From simple to-do list apps to the cloud, we all use tools to organize and streamline our busy lives. Let's build the best list ever!
The Evernote family of products help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use.
great for managing multiple social media platforms and accounts
Put the internet to work for you.
Buffer makes it super easy to share any page you're reading. Keep your Buffer topped up and we automagically share posts for you through the day.
How amazing would it be if your schedule book or calendar was so smart that it could use your everyday scheduling data to calculate your pipeline report, closing ratios, track your objective, create a sales plan for you AND send them all to you and your sales manager with one click? Meet Sales Tracking Calendar - created FOR Salespeople BY Salespeople. Oh and now… it’s FREE!
Find it on Google Play at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ecsion.pipelinepro3
or on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sales-tracking-calendar-by/id633293831?ls=1&mt=8
TweetDeck is your personal browser for staying in touch with what's happening now, connecting you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn and more.
Feedly displays the latest updates from feeds, blogs, and sites like Facebook and Twitter in a magazine-like view. It integrates with Google Reader, Delicious, Amazon.com, YouTube, and other sites. It offers numerous ways to add, filter, display, mark, and share content.
HootSuite - Social Media Dashboard. With HootSuite, you can monitor keywords, manage multiple Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Ping.fm and WordPress profiles, schedule messages, and measure your success.
Commun.it dramatically improve the way you build relationships, monitor engagement, track campaign and discover leads on Twitter! It helps you to build meaningful, personal relationships through social media while focusing on your highest-value relationships (influencers, supporters, most engaged members,promising new leads...). This helps you to grow engagements, discover new leads and influential followers and build real connections that help you reach your business goals.
@sandyhubbard says: You can build your international network by translating tweets or posts from friends in other countries and making a courteous attempt to communicate in their language. Let's try to undo the Ugly American stereotype by reaching out in others' languages. This service is free, and it translates gobs of languages. Also, if you have any foreign language training, you will be able to set up a sentence (noun-verb-predicate) correctly so it does not return gobblety-gook. This is invaluable for you insomniacs who need to talk to someone normal at 3 am.
@sandyhubbard says: Is it worth it to include this? It seems like everyone would just say, 'Duh, Sandy!" Yet I am always surprised at folks who are not aware of the full array of Google tools. And Google has a twitter handle for almost every one of them, so you get some crowdsourced opinion at the same time.
Clear app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
@sandyhubbard says: I am really impressed with the way Twylah aggregates your tweets and puts them into ctaegories by topic. The page is attractive and functional, and if you are fairly consistent about tweeting on your content strengths, Twylah will identify that. I recommend having a Twylah page and listing it on your "About" page on your Google+ profile as an extra dimension to your personal branding presentation. Finally, if you notice certain categories showing up that surprise you, perhaps you have a tendancy to get off topic or maybe you are an expert in a new area you had not considerd. It's very good for self-analysis in your messaging patterns.