Amazing post! Going to use some of the tools in the article that I am writing. I observed that you haven’t mention web push as content marketing tool. They are doing wonderfully well to get the word out to users.
This form a marketing is crucial to a small business online or offline. Essentially email marketing is about building a list of customers and prospective customers. This list of names and emails are people who are interested in your business, and you know this to be true because they have opted into this list themselves.
All they want to do is sell their course even sometimes in hurry of completing the course they don’t even give proper knowledge and leave many topics . Although not all offline institutes are the same but most of institutes are like this .
Pretty comprehensive list. What about adding one more intuitive collaboration tool – Comindware Project (http://www.comindware.com/solutions/software-for-project-manager/ ). This nice solution with drag’n’drop interface, automatic saving, document version control and predictive Gantt-chart takes the chaos out of team collaboration and helps teams get clarity on their everyday projects, tasks, documents, discussions and deadlines.
It’s the new marketing – Back in the old days, marketers found out that many people spend time in their cars driving so they thought of the billboards on the roads. Today people are spending time on social media so as a marketer you have to start thinking this way too.
AdStage takes the hassle out reporting on all of the PPC campaigns you’re running and puts it all in one place. AdStage helps you automate, create, and manage your campaigns across all of the major PPC platforms, then allows you to report on your results. With visual features and powerful automation tools, AdStage is a must for experts and newbies alike.
In this online course, social media analytics and competitor benchmarking tool Quintly shows you how to track and measure your performance on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
This course covers the unique opportunities of “owned media” and how those differ from “paid media”. You will learn more about content marketing, search engine optimization, social media “fan pages”, mobile apps, and virtual reality apps and assess the relevancy of owned media initiatives for your own marketing objectives. By the end of this course, you will have a plan outlining a strategy for your own potential use of these channels.
Chatbots are marketing tools no business can afford to ignore. Create a Messenger chatbot that pushes promotions to customers and operates seamlessly with Facebook by using Chattypeople. With Chattypeople you can build a Facebook bot without any coding.
SalesPanda helps you create SEO ready content using its Content Editor which provides industry ready editable templates for case studies, brochures, articles, blogs etc .Each such content when created and uploaded on SalesPanda gives you an additional page on your website. Blogging, using SalesPanda is simple as you can use blog templates and insert relevant keywords in the blog to generate inbound traffic. These blogs,can be organized by solution or service areas as well as industry for better browsing and search.
You should start everything you do in marketing with a strong understanding of your user. What keeps them awake at night? What burning questions do they need answers to? And what do they expect from you? Each step a user takes from cold prospect to warm lead to customer is a chance to learn more – and modify your brand communications accordingly.
If you manage lots of blogs, social media accounts, etc., it can be pretty annoying to forget or lose your passwords. Passpack is great because you can store all your usernames and passwords in your online account and share them with your team.
So, if you sell recruitment services to the hospitality industry and they sell employee benefits packages to the hospitality industry – BINGO! They can include one of your flyers or letters in one of their mailings and you can do the same for them; everybody wins. Avoid doing a Joint Venture with anyone who contacts you via email, unless of course you know them or can check them out. If in doubt, leave it.
HubSpot Sales (formerly known as Sidekick) lets you see who opens your emails – and when. It also pulls up the contact’s professional history, company information, and latest tweets, and even lets you schedule emails to send at a later time.
Thanks for sharing Kevan, some of these I din’t know about. I put a huge list of 100+ tools for Digital Marketing together, most of them have a free model and I will be sure to add some of the ones above.
Infographics can help you get messages across to online consumers in an interesting visual format. Here, Nick Bowersox shares some tips for using infographics in marketing efforts on the crowdSPRING blog. You can also see input from members of the BizSugar community here.