This is a fantastic list. I’ve used several of these and as of now Moz is probably my favorite go-to site for the grand majority of things that I need. When it comes to programmatic digital media I tend to gravitate towards the Centro Blog though just because it is good to have that very detailed information. This is a good starter article by them if you want to get yourself familiar with their blog info. https://www.centro.net/blog/digital-media-operations-controlled
Hootsuite is a social media management platform that offers free trainings (plus a paid certification course) to help marketers beef up their social media skill set. Hootsuite Academy offers courses at varying skill levels and features video lessons and step-by-step breakdowns of how to use different software.
For reviewing on-page markup like headings and also mobile screen resizing I find Chris Pederick’s Web Developer Toolbar for Chrome and Firefox essential. The Moz Toolbar is better from an SEO POV. Here’s an example of the overlay to show our ‘semantic markup’:
Heidi Cohen is the president of Riverside Marketing Strategies and founded her popular marketing blog, Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Guide. The quote above comes from her article, Internal Content Curation: What Most Marketers Miss. Cohen recommends performing internal content curation to save on content creation costs and build your audience for each piece of content. You can extend the use of your existing content by re-promoting it (via social media or other channels) or re-using it by adapting it into different formats that can be shared on different platforms.
Need to know what an email will look like once it’s received in the inbox? Instead of sending yourself countless email copies, use PutsMail to see an immediate, functional preview of your next campaign.
Finally, (and this is very important) you must ask your readers to forward your emails on to their contacts. If the content is good enough, they will – but never assume anything, always ask them. Include a message at the end of every newsletter, which says something like this:
SumoMe allows you to track your readers’ behavior while on your site and make adjustments accordingly. Use their Heat Maps to see where people are clicking and their Content Analytics to see where people stop reading.
Technology has created of opportunities for businesses to really personalize experiences for their customers. SaaS knowledge bases provide some of those opportunities when used effectively. In this Process Street post, Robin Singh shares how you can create a knowledge base your customers will love.
Adding one more to social media marketing tool – viralpep. Make posts for multiple profiles, schedule them, Bulk post them, and many other creative features… One can simply manage their social media profiles using one dashboard making it lot easier and simpler.
For your website, blog and email campaigns, looking at page views, clicks-through, bounce rates, conversion rates and forwarding rates can be a starting point if you don’t already have a web analytics tool in place.
Yes, it’s a good idea to create awareness of your service. In fact, it’s essential. The key though, is to leverage your marketing efforts as much as possible. And this means focusing on the best prospective clients — those dissatisfied people who want what you provide. That’s because when you focus on marketing to the dissatisfied, your results go through the roof!
I’ve tried out a lot of these tools out myself when I was doing some research into the best marketing tools. I wrote up a list of 150+ of the Best Marketing Tools available and you’ll be glad to know OptinMonster is one of them!