Being a productive business is essential if you’re planning on staying in the market long-term and it’s especially important if you’re a small company or start-up that’s still finding its way through the first few years of trading. To help you and your staff stay productive, we’ve compiled a list of the top five tools to help you track your day-to-day progress.
This free graphic design tool is a brilliant design tool for those that aren’t actually graphic designers! Crello helps you create posts for social media, for presentations, as well as video posts through its free design templates and quirky visuals.
A great tool if you need team members to be working simultaneously on the same project at the same time. From messaging and file sharing to pin boards and note books, Fleep let’s teams plan and execute ideas without having to sign in and out separately.
This handy tool offers users a 14-day free trial and is useful for senior managers wanting to ensure staff are spending their working day productively. This is essentially a time tracking application that has desktop and mobile versions and a chrome app. If you need to make teams accountable for their working hours or simply want to make sure you’re not being distracted from important tasks, Time Doctor lets you set up alerts to keep you on the road to productivity. The software also reminds users to stop tracking their time if they visit a website that may not be work related (like Facebook). And it doesn’t monitor anything on someone’s computer when they’re on a break or when they’re not working, so there’s no need to worry about privacy.
PicMonkey is a photo editing and design software tool. It allows you to create and style collages and is a useful platform for those into visual and creative communication. From social media posts to cover photos and adverts, PicMonkey will help you create the lot!
From creating perfectly-timed emails to producing customer newsletters, GetResponse allows you to free up your marketing team from all the mundane tasks that take up time allowing them to focus on bigger tasks.
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