2. Use content to get repeat visitors to your site, not flashiness. Rich media, such as flashy graphics and audio, may impress your visitors the first time they see your site, but they are unlikely to come back for it (or recommend your site to others because of it). If repeat visitors (meaning potential customers) are your goal, you are much more likely to get them to return if your site offers content that they find valuable (and with any luck, indispensable). This helps to establish your company as an expert in your field while building a level of trust with your visitors.

Use the great education you already have available to generate new leads for your business. With a tool like Autoresponder from Constant Contact, you can setup a series of automated emails to automatically deliver your education to people who sign up. This is a simple way to setup a training course that current and potential customers can benefit from.
This cloud-based marketing platform is a good choice for both small and medium-sized businesses. It not only allows users to run social media advertising campaigns, and analyze digital marketing performance, but its UXi websites feature can help create branded web pages. You'll also find ad listings, localized ads, relationship management, social targeting and a whole host of other tools that can help with both organic and paid traffic efforts.

Back in the early days of email we were more worried about choosing the perfect username than we were about marketing. In fact I distinctly remember being more stressed over forwarding a chain email to five other people, because it’d somehow improve the chances of my high school crush declaring their passionate love for me, than I was about whatever newsletter found its way into my inbox.
Many types of marketing software are widely used. The following ones are among the most popular: Account Based Marketing, Call Tracking, Campaign Management, Content Marketing, Demand Generation, Digital Signage, Email Marketing, Event Management, Kiosk, Marketing Automation, Marketing Resource Management, Mobile Marketing, Print Fulfillment, Public Relations (PR), Search Marketing, and Social Media Management.
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We suggest starting with two types of free offers. One top-of-the-funnel, educational piece of content like an ebook, and one middle-of-the-funnel offer to let someone speak with your sales team to get a demo or a quote or a free consultation or whatever works for your specific business. By having these two types of offers on your website, you can capture potential leads and convert customers that are in different stages of the buying process.

Awesome list, Pawan. I have used a good number of them, especially Outbrain, superb tool. I would like to offer one myself, Tweet Rocket. It’s a great tool for any business (or individual) who needs growth of relevant followers over a short period of time. A great tool that we use for many clients, and the results are fantastic! https://thetweetrocket.com

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Video marketing isn’t going anywhere. In fact, it’s only going to get bigger. While creating and publishing videos may have been costly in the past, there are more than enough tools to generate, guide, or let you make the entire video yourself for an incredibly reasonable price – which is great news for your budget. In short, there’s absolutely no excuse for not launching a video marketing campaign.
For instance, Geoff points out popups as potentially distracting elements on a website. He recommends their use on e-commerce sites, but less so on SaaS sites. He says, “You won’t see any pop-ups on our website. While we may miss out on some emails as a result, my argument is [that] this benefits our brand [and] our credibility, and keeps the bounce rate of our site visitors down.”
Pawan, this is a great list. Some tools I know, some I’m trying out (like Drupal) and others I have yet to try. I will humbly add proofhub to this list in a Content Collaboration Tools category…another platform that is great to work collaboratively and efficiently. It allow us to receive real-time messages, assign tasks, start discussions, file sharing and more.
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These are the top three results for a drip coffee maker. If you were selling this product you would want to beat out your competition in order to get into one of the top spots. This may take some time because these websites that are ranking seem to have a lot of power. You may not be able to rank for this keyword, but keyword research will help you strategize and find those keywords that you will be able to rank for.   
Create a map of the types of content you will create. Consider the seasonal aspect of your business. Also think about repeating features you can use throughout the year. For example, if you decide on a featured product of the month, what sort of product information, helpful tips, buying guides, promotions, etc. can you create around that message? That becomes part of your content plan for that month.
Content Amp. Also in April of 2013, U.K.-based content marketing agency Content Amp created an impressive and visually appealing infographic featuring a wide variety of content marketing tools, with an attempt at groupings as well. While this is perhaps the best map of the content marketing vendor set I have seen, it is lacking in the number of vendors and categories covered. For example, it misses content curation tools entirely, and has a confusing category called Curated Content & Forums that includes technologies such as the commenting system Disqus, which has no relevance to curated content. The infographic is not strictly restricted to “tools” and has a category for content marketing agencies.
The key here is to ask regularly rather than just once or twice. Most of your followers only see a fraction of your posts, and you should be getting new followers every day, so it makes sense to request subscriptions at regular intervals. If you can offer some sort of incentive or even just promise exclusive content within your emails, that helps too.
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