10 Great Marketing Tools for SMBs

How does a marketer differentiate between one and the other? With plans starting at $15/month and maxing out at $145/month, GetResponse is a steal for marketers on a budget. With BrandMentions, find out any mentions on the web for a keyword or brand. A freemium tool, SEMRush starts their Pro plan off at $69.95/month, but most SMBs can easily get away with the free version. With SEMRush, get insights into your own keywords or that of competitors. Creating content for a small business isn’t just about writing a blog post and publishing it. After you connect your social media profiles and select your evergreen posts, Hiplay takes care of the rest by filling up your Buffer queue on a daily basis with your content. Camtasia’s Techsmith allows you to do everything from one dashboard to make compelling videos. Get Content Ideas Instantly Enter your keywords and a wise man in a gray cable knit sweater (aka the Seeker) will give you content ideas in the form of questions. These are proven, well-known, and incredibly powerful tools that will equip any marketer to take on the digital world with ease.

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Digital marketers are more enabled than ever to do pretty much
anything on the web in their pursuit of getting more eyes, leads,
and eventual customers. Countless tools exist that are intended to
make a marketer’s life easier and more efficient, but no two
products are exactly the same. How does a marketer differentiate
between one and the other?

Demos, blog posts, and product features are intended to show off
the best aspects of a tool, but they all sound the same or too hard
to believe. What’s worse, marketers are being berated with “the
next best thing” on a daily basis, which makes committing to one
tool near impossible. Let’s make this all much easier, clear up the
confusion, and dive into the best performing tools, no fluff.

Much More Than An Email Marketing Tool, Seriously

With a crowded email marketing and automation tools industry,
GetResponse is a breath
of fresh air. GetResponse is an all-in-one marketing tool that
includes email marketing and automation, webinar platform, A/B
testing functionality, mobile-ready landing pages, and a repository
of 500+ form designs that’ll make any marketer pleased. With plans
starting at $15/month and maxing out at $145/month, GetResponse is
a steal for marketers on a budget.

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Plan your workflow with the GetResponse workflow
planner feature

Stalk Yourself, Your Competitors, and Everyone Else

There’s no joking around when it comes to spying on pretty much
anyone with BrandMentions.
Keep up when you or anyone else is mentioned on the web using
names, words, websites, and any other combination of characters.
With a clear break between content mentions and social mentions,
BrandMentions makes stalking way too easy. Receive notifications as
often as you’d like and make sure you’re staying ahead of the game.
Currently in beta, BrandMentions is free! Start using it now before
that changes.

With BrandMentions, find out any mentions on the web for a keyword or brand.
With BrandMentions, find out any mentions on the web
for a keyword or brand.

Get Insights on Truly Deep Competitor SEO Strategies

Whether you’re keeping tabs on competitors or just trying to
keep up with your own efforts, SEMRush is an incredibly powerful
tool. Get insights on your competitor’s best keywords, ad
strategies and budget, display ads, and even video ad campaign
strategies. If you’re only worried about yourself right now, dive
into all of that and much more with keyword research, deep backlink
analysis, and localize your ad campaigns. SEMRush is one tool that
offers almost too much power. A freemium tool, SEMRush starts their
Pro plan off at $69.95/month, but most SMBs can easily get away
with the free version.

semrush
With SEMRush, get insights into your own keywords or
that of competitors.

Personal Assistant for Your Content Strategy? Check.

Creating content for a small business isn’t just about writing a
blog post and publishing it. Real content requires discovering
topics, planning your calendar, hiring freelancers, creating or
editing the content, publishing it, and amplifying for results. You
could use a few different tools to get all of these steps done and
try to connect them with a few other tools, or you can use ClearVoice. They’ll…

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