If you’ve been following the site for a while, you know that I’ve been a MailChimp user since … well, since the very beginning of my online adventure. Over time, though, things have started to get difficult. I mean, MailChimp is still cool and all, but sending my emails for free has become rather troublesome. Here’s the entire story.
I’ve been doing some research lately, trying to find non-obvious marketing tactics and see how I can apply them to my business. Compiling this post took a lot of work, but I’m happy to finally share it with you today. The ideas themselves are something I’ve stolen from the likes of Neil Patel, Forbes magazine, Jeremy Clarkson, John Jantsch, and a bunch of other people.
A productivity tool does come handy. That’s for sure. But which one to use? This is the question we’ll answer today. Let’s have a look at all 5 tools, their strong and weak sides, their purpose, their level of simplicity, their ease of use, their feature-richness, their GTD-friendliness, and their (assumed) target group of users.