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These days, with innovative technology at our fingertips, the challenges of becoming an entrepreneur aren’t nearly as difficult as they used to be. Saavy Sugar offers a list of six helpful web tools that can be used to get your business up and running. For those of you who’ve already established a business but feel it could use a bit more work, these tools would be good for you as well.
The first tool on the list is BookFresh. This online scheduling website will allow your customers to make appointments and payments online, which is much easier for you and them. With BookFresh you will also be able to keep records of client history, sync your calendar and create customized client emails.
Next on the list is FreshBooks. Although the name may sound similar to the first tool, its function is completely different. Freshbooks will assist you with invoices and record-keeping. This will allow you to efficiently organize and manage as well as create professional invoices.
For orders that aren’t made online, get Square. This is a great little tool that is much lighter than the traditional credit card processing machine. You plug a small attachment into your phone and you are able to charge your customers’ credit cards. Plus you won’t have to worry about paper receipts.
With your scheduling and invoices in order, you’ll also want to pass out some great business cards to your satisfied customers. Moo allows you to create unique business cards for your unique business, and you can even use a different image for each card in your order.
Let Dropbox take care of your multimedia needs. This web tool will allow you to store photos, videos and documents online and saves you space on your computer. It also makes it easier to share files and is accessibility worldwide even when you’re not online.
The last tool in the list is SurveyMonkey. Once you’ve completed a service it’s good to get a little bit of feedback on how you did, and SurveyMoney is a great tool to do so.
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