Digital Marketing Tools

Below, you’ll find the best digital marketing tools I use. I only recommend tools, services, and resources that I use myself and which I can offer some degree of support. If you have any questions regarding the list below, including how I use them, feel free to contact me, and I’ll be happy to help you out.

Namecheap – Domains

My favorite domain registration service.

  • Good prices
  • Solid Support.
  • Easy to use Dashboard
  • Good deals on domain names

DigitalOcean – Cloud Computing

My go-to provider for Cloud-based installs.

  • Great performance
  • Great pricing
  • Great features for developers
  • Useful community

Linode – Cloud Computing

Another one of my favorite VPS providers.

  • Fantastic performance
  • Great pricing
  • Great features for developers
  • Award-winning Support

Cloudways – VPS hosting

VPS provider for non-technical people. Cloudways makes it easy to set up a high-performance VPS on a number of quality providers.

  • Easy to set up – Allows you to use DigitalOcean, Linode, and AWS without technical knowledge!
  • Affordable and great performance
  • Choose from several quality providers
  • Free SSL certificate
  • Security Features and Backups
  • Live Chat Support

Elementor Pro – WordPress page builder

The most sophisticated page builder for WordPress. Elementor Pro lets you design complex pages, popups, forms, and Woocommerce designs.

  • Easy to use
  • Solid support
  • Great value for money

Astra Pro – Fast WordPress theme

Superfast WordPress theme that allows you to set up beautiful themes and Woocommerce stores

  • Fast and easy to use
  • Solid support
  • Extendable through addons

Activecampaign – Marketing Automation

Activecampaign is unrivaled in terms of automation and email marketing. Check out my review about marketing automation here or check out Activecampaign now.

  • Make any automation flow you can think of
  • It’s easy to use.
  • Value for money

Integromat – Integration and Automation

Easily Automate all your Marketing processes and workflow.

  • Easy to use visual automation builder
  • Lots of integrations
  • Does not break your bank account

SEMrush – All-in-one Marketing Suite

Probably my favorite all in one online marketing tool. I use it not only for SEO work, but also for competitive intelligence and market research.

  • Accurate data
  • Great Competitive research options
  • Market leader in regards of SEO SaaS service / tools

SEOPowersuite – SEO Tools

One of the most affordable SEO suites. I use SEOpowerSuite in conjunction with SEMrush. They complement each other pretty well.

  • Unlimited Rank Tracking
  • Separate tools for Link Building Tool / SEO auditing / Rank tracker
  • Responsive/active support

Google Analytics – Web Page Insights

I use Google’s free website measurement tool to get a better insight into visitors’ origins, behavior, and usage patterns. I also use it to track campaigns and customer journeys (sales funnels).

  • Track web page visits, the origin of visitors, funnels, PPC campaigns, eCommerce data.
  • Free to use

Google Tag Manager – Tag Management System

GTM is my go-to tag management solution. It allows for the firing of pieces code (such as the FB pixel or Google Analytics tracking script) on events that happen in the browser.

  • Track almost anything on your site and send data to Google Analytics
  • Inject tags and JS code into your site and manage all that code from one central place

Mautic – Open Source Marketing Automation

Powerful, Self Hosted, Open Source Marketing Automation Application. I use Mautic in specific cases. For example when you need or want to own your data. Mautic is ideal for growth marketing and hacking strategies.

Read my Mautic Marketing Automation Review and find out if it’s right for your business

Matomo – Open Source Analytics

My go-to open-source analytics application. Matomo can be an option for your business if you have a reason to host your own data and provide GDPR compliant tracking for your users.

  • Open-source web analytics
  • Powerful features, comparable to Google Analytics
  • Real-time and accurate tracking
  • Protect your user’s privacy
  • Own your data and terms of service
  • Get help with Matomo

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