Your big list of digital marketing tools

I’m making this list of useful, and usually free, digital marketing tools for you.

I began making it just for me. But my approach is, generally, to share information rather than keep it to myself. So now you too can benefit from the list.

You may need to log into the relevant system before accessing some of these tools.

Answerthepublic – keyword content idea generator

Blog post headline analyzer – get tips on making your headline more attractive to readers

Buzz Sumo - quickly find the best performing topics and keywords in your niche, for free!

Canva - free design tool with templates and a library of royalty-free images to create eye-catching social media and blog posts

Evernote - one of my favourite apps to organise and collect ideas across different devices

Facebook Profile to Page migration – convert a personal profile into a Page

Google Adwords Keyword Planner – it helps you find keywords

Google Alerts – get notified when specific subjects are discussed online

Google Analytics URL builder – for adding custom tracking codes to web addresses

Google Forms - collect and organise information with beautiful, free forms

Google Mobile Friendly test – is your website mobile friendly? Even if it is, you should also be sure it’s user friendly

Google Nik collection – free add-ons to Photoshop and Photoshop Elements

Hashtag Directory – a tool to help you find hashtags – track the relationships between hashtags

Namecheckr - easily find social media handles that are available across a huge number of platforms

Review Skeptic – an automated tool that assesses whether an online review could be faked - never use boring words in your posts again! Search for synonyms to find the perfect way to express yourself

Tweet Jukebox - schedule a selection of evergreen tweets to repeat themselves over time with a few clicks 

Tweriod - analyses your twitter feed to find the most effective times to post to your audience

Twitter competition tool – to help you draw random winners for Twitter contests

Website Grader – how does your site rate? Tip: there’s no need to add an email address

Wufooo Form Builder - another free tool to create beautiful, accessible forms to generate leads and grow your email list

Do you have a favourite, free tool that isn't listed? Please let me know!