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Here are some of the best marketing sites on the internet. Each one of these boxes will provide you with more marketing tips, marketing tools and marketing tactics than you could digest in a year. Have at it! And let us know if there are any others you'd like to include.
See what's on the mind of your consumers with Google Hot Trends. This tool tracks the fastest-rising keywords on the net.
Interested in comparing your site's traffic to your competitor's? Then check out Compete.com. They have the largest integrated behavioral online panel of its kind.
Klout sometimes gets a bad rap because it's a site that compares your social media rank with others, but that's not always a bad thing to keep track of. Check it out. What's your score?
Marketo is the world's first integrated solution for social marketing automation and help to streamline those efforts for business.
Should you use TweetDeck or HootSuite? Let us give you the inside scoop -- pick HootSuite, which is constantly being updated and improved (unlike TweetDeck).
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Named on Forbe's list of Most Promising Companies, Act-On is a marketing automation tool geared toward small marketing teams that want to maximize their campaigns.
AgoraPulse is an all-in-one platform that allows you to manage your Facebook page. It's used by McDonald's, Virgin Megastore and other top brands. Check it out!
Hubspot has long been a favorite of ours for inbound marketing. Use Marketing Grader to find out how well you've optimized your website.
Do you have a presentation you're proud of? SlideShare is a great way to share your work with the world. Upload your latest presentation and share your wisdom with others.
Are you ready to supercharge your social media management program? Check out SproutSocial, which is like HootSuite on steroids.