How I Break Down My Exact Digital Stack
As a process-driven marketer, I wanted to break down my exact digital stack for getting the job done.
1. I use Loom to capture screen share content
Capture your screen, record your front-facing camera, and narrate it all at once...for free. PLUS, it's a chrome extension so it's easy to use.
- perfect for sending client recaps
- easy for sending team changes added to a task manager
2. I leverage Google Drive to manage files and SOPs
We have all of our google docs, files, and presentations. Also use @googlecalendar and block out times in a week for work by color. Makes it easy to prioritize tasks.
- @googleslides - proposals
- @googledocs - SOPs / content
- @googlesheets - data
3. Typeform is my favorite way to record responses
This easy to use survey/form platform that makes beautiful forms responsive on any device. It integrates with @zapier so you can literally have customers:
- complete a form
- form pushes 2 sheet
- response is sent
You can see ours -
4. I use LapaNinja to get design motivation
For UI/UX design inspiration. When we design websites, I specifically use this tool to find and emulate designs from award winning #UIUX peeps. Site is organized and you can browse by categories.
- ideas for fonts, colors and site architecture
5. KeywordsEverywhere let's me do serious competitive analysis
Want to find out the average cost and traffic of a keyword? Get it IN SECONDS by performing a google search with this chrome extension. Makes it easy to get a bird's eye view of competitors. Image attached of how it works
6. BuzzSumo makes it easy to come up with content ideas
If you need ideas for fresh view content, this tool(freemium) makes it easy to find vital content you can emulate and capitalize on.
7. I use Asana for task management
For task management, both are amazing tools for managing all you business tasks. Asana is more "checklist" style, while trellis is visual with cards. I like Asana beacuse it has both, but both work great!
- organize lists
- due dates and tracking
8. Chatfuel is great for setting up chatbots.
Focuses mainly on building bots for Facebook Messenger. It's amazingly simple. So simple, I created a detailed bot for less than $50.
Check out the free training - youtu.be/eOC4FrploJ8
- insane click rates (70%+)
- seamless integration
9. Slack is perfect for communicationg with my remote team
The best team communication tool on the planet. And it's free. Think of it as WhatsApp for business. You NEED this in your biz. It'll cut down emails a ton.
- create "channels" groups to organize convos.
- integrations with @zapier, forms and more!
June 13, 2019