If you are into apps for your smartphone, which ones might help you spend less time on organizing stuff and therefore more time prospecting for new investors, or on making the best investment selections for your clients? Check out these five mobile apps:
Dropbox for Business is “the secure file sharing and storage solution that employees love and IT admins trust.” If your files are too big to email to co-workers and clients, you can drop your shared files into Dropbox, where your colleagues can view and download without the file size restriction of email.
With Evernote you can take a snapshot of all your receipts, managing your calendar, write notes to yourself, create slideshows, and organize photos and your calendar for you and for your team.
With Google Analytics, you can, as Google says, “Improve performance across your sites, apps, and offline marketing. Google’s analytics solutions can help you turn customer insights into action for your business.” So much information for free.
4. Google Drive
Google Drive is a free file and online storage platform for documents, doodles, slides, spreadsheets, and more. You can create appropriate access permissions, and the search feature lets you find the right folder fast.
MailChimp is a cool email distribution service for your email marketing campaigns. They send more than 600 million emails a day. More than 9 million people and businesses, including InCapital Marketing, use their free and premium features to send and analyze marketing emails, automated messages, and targeted campaigns.