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Below is all of the resources/tools that I included on the site, for those of you that prefer a list view 🙂

Please note that this is my curation, some of you may not agree with what I find valuable but that’s fine. These resrouces and tools continue to evolve over time.

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General Marketing Blogs

  • Search Engine Journal — Search Engine Journal is an online platform that offers news, interviews, and how-to guides from marketing experts around the world.
  • Startup Marketing — A blog about unlocking startup growth by Sean Ellis
  • Social Triggers — Effective, no-nonsense marketing blog by Derek Halpern
  • {grow} — A top-rated blog founded by Mark Schaefer. Mark is an acclaimedcollege educator, author, speaker, and social media strategy consultant who has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the CBS NEWS.
  • Zana — Learn how research-driven and experience-driven marketing can help your product or vision succeed.
  • Buffer — Thoughts on sharing, creating, analyzing and converting with social media by Buffer. Buffer is a smarter way to share pictures, links or videos on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
  • KISSmetrics — KISSmetrics provides web analytics solutions to assist businesses in customer acquisition and decision-making.
  • Social Media Examiner — Social Media Examiner, the world’s largest online social media magazine, is designed to help businesses discover how to best use social media tools like Facebook, Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn to connect with customers, generate more brand awareness and increase sales.
  • Razor Social — Razor Social is dedicated to providing you with the best information available on social media tools and technology.
  • QuickSprout — Marketing blog from Neil Patel, co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar and KISSmetrics

Individuals’ Blogs


  • Brian BalfourVP Growth @ HubSpot, Formerly EIR @ Trinity Ventures, Co-Founder of Boundless ,Co-Founder of Viximo, Co-Founder reCatalyze & PopSignal. Growth advisor to Boundless, Gametime, and Namo Media. Investor in GrabCad, Helpscout, and Shareaholic
  • Hiten ShahHiten started two SaaS companies, Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics.One is self-funded & the other is venture backed. He also sends a weekly email newsletter called SaaS Weekly where he shares relevant, curated links for anyone interested in SaaS businesses.
  • Neil PatelMarketing blog from Neil Patel, co-founder of Crazy Egg, Hello Bar and KISSmetrics. Neil is the co-founder of 2 Internet companies: Crazy Egg, and KISSmetrics. Through these 2 companies he has helped large corporations such as General Motors, Hewlett-Packard and Viacom make more money from the web.
  • Lincoln MurphyMarketing, Customer Acquisition, & Churn Reduction Consulting for SaaS providers by Lincoln Murphy .
  • Morgan BrownMorgan Brown is the head of growth at Qualaroo and part of the team. Co-author of Growth Engines and also Unlocking Growth with Sean Ellis.
  • Everette TaylorEverette Taylor is firmly and creatively planting his feet in the world of marketing and business development. He currently serves as Chief Marketing Officer of the successful ecommerce company Sticker Mule and recently launched the new brand Button Frog. Taylor is founder of the marketing firm MilliSense (named after his mother Millicent), helping companies and brands grow through data-driven marketing and also partners with NFL Player Brandian Ross (Oakland Raiders) on the clothing lineUnity Over Self to raise money for children with autism.
  • Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréModerator at @ProductHunt & @GrowthHackers. Previously: Growth at @Inboundorg. Customer Success Evangelist.
  • Violeta Nedkova — Tweets about #startups. Product hunter. Growth @somewhere. One half of @empathsintech. Co-founder Amazemeet.
  • Gary VaynerchukGary Vaynerchuk is a co-founder and the CEO of VaynerMedia, a social media brand consulting agency. Vaynerchuk is also the author of three bestsellers: The Thank You Economy, CRUSH IT! Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In On Your Passion, and Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy World.
  • Sujan PatelSujan Patel is the VP of Marketing at thisCLICKS, the makers of When I Work & Wage Base. Previously Sujan founded Single Grain, one of the top Digital Marketing agencies in San Francisco, CA. With more than 10 years of Internet marketing experience and has led the digital marketing strategy for companies like Sales Force, Warby Parker, Intuit and many other Fortune 500 caliber companies.

People and Extras


  • Justin JacksonProduct Manager for a profitable web app, and the host of the Product People podcast. “I’m passionate about building products that delight customers.”
  • The Growth Paradox For Startup CEOsRead on if you value growth and understand that your startup growth is limited by your personal growth.
  • Jim Gray — Engineer & data scientist, specializing in marketing automation, customer issues, and repeatable growth processes.
  • The Great Big List of Twitter Lists, Ideas & Tools by William HarrisWhat are Twitter Lists? How do you create them? What are some great ideas for how to use them? What are some great tools to help organize and use them What are some great ones to follow?
  • 150 Growth LeadersA curated list of the most trustworthy, knowledgeable, and helpful growth experts in the business by Faisal Al-Khalidi . Faisal is the founder of Young Growth Marketer, the blog for young marketers looking to launch their careers in growth.
  • 88 Marketers you should followA list of 88 marketers you should follow, curated by Jay Baer. Jay is a New York Times best-selling author, global keynote speaker, and digital media entrepreneur. He is also President of @Convince — A strategy consulting firm.
  • Follow HuntThe best people to follow, every day

Inbound Marketing


  • Moz — Moz is the world’s most popular provider of inbound marketing software.
  • InboundInbound Marketing is a community of inbound marketers that share new ideas, events, jobs, and more.
  • Ok DorkSecrets about the best ways to write a cold email, growing email lists to 20,000+, and how to make it easy for others to say yes.
  • MarketoMarketo develops marketing automation software that provides inbound marketing, social marketing, CRM, and other related services.
  • HubspotHubSpot develops a cloud-based Inbound marketing software that allows businesses to transform the way that they market online



  • DripLightweight marketing automation software that sends emails based on who users are, and what they do.
  • MoosendMoosend is an email marketing service that helps you ease the burden of sending your email campaigns. It helps you manage your mailing lists, create and send your email marketing campaigns and track your results from an easy-to-use web interface.
  • CuratedCurate interesting content and build a relationship of expertise and trust with your customers.
  • GoodbitsCollect and curate content for your email campaigns. Goodbits integrates with the services your team already loves.
  • MailerliteVery simple email marketing solutions. Help companies to build relationships with their customers by sending good looking email newsletters. Easy to use web-based email marketing software.
  • Really Good EmailsA large collection of good product email design.
  • enables users to send newsletters to selected segments of customers using their website data.
  • SendgridSendGrid is a proven cloud-based email platform that successfully delivers over 17B customer engagement emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Pinterest, Airbnb, Pandora, Hubspot, Spotify, Uber, Linkedin and FourSquare, as well as more traditional enterprises like Taco Bell, Walmart, Intuit and Costco.
  • VeroVero provides email automation services that enable companies to send event-based emails to customers.
  • MailchimpMailChimp, an email marketing service,helps businesses with their marketing newsletters, automated messages, and targeted campaigns.

Link Sharing/URL Shorteners


  • enables users to shorten URLs, share files, and track visits to websites from Hootsuite.
  • LinerHighlight, save, and share any web page.
  • start A FIRE — start A FIRE enables individuals and brands to promote their social presence and content over any link they share.
  • Bitly — Bitly’s link management platform helps the world’s leading brands deliver and measure their efforts across all marketing channels.
  • Google URL Shortener — Googles URL Shortener
  • Bundlin The beauty of the web, bundled.Create, discover and share collections of links about your favorite subjects.
  • Linky Dink — Linkydink is a link-sharing tool for startup teams. It allows users to add links to a group and for a daily list of the links collected to be emailed out to subscribers.
  • Link Re-director — Dynamic URL shortener that can provide one link with multiple destinations (websites or apps).

PR & Press

  • Journo RequestsPR opportunities from Twitter delivered to your inbox.
  • PR Geeks — Tips, tricks & tools to get better at PR tech
  • The Press Release Is Dead — Use This Instead — Mike Butcher, editor-at-large at TechCrunch gives us tips and very concrete examples on how to pitch him, TechCrunch and tech media in general.
  • — Where to get press coverage for your startup
  • A News Tip — Build relationships with journalists around the world. Find journalists by what they tweet.
  • PR Stack — Tools at the fingertips of the PR industry
  • Hey Press — It’s a search engine for startup journalists. You search for a keyword, e.g. ‘Oculus Rift’, then they scour the net to find the most relevant journalists.
  • Presspass — PressPass is an interactive directory of journalists organized by media outlets, beats, & regions aimed at making it easier for small businesses, non-profits, start-ups and citizen reporters to get their news-worthy stories out to the right reporters.
  • Muckrack — Muck Rack offers tools that help media professionals find and contact the most relevant journalists for their stories, and monitor how their stories perform.
  • Bolo Software — Media Search engine that combines a searchable database of the top 30,000 influencers’ writings and contact information with an internal PR workflow tool set.



  • 35 Tips to grow your Medium blog35 Actionable Tips to Grow Your Medium Blog
  • 100 Days of Growth — Proven ways to grow your business fast by Sujan Patel & Rob Wormley.
  • Launchkit — Simple, useful tools for mobile makers.
  • Building Analytics at 500px — A look at building analytics from the ground up at a mid-sized start-up and some of the challenges faced along the way.
  • 50 Shades of Growth Hacking — 50 eCommerce Growth Hacks That You Can Use Right Now.
  • $0 Marketing Stack by Buffer — The best free tools for social media marketers, curated by Buffer. Buffer helps users share social media content by scheduling online posts throughout the day.
  • Startup Marketing Resources — Learn about marketing strategy, customer acquisition, and growth for startups.
  • $9 Marketing Stack — With this stack, you can: Track visitors and events, Analyze your funnel (AARRR), Capture leads, Send one-off email campaigns, Send drip campaigns and behaviorial emails, A/B test your site AND your emails, Do marketing automation (workflows, tags, etc.).
  • Designmodo marketing tools — Best Tools for Marketers. Here you can find the best tools for designers, developers & marketers from Designmodo. Designmodo New York based company with focus on digital products for designers and developers.
  • Growth Stacks — A quantitative look into the tools growth teams use


Mobile/App Analytics


  • AppbotAppbot aggregates app store reviews for all countries on the iTunes, Google Play and Amazon app stores, surfaces user sentiment, bugs and feature requests, and seamlessly pushes this feedback into your app development & support workflows via native integrations.
  • Mobile Action — We provide a one stop-shop for app marketers to do keyword ranking, competitor analysis and App Store Optimization in the App Stores.
  • Sensor Tower — Sensor Tower drives organic user acquisition as the leading platform for App Store Optimization and the optimal provider of marketplace data.
  • App Annie — App Annie provides business intelligence solutions such as ranking, sales analytics and advanced market intelligence for the app economy.
  • appFigures — A beautiful app tracking platform for app developers and publishers. appFigures automatically grab and visualize everything that matters by combining sales & download numbers, world-wide reviews & ranks, and other juicy data into powerful, easy to understand reports.
  • Mixpanel — Mixpanel is an analytics platform for the mobile and web, supporting businesses to study consumer behavior.
  • Applause — Applause offers In-the-Wild Testing, Mobile Beta Management, Test Automation & Mobile Analytics to help companies achieve 360° app quality.
  • Appsee — Appsee offers a SaaS-based platform that enables companies to optimize their mobile applications. Appsee’s mobile analytics platform provides in-depth analysis of your users’ behavior, allowing you to provide the ultimate app experience.
  • AppsFlyer — AppsFlyer is a mobile advertising measurement platform that allows app marketers to measure their user acquisition campaigns in real-time.
  • Tune — With a mission to make mobile marketing better for everyone, TUNE creates Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products to help marketers manage performance advertising relationships across mobile and desktop.


  • Tableau — Tableau Software provides easy-to-use software applications for fast analytics and visualization.
  • InsightSquared — InsightSquared provides Salesforce analytics solutions that enable SMBs to maximize sales and increase team productivity.
  • Branch Metrics — Branch helps you personalize the install experience for every new user through our referral and sharing platform.
  • Numerics — Create your own unique dashboards from hundreds of pre-designed widgets that show a mix of website analytics, social media engagement, project progress, sales funnels, customer support queues, account balances or even numbers from your spreadsheets in the cloud — everything your business needs to monitor.
  • Geckoboard — Geckoboard is a real time data dashboard that helps you and your team stay focused on the metrics that matter.
  • Chartio — Chartio helps businesses analyze and track their critical data through an intuitive interface.
  • Klipfolio — Klipfolio is a real-time business dashboard that is fast, fun, powerful, and affordable.
  • Qlik — Qlik simplifies the way people use data by making it a natural part of how they make decisions. Monitor the performance of your business with both a high level view as well as the ability to drill down into the business details
  • Cyfe — Cyfe provides a cloud-based service that enables users to monitor and share vital business data from one single location in real-time.


  • RJ MetricsRJMetrics is a complete analytics platform for online businesses.
  • Webtrends — Webtrends is a digital marketing company providing measurement, optimization and social enterprise solutions.
  • Ruler Analytics — Ruler Analytics is a web analytics and call tracking solution for both large and small businesses. It works by matching real sales, leads and phone call data to the exact marketing source responsible for each of them, allowing businesses to see which marketing channels are working well for them and those which are not.
  • Hotjar — HotJar is a privately owned and funded company that develops intuitive and disruptive research and optimization tools for web businesses.
  • Segment — Segment is the single hub to collect, manage and route your customer analytics data. Integrate 160 tools in one place.
  • Google Analytics — Google Analytics (GA) is a free service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about the visitors to a website.
  • Piwik — Piwik is an open source (GPL license) Web Analytics software. It generates reports on website visitors, popular pages, the search engines.
  • Crazy Egg — Crazy Egg allows website owners to create tests to figure out what users are doing on their site.
  • Mixpanel — Mixpanel is an analytics platform for the mobile and web, supporting businesses to study consumer behavior.
  • KISSmetrics — Track, analyze and optimize your digital marketing performance. We show you what’s working and what’s not across all campaigns, mobile and web.

Social Media Management/Analytics

  • Sleek — Streamline and turbocharge your social messaging through a single, real-time inbox.
  • ThinkUp — ThinkUp is a self-hosted web-based application that archives your tweets, friends, and followers and uses them to give you some interesting data about the people you follow and those who follow you.
  • Simply Measured — Simply Measured provides social media analytics and measurements for data-driven agencies and brands.
  • Unified Social — Unified provides marketers with powerful insights, content, and advertising tools built on the industry’s most advanced data platform.
  • Sendible — Sendible, a social media marketing platform, allows individuals and businesses to engage with their customers across multiple channels.
  • Hootsuite — Hootsuite is the most widely used platform for managing social media, loved by over 10 million people around the globe.
  • Sprout Social — Sprout Social provides a platform for businesses to manage social media engagement, publishing and analytics.
  • Social Bro — SocialBro provides tools to help users manage and analyze their Twitter community.
  • Sumall — SumAll is online software that guides decision making by connecting all online marketing and e-commerce data into one interactive chart.
  • Buffer — Buffer is a smarter way to share pictures, links or videos on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. Just drop everything worth sharing in your Buffer and it will be posted for you well spaced out over the day, at a better time. It works from anywhere, with lots of app integrations, browser extensions and shortcuts!

Content Marketing

Asset Management


  • BrandfolderBrandfolder is a manageable and shareable online brand profile that contains all of a company’s final brand assets.
  • Box — Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service offering unlimited storage, custom branding, and administrative controls.
  • Dropbox — Dropbox’s mission is to provide a home for everyone’s most important information and bring it to life.
  • Google Photos Storage — All your photos, organized, and easy to find Now that you can find your photos and videos faster, editing and sharing them just got a lot easier. One home for all your photos.



  • GyroscopeA personal website powered by your life.
  • Typepad — TypePad is an online service that enables users to host and publish weblogs and photo albums.
  • Squarespace — Squarespace is a SaaS-based Content Management System (CMS) offering a website builder, blogging platform and hosting service
  • Weebly — Weebly is a consumer service that lets people create a website, blog or online store.
  • Blogger — Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries.
  • Tumblr — Tumblr, a microblogging platform and social networking website, enables users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog.
  • WordPress — is the best place for your personal blog or business site.
  • Ghost — Ghost is an open-source blogging platform that offers users with relevant tools to create their online publications.
  • Medium — is a blog that enables users to share and experience knowledge, ideas and stories. It is a personalized blogging site that allows users to post their writings of more than 140 characters with embedded images. Users ranging from journalists to amateur cooks create, post, leave notes and add recommendations on The site also helps users find their targeted audience with less effort.

Tools for Writers


  • Handwriting.ioReimagining handwriting in a digital age
  • Penflip — Penflip is an online platform that enables users to host, collaborate, and publish writing projects such as textbooks, ebooks, and more.
  • Draft — Draft offers clean saves of drafts instead of the usual autosave jumble, clear version control between multiple users, easy importing from popular file services like Dropbox and Evernote, and something pretty unique — an editing service.
  • Liberio — Liberio is a new platform for simple eBook creation and publishing straight from Google Drive.
  • Daily Page — Daily Page isn’t just for those trying to improve their writing — though it definitely won’t hurt. Daily Page is about engaging your creative side on a regular basis. It’s about clearing your mind and opening it up for new ideas. It’s about personal growth.
  • BlankPage — BlankPage empowers publishers through consulting and technology to securely distribute and monetize their electronic content.
  • Ulysses — Ulysses for Mac lets you focus when you need to concentrate. It keeps all your texts neatly stuffed in its intuitive library. With a few clicks, Ulysses can create beautiful documents from your manuscripts: PDFs, web pages, even iBooks-ready ePubs. With its simple, clutter-free interface, it will turn work hours into fun time. And mere thoughts into powerful stories. If you love to write, and write a lot, Ulysses is made for you.
  • Grammarly — Grammarly offers a tool that corrects contextual spelling mistakes, checks for common grammar errors, and provides citation suggestions.
  • Hemingway App — Hemingway highlights long, complex sentences and common errors; if you see a yellow highlight, shorten the sentence or split it. If you see a red highlight, your sentence is so dense and complicated that your readers will get lost trying to follow its meandering, splitting logic — try editing this sentence to remove the red.
  • Paragraphs — Paragraphs is built for one thing and one thing only: writing. It gives you everything you need to create brilliant prose and does away with the rest.

Content Discovery/Curation

  • PublicateCurate content into beautiful, engaging, branded publications you can embed or share anywhere, in minutes. It’s a content marketer’s secret weapon.
  • Inbound — Inbound Marketing is a community of inbound marketers that share new ideas, events, jobs, and more.
  • Hacker News — Social news website focusing on computer science and entrepreneurship. It is run by Paul Graham’s investment fund and startup incubator, Y Combinator. In general, content that can be submitted is defined as “anything that gratifies one’s intellectual curiosity”
  • Taboola — Taboola is the world’s leading content discovery platform connecting people with content they may like but never knew existed.
  • Outbrain — Outbrain is a content discovery platform providing publishers a service for recommended links to increase traffic and generate revenue.
  • Reddit — A platform for online communities to submit links, create content, and have discussions about whatever interests them.
  • Scoop.It! — helps professionals & businesses discover, curate and publish great content to get visibility online.
  • Nuzzel — Nuzzel provides a social, real-time platform that allows users to see the news that their friends share.
  • Quibb — Quibb lets you share what you’re reading for work. Post newsworthy articles, see what colleagues are reading, and discuss the day’s.
  • CopyBlogger — Copyblogger has been teaching people how to create killer online content. Not bland corporate crap created to fill up a company webpage.Valuable information that attracts attention, drives traffic, and builds your business.

Content Marketing


  • CopifyCopify provides a platform for online marketing professionals to source content from a pool of
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