Digital Marketing Tools
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Many times, what tool you decide to use comes down to personal preference for the tool's interface. I do plan on doing write-ups to show how I use each one. If you have any questions before that happens, please don't hesitate to reach out. Happy to do a zoom and share my screen.
A local SEO tool used by both business owners and SEO professionals. See who your competitors are in the Google map pack and track your keywords for the maps also.
For projects and tasks, I use this for my own business and for clients. I had been through a few tools before landing on this one. Easy to use interface and utterly customizable. There is a free version. Give it a try.
ClickingUp is the most comprehensive resource for ClickUp fans to turn operational chaos into a proven, repeatable, process. I had used the YouTube tutorials and articles but being in this community allowed me to get my own personal scenarios worked out. The community is run by a vetted ClickUp consultant, Layla of ProcessDriven Co. Layla and her team are beyond expectations when it comes to helping the community members. Always new templates, helpful decision trees, and the regular updates are packed with information.
Integromat meshes better with my ClickUp tool than Zapier. When a status in my ClickUp Google My Business post tasks change to ‘Ready to Publish’, Integromat sends the data over to Google sheets. (Which is then auto scheduled for posting through Postamatic. See below.) I save quite a bit of time with this automation.
You can save hours upon hours of time by automating manual tasks. This tool connects hundreds of tools. For example, any time I have a lead come through my photography business CRM, I get a notification in Slack. Because I’m in Slack more than that photography email account.