at the bottom of the search list. In fact, this single concern is driving the whole decision to purchase and use Hubspot..
My question: Can Hubspot’s list of key words and all that they do have any effect at all on google’s list of “Searches Related to . . .?”
If so, what level of traffic would be required to affect and sustain such a change? We really do not have a huge volume of traffic?
Or is Hubspot just saying what they know we want to hear to make a sale?
I am a Senior Inbound Marketing Consultant at HubSpot.
HubSpot is a very powerful marketing automation platform, made up of lots of different tools, like the keyword app you’re referring to.
The HubSpot keyword tool specifically is a great piece of marketing software that can help you plan and organize a strategy to help you rank for specific keywords, but by no means should you be under the impression that it can do the work for you.
Whether or not you get rid of unwanted links on Google is entirely dependent upon you, but HubSpot has all of the tools and analytics to make it easier.
Hope that helps and happy to answer any follow up questions.
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