3 Easy to Use Small Business Tools

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It’s the little things that can cause the biggest snarls in business. When you are a small business owner, it’s hard at times to keep all the balls in the air. You have to work with clients, invoice and bill clients, run small errands and manage multiple projects.  These 3 easy to use business tools simplify and organize your business tasks.


Hours Keeper

Struggling with invoicing clients? Here’s an easy to use app that can track hours, add in extra services and send your client an invoice. It takes away the pain of invoicing later that day or later that month. You can email your client and yourself a copy of the paid invoice too.  It’s a small way to jump start an important task.


Task Rabbit

What do you need help with?  Assembling your new product? Shopping or delivery? Task Rabbit is available in 19 cities to help you with small tasks at a reasonable price.  Task Rabbit is “smart way to get things done by connecting you with others in your neighborhood.”


Managing multiple projects is how we maximize our time as small business owners. Trello gives us a visual way to keep everything running smoothly.  This free software is available on all devices to help you use it at the office and on the go.  Trello consists of a board with a list of lists.  You can create cards as  your project progresses and move the cards as you accomplish tasks.  It’s great to use with a team too.

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There’s more tech and apps that can help, depending on your small business needs.  Start small with tech that caters to a specific need.

6 replies
  1. Seana Turner
    Seana Turner says:

    Trello reminds me of an old program back in the early Apple days called “Hypercard.” I thought it was amazing. I like the ability to add a card – this is a concept that is easy to wrap your mind around!

  2. Janet Barclay
    Janet Barclay says:

    The only one of these I’ve tried is Trello, but I didn’t like it that much – maybe because someone else added me to boards they had already created. I’m sure if I set up my own they’d be more in keeping with the way that I process information.

  3. Autumn
    Autumn says:

    I love Trello, but haven’t used it in awhile! I need to go back to it! I have never heard of Task Keeper. I’m going to check that out and see if we have one here. This would be a great resource for clients new to any area.

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