Tips for all businessman "Our Top Tools List You Can Use To Help Your Business and Followers Grow"
The one thing we don’t want to do is overwhelm you with a list of 200 tools! We’ve seen those lists; we know how time-sucking it is to have to explore them all.
This short list are just the tools we use almost every day for our own social media marketing and management clients.
You absolutely need to have a calendar system to keep all your tasks organized. You can use any calendar system that works for you, but if you haven’t landed on one yet, use Google Calendar.
GOOGLE DRIVE: GOOGLE DOCS/SPREADSHEETS/FORMS/SLIDES
The convenience of being able to edit one document at the same time, or to share a spreadsheet with live dynamic updating from you, or to build a form that allows you to vet potential new clients, or to create presentations that end up in promotional videos -- all of this can be done using the Googleverse. We are big fans of this entire suite of free services.
Canva seems to be made for those of us who are not trained in graphic design. If you use your own images and the free fonts and backgrounds they provide, Canva is a free service. You only pay a little bit (currently $1) for images you end up using from their stock images and backgrounds. The Canva PRO account gives you more features and is well worth it if you are using Canva everyday.
MailChimp is the world’s largest marketing automation platform. It’s like a second brain that helps millions of customers—from small e-commerce shops to big online retailers—find their audience, engage their customers, and build their brand.
You absolutely need to have Dropbox or Google Drive or some type of online file storage system that you have the option to share with a client. We both use Drive and Dropbox everyday with our clients.Dropbox account is pretty standard now for social media managers and their clients.
Social media management software for growing businesses and agencies.
Manage multiple social channels, schedule unlimited posts, monitor keywords, and collaborate with your team—all from a single dashboard.
Asana is one of my favorite tools for managing projects. You can share tasks and keep track of your progress towards a goal. You can break your projects down and give access to different team members. You can also upload documents and have conversations about each task or project so you don’t lose the conversation in email later.
Salesforce is your business' command centre in the form of a customer relationship platform (CRM ). Our solutions work together to manage your sales, marketing, customer service, and more in one central location. We built our platform with our customers and yours in mind, meaning it’s intuitive, personalised, and built to grow with your business.
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