What tools do you use to get your online marketing work done?Can you do all the same work of a digital marketer, and do it for free?The list of tools you use—often referred to as a marketing stack—probably covers a variety of different uses and needs, everything from social media marketing to content to emailand lots more.Is it possible to have all these great tools without paying a cent?It was a fun challenge to come up with a way to build a $0 marketing stack, to find free alternatives to popular paid tools and services. I’m grateful for all the amazing companies out there that offer such value for so little. Here’s the list I came up with for free alternatives to paid tools. I’d love to know what you think!...
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