This program offers you the opportunity to master platform-specific skills valued by top employers, while at the same time establishing a broad-based understanding of the whole digital marketing ecosystem. After graduating, you’ll be ready to join a large corporation or a small firm, or even go independent as a freelance digital marketer.
1. Campaign Monitor: Before we switched to Marketo, we enjoyed the way you can design beautiful emails with Campaign Monitor and see great reports with breakdowns by browser, mobile, country, etc. Given the ever-growing number of people reading emails on mobile, this is really a must-have insight. Also, A/B tests are super easy to set up. Recently, with ‘Canvas’ they even added a superbly easy way to pick from responsive design templates and modify them drag&drop style.
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Thank you Adrian – impressive list! Currently my learning curve is more busy with app-building and organizing my workflow. But it is good to know, that I’m allowed to learn from Podio in the marketing area, too. And anyway: I’m enviting all my teacher friends into Podio – so we users are definitely the best marketing tool … because Podio is hitting our needs.
I’m keen on going back through the post and making sure that all of the courses are truly “free” for everyone. I think with this one, the course materials were free, but to get access to the official certificate, that was a paid option.
A great list of courses I must remark! Apart from Coursera, Inbound marketing Training from Hubspot, and CopyBlogger Marketing Email Course, others are new to me. I guess it would be wise to try out others.The sources these courses are tried and tested websites. Being free or nearly free to participate in any of the program is simply amazing!
So if you have a website and you want to track a lot of stuff you must have a lot of codes placed in all sorts of places of the website. One must be loaded before the other and all kinds of stuff that I promise you, you don’t wanna be doing.
I’ve used Hootsuite for posting updates to social networks and reviewing what others are saying for nearly five years now after using Tweetdeck back in the day – Twitter killed that one off for general use. Hootsuite seems to be comfortably the most popular free tool for posting and reviewing social media updates, but many still don’t know it, it can be used as a personal social media management tool too. It enables you to quickly post to all the main social networks including Google+ company pages and review conversations and messages. I’ve trialled many paid tools, but none come close. The paid version is worthwhile IMO for adding campaign tracking and extra reports.
If you’ve only got an hour to invest, the American Marketing Association offers a series of Digital Marketing eLearning Certificate modules that cover Social Media Marketing, Email Marketing, Web & Digital Analytics, Content Marketing and Mobile Marketing. An Online Advertising module is in the pipeline, scheduled to be launched in May/June 2016.
What a great list. I bet you’re going to be updating this list soon coz there are a lot more cool Content marketing tools springing up recently. Like the SEO Analysis tool, serpstat.com that I now use in combination with SEM Rush
1. Publish Great Content. I don’t think I even need to say this, but it’d be neglectful not to mention the importance of kick-ass content. If you can create it yourself, all the better (isn’t free always better?). Even if writing isn’t your strong point, you shouldn’t have too much trouble getting someone on your team to crank out some articles for your blog. Try top 10 lists, tip collections, best practices for your industry, etc. I shared a bunch of creative content marketing ideas here, and Elisa recently rewrote the rules of content marketing for small businesses.
As everybody knows, headlines are one of the most vital elements of content writing. Whether you’re talking about a blog post, news article, or YouTube video, the title directly affects clicks. Use Headline Analyzer to determine the effectiveness of your titles.
About this course: Taught by three of Wharton’s top faculty in the marketing department, consistently ranked as the #1 marketing department in the world, this course covers three core topics in customer loyalty: branding, customer centricity, and practical, go-to-market strategies. You’ll learn key principles in – Branding: brand equity is one of the key elements of keeping customers in a dynamic world in which new startups are emerging constantly. – Customer centricity: not synonymous with customer service, customer centricity starts with customer focus and need-gathering. – Go-to-market strategies: understand the drivers that influence customers and see how these are implemented prior to making an investment. Complete this course as part of Wharton’s Business Foundations Specialization, and you’ll have the opportunity to take the Capstone Project and prepare a strategic analysis and proposed solution to a real business challenge from Wharton-governed companies like Shazam and SnapDeal or to a challenge faced by your own company or organization. Wharton-trained staff will evaluate the top submissions, and leadership teams at Shazam and SnapDeal will review the highest scoring projects prepared for their companies.
Awesome list, Pawan. I have used a good number of them, especially Outbrain, superb tool. I would like to offer one myself, Tweet Rocket. It’s a great tool for any business (or individual) who needs growth of relevant followers over a short period of time. A great tool that we use for many clients, and the results are fantastic! https://thetweetrocket.com
Now if there isn’t anything out there like this….its a huge miss!! Maintaining a company’s website press coverage is a time consuming, mindless job really….all you are doing is taking an abstract from an article someone else wrote about your organization (Newspapers/magazines/television/blogs etc), and creating a link for the reader to read the original article. But however time consuming the job is, it is important to keep the information current, relative, and timely for a lot of reasons and for a nonprofit could mean the difference between getting further press coverage or not.
This advocacy platform differentiates itself because of its campaigns. You’ve got several campaign objectives going from generating brand awareness to getting feedback from your advocates and even co-create products with them! This platform really focuses on two-way communication to foster sustainable relationships with your advocates.
This includes website optimization for search results, but in addition, integrates a search engine’s function of maps. This is especially true with Google, where your business can be listed with mapping and address information, giving a prospective customer what they need to visit your establishment.