What Sales/Marketing Tools I Use
Here is the near complete tech stack I use to run my online businesses and recommend to anyone who asks. They’re my favorite online tools, content management systems, lead generation, funnels, sales tools, etc. Everything you need to run a successful online business.
Eventually, I’ll either write up an in-depth review article for each along with a video
1. HighLevel – ( aff ) CMS
I use HighLevel for my business and highly recommend to clients and agencies these days. It’s my favorite contact management system, all-in-one complete digital marketing suite of services for businesses of any size and nearly any niche. It’s easy to use and reliable, and incredible way to increase revenue via website, email, SMS and phone.
2. ChatGPT – Artificial Intelligence
If you don’t know what it is…you’re missing out.
3. Google Cloud ( aff ) – Hosting
I use GoogleCloud hosting for all my websites. I have been using it for years now.
They are one of the top-rated hosting providers, and what’s more, they offer excellent customer support.
4. BehaviorSales AI ( aff )
Convert your sales calls into competitive intelligence to close deals faster!
This game-changing, disruptive Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology will help you close more deals, increasing your sales faster and easier – than you ever thought possible.
5. OmniPUSH ( aff ) – Lead Generation
OmniPUSH “automates” your lead generation outreach using our proprietary process, driving more meetings, sales, and profits – completely on autopilot.
Automated omni-channel follow-up for power prospecting.
6. Lasso ( aff ) – Comparison tables
Lasso is my product display boxes and comparison tables tool of choice.
If you have an affiliate website, just put a Lasso comparison table on top of any round-up review page and increase your commission.
7. LowFruits ( aff )- A keyword research tool
LowFruits is an excellent keyword research tool that helps me find low-competition keywords. What I love about it is that it visually shows the competition level for each keyword. It makes it very easy to spot good keywords.
8. Ahrefs – All-in-one SEO tool
Ahrefs is my favorite all-in-one SEO tool that I use daily. The Ahrefs tab on my browser is open 24/7. I use the tool for keyword research, tracking organic traffic, backlinks, referring domains, top pages, etc. I also use it to check my competitors’ performance and for simple SEO audits.
9. Screaming Frog – SEO Audits
Screaming Frog is the tool I use to audit websites. You can do the same things in the Ahrefs site audit, but Screaming Frog is 10X faster. The tool can find many technical websites issues like missing H1s, duplicate content, noindex, nofollow directives, and many more.
Remember that the free version is only for up to 500 URLs.
10. SurferSEO – On-Page optimization
SurferSEO analyzes top-ranking pages for a search query and provides data-driven recommendations for optimizing your content. Content Score allows you to structure your article, generate a comprehensive list of relevant keywords, and receive instant feedback on the overall on-page optimization.
11. Typefully ( aff ) – Twitter Scheduling
Typefully is a simple Twitter scheduling tool that offers threads scheduling, auto-retweets, and a beautiful interface. Moreover, it has an auto-plug function that adds another tweet with a newsletter signup form or a product promotion once the original tweet/thread hits specific likes or retweets.
There’s also an excellent analytics page with a detailed analysis of your latest tweets, followers count, impressions, engagement rate, profile conversion rate, tweeting streak, and engagement during the day.
12. Easy Table of Contents – ToC
The best and easiest to install a table of content for WordPress. I use this plugin on all of my sites. It helps with user experience and organic traffic.