Choosing the right tools from the start is a crucial step toward making your business succeed.
With thousands of apps available, it’s hard to figure out which ones are the best for your business.
So I compiled the 105 best tools to get your business off the ground this year.
The focus here is on free and cheap tools that give you lots of bang for your buck. I also gave extra points to ones that are easy to setup and start using immediately.
CEO, This Is Growth
Aaron Saari is a writer, speaker, and marketing consultant who has helped over 20 startups and small businesses grow through a combination of automation, digital marketing, and strategic storytelling.
He creates custom, automated operations and marketing systems that minimize time, human, and financial expenses while maximizing marketing reach and sales volume.
He’s also a West Point grad and was an Army officer with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan in a former life.
On behalf of The Mission, Aaron compiled the above rock-solid, comprehensive list.
The tools & vendors are top-notch. I’ve got either an opinion and/or personal experience with over 50% of them. After 15-years working full-time online, I’d better know a thang or two about shiny-object-syndrome and how it can negatively affect your bottom-line (a ‘tools list,’ without guidance or strategic inquiry, can do that).
So, if you’re into e-business in any way, shape or form (and you’re a paid-up M4i member), let me know if you’d like me to drop in some training, views, and my experience with aspects of the list. I’ll put a few screencast show ‘n tell videos on the ETC area of M4 Insider.
You can comment on this post (below) or, if you wish, send me a private note (here).
If there’s enough interest, I may even include a group / member meeting that can help you cut the learning curve on WHAT to use, even WHY you should NOT be using certain tools (dependent upon your business model and current needs.
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