Use These Tools to Kick Start Your New Business
Monday Tips is a short list of the best finds across the internet to start your week off right.
Today I have some tools to help entrepreneurs get off to a growing start with their new business. Here’s four links with tips and tricks to kick start your Monday.
Starting a business or solo venture can be an uphill climb. By using the right resources you can accelerate the process and attract interested clients and investors. There are several ways to make your startup process a lot easier, even on a small budget. Do you need to get a better launch going for your business? Take advantage of these tools for entrepreneurs, and let me know how these work for you!
1) Prepare for meetings – Charlie
Sometimes you can’t afford to hire a personal assistant in the beginning stages of your business. Charlie is a smart app that will help you keep track of your important meetings and make announcement to the attendees. This intuitive tool will pull information from content sources like LinkedIn and Twitter and provide insights to those you are connecting with. This simple app can help your business build better relationships and close deals faster.
2) Create the best possible email message – Yesware
Do you need to improve your email communication with better insights? Yesware provides powerful analytics, and templates that help you and/or your team to create targeted emails to your potential clients. Easily collaborate with other team members, and find out who is clicking on and opening your messages and attachments. You can even place a call right from your inbox.
3) Discover the latest products in your industry – Product Hunt
It’s easy to get lost in a lot of information online about the latest products in your niche. Product Hunt features an easy to access platform that allows you to see the most recent trends. The website is frequently updated, and can be also helpful in curating content on your blog.
4) Automate your tasks – IFTTT
If you and your team are managing several different tasks on separate apps then you will love this free tool. IFTTT is a way to combine, organize and schedule your marketing and business productivity all from one place. This resource is especially useful with Evernote, Facebook, Twitter, Pocket, and more.
Hopefully you will find these tools for entrepreneurs useful to your brand or business. Are there any that you would like to add as well?
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