Vidyard is a great tool for creating and hosting awesome video content in your nurturing flows and otherwise. At HubSpot, for example, we’ve even started using Vidyard to create unique, customized nurturing videos specific to our audience and product. What makes Vidyard so great is its variety of video tools that you can use to create remarkable content.
13. Complete and Optimize Your Site’s Metadata – Metadata on your website (like title tags, descriptions, and alt text) is a critical component of your website’s SEO. Leaving it out can negatively impact how you show up in search results.
No matter whether you cater to B2B or B2C, one thing is a fact: Your prospects go online when they have problems to solve. Don’t be afraid to help them solve those problems … in fact, get in the habit of providing significant value to prospects before making a cent. This builds the trust you need to position your business for later sales, especially if you have tough competition.
The Landing Page Conversion Course takes you from “Landing Page 101” right on down to “Copywriting” and even “Testing and Optimization.” If you’ve ever been curious about the power of landing pages and how they can help you grow your business, this course is the perfect one for you.
Ooo that’s a great question, @blogsquad:disqus! Believe it or not, there’s an entire website dedicated to iPhone and Smartphone photography skills 🙂 Here’s one of my favorite articles on their site: http://iphonephotographyschool.com/iphone-photography-tips/
In any marketing team, the inevitable happens: there’s a million files and pieces of content between everyone on your team without one place to keep it all. Organization on any team — let alone a marketing team — is essential. That’s why it’s important to have a collaborative organization tool to keep you sane.
Heck yes you could. You could pay up to $10 to get a visitor to that web page and still break even. In fact, you’ll be able to pay more than $10 to get a visitor to that page when you truly understand the whole of Customer Value Optimization.
Get the most bang for your buck (though technically it’s free, so not exactly!) with this course/challenge from Google. You’ll cover everything from the basics of digital marketing, fundamentals of SEO, search and display advertising, social media, basic analytics, video, and more. It’s one of the most comprehensive trainings out there, perfect if you’re looking for something all-encompassing on a single easy-to-use platform.
To fellow marketers, I think you’ll also find Prose Media (https://www.prosemedia.com) of value. A bit under the radar, Prose is a content writing service with a free platform, an experienced staff editors, and 1,000 handpicked writers. Here are a few key differences: https://www.prosemedia.com/compare
I get about a dozen solid leads a day from Craigslist. You gotta be a little crafy … we use a free auto-posting tool from http://clautopilot.net to load up 4 separate accounts to post a dozen ads from … but with minimal setup and major payback, it’s the best free tool we use.
If you’re a working digital marketer who wants to skill up, add a specialty, or refresh your skills with cutting-edge content, consider the Self-Study model. This is also a good choice if you want more schedule flexibility, or need to watch your budget.
10. Qualaroo (formerly KISSinsights): If you’re looking to know more about your visitors or users and what they’re looking for, then this tool gives you a dead-simple way to do so. Want to know what keeps them from performing your desired actions? Is it missing pricing information, alarming security signs, unclear value proposition or some lack of proof? How about just asking? You add a snippet of code to your website once, pick the questions you want to ask and wait for the answers to start rolling in.
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.
SEO 101: This course covers the core skills that every SEO needs to understand. Beginners should start with the first module in this section and work down the list of modules. Intermediate and Advanced users can tackle modules in any order.
The information you shared with us is useful in all ways detailed and relevant. The sites you shared for learning marketing skills and strategies, these sites will surely improve my skills and the way I work.
MeetEdgar is one of the best digital marketing tools for evergreen content. Add tweets, LinkedIn updates, and Facebook posts to your “library,” separated into as many categories as you want. Then set a calendar to schedule each category to post to a selected social media account at a specified time.
What a great list of tools!! Thanks Pawan for the great article! I believe http://Insighter.io could be a great addition to any bootstrapping marketing. Basically Insighter enables you to add a call-to-action to any link/article you share. It’s a very effective marketing hack and it’s free.
If you’re looking to drive massive growth to your web-based business, a fantastic product will get you far. Add built-in virality, a unique brand and a support service people rave about, and you will go even further. But except for a few consumer apps that hit the viral jackpot, you’ll need to add smart and hard-working marketing and communication into the mix. Without the right marketing and the tools to power it, you will have a hard time achieving the hockey-stick growth everyone is longing for.
Very helpful for newbies. Social media appears to be a complex beast to master, but its getting the simple things right and focusing on the right things saves a huge amount of energy. Quality vs quantity.
If you’re targeting Adwords, Google’s flexible bid strategies provide a host of advanced options, which I cover in detail here. If you’re looking outside Adwords, KlientBoost lists pretty much every PPC tool in existence here. Just remember that the newer the channel, the less instruction you will find on using it effectively.
The proliferation of digital technology gives businesses a diverse new set of tools to reach, engage, monitor, and respond to consumers to an unprecedented degree. The aggregated and voluminous digital data can also be leveraged to better target … more
Copyright Clarity. Discusses myths and misinformation about copyright law and fair use. Definitely useful for learning when you need to ask permission to borrow content, how to use Creative Commons licensing responsibly, etc.
The easiest way to start is to simply enter your keyphrase into Google and see what comes up. For example, when KlientBoost contacted me about putting together content around the keyphrase “landing page examples”, the first thing we did was look at the SERPs to see what was ranking.
Although RSS isn’t “in vogue” as it was 5+ years ago, I still find there’s no substitute for using this as a listening post for developments in your industry. When I wrote the previous post I used Google Reader to categorise sites to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in digital. When Google withdrew this since there was no revenue in it (Boo!) I used Reeder as an offline client on my Macbook Air and iOS for a while. But now I recommend Feedly since it’s the most popular so you can see by the ‘voice of the crowd’ which posts are most popular. Similar to the feature in PostRank that Google also killed off. Although feed readers aren’t in fashion they are the most efficient way to scan the latest news in different categories. So if you don’t use them try Feedly out – our analytics shows it’s one of the most common referrers to Smart Insights – do bookmark us!