11 digital marketing tools when you have no team. I want you to try out these 11 useful digital marketing tools, especially if you have no team to help you out. Marketing has so many moving parts and it's expensive to hire people, especially because of that great resignation that ended up happening and people can now work from anywhere.
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But here's the thing, if you had to master all of these, you wouldn't be able to run a marketing campaign before spending weeks all figure it out. But luckily there's tools, so it can just speed up the whole process. And today, I'm going to go over 'em because they're going to help you move faster, more efficiently, and on a budget.
Back when I started doing marketing, there weren't a lot of tools help me out. Today, though, things are different and you have tools at your fingertips and you don't have to go through the pain that I had to go through. And best of all, some of 'em are free, so you don't even have to spend any money.
There's Madgicx. Madgicx uses artificial intelligence to analyze your paid ad campaign and automatically fine tune it for maximum performance. Instead of spending all that time where you would be analyzing numbers coming up with the optimization plan, you can use Madgicx.
AnswerThePublic, this is another tool that helps you get different ways that people search and figure out how their mind works. So that way, you know what information that you need to create from a content standpoint.
Next, you got Unsplash. When you're doing marketing, you're going to need lots of images whether it's for your paid ads, social media or even your own blog posts, looking up images takes a lot of time, Unsplash is great and best all, it's free.
Next we have of Hunter. When you're doing marketing, you need to get in touch with different people. You want to really be browsing the web trying to find everyone's email and searching for it, no, you just go in Hunter and it'll tell you the email of that person who runs the website.
Then you got Google Data Studio, which is also free. Imagine if you had a visit tens of different pages from your Google analytics, Facebook page insights, and other analytics solutions just keep an eye on everything. That's just too much work. These days, you don't have to, it all fits into Google Data Studio. It's a shortcut, let's you put all your data in one place for free.
Now let's look at AI tools that run serf analysis. When you're creating content for SEO, you'll have to find a lot of different topics on Google, do tons of searches to figure out not just what topics to write about, but what are your competitors doing so that way you can write way better content.
And here's some of the best platforms to check out, Frase.io, Marketmuse, Clearscope, a Seoscout, Grammarly. Grammarly is great, especially if you're like me and you have terrible grammar and spelling. And you know, when you think about Grammarly, it's not really as is a marketing tool but you need good grammar.
The last tool I have for you, Ubersuggest Chrome Extension. Look, Ubersuggest great tool you can use it for free, but when you're on Google and you're doing your searches, and you're looking up your competitors or you're even on their website.
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Hunter is amazing. Love your stuff Neil
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Thanks a lot
Most welcome 🙂
Great tools! I’ll check them out. Now back to Elden Ring ✌️
These tools will really help me. I will be always greatful to you, Neil. You are the reason for my motivation.
I’m honored 🙂
Please more of this.
As always thank you for the great content
You’re very welcome.
Super helpful, Neil!
you always share the best information Thank you
My pleasure 🙂
Hi Neil Great video 🙂 I have a question
I was working on a health and fitness related website which is badly affected by DEC 2020 algorithm update till now.
My site traffic has dropped by 80% but many competitive keywords are still ranking on page 7 or 8. Does this mean that Google likes my website?
Should I continue working on this site as I am not a health expert?