3 More Essential Tools To Help Marketers When Working From Home
In a time where working remotely becomes more and more frequent, people are turning to tools to keep their productivity high. Lets breakdown 3 more tools that can help you be more efficient when working remotely. If you missed the first post breaking down 5 other helpful tools you can read it here.
While written content can some people’s attention easily, the digital world we live in requires a little bit more to capture the attention of others. Regular stock photos definitely move the needle forward, but having video offers a whole different level of captivating. InVideo helps people that aren’t professionally trained in video editing make great videos in just a few minutes. InVideo gives the user music, premade videos, and templates all in one spot to easily combine.
A huge percentage of marketers give presentations on a regular basis. Some presentations carry more weight than others, such as pitching to a potential client. For those instances you want your presentation to be memorable, which is where 24Slides comes in to help. 24Slides takes the content of your presentation and redesigns it to make it more professional, persuasive, and engaging. This allows you to focus on preparing the content of your presentation rather than taking time to perfect the design.
As a marketer, you always have to be learning, staying up to date with the latest trends, and continue to become more and more efficient. Udemy is a place where experts can create informational video courses on certain topics and trends. Udemy allows you to choose from over 100,000 online video courses with new courses being published every month. They offer a specific marketing tab that holds over 7000+ marketing-related courses, allowing you to invest more in your marketing knowledge than ever before. Personally, I completed the “The Complete Digital Marketing Course – 12 Courses in 1” program and was astonished at how much information there was to take away.
Let me know what marketing tools/programs you use on a frequent basis in the comments below!