Why It Is Important: “It helps me keep all of my communications straight. It integrates with the majority of the tools out there, so it eliminates redundancy. I can login to most tools with it as well, so I don’t need to remember passwords. The HubSpot CRM is an amazing tool, for example, so with the Sales Pro add-on, it supercharges the way I use my email and makes my inbox an extension of my CRM. It’s the most efficient part of my business. I love it!”
However, the targeting available in social media and search engine advertising can make it a great value. You can reach exactly the right people, and measure the effectiveness of your campaign with more precision than traditional advertising channels. Google Adwords and Facebook Ads are two of the biggest advertising platforms, but your organization may benefit from more specialized or smaller platforms as well.
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If what you had in mind is an animated video, Sellamations will prove to be the right choice. You can create doodle animations that are fun, engaging and can communicate your message in a clear manner. All doodles in this tool are custom hand drawn. You can ask for a custom character to be created specifically for your video too. You'll also benefit from professional voice-overs and help in script-writing.
We can also limit the number of characters needed for certain content requests, so that clients don’t just do a data dump on certain sections, which helps us avoid more sifting and distilling work on our side. We are also experimenting with using it for getting content for other types of projects like blog posts, ad copy, ebooks and long-form content for pillar pages.
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.
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.