When you start to build your online business as an internet marketer it’s obvious that you need a website in which to expose your business, your products or if you don’t have one then you have to promote other’s product. Regardless of the chosen strategy you need tools to fill your site with useful and attractive content.
Without exception any business starts with an idea. So if you have one that’s great, it may be your passion or it can be something that you are good but if you don’t know where to start use the following tools confidently. Hoping that my tips will help you I’ve compiled this list of free tools for internet marketers grouped by activity.
This tool use Google Autocomplete to generate hundred log-term keyword. It extracts Google suggestions and presents it to you in a convenient form. It also allows to switch between 192 Google domains.It is a useful tool regardless if you are running a PPC campaign, if you want get traffic from search engines or for content creation.
Beside long-term keywords WordStream Free Keyword Tool provide popular and niche keywords. It is designed to generate accurate keyword suggestions faster than paid keyword tools. They have full access to a database over a trillion search queries. Although is fast and accurate there is a downside … you have only 30 free searches
Soovle seems to be a simple page until you start typing in the search bar. It gives you not just one keyword list but seven. It’s like having Google, Amazon, Yahoo, Bing, YouTube, Wikipedia respectively Answers.com in the same page. Also in the top left corner there are four buttons to find keywords that are most searched in the various search engines, there is the option to save keywords or even download them.
Übersuggest can get suggestions either from regular Web search or from search verticals like Shopping, News or Video. It takes your your base term, add a letter or a digit in front of it, and extracts suggestions for it. If you are not satisfied with the keywords obtained, click on each word to get further suggestions based on that term.
Oh yes! The old Google. I think that it doesn’t necessary to introduce Google Planer … what is worth mentioning is that you must have a Google AdWords account. It will show you some pretty neat stats like average monthly searches, competition level, the average cost per click etc.
Portent’s idea generator is a tool to generate ideas for content, more specifically titles it’s an online tool that will create a much zippier headline to use in blog posts and emails.
If you don’t have any idea about what you want to write on your blog all you have to do is log into your account, answer 18 questions and hit the ‘Generate’ button. You’ll get more than a hundred great ideas you can expand on, and turn into powerful written, audio and video marketing content for your blog, emails and autoresponders, press releases…
Feedly gives you the opportunity to curate your content across the Internet into one single source. The website will monitor various social profiles and pull all of that information and place it in one RSS feed. You can set your Feedly account to monitor certain news websites, other feeds, blogs in your niche, and even TouTube channels. Feedly offers users the ability to create their own feed that’s laid out in a similar manner. Even if you add a new account for Feedly to crawl, that information is formatted and placed in your account immediately in a way that makes it quite a bit easier to read and understand than through using a simple RSS feed.
Regardless of whether you need a headline either for your blog or for social shares this headline analyzer helps you understand your headline types to capitalize on this research. Coschedule can help to to write captivating headlines your audience will share, to get more traffic and improve your search engine ranking.
This free tool will analyze your headline to determine the emotional marketing value (EMV). Your headline will be analyzed and scored based on the total number of EMV words it has in relation to the total number of words it contains. This will determine the EMV score of your headline.
Another great tool from Portent which basically gives you a preview how your title, meta description and URL will appear in your Google search result. By visualizing how will appear in a Google search result you can optimize the title and the meta description of your page
This service offered by Google can generate detailed statistics about your website traffic, traffic sources and measure conversions. You can review online campaigns by tracking landing page quality and conversions. Google Analytics can track visitors regardless of the source – search engines, social networks, referring sites and direct visits. It also tracks display advertising, email marketing, pay-per-click networks, even links within pdf files.
This is a Google penalty checker tool that takes your Analytics data and the algorithm update information and works out based on many factors whether your website was effected by an update.
It ‘s a small desktop program you can install on your own computer (PC, Mac or Linux) which spiders websites’ links, images, CSS, script and apps from an SEO perspective also allows you to export key onsite SEO elements. This SEO tool it’s good for analysing medium to large sites, where manually checking every page would be extremely labour intensive.
Followerwonk is a Twitter analytics tool that helps you to optimize your social activity. When you looking for someone, whether it’s a customer or a friend with ‘Search bios’ will find it quickly. After you find those whom you’re looking for, you can compare your social graph to competitors or niche leaders and also you can analyze any Twitter user’s followers. If you need statistics about who has followed you or a competitor, or you want to sort the followers, Followerwonk also provides this informations.
It is a Google Chrome extension that is very easy to use and incredibly helpful for both personal and business use. If you want to make the most of it i recommend that you spend a few hours putting together your posts for the week because Do Share allows you to schedule posts for when you’re offline. That said, when you come across good content to publish you can move posts around and work it in.
Buffer is a great tool that will help you in posting for your social media accounts. You can write a bunch of posts at one time, and choose which social profiles to send them to. There are a few simple steps to getting set up. First, connect your profiles then, for each profile, hop into the ‘Schedule’ tab to choose the days and times that your posts will go out. Bufferapp shorten links for you, so you can track exactly how many people click on each of your links.
The URL builder helps you add parameters to URLs you use in Custom Campaigns. When users click one of the custom links, the unique parameters are sent to your Google Analytics account, so you can identify the URLs that are most effective in attracting users to your content.
Linktrack is a web-based link tracking service that gives users the ability to monitor links, clicks, impressions and ads. For every link you’ll receive detailed tracking information in detailed charts and graphs all this in real-time report.
For a method to create, distribute, and store links for future use for free, Bit.ly is a powerful tool. It has an easy to use interface and allows you to create bookmarks of your favorite sites with just a click of the button. Bitly has surprisingly robust analytics for being a free service, and even allows customization of short links so they look more branded or on-message.
Ever quickly finish up the writing for a blog post or other piece of content only to get sucked into an endless search for a decent and FREE photo to complement your piece? Here are some suggestions
Unsplash is a website that gives you 10 free, high resolution photos every 10 days. Once you visit the website, there are almost an endless number of beautiful and professionally taken photos for you to use, absolutely for free. There are so many pictures on Unsplash that my fingers were tired scrolling down, but I still have not reached the end of the page.
The site requires you enter an email address, but every month they’ll send you a great pack of photos to use anywhere and set you up with a free starter pack upon sign up.
It is definitely not a stock photo site, there is a small number of photos but new ones are added regularly. The website is beautiful and no registration is required to download the photos. While the database isn’t searchable, it’s a pleasure to scroll through Ryan McGuire’s beautiful photos.