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Mailchimp free website builder

Mailchimp, known as an email marketing platform expanded into other marketing offerings for small businesses. They introduced a new website-building platform.

While the company already hosts basic landing pages visitors can click to from an email marketing campaign, the new website builder, launched in a beta version offers simple templates that businesses can use to build sites without coding skills needed. Business only needs domain name registration or can use generic name bussinessname.mailchimpsites.com to Create and host their website for free.

From now on users can reach clients and realize their marketing campaigns on the same platform, new  website builder  integrates with emails, landing pages, signup forms, social posts and ads.

5 add-on for Google Chrome that can help you for sure

“Check My Links”

The free Check My Links allows you to “comb through” all the links in the text you have published, or you just want to publish. After you install this Google Chrome plugin and open the page you want to check, click on Check My Links icon, and in the special window you will see all the links – those which are not ok are red, those who are problematic are yellow, and links with Where all is well are green. This way, you’ll know if you’ve linked something right or not.

Momentum

The Momentum is also a free add-on for Google Chrome that works by the principle “to do” list. Each time you open Chrome, the Momentum will ask you what is your main task (focus) for that day, which means that the point of this plugin is to guide you through your obligations and help you to skip anything or forget it. When you’ve finished all of the tasks you typed, just wait for them as ready or clear them. Useful, isn’t it?

“Grammarly”

If you are working in English, this add-on to Google Chrome is all you ever wanted to have! 🙂 guess, thanks to him you can say goodbye to grammatical errors both in blogs and on social media announcements, because Grammarly will correct you! And yes, it’s free!

“Discoverly”

With this free add-on, you’ll be able to discover all of your social media profiles (and common connections) to the person you’re interested in, and you might want to connect to. Given that Discoverly “cooperates” with Gmail, the same boxing will appear when you click an email.

“GYPHY”

You must know about GYPHY, only you might not know it was a Google Chrome add-on. Thanks to it, you can easily add a gif wherever you want.