Ready. Set. Grow your business with these easy to use online tools.
You will need business cards, and there’s no reason for them to be boring and flimsy. Moo‘s are high-quality, and you can choose from various templates to find the one that suits your business. (Price varies depending on order.)
There are a slew of free conference call companies out there, but UberConference has one stellar feature: It automatically records the session, so you’ll have meeting notes when you hang up. (Free)
For the design-challenged, this site makes it easy for you to produce eye-catching flyers and brochures and marketing materials for social media. Try it here. (Free)
Every freelancer needs a digital portfolio. And Squarespace can help you design a slick site without having to write a line of code. Upload examples of your work and client testimonials to attract new business. ($12/month)
Verbal agreements can quickly become dicey after work is delivered. Protect yourself with a written, signed agreement. At DocuSign, you can create simple contracts that can be executed online. No snail mail, no faxing. ($10/month)
Even if you have an accountant to file your taxes, you’ll still need to get a handle on your expenses, invoices and income each month. Quickbooks provides easy accounting software so you know exactly where your money is going. ($10/month)