25 Payment Tools for Small Businesses, Freelancers and Startups
Love making lists, notes, and jotting down ideas. Trello is basically a super-organized way to store all your lists and thoughts in a beautiful, easy to use format.
Use Evernote like an online notebook. Sometime this means writing out ideas or draft blog posts. Other times, it's used as an extensive clipboard for anything I want to copy and paste repeatedly.
You can store anything in Evernote! Text, pictures, videos, web pages, voice memos -- the list goes on!
Google drive is THE filing cabinet, calendar, and sharing platform, all rolled into one. You probably know about Google Docs and Calendar, but what about "Forms" (great for surveys) or using "Slides" to create pdf workbooks? The possibilities are endless.
When you're just starting out, you might not to be ready to invest in the fanciest options -- that's where Mailchimp comes in! A solid, FREE option, Mailchimp is an excellent choice for beginning bloggers and small online businesses.
A social media management platform, Hootsuite performs three main functions:
1. Allows you to schedule automatic social media posts.
2. Helps you manage social media conversations and interactions.
3. Allows you to track metrics and spot trends.
Convertkit is an email marketing platform for bloggers and content marketers.
If you want to be able to easily send segments of your email list through automated campaigns (funnels or launch sequences), then Convertkit is where it's at.