Communication & Meetings
1. Skype: Free voice & video calls
Skype – A Microsoft owned, is the leader in VOIP calling. Skype let you communicate and collaborate with your teams and your clients with agility. It provides you with instant messaging, calls between Skype and landline/mobile phone numbers, and video calling and screen sharing.
2. Slack: A single place for messaging, tools and files
Slack offers team communication for the dynamic business environment. This means gone are the days of group messages blowing up and getting 200 notifications at once, missing messages heading for you, and various groups all intermingled on the same set-up.
Furthermore, Slack channels let you do file-sharing, phone calls, message search and exciting features such as giving employees a “taco” for a job well done.
3. Zoho Projects: Project Management to Excel and Grow
Plan, track, and collaborate using the sophisticated project management tool that places your company on the path to grow, employed by more than a million businesses. Zoho Projects streamline business operations and let you collaborate internally and externally. Get in-depth insights of your projects, keep track of time and fix issues fast. It let you pool all your resources, files and documents at one place and provide ease in access.
4. Asana: Organized and Prioritize Tasks
Plan and structure work as per your business needs. Set priorities and deadlines. Share details and assign tasks to stay in track. Set your goals and deadlines, pinpoint risks, assign responsibilities to the team, follow, track and succeed.
5. Buffer: Scheduling Posts for Social Media
To organize social media activities best approach is to schedule posts ahead of time for your social profiles. You can batch the social media marketing process: Do all your curating and composing all in one go, and then spread those updates out across the next day or week.
6. MailChimp: Create campaigns to Reach Your Audience
MailChimp allows you to reach your potential audience and convert them into buyers. Being a marketer you have lot on the table. You can set up automation, to send out the right thing at the right time. You can create branded email, customized signup forms, Landing pages and much more.
7. Canva: Turn Ideas into Reality by Stunning Design Options
Marketing teams do not always need to depend upon the designers to make magical designs. Canva let you create designs and graphics for your quick requirements by just drag and drop features. It provides you access to over 8,000 templates and millions of photos starting at $1 each. You can access to exclusive 400,000 free photos, illustrations, and templates or upload your own images.
8. PicMonkey: Online Creative Image Editing Tool That Gets Results.
PicMonkey is very easy to use & helps make fun, shareable graphics for blog posts & social media. You can edit photos with a dozen filters and effects and can create business cards, announcements, graphics, logos and ads from the vast template collection available on the platform.
File Sharing & Storage
9. Google Drive & Google Docs: Web-Based Office Software & File Sharing.
Google Drive is a cloud-based file storage system, and it integrates seamlessly with the file sharing & collaboration tools inside Google Docs. Google Docs allows you to collaborate and work with teams in real time and manage your documents online in one place. Drive is free for up to 15 GB of storage.
10. WeTransfer: Share documents with Ease
WeTransfer let you send documents and files up to 20 GB. You can transfer files all around the world to your teams and clients in a few clicks without getting registered.