Business Tools To Simplify your Life
Best Business Tools
When it comes to owning a business, you need the right tools. It’s hard to run a business without the right tools, as you probably already know. Owning your own business is something to be proud of, which is why you need to have the very best! One thing you’ll quickly find out about owning a business is that it’s not always easy. You have a million things going at once and if you can find a tool to make your life a lot easier, then you should definitely use it.
Check out the best business tools on the market and why you need them.
- WordPress: I’m a huge fan of WordPress for several reasons. It’s a user friendly interface, you literally log on and from there, you can update your blog, add keywords, and the shebang. It’s pretty awesome. Plus, you are more searchable through Google whenever you use the right keywords and have awesome content displayed on your website.
- Slack: A really cool tool that is becoming more popular is known as slack. It’s a management platform that you can manage your team on. Slack is a great communication tool as well. You can log on and chat with your whole team and chat about various topics without getting confused. It’s definitely a favorite around here.
- PayPal: If you don’t have PayPal, I’m not sure how you’ve made it this far in your business. PayPal is awesome for so many reasons. You can get paid quickly, but you can also invoice your clients from PayPal. It’s also really cool to see your sales and how they’ve escalated (or fallen) since you’ve opened your account.
- Hootsuite: Over the years, this platform has only gotten better and better. It’s a way to manage your social media, without having to be logged in all of the time. You can literally schedule out everything in the morning and then be hands free of social media the rest of the day.
Using these tools to manage your business is a great idea. Many of these tools have free versions, so if you’re a business on a budget, you don’t need to worry about paying a ton of money.
What are your favorite business tool to use?