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Google Trends & Pinterest Trends
The grandfather of all content creation tools, Google’s free trends tool shows you what’s trending today, as well as letting you research topics’ performance over time. Spot patterns, plan ahead, and make sure you’re not missing a trick in the ever-changing news cycle.
This helps you stay on top of the game and react quickly with the right piece of content when a story breaks, otherwise known as newsjacking.
Pinterest’s Trends tool works in a similar way, and throws up a vision board of popular pins alongside the standard graphs. Ideal for thinking outside the box.slide 1 of 2
Trend finding can seem daunting, but if you don’t get a thrill from reactive work, fear not. Trends always have roots, and having a sense of what’s going to take off is just as important as reacting.
“Really loving @explodingtopics as a content inspo source for emerging trends across finance, e-commerce, gaming, media, and other industries.” Brad Michelson, eToro
Its findings are ideal for content creators to hijack and start writing stories about – before everyone else catches on 😏. It’s free, but the pro version starts at $47/mo.
To take your trends to the max, you need to get familiar with the past. Our friends at Brandwatch have a full suite of tools to slice and dice up to ten years of social and consumer conversation data, so you can spot patterns and predict the future. 🔮
Here’s a few ways you can do that:
- Segment and analyze data from a huge range of sources and over one trillion posts
- Use AI to spot insights and narrow down specific trends in the areas you’re interested in, so you can predict what will take off next
- Track and benchmark conversation from leading brands and influencers, or your own competitors, to understand how others engage with and react to trends
- Understand the huge variety of audiences who create and shape trends, and how they communicate
As a content marketer, I find AlsoAsked quite resourceful when doing keyword research for blog posts. You simply need to enter a search term, select a language and region. AlsoAsked gives you a visual map of all related questions it scrapes from Google’s People Also Search section.
Moreover, it can multiply the questions generated in the first results. You can export the results in CSV format with the Lite plan. Otherwise, this tool is free for limited use.
It’s an excellent content tool to sketch out the outline of your content around SEO.
Pricing: Free for 10 searches a month.
AnswerThePublic works in a similar way with AlsoAsked. It is a keyword tool that visualizes search questions and suggested terms. Once you enter a topic, select a location and language, it lists all possible questions around question words like “why, when, what, how, which, etc.”
It gives you results as questions, prepositions, comparisons, alphabetical, and related. You can save the visualization as an image or export it in CSV format.
Pricing: Free to use with limitations. Upgraded plans start at $99/mo.
Semrush Topic Research Tool
SEMrush Topic Research Tool is a great tool to quickly come up with content ideas and plan out your content effectively. You just enter a topic and target location, then it provides you with potential ideas around the main topic.
Moreover, it allows you to enter a domain to find content on.
Pricing: Price plans start from $99.95 per month, but it also comes with SEO, content, social media, and PPC tools.
A social media tools list wouldn’t be complete without Canva. One of the most popular tools for creating social media graphics, Canva allows users to create high-quality images quickly using layouts, templates and design elements.
The free version of the tool is extremely comprehensive, but those who want more can invest €11.99 per month (up to 5 people) or go with pro or enterprise pricing if it’s the best fit for the business. It is free for education and non-profits.
How to Create Beautiful Graphics with Canva:
- Search Canva’s amazing library of templates and choose to use them as-is or to customize for your needs. There is a section dedicated to social media graphics for an array of content formats across platforms.
- Choose your unique elements to make the graphic your own.
- Share your new visual on any social media platform!
Crello’s advantage over Canva is that it offers more than 30,000 free design templates, 180 million photos, 32,000 videos and 15,000 illustrations. You can also design as a team by inviting members (up to 10), animate your designs and choose from a music library. Like Canva, a variety of different image types are offered, including templates specifically for social media. Crello is free for users, with limited usage, and pro plan starts at $9.99 a month.
How to Build Graphics Quickly with Crello:
- Use Crello’s ‘Create’ tab to find a free design template or templates that work for your brand.
- Simply click on a design template you love, and customize it using the Crello editor.
- Save your finished product, and/or share it across your social media sites.
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