The Niswey Blog

Our take on the whys and hows of digital marketing. Also, a peek into our cultural ethos and efforts to find marketing lessons in popular culture.

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Simran Sakshi

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How to Travel While Working Remotely for 3 Months Feat. Basil James

I first met Basil, when he joined Niswey as a design intern in 2019. A design intern in our Delhi office, all the way from Ernakulam in Kerala—who

A Journey of Self Discovery Feat. Pooja Seth

I vaguely remember my first meeting with Pooja, sometime in 2019, when she had first joined us as for a digital marketing internship. She joined us

Humans of Niswey: Stories of Culture, Team and Growth!

“You are only as good as your team” - Marshall Goldsmith
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Expressing Gratitude at the Workplace: Rose, Thorn, Bud 2022

When I first came across this term at Niswey, it had me curious. Rose Thorn Bud? What does that mean?! And over the years, as I see new people join
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WhatsApp Web Business Reports for HubSpot+WhatsApp Users

When you are using the HubSpot+WhatsApp integration to connect with your contacts, one of the most important things to focus on is - WhatsApp web
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WhatsApp Business API Integration with HubSpot: Everything You Need to Know

You may have often received WhatsApp messages like the one below, when you submit a form on a website, or book a flight, or order food on an app.
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5 Reasons Why You Need an Inbound Marketing Audit

Let’s start with the story of two types of businesses. Say your business is of Type A: You have been using inbound marketing for years now. With one
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How to Conduct an Inbound Audit of Your HubSpot Website?

Conducting an inbound audit is not a one-time work. Nor is it just for those who might have discovered their inbound marketing is failing. Infact, if
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4 Best Inbound Marketing Strategies to Follow During COVID-19

If the last few months have taught us one thing, it’s that ‘change is the only constant’, and the sooner we adapt to it, the better positioned we are