Email Marketing · Lead generation

What are the best tools for inbound marketing?

Ioannis MSc IT professional

September 16th, 2016

Hubspot, Marketo, etc. Which ones are your favorites?

Russell Fletcher VP of Sales at SendForensics

September 16th, 2016

This is a very open-ended scenario. The best tools really depend on what you're trying to accomplish and your available budget...

Kerri Foster Affiliate Marketer at Click & Track Advertising

September 16th, 2016

Hi, I noticed your message on email autoresponder and decided I should answer you I recently have found an autoresponder with so many other tools all in one the difference between it and other autoresponders is that it tells you how many people opened your email and what one did
with their email .  With this tool, you can also then put the people you open your emails onto a special list.  This is the only one on the market 
that I am aware of if you want more information.  Contact me on skype
at garfield2417.  If you do not have skype get a free account today it's the best tool I have.

Kim Albee Marketing Automation & Content Marketing Strategist

September 16th, 2016

You may want to check out WPMktgEngine if you're using WordPress.  It's got email marketing and automation, full lead management, plus a drag and drop landing page builder for your opt-in pages - forms, pop-ups -- no web dev techie required. The most comprehensive, yet affordable, inbound marketing platform on the market.  http://wpmktgengine.com

Scott Taylor Sales & Marketing Director at Cloudia Assistant / Author: The Opportunity in Every Problem

September 16th, 2016

Okay, since FD won't publish phone and email, you will be able to figure this out by removing spaces scott.taylor @ cloudiaassistant. com

Diane Bernard Chief Digital Marketing & Growth Officer For Hire, CEO, Virtual CMO for Technology, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Consumer

September 16th, 2016

Ioannis, There are a number of things to consider that impact the tools you use. How segmented you market is? How warm is your lead or will it require lots of education to bring them to conclusion they need your product? What CRM are you using? Will you use video to explain your product? Are you clear on the fear or pain of your potential customer? How large of a customer base do you expect? Do you want it to function with other marketing campaigns? These questions answered that will give the right set of metrics to help determine best tools to use. Shoot me your answers and I will give you my thoughts on best tools. Diane Sent from my iPhone

Scott Taylor Sales & Marketing Director at Cloudia Assistant / Author: The Opportunity in Every Problem

September 16th, 2016

We have a CRM with a great drip marketing system where you can organize groups or messages in folders the create multiple automated email campaigns for each folder going out simultaneously. If you would like me to send you a PowerPoint demo so you can see screen shots just let me know by calling 817-778-4515 or email me at scott.taylor@cloudiaassistant.com