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9 Free Online Design Tools for your Digital Marketing Content

When thinking about design tools, one single golden standard software is Adobe Photoshop. However, you need certain time to explore and learn the software, assuming you know nothing about it. Many beginners might feel it’s too complicated and time consuming, not to mention the software charges a monthly subscription fee. Who doesn’t love free stuff? Luckily, when it comes to graphic design for your website, or digital marketing content, there are so many free software with high quality features. One…

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10 Most Followed Twitter Accounts in the World [Infographic]

Ranked after Facebook, Twitter is the 2nd largest social media network in the world. The primary difference between Twitter & Facebook is the limitation on the total characters of “Tweets”, which is 280 characters (increased from the previous 140 characters). Today, Twitter’s global total monthly users is around 335 millions, according to Statista. Only 3 persons in the world have more than 100 million Twitter followers: Katy Perry: 106M Justin Bieber: 104M Barack Obama: 102M Feel free to share this…

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5 Types of E-Commerce Email Marketing You Should Use Now

If you run an e-commerce business, email marketing is one of the most effective tools to retain customers. The important point to remember is don’t hard-sell to your client base using email marketing all the time. Email marketing when overdone, can look like spam, and nobody loves it. Despite the emergence of new e-commerce websites every day, most online stores still don’t fully utilize their clients’ emails. If you have no idea which email marketing software is suitable for your…

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4 Powerful and Free Tools to Research Your Competitors

Everyone keeps asking me the same question: How do you know so much about your competitors? Well, the answer is a simple one — because I know the free tools to spy on them. In fact, all of us can follow the same steps and learn within minutes. I’m serious! 🙂 Let’s discover and research your competitors now! 1) SimilarWeb First, visit https://www.similarweb.com/. Enter your competitor’s website URL. Let’s take apple.com as an example. The first section will tell you…