No-Code apps are being widely accepted by marketers as they make marketing more independent. Check out the top 7 Low Code or No-Code Apps for Marketing
Traditional software development depends upon coding knowledge that only professional developers have. So it is completely normal to think that developing an application is like trying to decipher the Da Vinci Code.
But what if you are just a regular creative person who wishes to develop their own app?
The answer is no-code apps.
Low-code and No-code development platforms have started ruling the coding industry today. According to the estimates in this Forrester report, by 2021, the global low or no-code business will grow to $21.2 billion.
No-code platforms are a type of tool that levels the playing field for all individuals. Making it possible for independent creative enthusiasts like artists and entrepreneurs to build things they could have only dreamed of in the past.
Today, we at Martech cube will be discussing the most popular no-code apps in marketing.
What is a No-Code app?
As the name says, no-code application development is a method of developing apps without writing codes. This is made possible by no-code platforms that empower developers to drag-and-drop pre-configured blocks to build advanced, enterprise-grade applications.
Benefits of No Code Apps
Top 7 No-Code Marketing Apps You Must Have in Your Martech Stack
 Canva
Canva is a platform that allows you to design and create almost anything and everything with easy-to-use, intuitive tools. There are thousands of customizable templates to begin from, colors to choose from, fonts to use, and it integrates with much other software such as HubSpot, which makes it easy for creators to publish their creations online.
 Shopify
Create a digital storefront with Shopify and its simple but efficient e-commerce platform that you can integrate with hundreds of other applications to build an effective store. Automate your process of checkout, stock, carts, and develop a highly presentable store page that is very easy to build and easy to utilize as well.
HubSpot
What might be the ultimate no-code tool, HubSpot is an all-in-one marketing platform that helps marketers in building and optimizing websites, manage contacts, run blogs, and see all the data that makes it tick. It might sound overwhelming, but the Hubspot Academy provides everything you need to get started and become an expert.
 CallRail
From voice calls to tracking, CallRail is an automation tool that enables you in tracking phone call leads from digital and offline sources. In addition to managing leads in their Lead Center, CallRail has every tool you require to optimize and automate your marketing through the phone. The CallRail when integrated with Hubspot helps you in understanding the original source of leads coming from phone calls.
 Monday.com
Keeping multiple projects among multiple team members well organized is not an easy task. So, we turn to apps such as Monday to help assign tasks, track progress, keep records, communicate, etc. Monday.com offers everything you need to do exactly that while providing a sleek interface. This project management tool also has plenty of automation features that empower you to create tasks, set up alerts, assign tasks, track progress, and organize.
Slack
Communication is how Slack made itself a well-known name and providing easy communication is the reason why it is on this list. Slack allows you to connect not only with your team, but also with your clients, your friends, your peers, and many more. Also, it is capable of integrating with many software such as Zoom, Google Drive, HubSpot, Microsoft Office, etc.
Coda
Re-thinking online documents have helped Coda in becoming a popular choice among writers, marketers, and many others. Coda is essentially a hybrid software that incorporates the features of collaborative digital documents such as those on Google with the organization and team or task management of Monday or Airtable. With Coda, you can have all of your information in one place and finally close all the Google Doc tabs!
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Aashish Yadav
Content Writer, Martech Cube
Aashish is currently a Content writer at Martech Cube. He is an enthusiastic and avid writer. His key region of interests include covering different aspects of technology and mixing them up with layman ideologies to pan out an interesting take. His main area of interests range from medical journals to marketing arena.


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