Speaking of ratings, asking for reviews for your business is something that is extremely easy to do online. You can send an email asking your customers what they thought of your product and to kindly rate it. You can run an ad or boost a post asking followers to give you a review in exchange for a coupon. In both of these examples you can include a simple button or call to action that links directly to a review site. This information can be used to redesign your product or service so that it better meets people’s needs if the ratings are not so great. It can also be used to show new customers that your product or service is better than your competitors if the ratings are great!


What if your customers created great content for free… and this improved your rankings…. and organically added valuable current and relevant content to your web presence? Don’t pinch yourself, this is not a dream, I created RevuCue.com and I have proven it does exactly that!! (and I am not a content writer as you might be able to tell but I do have some folks that do their best at it…)


Why It Is Important: “We used to have a long process of content research, creation, design, revisions, etc. It has now been streamlined to allow anyone on our team to”design” a lead magnet for our clients. This tool has well-designed templates to choose from, you can customize colors, layout, etc… and it makes it way easier for our copywriters to put together the entire lead magnet. This speeds up the launch process and saves us money.
This is partly a refreshed and updated version of the excellent list of 50 digital marketing tools to grow your start-up put together by Bryan Eisenberg last year, and incorporates many of his picks as well as suggestions from the comments section. If you know any great free tools that have been helpful in your own digital marketing efforts, please suggest them in the comments!

As a content marketer for VIEO Design, Rachel Vaughn brings serious research chops and boatloads of personality to everything she writes for VIEO and our clients. In particular, she spends her time writing blog posts, website pages, workflow emails, and other marketing materials designed to engage readers and help them connect with VIEO and our clients.
John Lincoln is CEO of Ignite Visibility, one of the top digital marketing agencies in the nation and the number 698 fastest growing company in the USA in the 2017 Inc. 5000. As a digital marketing expert and in-demand public speaker, Lincoln is consistently named one of the top influencers in the industry. In 2017, he was the recipient of the Search Engine Land "Search Marketer of the Year" award. Ignite Visibility crafts custom digital marketing strategies for clients, including services in SEO, social media, paid media, email marketing, Amazon and more.
It’s not as clear cut as it seems. There are many content marketing tools that fall into multiple categories, but I have placed them in the category that best represents them. For example, Marketing AI measures analytics for your content, then helps you better optimize your content. In this case, should Marketing AI fall into the Analytics or Optimization tools group? In this case, I placed them in the Analytics group. However, Parse.ly is a relatively similar tool I decided to place into the Optimization category.

Creating this content can be daunting. One way to make this easier is to repurpose your existing content. For example, use common questions people ask about your product to build a “Top 10 Q&A” ebook. Or combine related blog posts into a white paper or checklist. As an added bonus, you get to update valuable content that can further draw in more visitors and spur increased engagement.


To put these numbers into context: a myriad of data compiled on Twitter shows that the average click-through rate rarely tops 1.64 percent. Without paying for promotion, the average Facebook post is even worse. This is compared to email open rates, which hover around ~20% for many industries and can go up to as high as 40, 50, and 60 percent (and beyond!).
Your email list, on the other hand, is yours, free and clear. Using your website and social media to attract visitors and followers, and then encouraging them to sign up for your email list gives you the opportunity to contact your prospects at any point in the future, with any kind of messaging you want; and you’re not bound by search engine rankings or social media algorithms.
Yes, it works! I’ve tried it and I’m blown away by the results. If you’ve ever been disappointed by low traffic numbers, PerkZilla is the cure to the traffic blues. And if you don’t absolutely agree that this is an awesome way to get viral traffic, then you can take advantage of the money-back guarantee. That means you can try it out risk-free TODAY!
In the online world, what you think is important isn’t always important. You have to remember that the lab rat — or customer — is always right. If customers have a choice of yellow and blue and tend to pick yellow, then yellow is the way to go. Immediate feedback can help drive the direction of your online marketing campaign. Try, test, and measure to determine what works and what doesn’t.
All the tools suggested in this article are really effective. Thanks for sharing the list of quality tools for blog marketing which support them in blog marketing. I’ve read it thoroughly, I’m a tool-lover and I surely must try some of the tools which are new to me. Actually a few I require to look into; well most really. That’s a nice (and of course along) list of tools which can be applied to larger efficient marketing, for blogging. I am a newbie and often meet the problem of coming up with the new content though, but some of the tools that you stated above were pretty helpful for me.
You've probably noticed some funky build strings pop up on BuildFeed lately. That's because a Microsoft employee posted them on BuildFeed. For those interested parties, don't bother coming to me. I have no IP logs, I have no "inside" insight as to what our mutual friend has been up to. Could you find out who it is? Sure, just look on Twitter and see who was posting build tags ahead of BuildFeed. He's not been remotely discreet and he handed out the strings to plenty of others before BuildFeed accepted them.

Highly regarded on the world speaker circuit, Lilach has graced Forbes and Number 10 Downing Street. She’s a hugely connected and highly influential entrepreneur. Listed in Forbes as one of the top 20 women social media power influencers and was crowned the Social Influencer of Europe by Oracle. She is listed as the number one Influencer in the UK by Career Experts and is a recipient for a Global Women Champions Award for her outstanding contribution and leadership in business.
By default, extract-key is applied to two list elements for every comparison, but if cache-keys? is true, then the extract-key function is used exactly once for each list item. Supply a true value for cache-keys? when extract-key is an expensive operation; for example, if file-or-directory-modify-seconds is used to extract a timestamp for every file in a list, then cache-keys? should be #t to minimize file-system calls, but if extract-key is car, then cache-keys? should be #f. As another example, providing extract-key as (lambda (x) (random)) and #t for cache-keys? effectively shuffles the list.
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