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The Ultimate Digital Marketing Tool Box

Clark Marshall

Updated: 04 June 2017

21 Free tools to kick start your business online. We use and recommend all (and more) of these tools to run our Digital Marketing Agency and other small businesses.

Included are design tools to create graphics, banners and videos quickly and cost effectively. Project management and team communication tools. And website tools to build your own website and make it your best sales employee.

1. Stock Images

Free images and videos you can use anywhere.

2. Graphic Design

Easy DIY graphic design.

3. Video Editing

Free on Mac Computers and iOS devices. (Apple)
iMovie for iOS

4. Graphic Design

Instant iPhone Mockups & Demo Videos

5. Appointment Scheduling

Schedule appointments the easy way.

6. Project Management

Track your tasks and collaborate with teams.

7. Integration

Connect anything, to anything.

8. eMail Autoresponder

Grow email lists and create email campaigns.

9. Messaging

Instant messaging for teams.

10. Communication

Connect via voice messaging – walkie talkie style (who doesn’t love walkie talkies!)

11. Video Conferencing

Video meetings and face to face calls.

12. Email Platform

Powerful email platform for any device.

13. Website Software

The worlds most popular website platform. Not to be confused with

14. WordPress Theme

GeneratePress Theme . A simple and lite “starter theme”.
GenerativePress Theme

15. WordPress Editor

Easy to Use Drag and Drop Page Editor.
Beaver Builder Lite

16. Website Forms

Drag and drop responsive form builder. Build contact forms, questionnaires, surveys and more.
Caldera Forms

17. Shopping Cart

Arguably the best eCommerce Plugin for WordPress.

18. List Building

Free tools to grow email lists, social sharing and analytics.

19. Membership Software

Free membership software.
Paid Memberships Pro

20. SEO

Optimize your website for Search.
Yoast SEO

21. Google Analytics

Integrate Google Analytics with your website easily.
Google Analytics by Yoast

Clark Marshall

Clark has been building websites since 2005. He's an avid WordPress fan and enjoys mentoring young web developers when he's not helping clients to build their businesses.

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