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Triggers when a new company is available.
Triggers when a new contact is available.
Triggers when a new deal is available.
Triggers when a deal enters a specified deal.
Triggers when a new submission has been added to a specific form.
Adds a contact to a specific static list. (Marketing Hub Starter plans and above)
Adds a file to a specific contact.
Associates the deal with dealId with the contact.
Create a Company in HubSpot
Create a Deal in HubSpot
Creates a new Submission for a selected form.
Create a Ticket in HubSpot
Create or Update a contact in HubSpot
Update a Company in HubSpot"
Update a Deal in HubSpot
After you have created your outline, you can start writing your article. You can use the fplowing paragraph structure for each body section:
Paragraph 1 (Introduction)
Your Topic Sentence. Include a topic sentence that clearly states the point of your paragraph. Make sure that it is directly related to the topic sentence in the previous paragraph. Thesis Statement. State the main point of your paragraph in one sentence. Do not simply repeat the topic sentence you wrote in the previous paragraph. This statement should be a generalization; do not use specific numbers or facts unless they are common knowledge. Transition/Transition Words. Use transition words to connect each paragraph to the previous one. Transition words are also used to help your reader keep track of your argument and organize their thoughts as they make connections between paragraphs. Examples include, but are not limited to "furthermore," "moreover," "therefore," "on the other hand," "in addition," "as a result," and "thus." Paragraph 2 (Supporting Material. Explain how your topic sentence applies to your thesis statement. Provide specific examples, facts, and figures if possible. Do not simply restate what you said in the topic sentence without providing any new information. Transition/Transition Words. Use transition words as you did in the first paragraph to link this paragraph to the previous one. Paragraph 3 (Restatement. Restate your thesis statement in a different way or from a different perspective. Use transition words as you did in the first paragraph to link this paragraph to the previous one. Transition/Transition Words. Use transition words as you did in the first paragraph to link this paragraph to the previous one. Paragraph 4 (Conclusion. Restate your thesis statement. Use transition words as you did in the first paragraph to link this paragraph to the previous one. Transition/Transition Words. Use transition words as you did in the first paragraph to link this paragraph to the previous one. End with a concluding statement that sums up your main ideas and leaves your readers with a memorable thought or image.
Step 5. Revise and Edit Your Essay
Time for another break! Get away from the computer for about an hour or two to allow yourself time to think about how you are going to revise and edit your article. When revising, read through each paragraph carefully, and then check for these key areas:
Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar. Search for and fix any misspellings or typing mistakes you find along with punctuation errors such as missing periods, quotation marks, apostrophes, commas, and semicpons. Also, be sure that each sentence flows smoothly into the next one without any awkward word order or run-on sentences. Logic. Check to see if you have any illogical statements in your paper; these are often indicated by words such as "because" and "since." Make sure that every reason given supports your thesis statement and that no reasons contradict each other. Organization. Make sure that all of your paragraphs support your thesis statement and that each paragraph fplows logically from the previous one. If you are having trouble organizing your paragraphs, try placing them in a different order or grouping them together under a new heading. Mechanics. Make sure that all of your sentences are complete and end with proper punctuation (e.g., question marks, periods, and exclamation points. Also make sure that each sentence contains between 10 and 20 words, otherwise your readers will lose interest in what you have written. Content. Finally, check for content errors such as using the incorrect tense or using the wrong word altogether (e.g., there instead of their. This mistake especially can happen if you copy-pasted text from other sources (e.g., Wikipedia. into your paper without checking it for accuracy.
Once you have finished editing, it is time to proofread again more carefully before submitting your article!
Step 6. Proofread Your Essay
The final step! Seriously, go back through each section of your article at least once more, and definitely more than twice before submitting it. Even grammar experts miss things! In particular, be sure to check for:
Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar. as mentioned above, make sure that you have corrected all spelling, punctuation errors including run-on sentences and fragments. Check that you have used proper capitalization rules for titles and names (e.g., capitalize both words in sentences such as "The University of Wisconsin at Madison". Finally, always double-check that you have used the correct tense when giving dates (e.g., present vs past tense. Logical Flow . is everything making sense? Are there any parts of your article that seem irrelevant or out of place? Have you left out anything important? Is there any reason why your readers would disagree with what you have written? Be sure that every part of your article fits together logically so that there are no hpes in your argument! Keep in mind that you should use transitions (e.g., however. to show where one idea ends and another begins. Mechanics. Correct any mistakes you find such as spelling errors or incorrect punctuation (e.g., too many commas. Content Errors . make sure that everything makes sense and is accurate! Double-check facts such as dates or statistics if possible and cite any sources used properly! If a source is available online, be sure to make a note of it either on a separate page at the end of your document or in parentheses within the text (e.g., "(Wikipedia 2016)" or "(Smith 2014.")
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