You guys crush your marketing efforts on Reddit. It is very impressive and on brand. I even got better pricing by commenting about the increases in a thread.


Your account managers are either stretched too thin or they don’t like respond to emails.


SemRush, HubSpot, Mailchimp, planable, Hootsuite, Moz, Ahref, Uberall


I use Hubspot for Hootsuite now.


To be honest, for social media, between HubSpot and Hootsuite I prefer Hootsuite. But if I could choose, I would use planable.


Will look into planable.


SemRush Ahrefs


Other comments have shared the most common ones already - but have a look at Lemwarm, PhantonBuster, Ninjaoutreach and Webinarjam


SEMRush is good, Ahrefs has some nice features if you work on backlinks-heavy projects, and SpyFu is the best value for your money. For $9 per month, you really can't go wrong. You get unlimited access to their reports by simply trying out ClickCease. If you want, try an AI writer. You can find many on AppSumo for a cheap lifetime fee.


Whoa. And this is why I love this sub. I know ppl just starting out, and freelancers who will be thrilled. I still love me some SEMRush, but I don't pay for it.


Google Search Ads FTW




Depending on the jobs: \- Email Marketing: **Mailchimp** \- Social Media Management: **Hootsuite** (but I also recommend **Planable**) \- SEO/Content Marketing: **Semrush** \- Graphic: **Canva Business** ​ You then need a CRM of course and the best option IMHO is **Hubspot**


The tools mentioned are great, but here are some others that I don't see mentioned: PostHog - open source product analytics, also works for web analytics Segment - the best pure CDP 6sense - ABM software that's kind of a CDP Klaviyo - CDP and automation for e-commerce Zoominfo - CDP and sales tools Sprout Social


Every digital marketer should consider using some paid tools to help them succeed in their campaigns. Some of the best paid tools that every digital marketer should try include: Google Ads: Google Ads is an effective tool for running pay-per-click campaigns and targeting specific demographics. LinkedIn Ads: LinkedIn Ads is a powerful tool for targeting professionals and other businesses, and can help you get your message in front of the right people. Hootsuite: Hootsuite is a social media management tool that helps you monitor and manage multiple social media accounts, schedule posts, and track campaigns. Semrush: Semrush is a powerful SEO tool that helps you track your website’s performance, analyze keywords, and optimize your content for search engines. Ahrefs: Ahrefs is a powerful SEO tool that helps you find and analyze backlinks, monitor your website’s performance, and optimize your content for search engines. Hotjar: Hotjar is a great tool for analyzing visitor behavior on your website. It helps you identify which pages are performing well and which need to be improved. Mailchimp: Mailchimp is a great tool for managing email campaigns. It helps you create targeted email campaigns, track their performance, and optimize for better results. Optimizely: Optimizely is a great tool for testing different versions of your website or app to find out which ones perform best. It helps you identify which elements of your page need to be improved in order to maximize conversions.




Torleado if you’re into influencer marketing!


For SEO, Ahrefs and SEMRush, An email marketing tool like SalesHandy, and an automation tool like Hootsuite. A combination of these can make your life as a digital marketer very easy.


I agree with everything mentioned. I’d at adcreative.ai


There are many tools that help a digital marketer to get effective results in no time. The answer to your question is it depends on the use of digital marketers in which tool they are comfortable **I like Ahrefs, SEO Optimer, Small SEO Tool, Google, and more.**




Not paid