#Spotted: Last Week’s Top 3 for Marketers

We keep our eyes peeled for the latest and greatest to advise and inspire marketers like you.

Last week we discovered three nuggets we’re sure you’ll enjoy. From mobile innovations to content marketing tips, our top three will give your marketing prowess a jumpstart.

1. Battle of Smartphone Design

Mashable explored the very logical question, “Will the iPhone 6 Fit in Your Pocket?

Perhaps not. But that doesn’t seem to dissuade Mashable staff members from wanting this phabulous phablet.

Back in Canada, Blackberry is jumping on the new-and-improved smartphone wagon. They unveiled the new Porche Design P’9983. Sadly, TechCrunch reports, “This is a Ford Fiesta with a Porche 911 body.”

New Blackberry Porche Smartphone

2. Content Marketing Tips from #Inbound14

Hubspot‘s banner annual event was last week in the company’s hometown of Boston. The 4-day agenda was impressive, bringing together subject matter experts from agencies and brands, thought leaders, and of course, Martha Stewart. One #Inbound14 tweet that caught our eye was all about the hot topic of content marketing.

Presenter Kieran Flanagan, Director of Marketing EMEA at Hubspot, shared his content marketing management expertise via this Slideshare deck. This is no top-level summary presentation. Oh no, it’s so much more. Not matter how great you are at producing content, it’s worth your time as a marketer to put these 128 slides to work.

While you’re at it, mark your calendars (and training budgets) for Inbound 2015.

 3. Our Agencies’ Enthusiasm

We welcome new creative agencies to Agency Spotter daily. We love when they return the favor. London branding agency Arm & Eye went all out:

Spread your enthusiasm too. Share your favorite portfolio on Agency Spotter and tell your network how our platform has helped you find the right digital marketing agency or design firm.

Keep Your Eyes Peeled

Savvy marketers know how to stay on their toes, ready for the Next Big Thing. Consider Agency Spotter your partner in crime, helping you find the right creative talent that can tackle deliver a responsive web design or a brand-defining campaign. So stay on those toes and start your search today.

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Claire Wallace