Top 9 Resources and Tools

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Here is a list of our top 9 resources and tools! Feel free to follow the links below to each resource, or download the interactive PDF.

  1. Doodle
    • Doodle is a smart assistant that can simplify scheduling events, like meetings, dinner with friends, reunions, weekend trips and more! It’s free and doesn’t require registration. It works with your calendar and helps you avoid scheduling conflicts. Your colleagues and friends will love you for using this awesome tool.
    • Click here to visit>> http://doodle.com/ 
  2. Adobe Color
    • Get creative with Adobe Color! Use this tool for color palette inspiration. Browse through hundreds of colors, pick themes and download them to your files. If you don’t know what you want ’til you see it, this can be a great tool to envision endless combinations. From graphics to decorating, it’s fun and easy!
    • Click here to visit>> https://color.adobe.com/explore/newest/
  3. AdWeek &
  4. Mashable
    • Want to keep up with the latest trends and news? Select your areas of interests on AdWeek or Mashable. From SEO, social media, advertising and branding to the latest technology, these sites have you covered for curated content that can save countless hours.
    • Click here to visit>> http://www.adweek.com/ 
    • Click here to visit>> http://mashable.com/
  5. Rignite
    • Talk about a tool that takes the place of your social to-do lists! Rignite helps schedule daily social posts in advance. When you plan your content calendar ahead, this tool helps you adjust your plan as your focus changes, as it undoubtedly will. User friendly and flexible! Yes, you pay for it, but social media is really not free.
    • Click here to visit>> http://www.rignite.com/ 
  6. IAB
    • IAB can help you navigate your way through the digital landscape. Stay current with industry standards, guidelines and best practices for digital advertising. IAB has just about anything you need to know in this field.
    • Click here to visit>> http://www.iab.com/guidelines/
  7. HubSpot
    • Where to begin with this one! HubSpot is the source for in-depth knowledge about Inbound Marketing. Haven’t heard of inbound? Well, you’re in luck! Check out their Marketing Blog for frequently-updated information. There are other areas of content, such as sales techniques, both digital and in-person, that are most useful.
    • Click here to visit>> http://blog.hubspot.com/
  8. BuiltWith
    • Have you ever stumbled across a business website that just blew you away with great functionality? Maybe it was custom coded, or maybe it was built with a user friendly template. With this tool you can find out immediately. BuiltWith can also reveal whether the site contains a content management system, and what framework, widgets and analytics are being used.
    • Click to visit>> http://builtwith.com/ 
  9. Picmonkey
    • Picmonkey is like Photoshop for rookies and it can make photo editing fun! Use filters, touch up images, remove blemishes, make a collage, all with a few clicks of a mouse. It’s simple, but it can get the job done if you’re not a Photoshop expert.
    • Click here to visit>> https://www.picmonkey.com/

 

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