Taking a great idea and turning it into a real, functioning, successful business requires quite a bit of work, sweat, and coffee. For running a business on daily schedule where there are documents to be signed, prospects to be called, emails to be sent, and tweets to be posted. Also we never assign a particular assignment for the day.
While finding the right tools to simplify your day-to-day responsibilities a little challenging. For managing a specific task you could hire a bunch of extra hands, if your running a small business. To make the work easiler, here we came up with some of the free tool which anyone can run the business.
Boomerang allows you to schedule messages to be sent or returned at a later date. Write a message now, send it whenever, even if you’re not online. Track messages to make sure you hear back, and schedule reminders right inside Gmail.
Boomerang also helps you to postpone incoming emails, by making them disappear from your inbox into a folder or label, then bringing them back to the top of the message list at the specified time. It helps you keep your inbox clean, without losing track of important messages. Boomerang is also the only reminder service that can alert you if you do not get a reply to a message.
2.) Google Apps
Google Apps is a package of cloud-based productivity services that make it easy for businesses to collaborate in real time. To get started with the free version of Google Apps, you simply need a Gmail address. But if you want to use Google Apps with a business email address (such as email@example.com), you’ll need to pay. Pricing for Google Apps at Work starts at $5 per month.
Dropbox provides businesses with an easy way to share and store photos, videos, documents, spreadsheets, and other files, using both desktop and mobile devices. Eliminating the need for flash drives, Dropbox makes it easy for users to access the information where they need to, when they need to.
“if this, than that,” IFTTT is a productivity tool that employs “recipes” to automate your important online processes. (Essentially, it’s like autopilot for your day-to-day tasks) Running a business requires a lot of hands. Trouble is, your new business budget might not stretch enough to cover new talent. In other words, you’ve got to work with what you’ve got. Recipes link together some of your favorite cloud-based services, and can trigger a specific action based on particular events.
5.) Google Analytics
For small businesses, Google Analytics’ free services aim to simplify the way users view and improve the performance of their websites. Not only does the solution provide you with the means necessary to report on your website’s progress each month, but these insights can also help you better understand your visitors so that you can create a marketing experience that keeps bringing them back.
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