9 Things Marketers Should Be Thankful For: A Cornucopia of Tools and Resources — Emily Bezak Writes

Emily Bezak Writes
4 min readNov 24, 2020

Since work is such a big part of life, it’s important to have tools and resources to make your job easier-especially in the marketing world, where technology changes so rapidly. That’s why we’ve put together this blog post. Hopefully, it helps make your life a little easier and gives you some marketing tools to be thankful for.

9 Things to Help Your Marketing Knowledge and Efforts

Here’s a list of some marketing tools and resources you’ll want to have up your sleeve.

1. The Daily Carnage

If you’re a marketer in the Pittsburgh region, chances are you’ve heard of The Daily Carnage e-newsletter from local Pittsburgh agency Carney.

If you haven’t, you’re missing out on fun little marketing snippets delivered to your inbox every weekday. The humorous, quirky voice of these emails make them feel approachable and human, like you’re learning marketing tips from a trusted colleague. As a bonus, each email ends in a quaint throwback ad.

The Daily Carnage goes beyond its e-newsletter, though. Check out their Facebook group to discuss marketing, advertising and social media with marketers from around the country.

2. Facebook Blueprint

Whether you love Facebook or you just can’t stand it anymore, you can’t deny the power of Facebook ads and Facebook’s tools for businesses.

When it comes to marketing your brand on Facebook (and Facebook-owned Instagram), Facebook Blueprint is immensely helpful. This series of learning modules make it easy (and free) to learn effective marketing strategies, and you’ll be quizzed on your knowledge after learning each concept.

3. Twitter Flight School

Want to step up your Twitter game? Soar to new heights with Twitter Flight School, a free series of courses where you’ll learn the ins and outs of advertising on Twitter. Like Facebook Blueprint, you’re given the opportunity to test your knowledge as you learn it.

4. Snap Focus: Snapchat Advertising Essentials



Emily Bezak Writes

Pittsburgh based freelance writer. And I write compelling marketing content for companies and startups with big growth goals.