Marketing tools
Marketing tools

Hello guys, In Today’s digital world, if you have created a good valuable post but has not shaed your content then peoples will not like to see. So Marketing and content distribution tools help you to promote your content. so that users will see your work.

Here i have listed some useful tools for Internet marketing and content distribution.

Internet Marketing & Content Distribution Tools

#1. Buffer

Use Buffer to schedule your content across Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for posting at the best times optimized for your account or at the times of your choosing. Buffer helps streamline the process of distributing content to each channel quickly and effectively.

#2. Slideshare

An often overlooked tool for content marketing, create a deck to draw attention to a resource or service on your website. Like this deck on YouTube Virality, that drove 20,000+ views to the creator’s content.

#3. Yoast

The best search engine optimization plugin for WordPress that helps bolster your website and its content to its full potential with all the major search engines. It simplifies the process making it easier for website owners of all levels keep their web properties inline with SEO best practices.

#4. MailChimp

MailChimp is one of the easiest email marketing platforms to use to market your content to your email list. Don’t have an email list? The exclusive content your business will create and distribute using this platform will help fuel new subscribers to your email list.

#5. Promoted Posts on Facebook

Facebook advertising can bolster the visibility of your content in the newsfeed far greater than it would reach on its own organically. Pay per post to get your content featured in front of a larger audience on Facebook with your fans and non-fans alike.

#6. Click to Tweet

Click to Tweet provides a simple but valuable service for distributing content: allowing you to create a link that pre-populates a Tweet for people to share. Let’s say you’ve written a blog post with a really powerful quote from your CEO. Using Click to Tweet, you can generate a link that, when clicked, will pre-populate a person’s Twitter compose box with that quote and a link to the post. Then you can use the link in your blog post, on social and anywhere else. This tool simplifies the social share process for your readers, which can lead to wider distribution on Twitter.

#7. PRWeb 

Use this syndication platform to send SEO optimized press releases about your most valuable content to 30,000 journalists, 250,000 opt-in news subscribers and to the 3 million monthly visitors on PRWeb.com. The platform is easy to use and allows many effective tools to create your press release, distribute it and monitor its success.

#8. Quora

Quora is home to some of the most interesting content on the internet. People use the network to ask questions of all kinds—literally about everything you can imagine. Where there are questions, there’s an opportunity for you to provide answers. Seek out questions about your industry or even your business, then prove your knowledge with a thoughtful answer, and link to your website or a specific piece of content for more context. Quora provides you with an audience actively looking for insights that you can provide, and consequently an opportunity to distribute your content.

#9. Tweriod 

Twitter tool that helps determine the best time to tweet your content for your business. The tool gets your content in front of more tweeters and comes in the form of a free simple report that outlines the best times to tweet.

#10. Taboola

If you want to expand your reach, Taboola is a great paid distribution option. Essentially, what Taboola offers you is placement on a variety of other websites. If you hopped around online, you’ve undoubtedly encountered the little “Around the web” or “Recommended for you” boxes at the bottom or alongside other articles. Taboola can place your content in those boxes, driving new traffic and new readers to your work.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Awesome tools you got here Abhay! I’ve been using MailChimp and it helped me a lot. Haven’t tried some of those yet but I might try to check them out. Thanks for sharing!

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