20 Inbound Marketing Tools To Help Your Content Thrive

So you want to up your content marketing strategies? If so you must have the right inbound marketing tools to increase your reach and save you time along the way. This will improve your content marketing strategy for your blog or business.

Content marketing like social media marketing is not for the faint of heart today. By inbound marketing tools I mean —-> services, plugins, software, etc. to bring leads and business to your blog.

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Make It Easier To Share Content

Inbound marketing tools that help you create and share content for your digital content marketing strategy. Content Marketing, done well, fuels your digital hub by building a “content engine” to drive people to your business.

There are many moving parts and you will need many content marketing tools to get the job done well. And by the way, it’s a never-ending job.

I’ve put together a list of some of my all-time favorites with some new ones just for you!

What Is Inbound Marketing?

Inbound marketing is a strategy focused on attracting potential customers to your business through valuable content and experiences tailored to their interests.

It’s about creating relevant, high-quality material that draws people in naturally, rather than pushing out disruptive ads or sales pitches.

The goal is to build trust, establish your brand as an authority, and nurture relationships over time, so when people are ready to buy, they think of you first.

Plugins for Content Marketing

Google Maps Widget – This one is great for maps on your site with pins.  You can produce a map with a thumbnail and a light-box in just minutes! Hence, no more waiting or slow loading time.

Check out their video and visit them here. They do offer a free and a pro version.

It is the fastest plugin of its kind you can find today! You can create a map for your WordPress site in just one minute. There are already over 100,000 users of this new plugin.

You can create as many as you need with this plugin with many styles and colors to choose from.

SEO Plugins

Yoast Plugin for SEO – I have used their free version for years here and now went Pro a few years ago. Yoast is highly recommended to make your content for SEO easier. Therefore, no more counting and figuring things out on your own. Yoast does it all for you!  You can read more from my latest review here. Yoast has made my content marketing strategy easier to put into action.

Rank Math SEO – This SEO plugin is a newer one that I’m experimenting with and LOVE! It guides you along as you are writing content on your blog or website. They give you suggestions to make your content more SEO-friendly. I’ve since installed it on a 2nd website.

Easy Table of Contents – No need to code to manage your table of contents on long-form blog posts. This plugin does it all for you automatically making it easier for readers to scan your content and boost your SEO scores.

Link Whisper – A fabulous time saving tool that I wished I used years ago to easily find internal links after publishing a new blog post. Use code Inspire to save $15 off Link Whisper today.

Be sure to check out your plugins carefully before loading them into your WordPress. They should have been updated recently.

Image Tools In Your Inbound Marketing Tools

CanvaCanva is a great image-creation tool for content marketers. There is a free version, there are images you can also purchase for $1 or more. Or you can use their pro version now for $12.95/mo.

You can create designs for Web or print: blog graphics, presentations, memes, social media covers, infographics, flyers, posters, invitations and so much more. It is very easy to use.

I’ve used it more and more today. My top image came from there for this post.

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You can even use Canva with Agorapulse to manage all your social media graphics.

Just yesterday when I logged in, I received a message from Canva saying “Welcome Home.” Yes, I’m spending way too much time there now these days!

If you click on the image below you can try their Pro Version for FREE for 30 days! 

Live Streaming – This one has become huge and a must today for generating content. Check out Donna Merrill’s post on how to learn to use Live streaming today.  

Donna is rocking it with live streaming today. I’ve seen her live streams on her site, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

The Best Inbound Marketing Tool For Video

Fliki lets you transform blog posts into videos effortlessly. It’s the perfect tool for repurposing content and boosting engagement. I often use it for Pinterest pin videos.

With Fliki, you can quickly turn text-based posts into captivating videos, complete with visuals, animations, and voiceovers. Say goodbye to tedious video editing – Fliki automates the entire process, saving you time and effort.

Whether you’re a marketer, blogger, or content creator, Fliki streamlines video production, allowing you to reach a wider audience and maximize your content’s impact.

Hosting For Your Content Property

Hostgator – This one is my tried and true hosting for Inspire to Thrive. They are available 24/7 either by phone or chat online. I prefer the chat online but have used both services over the 5 years I have used them. They do over-deliver, if they say something will be done in 48 hours it is usually done sooner.

They rarely go down as I use Pingdom’s free service to warn me if there is an outage. I had other host providers in the past and they went down more often and were down for days.

No one in content marketing has time to be down for days today! Hostgator is a must-content marketing gadget for uptime today! Learn more about HostGator here for a full review.

However, I’ve updated my hosting services to Siteground in 2021. Hostgator could no longer host this site with the volume I was increased to. I still recommend HostGator to those starting out blogging today.

HostGator even bills you monthly if that’s your cup of tea.

Social Share Schedulers In Your Inbound Marketing Tool Case

Buffer – Buffer is a great way to schedule your shares. You can do this on Twitter,  Pinterest, Facebook, Facebook Pages, and Instagram. It’s easy from your Chrome browser and on mobile. It’s the quickest to schedule content for your social networks.

You can invest $10 a month to really fill your buffer up for weeks at a time. I used to love filling my Buffer up from time to time. It’s great to do before going on vacation or when you know you won’t have time to be online.

I still use it from time to time for their feeds. I can choose blog feeds to share other content.

MissingLttr – This is the newest tool that I love! They make it so easy to make a blog post and spin out 15 different versions to share on social. Not only that but you can share others’ content and others share your content via this fabulous social media tool.

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Missing Lttr helps improve your content strategy.

AgorapulseThis is my favorite of all the social media management tools that I’ve been using for the past 4+ years as it saves me a lot of time. You can manage up to 26 social media accounts from their inbox, and respond to messages and engagements.

You will love their reporting tool which is what got me started using Agorapulse. The social networks you can manage there are Facebook pages, Instagram (stories too), LinkedIn, YouTube, and X Twitter.

However, they are now offering TikTok as well if you manage that video social media network.

A Different Kind of Share Tool

Triberr – This is a great tool to share other content and have yours shared to be relevant to people in your niche. You must have a blog RSS feed to get this set up. This tool is a must for all bloggers, especially new bloggers.

However, do not expect immediate results. Triberr takes time to build up traffic and helps you to generate more content for your followers. Check out my recent post on how to use Triberr today. 

Beware since Twitter changed to X you may need a developers help to get it working with X.

Social Shares With Content Marketing Strategies

Viral Content Bee – This content marketing software allows you to increase your traffic by 200% by putting your content in front of eager social media influencers. You can build your social media following and authority as others share your content there as well as on Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Mix, Flipboard, Tumbler, and now Telegram.

Viral Content Bee has a NEW comment point system. If you have open comments on your blog, you can enable it so people can comment on your blog and earn points after they do.

A great way to increase engagement for your blog and beef up your overall content marketing strategy.

You can use their services for free or pay $20/month to pump up your shares. It used to be called Viral Content Buzz but changed its name several years ago.

However, be sure to include your Twitter handle when you schedule through Viral Content Bee! This way others will know you have shared their content on Twitter and you can then engage with them.

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Staying on Top of Your Brand – Reputation Management

Brand24The best brand listening tool today. It lets you know when others are talking about you or your brand online. You can be alerted daily, weekly, etc.

Pick when and how you want to be notified via email. You may also select keywords and of course your competitors.

The Brand24 tool is better than a Google alert because it tells you when people talk about your brand or you on social media, podcasts, forums, and blogs.

(Google alerts are just for when you or your brand are mentioned in the news.) Brand 24 covers it all now!

Writing Software Your Inbound Marketing

The Right Blogger – Not only can you use this tool to write or rephrase your content but you can use it to develop social media content, meta descriptions, and much more. They offer a free version of the tool.

Jasper AI – A fabulous content marketing tool to help you write faster and better! The other day I spent 30 minutes writing a 2800-word blog post with Jasper. Then, I will edit and adjust it. They also have Grammarly wrapped into this tool for editing and a plagiarism tool.

Coheadliner analyzer – When you are creating content this is a must tool to check your headlines. They help you to craft the best ones that will grab the attention of your audience. Try it out today for free.

Finally, this analyzer tells you if you have too many words or not enough in your blog posts and what type of words work best. They do charge for using this regularly as most content marketing gadgets are not all free.

Now, ShareThrough is a newer one I use that is still FREE to use. As you can see below it’s easy to use! They offer suggestions as Coheadliner does but they offer it for free. (However, today I use the Right Blogger headline tool with my inexpensive package of 72 ai tools.)

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Extra’s in Your Content Marketing Toolbox

IFTTT

IFTTT – This one has many ways to make things easier for you via recipes. (Like geometry!) I love the recipe for Instagram where I can share those photos to Twitter in the Twitter stream at the same time.

There are many recipes out there available for content marketing and social media. IFTTT can automate many processes for you! See my sample below from a few years back. (However, with Twitter shutting some APIs down last year it may not work unless you pay for their premium version.)

Powerpoint – Good old PowerPoint is a great tool too to create presentations, videos, and more for your content marketing strategies. I use this tool to generate online courses as well.

Budgets – Important to Track Your Strategies!

QuickBooks – QuickBooks is a great way to stay on top of your content marketing business’s money coming and going. Not only that but, it’s a great way to be prepared all year long to get your taxes done at year’s end.

In fact, QuickBooks makes it simple and organized for you. You can also create invoices for your clients. Check them out today to help you stay organized financially.

Analyzing Inbound Marketing Tools For Your Content

Last but not least, Google Analytics and Google Trends – are very important content marketing gadgets to keep on top of your content. See what is working and what is not for your content marketing.

Analytics can provide a wealth of information for you. I love to see where my referral traffic is coming from by adding explore tabs.

Finally, I love using Google Trends and their AdWords Planner for checking out keywords in preparing content.

These Google tools are very important in monitoring your results so you can rinse and repeat or change things up.

Your Turn On The Best Inbound Marketing Tools

What are you using for your favorite inbound marketing tools today? See what the latest content marketing trends are for 2024 here.

I’d love to know more in the comments below if you are using any of these 20+ tools for your content digital content marketing strategy.

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  • Praveen says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Thank you so much for sharing this list of the great content marketing tools and gadgets. Some of them are my favorite too like Canva and Buffer are my all time favorites and I love using them for content marketing campaigns.

    You have managed to put those most important tools in this list and they are really very helpful for a content marketing enthusiast.

    Thanks again.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Praveen, thanks for coming by on this one, and welcome to Inspire To Thrive. I used to love the Buffer until they got rid of the feeds but I love Agorapulse now. It does so much and saves me a lot of time! I was just approved with code: lisa2free to offer 2 free months for folks to try it out as well. https://www.agorapulse.com/?via=lisa75 Have a wonderful day!

  • Hello Lisa,

    Awesome post as always. I am a big fan of Hostgator. Their services and support are very prompt and responsive. I also use canva to design my blog images and all I can say it’s just awesome. Thanks for sharing these amazing list of great tools.

    Regards,
    Vishwajeet Kumar

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Vishajeet. I had always been too and their customer service has always been fantastic for me. I could reach them via phone or chat 24/7. I was sad to have to leave them when my blog grew 🙁 But I do love SiteGround now as well. 🙂 Canva is great for sure! I love making videos and music with it as well. Thanks for coming by and have a great day there Vishwajeet 🙂

  • Dana says:

    Hey Lisa,
    Oh yes, how I do LOVE Canva! I am always impressed at what they have to offer, how easy it is to use and how often they add new, awesome tools (even the free version) to their program.

    I can easily see spending “too much” time over there – and having fun doing it too.

    Great list, otherwise. I’ll have to check some of these other ideas out.
    Hope you are well 🙂
    D –

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Dana, me too! The one thing I haven’t tried out with Canva is sharing right to social. I may try it on one of my own networks this coming week to see how it works. It is a huge timesaver for blogging and social media management. Thanks for coming by Dana and have a great new month ahead 🙂

  • Dexter Roona says:

    Hi Lisa, I think I would add Wakelet to your list as it is a good source of do-follow backlinks.
    Small SEO Tools also has a great online library of gadgets and tools for all sorts of things.

  • Souvik Paul says:

    I’m so happy that you are talking about Canva. It’s really an amazing tool for Bloggers and Youtubers.

    I’m using them for around a year now and It’s done 80% of my job!

    BTW, Great Content. Keep it up!!

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Souvik, I am LOVING canva more today than ever before. I went with the pro version this year and it’s been AWESOME 🙂 Thanks for coming by and have a great day.

  • Rashel Ahmed says:

    Very good article. I really like this post. Thank you so much.

  • Udit Khanna says:

    Thank you for such a relevant information. Here, we came to know about these gadgets and they will help us to boost our content marketing strategies. Yoast is a powerful tool that can help you make your site as search engine-friendly as possible.

    • Lisa says:

      You are most welcome Udit. Welcome to Inspire to Thrive. I hope to be adding more to this page soon, so stay tuned! What other one is one that you use? Thanks for coming by and have a great new week!

  • Mark Wachira says:

    Hi Lisa,

    This is a brilliant roundup!

    I use Quickbooks for my business and I love the way it intergrates with woocommerce and most other software making it easy to manage all online and offline sales with ease, so I have to say it’s great that you’ve shared it here.

    I tried out canva and I’m quite impressed at what I can do myself. Guess I won’t be needing a designer anytime soon.

    Again, thanks alot for sharing.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Mark, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. I love tools like that, that integrate with others seamlessly. I do love Canva and use it daily now 🙂 Thanks for coming by and have a great day. (
      I hope you get a gravatar so image will show nicely when commenting.)

  • Rich Huey says:

    Great post. I use or have used a lot of those tools. But there were quite few that I have not used. I will definitely be book marking this page so I can come back and give them a try.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Rich, which ones do you use? I’d love to know more. Thanks for coming by on this one and have a great day!

  • kevin says:

    Excellent article really enjoyed reading this very enjoyable thank you. I do need to work more on my branding, I recently joined Instagram and I do hope that helps as I am already getting a following.

    • Lisa says:

      Thanks Kevin, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Are you very active on Twitter? It’s my favorite for branding. Thanks for coming by and have a nice day!

  • Joyce Blass says:

    Great list! I really love using Canva. It’s so handy now that it has a mobile app! Haven;t tried the other gadgets yet. I must try them soon! Thanks for sharing this 🙂

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Joyce, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Me too! I am really using it more and more as time goes on. I’d love to know which one of these you will try next. Thanks for coming by and have a wonderful day Joyce.

  • Mark Davis says:

    Nice article about the content market, Lisa!

    I really enjoyed while reading the whole thing and it was a great reminder on some of the useful stuff that is very important for bloggers and internet marketing business. There are a ton of stuff on the market, from plugins to some very expensive services and everybody should be careful and buy wisely.

    My blog is still pretty new and I am learning stuff, but I think that I learned fundamentals on this topic. You mentioned that your favorite hosting is HostGator. When I was buying, I was doubting between HostGator and SiteGround, but I went with the second one. I don’t know the true reason why, but I just wanted to start this business.

    You also mentioned a tool called Yoast plugin for SEO. It is definitely numbered 1 tool for everyone that is planning to do something with blogging. SEO is really important and Yoast is making it a lot easier and simpler. It shows every single detail that needs to be improved or even completely changed. On top of that, it is free!

    As I mentioned before, I also have a blog. I see that you are a little bit longer in this game than me, and I would like to hear your feedback on my website. I just want to be sure that everything is positioned in the nice place, and that’s why I reached to you. Overall, this is a great post and I will definitely read other articles on your blog!

    This is my blog: https://safetygaming.com/

    Thank you again,
    Mark

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Mark, thank you. Welcome to Inspire to Thrive. How do you like your hosting that you choose? I’ve been with Hostgator almost 7 years and really love their tech support 24/7.
      Yoast is awesome. I went premium early last year. It makes it easier to write posts with their guidance. Of course SEO changes so often it can be hard to keep up with it but with Yoast they do 🙂
      I will check yours out and get back to you Mark.
      Thanks for coming by and have a great day.

  • James says:

    Hi List – this is a good list. Most people think content marketing is just about content. Yes, that’s important but you can amplify your efforts so easily with just a few of these tools.

    Probably my personal favorite is IFTTT. Great way to link up social accounts. Can’t believe it’s still free.

    James

    • Lisa says:

      Hi James, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. SHHh, IFTTT may hear you and start to charge 🙂 I wonder how they can do it for free. You got me thinking – something to research.
      for coming by James. Have a great day and week ahead there.

  • Prosper Noah says:

    Hy Lisa,

    Great Post you have here.

    Google Trends works amazingly.

    Stay Cool Lisa and have a great week!

  • T I Antor says:

    Hey, Lisa,
    Great roundup of a great list of content marketing gadgets. I used few gadgets you from your list. I am not familiar with Coheadliner analyzer, IFTTT, Push Engage, Slide Share before, but now i know about these gadgets from your post. Thanks, Lisa for your useful post.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi TI, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Thank you. I hope you do check them out and come back and let me know which one you really like the most. Have a great day and new start to a new week!

  • Shiv says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for such a useful roundup. Gadget help us to be more productive along with saving lots of time.

    Image editing, content presentation tool helps lot to be effective in less time.

    Thanks for sharing.
    >Shiv

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Shiv, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. You are welcome. Saving time is key for me these days Shiv. I’m really liking Canva more and more as I use it. Thanks for coming by and have a great weekend ahead.

      • Shivkumar says:

        Yes! Canva is really handy. I have been using this tool since 3 months. It is really time saving and cost effective for me since I don’t know to use photo editing tool like photoshop, coreldraw.

        Thanks again.

  • Manikanta Naga says:

    Hi, Lisa,
    This article is really good.
    All the tools which you’ve mentioned in this article are to its best.
    you shared a great list of gadgets, in which I am already using few of them and glad to know about more in that list.
    These are a great list of tools which can be used for boosting the content marketing strategies.
    І ⅼike the helpful info you provide іn your articles.
    I’ll bookmark your blog and check again here
    regulаrly. I am quite ѕure I’ll learn a lot of new stuff right here!
    Gooԁ luck foг the next post!

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Manikanta, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Which are your favorite of these content marketing gadgets? Did you subscribe via the push notification? Curious as a cat here this a.m. Thanks and have a great day Manikanta.

  • Ravi Chahar says:

    Hey Lisa,

    Google trends can be really helpful for many and the tools o schedule the posts are awesome.

    I have never tried Triberr or any similar platform.

    And for Facebook, IFTTT is great.

    Thanks for the list.
    ~Ravi

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Ravi, oh yes, love those Google trends 🙂
      Wow, no Triberr? You would love it Ravi and it’s easy for you to do. I’d love to know how you use IFTTT for Facebook?
      Thanks for coming by and have a great rest of the weekend Ravi.

  • Golden Okechukwu says:

    Hey Lisa,

    Nice article

    to start off content marketing, you need host (unless you’re on Blogger) and I prefer Bluehost to everyother hosting copany and I’d recommend it for any who seeks my advice.

    Another tool relevant to content marketing is Grammerly which helps you write a grammertically correct content which keeps your readers reading.

    Tracking is also required in content marketing to know where to imrove and lots more. Google Analytics is there to help us do just that.

    The lis is endless Lisa including the ones you shared.

    Thanks for sharing though and do have a nice day.

    Golden

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Golden, welcome to Inspire to Thrive. Thank you. Oh yes, a host is great, I still use Hostgator today. I’ve heard of Grammerly and understand that one is great too. Do they offer a free version?
      Yes those analytics are key! Have you tried any other of these? I may do a 2nd in a series, stay tuned!
      You are welcome and thanks for coming by and for your input on this one. Enjoy the weekend ahead Golden.

      • Anil Agarwal says:

        Hi Lisa,

        Great post on content marketing gadgets. Wait? Did I hear the word gadgets? Great use of it, Lisa.

        Personally I use most of the tools mentioned here and the one I can’t live without is undoubtedly WordPress SEO by Yoast. I love that plugin so much so that I even bought a premium version of it recently.

        It works like a charm if you’re focusing on optimizing your posts like a pro. Not only it helps you solve your optimization level issues but it also makes it easy for you to bring more traffic.

        Great compilation.

        • Lisa says:

          Hi Anil, thank you. I thought I would change it up, everyone talks about tools. I like gadgets. Yoast is the best, I’ve been using it 6 years and one year now with the premium. So much easier! Are there any other of these gadgets that you use?
          Thanks again and have a wonderful day Anil.

  • Mohd Aktar says:

    Hi Lisa –
    This article is really good.
    All the tools which you’ve mentioned in this article are to its best.
    Currently I am using only IFTTT.
    I think marketing is more important than production. Just imagine you have a lot of content but no marketing. Those stuffs will be useless.
    Thanks again for sharing.
    Mohd

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Mohd, thank you. Wow, that’s it? You have some content marketing gadgets to try then. What IFTTT recipes are you using? You are right, marketing is a must and should consume more time than creating content. And that is NOT easy! You are welcome and I appreciate your coming by. Have a great weekend ahead.

  • Wow Lisa!!!

    This article must have taken you a long time to put together. It is Fabulous because you made it easy for us to pick and choose what will work best for our business.

    I do know some and use a few on this list. Others, I am anxious to look into. Anything to help my content marketing is always welcomed.

    Thanks so much for doing this,

    -Donna

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Donna, you are welcome. I’d been researching and testing for some time. Which ones will you be trying? Thanks for coming by and I hope this day finds you well Donna.

  • Susan Velez says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Great list of tools and gadgets. I love gadgets and tools that make our life easier.

    I currently use some of them. I’ve not familiar with some of them like Viral Content Buzz.

    I’ve been meaning to set up Push Engage, I heard about it when I read Harsh’s review.

    I saw that you’re using it on your blog. How do you like it?

    Are you still using it?

    Thanks for sharing these gadgets and tools.

    As a blogger, we need to know which ones we actually need and will help us grow.

    Otherwise, we can end up spending so much money.

    Thanks for taking the time to write this and sharing these tools with us.

    Have a great day 🙂

    Susan

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Susan, thank you. You should try viralcontentbee – it is a really good service and I’ve been using the free version. As for Push Engage I love it! I just got my stats from them the other day and I’m really excited about it. More to come 🙂
      You are welcome. I appreciate you taking the time to come by and comment Susan. Have an awesome day.

  • Bren Lee | Designs by Virtual Bren says:

    Hey Lisa!

    Fabulous list of goodies to help us busy folk out with our tedious tasks! I use quite a few of these myself but have learned a few new ones from you.

    I’m wondering, how long did it take you to pull all this together under one roof? 🙂

    Hope you had a fab first day in the new chapter of your life! We need to catch up soon!

    B

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Bren, Thank you. It took about a week. I may even do a followup as several companies contacted me about their products. I’ll have to test them out of course! Thanks, it was a long day of meeting new people and learning new processes. I can’t wait to get actually started. Thanks for coming by and taking the time to comment here.
      Yes, we do have to catch up very soon! Have a terrific Thursday Bren! Weekend is getting close.

  • Hello Lisa,

    Great information over here 🙂

    These are great list of tools which can be used for boosting the content marketing strategies.

    Indeed content marketing requires a plan to achieve our goals. Some of the tools are known whereas some of them are new to me.

    I love viral content bee as, it helps a lot to put forward my tweets and also to put my friends tweets in the top.

    Brand24 looks very promising. Ever body wants to know what people are talking about them. Its helps to learn the things
    what are we doing wrong or correctly, so that we can make it that counts.

    Thanks for the share.

    Shantanu.

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Shantanu, Thank you. Yes, Viral Content Bee is a great tool – I use it several times a week now. I love Brand24 and learn of many mentions that way 🙂 You are very welcome and I appreciate your taking the time to comment here. Have a great rest of the day and week!

  • Vishwajeet Kumar says:

    Hello Lisa,

    Awesome list of tools and these tools are really very helpful in day to day blogging. I am also using some of them and its help me a lot. I never had used push engage and want to give it a try. I have read their review on harsh’s blog. I am big fan of social media warfare plugin and its help me to increase my social shares. Thanks for bringing up these tools under one post.

    Have a great day 🙂

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Vishwajeet, Thank you. I just got my stats from Push Engage today and were good – 36 subscribers in only a few weeks since I had them and 120 views. I was very happy with that to start. I’m liking them more each day and subscribe to others more that way.
      I love that plugin too – Social Media Warfare.
      Thanks for coming by and have a great rest of the week Vishwajeet.

  • SaraBeth says:

    HI, Lisa. I use many of the content marketing gadgets. I’ve yet to use a Brand listener tool like Brand24 – I’m still okay with Google Alerts.
    Tip: With content marketing (as with SEO) it is a long game – if played with patience, it will reap rewards
    ^_^
    p.s. I think another gadget may be CommentLuv – comments are content too

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Sarah, oh that’s a great one. I believe they have a free trial too. And they have a mobile app that is awesome to go with it. It surely is a long game and it changes just when you get it down pat 🙂 CommentLuv, interesting one – I love it but it doesn’t always work now that it’s not been updated in quite some time. I may do a future post on that. I hope someone can buy it and update it.
      Thanks for coming by Sarah and have a wonderful day!

  • Cori Ramos says:

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for sharing these tools with us. Some of my favorites are on here like Hostgator, Canva, Yoast, Triberr, Social Warfare and some others I”m using – and of course Hootsuite. 🙂

    But the one that’s new to me and will look into after I leave this comment is Push Engage. I’ve never heard of that one before.

    Great list! I’ll be passing this along for sure. Have a great week. 🙂

    Cori

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Cori, how are you doing? Wow, you haven’t heard of the push notifications? That is how they are done with WordPress. I love it. At first I wasn’t sure but I know I subscribe to more and more blogs that way. It’s quick and easy and less email. Let me know if you try it out.
      Thank you for coming by Cori and I hope you are doing well 🙂

  • P V Ariel says:

    Hi Lisa,
    Happy to be here again after a while. I am here today via your Inbound share.
    Indeed you shared a great list of gadgets, in which I am already using few of them and glad to know about more in that list. Yoast is really an amazing tool which performs different features for the bloggers. And the other one I like in the list is Canva, its really an amazing tool with which we can create different images and graphics ets.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Have a great time of sharing ahead
    Best Regards
    ~ Philip

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Philip, nice to see you back here 🙂 I love inbound.org – great community there! Do you use the Pro version of Yoast or the Free? I’m using Canva more and more these days. I love their images for $1 and I may go to their monthly one too. It took a little while to get the hang of it but I’m getting there. I had photoshop on my old computer but since I got a new laptop I don’t have it.
      Which content marketing gadget will you try out that you haven’t used yet?
      Thanks for coming by Philip and have a great day!

  • Gloria says:

    Hi, Lisa!
    It’s such a great list of cool marketing gadgets! It is so nice to see BRAND24 in here. Thank you so much for recommending! <3

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Gloria, thank you. I love Brand24, I’ve been finding mentions of my brand and myself that I would not have known about! And I love that it covers everything from social to news and more. It’s really come a long way in a short time. Thanks for coming by and have a great day and new week Gloria.

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