Top 7 Free Online Tools to Help Your Business Grow in 2017

Individuals who have never started a business will never fully be able to understand how much work and time entrepreneurs have to invest into starting and growing a business. The tasks involved can keep an entrepreneur busy 24 hours a day if they let it. Fortunately, there are many free online tools now that can help entrepreneurs get and keep their businesses running.
  1. Evernote

With Evernote you can work towards organizing your professional life and your personal life, while also reducing the amount of paper you have to deal with. You are able to type in notes, save web content or upload images into personalized files that are then saved on the cloud. You can add the app to your devices and also access it from any computer. The search bar tool helps save you time by reducing the amount of time that you spend looking for documents and handwritten notes.
  1. Launchrock

If you are still in the process of having a website created for your business Lauchrock helps you not lose out on potential customers. It creates a landing page for your website that lets people know that your site will be “launching soon”. They can also provide their email to be added to your email list.
  1. Google Analytics

Real estate entrepreneurs who have a website, and it should be each and every one of them, should be monitoring the site with Google Analytics. It allows you to see the details of who is visiting your website and what they are doing when they are there. You are able to track how long people are staying on your site, what they are looking at, and even how they got to your site in the first place. Their website provides you with full details, but you can also use it to view quick stats from your WordPress dashboard.
  1. SurveyMonkey

This tool allows you to quickly and easily create surveys that you can email to your customers or put on social media. You can track results as they come in and SuveryMonkey analyzes the responses for you.
  1. Slack

This messaging app allows you to easily communicate with your team. You can keep all your work related messages in one place, while also sharing images and files.
  1. Dropbox

With 2GB of available space, you can use Dropbox to store your files on the cloud to make them easily accessible from anywhere. It also allows you to share and collaborate on your files with others.
  1. Trello

Easily organize all of your projects with the use of Trello. You can put your projects on cards, leave comments and delegate items to others on your team as well. If you are an entrepreneur, make 2017 the year that you start running your business, instead of allowing your business to run you. Utilize these free online tools to help organize your business, communicate with your team, and provide your customers with what they want. There tends to be a learning curve with all new tools, so give yourself some time to figure out how to make it work the best for you and your business.
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