Online Business Tools – My Favorites + Links

In order to successfully build and grow a sustainable business, it’s important to stay organized and productive. As business owners, we use a LOT of online business tools to help us accomplish this. 

I believe It’s always a great idea to revisit your list of online business tools and software to see if there are ways to improve your processes and cancel any subscriptions you no longer need. Today, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite online business tools with you.

WordPress

This is the website building platform I use for my own website as well as for my digital marketing clients. If you plan to build your own website though, you migh prefer to use the easy-to-use DIY website builder I mention in this article. (The link will open in a new tab so you can continue reading this article first.)

Dubsado

This is the client relationship management (CRM) tool I use to schedule appointments, send invoices, and automate my client onboarding process. If you’d like an overview on how I use Dubsado, you can check out the videos I posted in my Facebook group,

Google WorkSpace

I use Google Workspace (formerly known as GSuite) for my professional email address, document creation, file storage, and 1:1 client meetings. This online tool has allowed me to cancel my subscriptions with Microsoft Office, DropBox, and Zoom. You can leran more about why I recommend it here.

Loom

This is the free screen and video record software I use for quick, one-off video tutorials for clients.

MailChimp

This is the email marketing platform I use to send out my monthly(ish) newsletters. While the free version is great, I recently upgraded to a paid plan so I can create automated email sequences. If you’ve downloaded any of my free guides such as the 5 Step Winning Website Guide, you’ll know how this works. 🙂

Zapier

This is the automation tool I use to connect my most used apps together. For example, connecting MailChimp to Google Sheets to automatically add new email subscribers to a spreadsheet.

LastPass

This is the password management tool I use and recommend to my clients. This allows clients to easily and securely share any required login credentials with me during the onboarding process. For short term client projects, I use this password sharing alternative since it doesn’t require my clients to create an account.

I hope you find this information helpful!

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