Today I’m talking about the tech tools our team at Avalanche uses to generate millions in revenue for our clients.
In order to run a 7-figure SEO agency, we have to rely on having great tools and technology to perform our work.
Steal this list of our favorite tech tools.
This is everything we use to turn search engine real estate into revenue.
- ClickUp – For team capacity, project and task management, time tracking, etc.
- Google Docs & Google Sheets – For training documentation on how to complete tasks and manage the delivery of SEO and content.
- Semrush – For researching keywords, high-performing existing content, gathering ideas.
- Google Docs – For writing content templates/briefs of what writers will create in order to add value to search engine users.
- Google Sheets – For organizing website content schedules and strategies.
- Canva – For images and graphics to go along with content.
- Google Search – For researching the content we create.
- Semrush – For performing technical audits, keyword research, gap analysis, backlink analysis, etc.
- Google Search – For researching what the current search engine results tell us about organic visibility.
- Google Search Console – For analyzing and managing search engine visibility for websites.
- Google Business Profile – For managing local search visibility.
- Local Viking – For bulk management of Google Business Profiles.
- Keyword Insights AI – For organizing keyword data to create an SEO-driven content strategy.
- Slickplan – For creating and organizing website sitemaps.
- WordPress – For managing and publishing site content.
- Beaver Builder – For building WordPress websites via templates and ACF.
- Advanced Custom Fields – For creating more manageable custom WordPress sites.
- CPTUI – For creating custom post types in WordPress.
- MarkUp – For collecting and managing feedback on websites.
- Google Data Studio – For generating custom charts and reports for reporting on results from SEO and content.
- Google Analytics – For analyzing website analytics and user behavior.
- Zoom – For virtual meetings.
- Loom – For recording quick videos when a meeting isn’t necessary.
- Slack – For internal team communication.
- HubSpot – For managing our contact database, deal pipeline, and marketing automation.