Thanks to the evolving trend and change in technology, you can now work online and manage your businesses from any part of the world. In this post, I have included some of the best online business tools I have used. These tools have been proven to help manage time, money, and resources for better results and successful user outcomes. I’m sure you had found them helpful as well.

1. Google Drive/Doc

Google Drive is the safest place to store all your online files. With Google Drive, you can share your work with anyone and have access to all your documents anywhere on the go. You can also edit the file, limit how the file is shared, chat with others using the same file, and make someone else the owner of the file.
Google Doc helps you bring your boring documents to life with smart editing and styling tools, so you can easily format text and paragraphs. You can easily get your work done with or without an internet connection.

2. Teachable

I love teachable a lot! It’s simple, powerful, beautiful, and one of the best tool out there for making and selling online courses. With teachable, you can teach your audience virtually everything you know, just by sharing knowledge related to your skills and expertise. The most interesting thing is, you get rewarded for doing what you know how to do best. Many thought leaders and digital influencers have proven this to be effective in building online courses and providing a world class learning experience for their audience.

3. Visme

Building links is one of the hardest parts of SEO, but using informative and well-designed images can do wonders for your strategy. These days, with intuitive online visual editors such as Visme, even the most graphically challenged individual can create stunning visuals that are valuable assets.
A fun infographic created by Visme
Visme is an online presentation and infographic tool. It’s one easy tool to help visualize your ideas and create engaging and interactive presentations. I have personally found it to be very useful at work, it’s free and simple to use.

To know how to use images to build links with Visme, you may wish to check out this visual guide from a digital marketer.

4. Canva

This is one of my favorite online tool as a blogger, it’s free, convenient, and super easy to use. I make use of it all the time. Canva is a graphic design tool, it gives you a blank canvas to edit, save, and customize as necessary. You can also make use of their amazing design templates to create beautiful logos, presentations, covers, banners, flyers, invitation cards, social media graphics, etc.

5. Buffer

Many times, I have found myself wasting a lot of time on social media in a bid to post something or manage my social media accounts all in one place. But ever since I started using buffer, everything has been made easier. Buffer is a software application for the web and mobile that saves you time and makes it easy for you to manage your business social media accounts. It lets you schedule your posts, analyze, and track performance on all your accounts. It’s been trusted by brands, businesses, agencies, marketing teams, individuals, and influencers.

6. Mailchimp

Looking for a fun way of sending out newsletter with beautiful designs and simple user interface? Then mailchimp is for you. Mailchimp is an email marketing automation platform for SMEs. It lets you manage your subscribers and track campaigns performance. You can create good looking opt-in form from it, sell stuff, communicate with your subscribers, and grow your online business.

7. Skype

Every business or organization makes use of this telecommunication application software. It offers free and affordable online face to face calls, messaging, international calling, video chats, and voice calls between computers, tablets, and mobile devices. It can be used as a video conferencing app for clients, partners, team member, and contractors. Another alternative is Slack for a better collaborative work. It’s a messaging app for startups and team members around the world. It’s perfect for project works and group collaborations.
What’s missing from the list? What are your favorite online business tools? We love to read your thoughts and views. Kindly leave us a comment below.