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The biggest problem with these giveaways is the sweepstake sites and freebie sites are the ones winning. They act they are giving the prize away so they can load up on entries. The average person that dont have a page full of followers do NOT have a chance plain and simple and many will not enter them just for that reason. And also been talking about not being customers to the companies holding these once they are told this and dont act like they care.
This is a great list of Magento extensions. The unique thing about Magento is that you can easily change this and add more elements to it. Along with this, I want to add one more extension which is Brush Your Ideas. It is the next-generation Magento base tool that allows your customer to draw their own design on their products like t-shirt, mug, shoe, skin, cover, poster and much more.
Good set of tools - Buffer (along with Hootsuite I guess) seems to be industry standard already. But at the same time I'm quite annoyed with this kind of automation - social networks turn into endless hell of the same low-level posts those tools suggest & provoke to post :(
I'm looking forward to more marketers to start using tools like Awario and alike that show _what_ really requests you attention, and make you respond to what really matters without simply spreading the same useless news/posts over and over again - this approach might bring much more value to a brand and the whole web (though takes more marketers' time).
Yandex Metrica has free heatmaps and session replay tools.
Hotjar and Full story are good sites.
There are sites like Hotjar, Heap analytics (for tracking user flow), Full Story (for tracking user behaviour), Optimizely, Crazyegg one of the best site for heatmaps i have recently implemented on my site (digitalmarketingpromotions dot com)
For heatmaps --> Hotjar (heatmaps + user recordings/polls which are necessary for good A/B tests).
Smartlook is also very good, and Heatmap.me. Smartlook also does website 'recordings' of visitor interactions. Both have free plans, and both are useful enough to eventually purchase, to be honest.
There are lots of tools which can work for you, I would honestly say there are too many tools that can do this lol. Also, I would add that I don't really see how 2018 really changes anything for email prospecting.
Hunter.io is the standard tool for doing this, it's very user friendly and reliable and also has an API
There are some other tools like AnyMail Finder and Find that lead which might work too
My personal favourite is AtSign.co - they have simplified the process a fair bit. They even let you find the companies + the emails. You just show up to their site, enter some keywords, enter some locations, and they can get back to you with a ready to go email list for your target market. Which I prefer.
Good luck on your prospecting / email marketing projects in 2018
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