Well, it seemed you liked the roundup posts we did last week. So I’m bringing back the weekly roundup posts I used to do, way back… except now they’ll be on Mondays (or Tuesdays, if Monday is a holiday here). I figure that’s a good way to get the week started. Right?
On to this week’s roundup; and this week, we’re focusing on business tools. As we all know, the right business tools can save us time, money, and increase efficiency. So below are five posts that include helpful tools from around the web.
Why: Information overload is a common ailment for anyone who works in social media. Debra Askanase explores how some platforms can be used well as curation tools, thus offering some relief.
Why: If you didn’t read this post when it published not that long ago, here it is again; it covers tools that help you manage email, scheduling, social media, and more.
Why: Dirk Singer provides a rundown of tools that help you evaluate various aspects of your social media work.
Why: via Charise Stevens over at Leaders West. Exactly what it says.
Why: a very comprehensive guide to using Google+ and its Hangout feature for video conferencing, from David Masters.
What about you; do you have a business tool that you can’t live without? If so, would you share it in the comments below? Thank you!