HubSpot is the best all-in-one sales, marketing and customer service CRM on the market, and I only work with businesses that use it or are ready to implement it. As a Platinum HubSpot Solutions Partner, I’m certified to onboard your business, so when you purchase “Hubs” through my agency, the one-time onboarding fees below are waived.
What HubSpot Charges For Onboarding
- $1000 for Sales or Service Pro
- $3000 for Sales or Service Enterprise
- $3000 for Marketing Pro
- $6000 for Marketing Enterprise
What most people new to HubSpot don’t realize is that when HubSpot onboards you, it is guidance-based and they’re NOT going to do the work for you or provide one-to-one training. HubSpot is very transparent about this on their website.
Many people reach out to me because they did pay for HubSpot onboarding, and then didn’t get enough one-to-one attention to feel confident in the platform. Months later they end up looking for a consultant like me to finish the job, help them find the holes in their automation strategy, build reports, and provide training for their sales and marketing teams.
My HubSpot Onboarding Fees
Unlike project consulting, I quote onboarding as a flat rate, starting at $750. It’s all dependent on the Hubs you buy, if you buy your Hubs through me, the complexity of your tech stack, integrations, data migrations, design/development needs, how many team members need to be trained, etc. Unlike HubSpot’s services, my onboarding is execution based, meaning I do the work for you. I’m not just going to send you a bunch of articles to read or videos to watch.
Onboarding typically takes 30-90-days and is based on the assumption that you’re purchasing HubSpot through my agency, Lovable Marketing. As long as you purchase your Hubs through me, HubSpot waives the onboarding fees mentioned above.
Let’s start with a 15-minute conversation, and see if we’re a fit. You’re here because you need to fix something about your sales and marketing. I can help you. The fact that you made it to my website without clicking any ads shows I might know what I’m doing. 😉
See you soon.