Screen Sharing and Other Collaboration Tools for the Modern Small Business Owner
If you run your own business (or run someone else’s business), then we don’t have to tell you that time is money. Regardless of what profession you’re in, it is important that you have a go-to set of tools for communication and collaboration with clients, partners, and employees. As a company that prides itself on making life easier for entrepreneurs of all stripes, we’d like to share some of our top picks for must-have tools (like screen sharing) for business owners in 2018.
1. A Website
While this might seem like an obvious one, having a website to advertise your business’ offerings, we just had to put it on this list. The internet is the primary source of information for a large and growing number of people so it is important for any business owner to have a website that they can direct potential customers to in order to learn more about the company’s products and services. And no, thanks to the many free, template-based website builders out there, you don’t have to hire a web designer in order to create a clean, professional-looking website for your business.
2. Screen Sharing
Another handy online tool for modern business owners, screen sharing enables live viewing of documents and software applications on your computer from different devices. If your business depends on remote collaboration or virtual meetings, being able to share your computer screen with others can facilitate presentations and project management.
3. Google Drive
Among the many free and useful online tools offered in Google’s G Suite is Google Drive. A file storing and synchronization service, Drive integrates a word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation-maker all in one and allows allows users to create, upload, download, share and edit files online from anywhere.
More than merely providing a platform for people to post their vacation photos and stalk their exes, social media has increasingly become an important marketing and networking tool for entrepreneurs and job seekers alike. No social media site is utilized more by those seeking talent, employment, or increased exposure for their business than LinkedIn.com. Created specifically for for professional networking and development, LinkedIn allows its more than 500 million worldwide users to maintain a free profile to list professional affiliations and work experiences in addition to the ability to publish content and connect with other users.
5. A Dedicated Conference Line
While emails, text messages, and phone-to-phone calling are essential communication tools for everyone in the modern era, the ability to hold virtual meetings with two or more parties is something that many business owners find themselves in need of from time to time. When the need arises, free conference calls with a dedicated dial-in are there to answer. Whether you need to hold a large international telephone conference call, a private one-on-one video conference, or a web conference screen sharing presentation, it can all be done—and done for free—with your own dedicated conference line.
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