30 Digital Marketing Tools you can use for FREE

1- Google Analytics – To track website traffic activity
2- Google Keyword Planner – For keyword research
3- Google Search Console – To check indexing status & more
4- Google Trends – To analyze the popularity of a search term
5- UberSuggest Basic Account – keyword research + content ideas
6- Screaming Frog SEO spider – For website audit
7- SEOreviewtools – To extract backlinks
8- Website Auditor – For website audit
9- Monitor Backlinks – To monitor backlinks & keywords
10- Answer The Public – For visual keyword research
11- Grammarly – To write grammatically correct sentences
12- Trello – To organize your project and monitor the progress
13- Canva – To design online using drag & drop features
14- Hootsuite – To plan and track your social media activity
15- Smartlook – To analyze user behavior on your website
16- Mailchimp – For email marketing
17- Right Relevance – To find the right influencer
18 – Ahrefs Basic Account – Keyword research
19 – SEMRush Basic Account – keyword research
20 – Snaptik – To remove TikTok watermark
21 – Bitly – URL shortener
22 – Inflact – Hashtag generator
23 – PageSpeed Insights – for checking the website speed
24 – Facebook Ad Library – To spy on competitors Ads
25 – Creator Studio – for Scheduling Facebook and Insta Posts
26 – TubeBuddy and VidiQ – for YouTube video Analytics
27 – RapdTags – for YouTube Video Tags
28 – YouTube Audio Library – for Royalty-free music
29 – Pexels – for free stock images and Videos
30 – QuillBot – Paraphrasing tool that generates various synonym

Our Journey with our Client – Ricemandi.com

PROMOZSQUARE : Marketing Agency in Chennai

We are glad to share our one year journey. Its time to say “Thank you” to our esteemed client – Ricemandi.com and our team members!

Promozsquare successfully completes its first Financial Year April 2015 to March 2016. Stepping into the second year of Journey!!

In this happy moments we would like to share our journey with www.ricemandi.com

http://www.ricemandi.com : #Onlinegrocery portal in Chennai. We started from scratch and established their social media presence. They are now available in Facebook, Twitter, Googleplus and Pinterest.



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Ways to Promote Your App for Free

So breaking your head on ” How to promote your app?? Promoting your app is tough work, we know. appCatYourOwnApp

There are  #appreneurs who’ve earned more than a million dollars selling their app, largely promoting it for free

So here are some ideas to promote your app for free…..

1. Build a microsite. This one or two-pager showcases your app to the web audience

2. Build a teaser website. Do this a month or two before your launch to collect email addresses of people who would like to know when the app launches.

3. Start a blog. Attach it to your microsite. Write interesting content that will draw people to your website. Buffer app does this really effectively

4. Share your content in Social Media.  Use your Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn profiles to promote the app several times in a week.

5. Create a product video. Make it creative, funny, thought-provoking or personal. Tell the story, but in a way people can identify with. Here’s a great one as example from the Dollar Shave Club

6. Get press, tons of it. Entrepreneur Neil Patel says: “Press is the best way to kick start your startup, and the best way to get it is to manually reach out to journalists.”

7. Pitch to app review websites. Sites like 148apps, AppStoreApps andAppAdvice can generate a lot of buzz for your app if they mention it.

8. Contact bloggers who would care. Identify bloggers who write on niches that relate to your app. For instance, a children’s app can be pitched to bloggers write write for mothers.

9. Apply for awards. Look into awards such as the Kiip Build Fund orThe Mobileys. If you win, you also get a ton of press, not to mention winner’s booty.

10. Start a podcast. Publish it on iTunes or your own website. Draw content from the niche your app caters to most.

11. Always be collecting emails. Gather potential customer emails through Facebook, Twitter or your website. An email list of people who have opted in is a powerful marketing tool.

12. Create a six-second how-to series. Make the most of Vine with videos potential customers will find useful. The hashtag #howto is one of the top trending tags on Vine.

13. Use Dubbler. Promote your blog posts or content having to do with your app’s niche on Dubbler — a 60-second audio social network.

14. Post on Pinterest. Use blog images, infographics and visual content from your app to create content on your Pinterest board.  You can even use happy customer photos or hold contests.

15. Manually recruit customers. The creator behind Canvsly reaches out to local art schools, libraries and pediatricians to get more customers. Know your audience and find them.

16. Run a contest. For example, you can encourage people to tweet and share content on their social networks promoting your app. A random person every week can win a promo code to download your app for free if it is a paid one.

17. Create a Facebook group.  Form a group for people with common interests related to your app’s niche so they can meet and socialize regularly. If your app caters to hikers, for example, create a hiking group.

18. Get speaking opportunities. Research events that touch on the topic your app addresses and make an appearance. Start small and get recognized as an authority in the space.

19. Take advantage of voicemail. Include a creative mention of your app in your phone’s voicemail recording.

20. Be obsessive about resolving negative reviews. Remember: A happy customer is a brand ambassador for your app.

21. Make good use of App Store Optimization. You can find it at the app store.

22. Contact admins of related Facebook pages. Look for pages with 100k+ likes and reach out to their admins. Make sure these pages have something to do with the focus of your app. Then give them a compelling reason to mention it.

23. Optimize your email signature. Provide a catchy one-liner about your app along with the link to download it in your email signature.

24. Consider offering a promotional price. If your app is a pay-to-download one, consider a promotional pricing of $0.99 during the launch time. This price point encourages impulse purchases.

25. Integrate social within the app. This will make it obvious to users to share with others. Path app allows users to share photographs on social networks and Draw Something makes sure you rope in a friend or more.

Source : Entrepreneur