Top 10 productivity tools for startups and entrepreneurs

Filed by twago community on July 18, 2017

Vaibhav Pansambal

is working as a business analyst in Prometteur Solutions Pvt Ltd. The main task of him is to communicate with client & development team to ensure that both are on the same page. Idea behind this article is to improve productivity of organization overall.

Trello – Team based project management

It helps you collaborate on projects from beginning to end. It makes your team stay organised. With column-based layout on a centralised board you can assign tasks, prioritise to-dos, label cards and add due dates. It helped us to track all our tasks and manage everything at one place.

PowToon – Amazing animated videos

Next time you launch a new product don’t waste your money by hiring someone to make videos for you. Make it yourself. With amazing templates, Powtoon helps you to make best-animated explainer videos or presentations. Here is the link of a video I created.

Hunter – Contact Anyone

As Truecaller is for Contact Numbers, Hunter.io is for E-mails. Many people struggle in finding contacts to reach out clients. Hunter.io can help you find your client e-mails. Their google chrome extension is even integrated with LinkedIn, making it easier to know client e-mail address to connect.I tried extension with LinkedIn and was amazing.

Surveymonkey – Know your customers

Every business like to know what their customers think of their product. SurveyMonkey can help you with that. It is an easy-to-use tool that helps you design, create, collect and analyse surveys.

Grammarly

Never make a grammatical mistake again! Install the Grammarly plugin in your browser and it will magically show you your spelling and grammatical mistakes.

Canva

It’s an easy-to-use online graphic designing tool. You can build a logo, poster, or social media post in under a minute.

Google Analytics

Analyse your visitor behaviour through Google Analytics. Track your website’s bounce and retention rate, and create custom goals. You can even know the gender, age, and location of the visitor.

Mailchimp

Send newsletters and build your email list with MailChimp. You can send 12,000 emails to 2,000 subscribers for free.Building a newsletter is easy with existing templates.

Meetup

Meetup is an online social networking portal that facilitates offline group meetings in various localities around the world. It can help you meet your fellow entrepreneurs in your region/industry and get a better understanding of the market.

Pixlr

Pixlr is a cloud-based set of image tools and utilities, including a number of photo editors.

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  1. Nandini says:

    For productivity, I’d like to suggest ProofHub here. It is an project management and collaboration tool that help you to plan, collaborate, organize and deliver your projects on time. From effortless task management to integration options, ProofHub offers it all – features for project management time tracking, chats, discussion boards, and team calendars for staying aligned, Gantt charts that make project progress graphic at all times, fast reporting system, notes for attaching, storing and sharing valuable content, project logs for managers to stay on top of every detail, in-app notifications for deadlines that shouldn’t be missed, and more.

  2. Daren Lee says:

    These are the perfect tools for every startup. Canva is my personal favorite. Thanks for sharing it.

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