Ever thought you could achieve your goals and scale-up your business much faster – if you only knew the best digital marketing tools? You are in the right place then.
Let us have a look at the best digital marketing tools 2019
- Analytics & Data Tools
Google Analytics: It shows you all of the important information about your website performance: audience demographics, popular keywords, actions are taken etc.
SumoMe: allows you to track your readers’ behaviour while on your site.
Platform-based Social Media Analytics: These are built into social media platforms themselves on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc.
- SEO & Blog Content
Ubersuggest: With an easy “suggest” tool, it helps to you come up with new keywords or blog topics.
Google Keyword Planner: It lets you know which of your potential keywords carry maximum impact.
Yoast: It is a plugin for WordPress that adds extra search engine data to each blog post.
- Social Media Marketing
MeetEdgar: Add tweets, LinkedIn updates, and Facebook posts to your “library,” then set a calendar to schedule posts.
Hootsuite: You can schedule posts and check all of your social media accounts in one place.
Tailwind: Schedule content to Instagram and Pinterest.
- Email Automation:
Hatchbuck: It automates lead generation and client communication, specifically designed for small businesses
Hubspot sales: Enables you to see who opens your emails – and when.
- Visual Design
Canva: Helps you create beautiful photos with easy drag-and-drop technology.
Animoto: allows you to create professional slideshow videos with music, custom text, visual effects etc.
Freepik: Gives you access to more than one million vectors, photos, icons, and more for one monthly subscription fee.
- Landing Pages
LeadPages: You can quickly make mobile-friendly landing pages.
ClickFunnels: Lets you build a series of landing pages to capture email addresses, sell products, register people for events.
OptimizePress: It is designed to create pages with a similar look and feel to your WordPress site.
- Project Management
Basecamp: It allows you to manage all the moving parts of your projects.
Asana: Easy to read progress reports for projects, the ability to turn conversations into tasks, and even project templates.
Slack: Is an instant messaging system that allows you to quickly communicate with your team or clients.
- Content Curation
Feedly: It collects all of your favourite blogs in one place so you can scroll through them quickly.
Buffer: Is the fast way to share anything you’re reading.
Snip.ly: It allows you to add a call-to-action on every blog and social media post shared.
Now that you know the best digital marketing tools for 2019, put them to work. All the best!