Are you sick and tired for looking for the right tools to help you get on track with your small business? Never fear – help is near. Though these three tools won’t do everything you need, just using them will give you plenty of time to solve other issues in your business so you can move onto bigger and better things.
Google Insight helps out with search terms, plain and simple. If you’re not getting enough traffic, sometimes you’re just not putting the right search terms on your website. Google Insight was invented to help you with that. It helps you find searched terms, and it also tells you how often they’re being searched and from where.
Google Docs is one of the easiest, most intuitive document management systems a small business could use. The free version offers almost five gigs of available space. If you’re afraid of losing important things or you need to share data with someone who lives in a different part of the world, then Google Docs is one of the most helpful tools you could use.
Do large files take forever to transfer for you? Dropbox makes it easy. You get two gigs for free – which is already nice – and this tool makes copying those files incredibly easy. This is one of the world’s first and largest cloud computing websites, and there’s never been a single report of lost data through Dropbox.