Choosing the right tools for your business can sometimes feel overwhelming. There are simply way too many tools available online.
You try one tool only to find out that it was not worth the time. You spend countless hours trying to find the perfect one, but you can't find it. I've been there, I've tried way too many tools - but few of them have actually stuck with me until this day!
Today, I would like to share with you six tools that help me make money online and that I use almost every day now.
Let’s dive in.
1. Documentation - Tango
Tango captures your workflow and creates how-to guides in seconds. Catch up on your documentation, cut down on meetings and interruptions, and save hours every week.
Available on desktop and Chrome extension: https://tango.us
2. Management - Notion
Notion is a tool that integrates all of your everyday needs into a single platform, creating an all-in-one workspace. It has a free unlimited plan for personal use, and a 1k block free plan for businesses.
Available on website, desktop and mobile: https://notion.so
3. Website - Webflow
Webflow allows you to build fully functional websites without writing any code. I use it for my own business websites. The platform offers a free starter plan that you can use at the beginning.
Available on website: https://webflow.com
4. Design - Figma
Figma is my favorite design tool, I use it for everything - from designing social media posts to designing product mockups. Figma has free plan, making it accessible to designers of all skill levels.
Available on website and desktop: https://figma.com
5. Emails - MailerLite
MailerLite is a great tool for sending newsletters. I use it to set up my email automations, signup forms, popups, and many more. If you're just starting out on your email marketing journey and looking to build your first 1000 email subscribers, MailerLite is a great option as it offers a free plan.
Available on website and mobile: https://mailerlite.com
6. Payments - Gumroad
Gumroad is an excellent option for starting your digital business, as it makes it easy to sell and distribute digital products such as ebooks, courses, and software without the need for a complex e-commerce platform.
Available on website and mobile: https://gumroad.com
7. Social Media - TypeFully
Typefully is the only social media scheduling tool I enjoy using. It has a beautiful design and is really easy to use. I couldn't imagine my growth on Twitter and LinkedIn without it. It's just too good. It also has a nice set of features, such as reposting, autoplugs, analytics, and more.
Available on desktop, website and mobile: https://typefully.com
8. Assistant - ChatGPT
ChatGPT is the tool I didn't know I needed. I use it as my personal assistant. If I have doubts, I ask ChatGPT. If I need to perform some data tasks, I ask ChatGPT. It's literally a game changer, even when you want to fix your grammar while writing a long newsletter.
Available on website and mobile: https://chat.openai.com
A good tool is one that actually gives your business a return on investment (ROI). It doesn't matter how many people are using it; if it's not the best fit for you, just ignore it and search for what works best for you. Most of these tools I mentioned have free plans, so go ahead and give them a try. Maybe a few of them will be useful and help you and your business.
That's all for now. I hope you found these tools helpful.