Marketing Trivia: How Much Random Marketing Knowledge Do You Have?

Marketing_Trivia_Questions.jpgThink fast: Do you know what the Twitter logo is named after, or what animal species was featured in the first ever Instagram post?

Too easy? Okay, smarty pants, how about this one: In 2010, Google released an update to its algorithm called ____ that makes sure its search results are up to date with current events?

Here at HubSpot, we love marketing and we love trivia. This probably stems from the fact that we also love learning new things and challenging ourselves. Either way, we've decided to put together some fun questions designed to test your marketing trivia knowledge.

Check 'em out below.

Share your favorite marketing-themed trivia with us in the comments -- we can't wait to get stumped.

Play Inbound Speed Round, a marketing trivia game by HubSpot Academy.

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No longer a company that prioritizes moving fast and breaking things, Facebook has finally finished rolling out new emoji across its desktop and mobile sites. 

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That's right: Your ghosts, thinking faces, and drooling faces all have a fresh look. 

The company began rolling out the update in stages starting in September of last year. So far, only users of the website have access to the full range of emoji. People using Facebook's mobile apps will have to wait at least a little longer to bask in the glory that is the mean-mugging deerRead more...

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