on January 23, 2019 MSP Growth Academy

4 Of The Best Tools For Your Marketing Stack

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If it's time to upgrade your marketing stack then we have just the tools for you to take a look at. These tools are ones we use ourselves here at Zedsphere and we swear by them for all things marketing - video, images and automation. 
If you find the right marketing tool stack that works well for your MSP business and your team then you will be on the right tracks to efficiency. 
1. Canva 
The first tool that you will find comes in handy for so many different aspects of your marketing is Canva. It's a design tool that is super easy to use and navigate that you can use to design banners, social media sized photos and eBooks. 


2. Wistia 


If you're planning on using video in your marketing efforts then Wistia is the place to go. When you host your videos on Wistia then you are able to see a full analysis of plays, heatmaps and audience details. Plus when you're creating your videos you can add in your branding, CTA buttons, links and turnstiles. 


3. Pixabay 


Pixabay is a site where you can find tonnes of free images to use commercially, import them into your Canva account too if you want to add some design work to them. A free alternative to iStock if you're on a strict marketing budget. 


4. HubSpot


HubSpot now allows you to use their marketing software for free! With HubSpot marketing you can add forms onto your website so that you can start gathering leads the inbound way. Send emails after someone fills in your form too and add pop-up forms to your page. 



Need help with any of these tools or want to know more about how we use them here at Zedsphere? Feel free to contact us anytime and join our partner programme today to get more sales & marketing hints and tips.



Abbie-Lee Hollister

Abbie-Lee is an MSP product specialist and looks after Customer Success at Zedsphere. Her specialities include everything inbound marketing, content strategy and blogging. When she's not at Zedsphere, Abbie-Lee can be found drinking a cup of Yorkshire Tea and writing her PhD thesis.

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