In honor of Throwback Thursday, I want to share new tools and methods to help marketers I discovered since my last article.

First of all, I know I've been absent for a while, but I've been busy trying to help marketers on YouTube by growing my YouTube Channel. I encourage you to check it out if you prefer learning by watching:

Here are my recent social media marketing discoveries:


You need to get people's attention so as they scroll, your account catches their eye. What better way to do this than with unusual font styles? Halloween is coming up. Use cursed font to stop their eye as they scroll.


I am so happy I have been able to grow my Twitter following and get off the plateau I was stuck on. Here's how I did it. I discovered Twiends, a free Twitter growth service. Read my Twiends review and grow your Twitter account:


Did you know you can download free images and videos from Pinterest? The downloader methods even come with a way to cite source credit. However, if you want to use the free Pinterest video downloader, you need a 3rd party tool. here's a guide:


I interviewed social media marketing experts about the pros and cons of Snapchat. I shared my findings in blog post form and video form. The consensus: Snapchat is not a good place for marketers to experience success. Here is the Snapchat review.


To catch the crowd's attention on YouTube, you need a good video editor. Why not try the Splice app? Splice is free to use and easy. Also, the music library is great. Here is a review:


Discord is a place mostly populated by gamers. Gaming took off in 2020 during lockdown. Learn about the difference between game design vs game development:

Wrapping Up
In closing, this overview of free social media tools and methods helps you market effectively on six social media sites.

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Author's Bio: 

Janice Wald is the founder of She is an ebook author, blogger, blogging coach, blogging judge, freelance writer, and speaker. She was nominated as the 2021 and 2019 Best Internet Marketer by the Infinity Blog Awards and in 2017 as the Most Informative Blogger by the London Bloggers Bash. She’s been featured on Small Business Trends, the Huffington Post, and Lifehack.