Blogging SEO Social Media Marketing Video Marketing


  1. Morningfame
  2. Social Blade
  3. TubeBuddy
  4. VidIQ
  5. WordLift
  6. YTCockpit
  7. Linkbird
  8. Linkody
  9. ScrapeBox
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Marketing Tools


  1. Ahrefs
  2. cognitiveSEO
  3. Kerboo
  4. Link Research Tools
  5. Majestic SEO
  6. Monitor Backlinks
  7. Moz Pro
  8. MozBar
  9. Open Link Profiler
  10. SEO PowerSuite
  11. SEO Tools for Excel
  12. SEO Weather’s Bulk Metrics Checker
  13. SEOGadget for Excel
  14. ShareMetric
  15. URL Profiler
  16. WebMeUp Backlink Tool
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  1. BuzzSumo
  2. Can I Rank
  3. ClickFlow
  4. Google SERP Preview Tool
  5. Keys4Up
  6. LSIGraph
  7. MarketMuse
  8. nTopic
  9. Positionly
  10. Ryte
  11. Schema App
  12. SEO Plugin By Squirrly
  13. SEOptimer
  14. Solo SEO
  15. Structured Data Markup Helper
  16. Text Tools
  17. TrendSpottr
  18. Upcity
  19. YoRocket
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Featured Marketing Tools


  1. Agency Analytics
  2. AMZ Tracker
  3. Authority Labs
  4. GeoRanker
  5. Microsite Masters
  6. NightWatch
  7. Pro Rank Tracker
  8. Rank Ranger
  9. Rival IQ
  10. SE Ranking
  11. Search Latte
  12. SEO Rank Monitor
  13. Serpfox
  15. SERPWoo
  16. Sistrix
  17. WebCEO
  18. Wincher
  19. WordTail
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Social Media Marketing

Social Media Tools

The only way to effectively manage social media at scale is with the use of social media management tools that can improve your efficiency, and over time get you better results.










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Freelance Websites for Beginners and Professionals

  1. Fiverr
  2. Bark
  3. crowdSPRING
  4. WriterAccess
  6. EngineerBabu
  7. 99Designs
  8. DesignContest
  9. Designhill
  10. Skyword
  11. Broxer
  12. Upwork
  14. Envato Studio
  15. PeoplePerHour
  16. Toptal
  17. DesignCrowd
  19. Nexxt
  20. TaskRabbit
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Marketing Tools


Keyword research is the bread and butter of any search campaign. None more so than for start-ups. Building a strategy around the keyword you wish to rank for is vital, and there are plenty of SEO keyword tools to help you with that.


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  • All in One SEO Pack
  • Bing Webmaster Tools
  • Botify
  • Bright Local
  • Browseo
  • Clusteric
  • DareBoost
  • DeepCrawl
  • EasyRedir
  • Forecheck
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Analytics Referrer Spam Killer
  • Google Mobile-Friendly Test
  • Google PageSpeed Insights
  • Google Search Console
  • Google XML Sitemaps
  • GTmetrix
  • HeadMasterSEO
  • Hreflang Tags Generator Tool
  • Kill Duplicate
  • LinkPatrol
  • Lipperhey
  • Map Broker XML Sitemap Validator
  • Microdata Generator
  • OnCrawl
  • Open SEO Stats
  • Panguin Tool
  • Plugin SEO
  • Raven Tools
  • Referral Ghost Spam Removal Tool
  • Rel Nofollow Checkbox
  • Screaming Frog SEO Log File Analyser
  • Screaming Frog SEO Spider
  • Search Analytics for Sheets
  • SEO & Website Analysis (WooRank)
  • SEO Monitor
  • SEO Site Checkup
  • Seobility
  • Seomator
  • SERPmetrics
  • Simple Htaccess Redirects & Rewrite Generator
  • Site Analyzer
  • Site Condor
  • Siteliner
  • Topvisor
  • Varvy SEO Tool
  • Website Grader by HubSpot
  • Website Penalty Indicator
  • Whitespark
  • Woorank
  • Yoast SEO Plugin
  • Zadroweb SEO Auditor
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What is a Local Citation?

A local citation is any online mention of the your local business details like name, address, and phone number (NAP). These citations are posted on local business directories, on websites and apps, and on social platforms. Because of this mentions Internet users get the help to discover local businesses and can also impact local search engine rankings. Local businesses can actively manage many citations to ensure data accuracy.

Local citation contains following components,

  • Business categories
  • Hours of operation
  • Driving directions
  • Business description
  • Images
  • Videos
  • Payment forms accepted
  • Geo-coordinates
  • Reviews
  • Owner responses
  • Taglines
  • Links to social and other forms of media
  • Email addresses
  • Fax numbers
  • Alternate phone numbers
  • Attributes

Citation are categories as, Structured Citations (A structured citation is your business information (NAP) on a business listing directory.) and Unstructured Citations(unstructured citation is your business information (NAP) on any other site that’s not specifically a business listing directory.)

Citations help search engines, like Google and Bing to verify that your business exists. When multiple sources have the same information about your business, it signals to search engines that your business is legitimate.

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Social Media Marketing

15 Social Media Marketing Tips

Social Media Marketing
  1. Use social media networks to personify your brand to reach broader audience.
  2. To build engagement, trust and reliability, maintain your brand voice across platforms .
  3. Define your social aesthetic and how each social network will be used to ensure every post/visual aligns with your goals.
  4. Be consistent across networks.
  5. To keep audiences regularly engaged with your brand, publish posts at optimum view times (varies per network) .
  6. Follow the 80/20 rule when deciding what content to post—80% of your content should provide entertainment value or be informative, while 20% should be self-promotional.
  7. Responsive layout, ensure all content is optimized to be viewed on all smart devices: mobile phones, tablets and computers.
  8. Research your target audience by A/B testing different types of content to find out what types of content appeal to your audiences.
  9. Grab your audience’s attention with your image and add copy to further explain your post, attract new followers, increase likes & encourage followers to convert into customers.
  10. Make posts discoverable with the use of a hashtag.
  11. Attach a mix of searchable branded, trending & general hashtags.
  12. Increase engagement by incorporating appropriate tags (people, brands, and geotags) to grow your following.
  13. Acknowledge and connect with your target audience by replying to comments and other related posts and/or mentions.
  14. Where it is platform appropriate incorporate Calls to Actions (CTAs) to drive social traffic to your website(s) or campaign(s).
  15. Use tracking URLs to prove ROI and monitor your social activity that converts into website traffic.

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