These are the tools that run my businesses
E-Mail Marketing / Marketing Automation
Active Campaign - I can only give it a recommendation. I have already tested many tools and with this one you simply have everything you need.
Landing Page Builder
Thrive Architect - Landed with it after Leadpages, OptimizePress and tens of other tools and for me personally simply the best choice, in terms of price / performance ratio.
Lead Opt-Ins / Segmentation
Thrive Leads - Solid and integrates well with Thrive Architect. Has everything you need and is easy to use.
Convertbox - Biggest Bang for the Buck EVER. Segmentation on the website for improved marketing. For me incomprehensible why the part has not yet greater awareness.
Everwebinar - Running automated webinars? This is the thing for it.
Demio - So far the best integration with ActiveCampaign and also otherwise very very good usability compared to the rest. Evergreen function but so far always far behind Everwebinar. Live but ahead of WebinarJam.
Thrivecart - Does the lifetime license still exist or is it already gone? Either way. Good usability. Good product roadmap. Cool tool
Woocommerce - Once put on also super to use. Initial but a good "Pain in the Ass". Thrivecart is already more comfortable. For maximum customization but to recommend.
Stripe - Internationally everything you need. Add Paypal on top and you are done
Slack - Reduces email traffic and makes communication simple and straightforward
Zoom - Makes 1:1 or 1:n consultations smooth and enjoyable for all involved
Asana - Project management and to-do list. After Trello, Wunderlist and the like, now my favorite even for the private shopping list.
Google Analytics - Website tracking, conversion rates and campaign performance in terms of revenue. #musthave
Hotjar - Scroll evaluation + user feedback. Quite useful from time to time
Good ol Excel Sheets - Most of the time enough to get the data and information you want
Zapier - No Comment. Zapped once, never stopped again.
Google Tag Manager - Maybe a bit complicated "on the outside" but nice features "on the inside".
Have I forgotten anything?
Do you have any tips on how I can add to my tech stack?
Let me know!
Daniel "sometimes nerdy" Wulf