I often get questions about the tools I use to manage my online business.
As you will see, you will have to pay a monthly fee to use most of them, but it will help you better manage your business. Here are the tools I love to use for my online business.
Asana is a web and mobile application designed to help teams organize, track, and manage your team’s work. I love to have all the tasks in one place so everyone can get access.
Canva is an online design and publishing tool to design anything and publish anywhere. I use Canva for my Facebook cover photos and Instagram posts and create my workbooks.
You can use the FREE version to start. I used the FREE version of Canva for many months before I decided to upgrade to the PRO version.
The Contract Shop provides contract templates and all the legal paperwork you need to run your business well. No expensive attorneys are required. Do you need to hire someone or write a new contract for a client? Just select a template! You pay only for the templates you need…
Quickbooks makes online accounting easy, and you can get support if needed. I love to have access to my invoices and see all the expenses in one place wherever I am (cottage, on vacation, or at a client).
Squarespace is a DIY website builder, blogging platform, and hosting service to help you create a professional website with a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface. I used Squarespace to design my website, and I used it to create templates for my clients.
When I launched my business, I sought FREE resources to help launch and manage my online business. I want to generate a better profit each year, and if I can avoid spending money and have the chance to have FREE tools for some of my IT needs, I’m all in! And more than ever, I believe you can find excellent resources for FREE to help you kickstart your online business journey.
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I’d love to know… which tools are you using to manage your business? I always love to keep this list up-to-date, so if you have suggestions, let me know.