This list will be reviewed and updated regularly:
LastPass – one password, securing your browsers and helping you generate secure passwords, storing them and allowing you to share with specific people.
Let’s compare a few of the password manager alternatives: http://www.asecurelife.com/dashlane-vs-lastpass-vs-1password-vs-roboform-vs-keepass/
Google Drive – so many tools. This one is handy to create folders of items that need to be shared with legal professionals, family members, company board members and more.
Google Alerts – set up alerts to see who is talking about you or your company.
MORE TIPS AND TOOLS:
I’ll continue to add to this list, but this will get you started.
How to make graphics using Google Slides.
Dustin Stout keeps updating this link with the ever-changing requirements by various social media venues for your images. Bookmark it!
How to pose for a good headshot – after you have lighting in place, are wearing a solid, flattering color – NO STRIPES – this will help you in any social posing situation! Learn from Austin, age 6
Quick guide to Twitter lists and how to use them.
Creating high-quality images from PowerPoint using PhotoShop and PDFs
Some of my favorite tools:
Some of these are affiliate links because I talk about these tools so much, the companies appreciate it. I only list tools I use and stand behind.
If this, then that: https://ifttt.com
AgoraPulse to schedule out your social posts, get great reporting, invite team members. They have GREAT support, too.
Zoom.us for recording interviews – much simpler and less cumbersome than GoToMeeting and the others.
Podbean.com for hosting your podcast to give you more freedom and SEO joy.
BluBrry.com for podcast file streaming: https://blubrry.com – works great with WordPress
Confluent Forms: https://confluentforms.com/utm – UTM tool.
Get Response for drip campaigns, e-newsletters, RSS to news feeds from your site/subscribers: http://gr8.com/pr/Irua/d
Constant Contact – another email campaign/light CRM system. http://sfs.tips/cctrialsfs