Author: Ashwin

15 Fascinating Twitter Tools You Should Grab Today

Twitter is a Fascinating Joyride. From news to updates; from networking to connecting with brands; from sharing to letting the world know how awesome you are, Twitter is awesome (if not addictive). As a business, however, just a joyride won’t do. You’d need ROI. You’d need to make your Twitter presence count. As such, here are a few tools that can help you out. Keyhole Keyhole is suave, sexy, and incredibly reesoureful if Twitter means anything for your business. Enter a hashtag, a keyword, or a URL and you have all sorts of data that pops up to tell...

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How To Manage Virtual Teams (& Tools To Help)

This is the era of remote work. If you are still hiring full-time staff for work that could very be done by someone on the other side of the globe, you are truly missing out on the pure arbitrage opportunity that outsourcing provides. You could whine all you want about keeping jobs home, but the money isn’t staying where you want it to be. Virtual teams are the perfect answer to startup bootstrapping, for more efficient workflows, and a reasonably inexpensive expense management. If you’ve been in the market for the best project management software, here are a few you should look at: NutCache Nutcache is a smart and simple, all-in-one project management tool that allows you bring your team aboard, organize tasks and projects using lists and cards (just the way you’d want to organize your ideas and projects), track project progress (including time spent on each task/project) along with measuring individual progress of each team member. Nutcache also includes full-time billing, time tracking, expense-management, reporting, payment gateways, invoicing templates, and more. In short, it’s a super project management tool that makes you rethink “collaboration” Due Without going too overboard, Due focuses on what most self-employed professionals, freelancers, and even agencies of all kinds need: a simple invoicing software that pulls the cash in and leaves the stress out. Track time and invoice like a pro with plenty...

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Sniply: Lead Your Followers & Get Rewarded For it

How often do you post on Twitter? The averages – according to Marketing Charts – count to 10 tweets per day. Some companies go up as far as 20 updates a day. On an average, you’d be spending about 12 – 15 hours a week on social media alone. That’s a lot of time and that time has a price to it. You’d better get something back from that time invested. Now, that’s about 600 updates in a month. We aren’t even talking about the normal conversations and engagement-specific tweets that go out on the stream. Sharing is good....

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LaPa: Landing Pages Inspiration, Delivered

Oh, we are so lost on Landing Pages inspiration, the whole lot of us. Yet, we also have plenty of it when we need to. Landing pages, you all know, is critical for any kind of campaign. You need some sort of action, you’d need a landing page to help capture all the lead generation action, provide focus for the campaign, help boost the conversion rates,and the most bang for your buck. Most landing page inspiration examples usually come from blog posts from the popular blogs such as HubSpot, Unbounce, or WishPond. Those are good ones, and you’d do...

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Charlie App: Clinch Deals, and Sell Like God Does

Pick any successful entrepreneur and you’ll see a few things common: They build great businesses. They have great teams. They have systems and processes for everything. Everyone else is somewhere on the way to that kind of success. Now, starting a business is easy. Finding teams and building systems is the hard part. Thankfully, a few resourceful entrepreneurs and technology helps ease this journey. While the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Daymond John, and every other hotshot entrepreneur would have an executive assistant to brief them up before meetings, the rest of us have to depend on Google or LinkedIn....

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