Social Media, Email, SEO, Advertising, Design, Productivity: 60 Digital Marketing Tools for 2018 (Infographic)

If you work as a marketer, exploring new tools and following trends becomes one of your daily tasks. This is not surprising as instead of long hours of strenuous and monotonous work you can find a tool that will help you do your work quickly and effectively.

You don’t know if the important email to your partner got in spam? Do you sometimes find yourself stumbling on someone’s landing page or image on social media wondering how in the world they created it?

Hundreds of new tools appear every day and it’s very hard to filter the most important ones. We decided to help you and share an infographic by Depositphotos about top digital marketing tools that will save your time and money.

Social Media, Email, SEO, Advertising, Design, Productivity: 60 Digital Marketing Tools for 2018 (Infographic)

Useful tools for social media

1. Socialdrift
Socialdrift is automated marketing tool to get real Instagram likes, comments, and followers.

2. Displaypurposes
With Displaypurposes you can quickly find hashtags for your posts. You type one hashtag and it generates 30 related hashtags you can copy.

3. Buffer
Buffer is a place to manage all social media pages. It allows to schedule posts, manage accounts and analyze your performance.

4. Buzzsumo
Using Buzzsumo you can explore most shared content, track the mentions of your brand and find influencers.

5. Embedsocial
Embedsocial can help you embed social media photos, online reviews, social media feed and Instagram stories on your site.

6. AgoraPulse
Using Agorapulse you can publish social media content and get reports to measure their effectiveness.

7. Planable
Planable is a place to preview social media content, schedule it and get feedback from your team.

8. Coschedule
Using coschedule you can create an interactive calendar for all your projects.

9. Mention
Mention is a real-time media monitoring tool where you can track you brand, your competitors and customers. It crawls web and sends alerts when it finds mentions.

10. Later
Later is a popular Instagram platform. There you can visually plan and schedule posts.

Tools for email

1. Hemingway App
It’s a must-have tool if you write a lot. With Hemingway you can make your writing clear, check mistakes and improve readability. You need it if you write emails, blog posts, and articles.

2. Litmus
Build, test, and analyze your email campaigns.

3. My Signature
My Signature is a free professional signature generator. It works for Gmail, Apple Mail, Outlook and other services. It includes your photo, different forts and links to social media.

Beefree is an easy and free tool to design beautiful emails. You can integrate these templates in any email tools you use.

5. Neverbounce
If you have a huge list of email addresses and want to find out if all of them work, you should use Neverbounce. It filters bad addresses, so all of your newsletters are delivered to your customers.

6. Raventools
Ravetools allow to tag links to track visitors from emails.

7. Mail-tester
Mail-tester allows to check spam score and quality of your email.

8. Streak
Streak is a crm for Gmail. There you can create templates of letters, track views and email opens.

9. MailChimp
MailChimp is one of the world’s most popular email marketing platform. With MailChimp you can send newsletters, automate marketing, and analyze data.

10. Sendgrid
Sendgrid is a cloud-based email delivery platform.You can send password resets there, notifications and newsletters.

SEO Tools

1. Ahrefs
Ahrefs is a popular SEO tool where you can analyze your and your competitors’ backlinks, find keywords, and discover popular content.

2. Google Webmasters
Google Webmasters is a must-have tools if you have a site. You can track your site’s positions in Google, and see what pages perform well.

3. SemRush
Using SemRush you can analyze keywords, backlinks, and competitors.

4. DeepCrawl
DeepCrawl will help to make your site accessible and relevant. It runs a SEO-audit of your website.

5. SEOquake
SEOquake is a widget for a browser where you can analyze positions of the site, its domain authority, Alexa, and traffic.

6. GoDaddy
GoDaddy is a platform where you can buy a domain.

7. Pingdom
Easy-to-use tool to test the speed of your site.

8. Serprobot
Serprobot is a free tool to track your site's positions in Google.

9. Justreachout
Justreachout allows to get in touch with bloggers and influencers.

10. Ninjaoutreach
Ninjaoutreach is a tool for blogger outreach and campaign tracking.

With Nightwatch, you can visualize your data on detailed graphs, segment your keywords and backlinks thoroughly, discover new ranking keywords, get smart notifications about site changes and opportunities, create a thorough overview of your website's search visibility through integration with Google Analytics and Search Console, customize and schedule unlimited drag-and-drop reports.

Advertising Tools

1. Facebook AdManager
Facebook AdManager allows to create Instagram and Facebook ads and track their performance.

2. Google AdWords
Google Adwords is a Google platform for advertising

3. Google Keyword Planner
With Google keyword planner you can do keyword research and selects the best keywords for your website.

4. Answerthepublic
Type a word on Answerthepublic and you’ll get a nice graph with content ideas.

5. PixelMe
PixelMe generates a short code you can add to your page and retarget your audience.

6. AdEspresso
Use AdEspresso to create and analyze your campaigns in one channel.

7. Quuupromote
Quuupromote is a useful tool to promote your content with influencers

8. Spyfu
Spyfu allows to download competitors keywords and ads.

9. Taboola
Taboola is an advertising platform for native ads.

10. Adroll
With Adroll you can place social ads, email ads and display ads, and manage them in one place.

Design Tools

1. Crello
Crello is a design tool with templates for your blog images, ads, animations, and print materials.

2. Wix
Wix allows to create a site without coding skills.

3. Depositphotos
On Depositphotos you can find royalty free stock images, videos, and vectors for your designs.

4. Prezi
Prezi helps to design beautiful presentations and track their success.

5. Venngage
A tool to create infographics

6. Google Fonts
Google Fonts is site where you can find the best fonts for your designs.

7. Adobe Color
Adobe Color is a great tool to discover color palettes and colors for your designs.

8. Tiny Png
Tiny Png is an easy-to-use tool where you can compress your images.

9. Iconfinder
Using Iconfinder you can find free icons for your designs.

10. Freelogoservices
Freelogoservices allows to create logos without expensive programs and design skills.

Productivity tools

1. Station
Station is an app to manage all marketing tools you use. All of your apps are smartly organized, workspace is clean and distractions are reduced.

2. Trello
Trello is a must-have tool if you want to organize your tasks or your projects.

3. Slack
Slack allows to collaborate with your team effectively.

4. Uberconference
Using Uberconference you can organize conference calls and meetings.

5. Idonethis
Idonethis is a productivity tool that creates progress reports and helps you get motivation.

6. Kapost
With Kapost you can create an editorial calendar and manage content.

7. Hootsuite
Hootsuite allows to manage all social media in one place.

8. Hellosign
Hellosign helps to fill out the documents and sign them in Gmail.

9. Timedoctor
Timedoctor is a productivity tool that tracks time spent working.

10. Dropbox
Is a cloud-based services to keep your documents and to share them.
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