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Neil Patel (CrazyEgg & Kissmetrics) and Eric Siu (Growth Everywhere & Single Grain) bring you daily ACTIONABLE digital marketing lessons that they've learned through years of being in the trenches. Whether you've just started a website or you manage millions of pageviews, Neil & Eric will help you take it to the next level.
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Sep 22, 2016

Welcome to The Marketing School Podcast—your 10-minute resource to learn, grown, and nurture your passion for online marketing! In Episode #53 Eric and Neil discuss their favorite marketing tools that save you time. Enjoy!

Time Stamped Show Notes: 

  • 00:25 – Today’s topic: Marketing Tools That Will Save You Time
  • 00:34 – Droplr—take screenshots and videos with ease
  • 01:23 – Ahrefs—links to all your competitors
  • 03:14 – Drip—a fresh, effective take on email marketing automation
  • 03:24 – LeadPages—build landing pages with ease
  • 04:49 – HelloBar—collect email address, push out marketing message, etc. with ease
  • 05:15 – Google Tag Manager—Add snippets to whatever pages you want, add pages at-will, etc.
  • 06:29 – Rescue Time—Identify where you’re inefficient
  • 07:06 – Text Expander—Save snippets so you don’t have to re-type paragraphs
  • 08:09 – Gmail Canned Responses—a great time saver for email marketing
  • 09:03 – ScheduleOnce – Just a great time saver in terms of booking people

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1 Comments
  • over eight months ago
    George
    love the show, any chance we could see shownotes with relevant links. In today's episode you gave great recs but I was driving and couldn't jot them all down.

    Thanks,

    George