The tagline for this social media class is “picking up clients with social media in 48 hours or less.” Which points to the fact that this instructor dives into intermediate social media strategies. Moving beyond more beginner tactics like setting up social media accounts and basic posting strategies, this class assumes that you already know those things and provides details on how to best use the channels that you’re already familiar with.
Aaron Lee is a social media manager and entrepreneur who has helped 500,000 people globally through his website and social media profiles. He was featured in the Huffington Post, Social Media Examiner, Mashable and was ranked #5 on Forbes Top 50 Social Media Power Influencers in 2013. He is also the Grand Master of Customer Delight at Post Planner, a platform that helps businesses gain an extra edge on Facebook.
We went hunting for even more top free marketing tools in a variety of marketing categories. These tools – all quick hits you can get started with easily – focus on everything from research and writing to benchmarking and analyzing. Here’s hoping you find the perfect shortcut for your work!
It’s not comprehensive. For every tool you see in the map, there is a long tail of many other tools that are similar or perform parts of functions of the tool included in this graphic. I have included the content marketing tools I feel stand out the most in their categories. For a further breakdown of some of these categories, check out the following: Content Writing Services: The Ultimate List, Content Promotion Tools: The Ultimate List, Content Curation Tools: The Ultimate List, and Content Marketing Agencies: The Ultimate List.
Another podcast, but Freakonomics deals specifically with – you guessed it – economics. No, no, I promise it’s not boring. It deals with the hidden economic situations you’ll encounter in everyday scenarios.
Chris Ducker is a virtual CEO and founder of Virtual Staff Finder, which is one of Hubstaff’s 7 Awesome Virtual Assistant Companies in the Philippines. The quote above comes from an article titled 6 Ways to Make Money While Building an Online Business. Ducker says that in order to be successful at online selling, marketers should position themselves in a market where need what they offer.
Notice how the picture is displayed. This picture can increase your traffic as much as 150%, and you can imagine why. People are attracted to the image. Another benefit is that the picture helps for branding. If you’re a dentist and you’re the only guy with his picture showing up on Google, that’s pretty cool for branding purposes.
There are many angles and opinions to take into consideration when working on your digital marketing campaigns, but best practices serve as a crucial guideline and professional barometer by which to measure your standards.
Traditional mass-media advertising remains a prominent promotional tool for marketing. This includes paid messages designed and presented through television networks, radio stations, newspapers and magazines. Additionally, companies use support media in ongoing campaigns, such as billboards, directories, buses, aerial and point-of-purchase displays. Local radio and newspapers tend to be most affordable for smaller companies.
Twitter has been so generous to open up its app to developers to make some really great tools. Sure, you can manage your Twitter profile directly via Twitter (an always free option), or you can try out tools like Just Unfollow, which allows for bulk sorting and filtering of your followers, along with insights into the demographics of the people in your audience.
Businesses have a wide range of motives for using Internet marketing. Wanting to increase customer engagement, sales revenue, leads for their sales teams and brand awareness were the most important reasons.
6. Don’t Include Your Business Name in the Ad’s Headline – Headlines have limited character space, so don’t waste it on your business name. You can include your business name in your optimized URL, and use your headline for more critical content.
By looking at your content audit, you might discover that ebooks hosted on a certain type of landing page convert really well for you (much better than webinars, for example). In the case of this math tutoring company, you might make the decision to add an ebook about ‘how to make studying more interesting’ to your content creation plans.
Buffer’s Social Media Week of Webinars isn’t exactly a course — it’s a series of live webinar recordings on YouTube — but the videos are chock-full of current and valuable information for social media marketers from the experts. Topics include Instagram and Facebook marketing and how to do public relations on social media.
I’d love to hear from you about the free tools you’ve found most helpful and how you’ve put them to good use. Feel free to add any thoughts at all in the comments below. I’m looking forward to chatting!
Inbound marketing pioneer Hubspot offers a variety of free Inbound Marketing Certification Program. While their courses are aimed at people in digital marketing and social media industries, if you’re dedicated you can learn a lot about content marketing.
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Hi, did you hear of Zenintranet maybe ? It’s a free intranet that enables you to better manage your teams. Zenintranet allow you to access to different collaborative tools with a single login such as leave management, expense management, CRM, File Sharing… And FOR FREE!
Holy smokes, what a comprehensive list! Thanks so much for sharing. I use Kuia ( http://kuia.com ). It’s like an all in one marketing tool. It has exit intent pop ups, a smart social share button, nice looking lead capture forms, and stuff like that. Could be an awesome addition to the next list.