HERE ARE THE 7 BEST FREE ONLINE MARKETING RESOURCES
TO MAKE YOUR LIFE WORTH LIVING AGAIN
by Victoria Donovan
On top of that, almost all of the images on these sites are under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.
This means you don’t have to attribute their creation to anyone even if you edit them beyond recognition or use them for commercial use.
Which one should you use?
Pixabay is great for a generic stock photo hunt.
Pexels is great for finding stunning photohraphy that is more on the actual art side of the spectrum than the stock photo side.
Between the two, I almost always find an image I can use.
This is where you will obtain all of the Instagram analytics you didn’t know you needed.
All for free.
And all in one place.
That being said, their free account version is great for scheduling out social posts on multiple platforms. Hootsuite makes it super easy to create shortlinks, track them, and analyze them.
Other free features include some other small-scale social analytics avaialbe in downloadable PDFs and keyword tracking on multiple different social platforms.
Thanks to Sprout Social, the world has an always up-to-date amazing killer awesome Google doc with every single image dimension you could ever need.
I like to think of Canva as the Photoshop.beta ideal for making social content.
What you won't get: super high-quality, photoshop-level graphic design work on Canva.
What you will get: consistent, perfectly sized images ready to push to your social channels and plop into blogs and articles.
Okay fellow freeloaders…did I miss anything? What are your go-to ~free~ marketing tools?
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