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Mike Volpe joined HubSpot in early 2007 as the company's fifth employee and currently serves as chief marketing officer. He heads HubSpot's lead generation and branding strategy through inbound marketing, including blogging, search engine optimization, video marketing, and social media. Since Mike joined HubSpot, the company has grown from 10 to 10,000 customers, expanded from 5 to over 650 employees, and increased revenue from $0 to $77 million. Under Mike's leadership, HubSpot's marketing attracted a following larger than nearly any SaaS company including a blog with 1.5m monthly visits, 642,000 Facebook fans, 365,000 Twitter followers, over 100,000 LinkedIn group members, and an annual INBOUND conference with over 5,000 registered attendees. Mike appears as a marketing speaker at industry conferences and has guest lectured at Harvard Business School, Babson College, Carnegie Mellon, TCU, Boston University, and MIT Sloan School of Management.