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[Part 2] 50 Best Marketing Tools out of 100s Tested in the last 3 Years
Continued list of 50 Best Marketing Tools (Part 2)
#25 Phantombuster is by far the most used lead generation software in our tool kit. It extracts data, emails, sends requests, customized messages, and does many things on autopilot in any platform.
#26 Duxsoup is a Google Chrome add-on and can also automate some of LinkedIn lead generation efforts like Phantombuster. But not works in the cloud.
#27 Zapier is a glue that holds all the lead generation tools together. With Zapier, You can connect different marketing tools and no coding required.
#28 Hotjar tracks what people are doing on your website by recording sessions and capturing mouse movements. Then it gives you a heatmap.
#29 UsabilityHub shows your page to a digital crowd and measures the first impressions and helps you to validate your ideas.
#30 Optinmonster is a top tier conversion optimization tool. It helps you to capture leads and enables you to increase conversions rates with many features.
#31 Notifia is one mega tool of widgets that arms your website with the wildest social proof and lead capturing tactics.
#32 Sumo is a much simpler version of Notifia. But Sumo has everything to help you capture leads and build your email lists.
#33 Data Miner is a Google Chrome browser extension that helps you scrape data from web pages and into a CSV file or Excel spreadsheet.
#34 Webscraper does the same thing as Data Miner; however, it is capable of handling more complex tasks.
#35 Grammarly: Your English could be your first language and your grammar could be better than Shakespeare. Grammarly still can make your writing better.
#36 Hemingwayapp is a copywriting optimization tool that gives you feedback about your copy and improves your readability score, makes your writing bolder and punchier. Free.
#37 Ahrefs is an all-rounder search engine optimization tool that helps you with off-page, on-page or technical SEO.
#38 SurferSEO makes things easier for your on-page SEO efforts. It’s a tool that analyzes top Google results for specific keywords and gives you a content brief based on that data.
#39 Canva is a graphic design platform that makes everything easy. It has thousands of templates for anything from Facebook ads, stylish presentations to business cards.
#40 Kapwing is our go-to platform for quick video edits. It works on the browser and can help you to create stylish videos, add subtitles, resize videos, create memes, or remove backgrounds.
#41 Animoto can turn your photos and video clip into beautiful video slideshows. It comes handy when you want to create an advertising material but don’t have a budget.
#42 AdEspresso lets you create and test multiple ads with few clicks. You can optimize your FB, IG, and Google ads from this tool and measure your ads with in-depth analytics.
#43 AdRoll is an AI-driven platform that connects and coordinates marketing efforts across ads, email, and online stores.
#44 Replug helps you to shorten, track, optimize your links with call-to-actions, branded links, and retargeting pixels
#45 Draw.io = Mindmaps, schemes, and charts. With Draw.io, you can put your brain in a digital paper in an organized way.
#46 Built With is a tool that finds out what websites are built with. So you can see what tools they’re using and so on.
#47 Typeform can turn data collection into an experience with Typeform. This tool helps you to engage your audience with conversational forms or surveys and help you to collect more data.
#48 Livestorm helped us a lot, especially in COVID-19 tiles. It’s a webinar software that works on your browser, mobile, and desktop.
#49 Teachable – If you have an online course idea but hesitating because of the production process, Teachable can help you. It’s easy to configure and customizable for your needs.
#50 Viral Loops provides a revolutionary referral marketing solution for modern marketers. You can create and run referral campaigns in a few clicks with templates.
Remember, most of these tools have a free trial or free version. Going over them one by one can teach you a lot and help you grow your business with less work power in the early stages of your business.
I hope you enjoyed the read and can find some tools to make things easier!
Let me know about your favourite tools in the comments, so I can try them out.
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