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Ever since businesses have gone online and conducted digitally, the number of marketing tools have risen exponentially. Today, there are so many of them – each with distinct functionality – that marketers find it difficult to select the most appropriate ones according to their needs.

With the internet and social media in full blow, you need the tools that can tap your full potential and immensely aid your business. These can be potent enough to effectively leverage the power of social media as well as make good use of media marketing advancements.

You need tools that can help you achieve your goals and scale your business much faster – tools that can provide you with a competitive edge over others.

Here are 12 worth checking out.

  • LS

    Lisa Sicard

    almost 2 years ago #

    Ben, tools like these are so important todsy to track our digital marketing efforts.
    I've used Mailchimp for 5+ years now and need to check.out their other new features.
    I love Neil Patels Ubersuggest keyword tool, easy and quick to use.
    Thanks for the share here!

  • DG

    Dana Gore

    almost 2 years ago #

    Hmmmm, they all seem to have their own unique traits to bring tot he table.
    The Wideo one is cool because animated videos are fun and attention grabbing. I love that Ubersuggest is free and quick and easy to use. And the idea of Textbroker is great for when you don;t have time to write. Seems like it saves time looking for a freelance writer if you need one (and probably gives freelance writers a break from prospecting and pitching).

    Great list here with a lot of creative tools. It would just be about narrowing down the best one for the individual and their needs.

  • BP

    Brenda Pace

    almost 2 years ago #

    Hey Ben! Great roundup of goodies for us! Once again, I'm seeing some familiar ones: Ubersuggest, Cyfe, Leaderfeeder, and MailChimp. I didn't realize that MailChimp had so many features! Having these tools at our disposal to help us in our blogs and businesses is fabulous. Thanks again for sharing them with us!

  • LR

    Lorraine Reguly

    almost 2 years ago #

    I love this list! It has something for everyone!
    I'm not sure how I can use Mailchimp to take my business to the next level, however. I already use this tool.
    Maybe I should send out some more emails. I don't send many out to my subscribers. (I know, I'm the worst marketer ever! LOL)

    Thanks for reminding me to write some emails! ;)

  • CR

    Cori Ramos

    almost 2 years ago #

    Hi Ben,

    Thanks for sharing this post with us.

    Ubersuggest is one of my favorite tools right now. Besides it being free, I love how much data we get from our searches.

    I was introduced to some new tools here. The ones that really got my attention was TextBroker and Wideo.

    You can't beat free, quality content and well, videos are as popular as ever. Animated videos are light and fun, truth be told I've always wanted to animate myself so I'm going to enjoy playing around with that one. :)

    Thanks again for the share!


  • JH

    Joy Healey

    almost 2 years ago #

    Hi Ben,

    These are great tools, although I must confess my favourite is Neil Patel's Ubersuggest which is simplicity itself for even the newest marketer. And of course it's free!

    I like Cyfe because it's affordable and feature-packed for small businesses like mine. Mailchimp is one that "got away" from me when I chose a different service. However I see it has many new services, so at renewal of my existing service I will be having a re-think.

    TextBroker sounds interesting too - a great way to get blog content and earn from producing it.

    Wideo sounds a great way to produce animated videos, but - although the basic plan is affordable for solopreneurs - the meaty features are only appear in the more expensive pro package which may be out of reach for those who need it most.

    Great share, Ben, thanks.

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