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Everything In January of 2013, Everything PR put together a list of 100 Content Marketing tools. While it’s one of the most comprehensive lists, I have seen, it doesn’t strictly list “tools” in the sense of technologies. Many of the entries are resource sites and blogs such as the Content Rules Blog, or events such as Content Marketing World 2013. While such resources can be helpful for marketers, they are not strictly tools. The list also makes no attempt to organize and group tools together.
Allows you to query by keyword all the major Internet trends sites and the major Question/Answer sites. Plus an access to free Worpress themes and the IM forums top 70. Being aware of the Internet trends is crucial from the circuit’s top to your content choice. Knowing the trends, and trendy keywords, you choose your domains names, you create products that are on high demand, you create your web pages, etc.
Ann Smarty is co-founder of Viral Content Buzz and before that was editor in chief at Search Engine Journal, an industry leading SEO blog. She is a branding manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas and founder of MyBlogGuest, the Internet’s first guest blogging community. She has guest blogged for Mashable, SEOMoz, Internet Marketing Ninjas, MakeUseOf, Social Media Examiner and MarketingProfs.
If only you could just buy marketing automation technology, then sit back and watch the results produce themselves. But no. To deliver, it requires a comprehensive strategy that integrates the right processes, people, content, data, and more.
It will help you make the most of your resources. Imagine how amazing it would be to have every agent maximally engaged, providing great content and connecting to all users he possibly can? That’s another fairytale made true, and it is probably the strongest pro for choosing an MA system.
It’s common for marketers to be at two sides of the spectrum—some are extra sensitive to their consumers’ needs, and some don’t care at all. You need to find a point in the middle and flex between being data-driven and emotionally driven. Let the data tell you “what,” but let your emotions guide you in helping determine “why” and “how.”
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The New Rules of Marketing & PR, by David Meerman Scott, teaches you the latest trends in marketing and PR. Features: 366 pages, online forums, RSS feeds, create your own Wiki, power of blogs, using audio & video, mobile marketing, podcasting, social networking, and SEO.
Awesome list! I’ve found there many of my favourite tools and I can’t seriously imagine my daily work without them. GetResponse is missing there, though. I like their email, marketing automation and landing page solutions.