Freelancers and those of you who are self-employed have a lot to keep track of on a daily basis. To keep up with everything you need to accomplish you need the best freelancer tools available. Here are my top picks:

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Basic Recommended Freelancer Tools

Freelancer Tools for Productivity

  • Asana– The BEST tool for staying on track and being productive
  • Hootsuite– Bloggers and VA’s can schedule all of their social media platforms at once saving time and resources
  • Tailwind– Drive traffic through Pinterest with the only approved Pinterest scheduler
  • BoardBooster– Scheduling pins through Boardbooster is super easy but my favorite tool to save time is the looping tool
  • Focuster–  A calendar not enough to keep you on task? Use Focuster to automate your to-do list to your calendar.
  • LastPass–  Save all your logins in one place
  • DropBox– Share files and collaborate easier
  • Digit-Finds ways to save you money
  • Calendly-My favorite calender and scheduling app
  • Focus@Will– Find out what type of music will get your hyper-focused and more productive
  • FocusBooster– My favorite time tracking app that helps improve productivite
  • Pocket– Save photos, videos, and articles from anywhere to use later. You can also save directly from your browser or from apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite.
  • Hemingway App– An awesome editor that highlights all the changes you should make to your writing.

Virtual Assistant, Blogger and Freelance Writer Tools

  • Scrivener Coach-Such a great program-if you are a writer this makes Scrivener so much easier.
  • Canva– A great way to create beautiful images and documents without any design experience.
  • Recite– A free way to turn any quote into a beautiful image to share across social media
  • Piktochart-Infographics are all the rage, make yours without hiring a designer.
  • Grammarly
  • Flipboard– A digital magazine of everything you love that can be used to distribute your own content or find content you love.
  • Evernote-Write notes. Capture ideas. Clip pages from the web. Put it all in Evernote and you’ll never lose track.
  • Feedly-News aggregator and feed reader.
  • PicMonkey– My favorite photo editing tool

 

Recommended Courses for Freelancers

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