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Choose to Succeed With These 3 Tools

Choosing the right tools for your business can be a costly undertaking, especially in today’s very competitive marketplace. However, if you’re resourceful enough, you’ll know there are online tools that allow businesses to stand out without burning a hole in your pocket. Here are three of those tools:

1. Bitrix24.com

In the business world, for most, efficiency and effective communication are what make winners, hence, the use of CRMs and social intranets for streamlining work processes and properly disseminating information that everyone in the company needs to know. Be made aware, however, that the implementation of these tools may come with a hefty price tag.

Bitrix24.com is a corporate communications and social collaboration application that’s 100% free for companies consisting of 12 employees or less. Bitrix24 combines several different work tools in a single platform. These tools include a free and fully functional CRM, free live streaming, free file sharing, free intranet, free workforce monitoring, free activity management, to name just a few. Plus, the application is cloud-based, meaning, it can be accessed virtually anywhere, whether it be via a smartphone or a web browser and requires no installation. For bigger companies, an upgrade to unlimited number of users stands at a minimal $99 per month.

2. JetRadar.com

Nowadays, in the airline industry, the emergence of low-cost carriers and online ticket agencies has cheapened the cost of air travel dramatically. The problem is that with this innovation is the intensifying competition among airlines, forcing some to leave the business for good and others that manage to stay afloat to reserve their best deals into their own sites, instead of making them known through comparison websites. This, in turn, prompts a consumer to skim through several different sites to find the deal he needs.

JetRadar.com is a comprehensive search platform that methodically sifts through 700+ airlines plus hundreds of ticketing and flight sites and makes the data readily available for user perusal in just a single site, cutting down on the time and energy it usually takes to find a deal that best suits a would-be traveler’s budget and travel requirements.

3. PickyDomains.com

For a new business to stand the chance of surviving in a cut-throat marketplace, first and foremost, it has to have a name that resonates well with consumers. Same goes with site domains. According to statistics, users are likely to forget nine out of ten sites they visit for the first time. This then calls for the need for a domain that’s catchy, relevant, unique and easy to remember. But if you’re not gifted in the naming arena or you simply don’t have the time to do all this yourself, branding agencies are in business to help you out. But then again, these agencies charge way too much for their services, up to thousands of dollars.

PickyDomains.com is a crowdsourcing platform that’s been in the naming business since 2007. PickyDomains has a strong registered contributor base of 50,000+ creatives from all over the world. To avail of the service and start receiving suggestions from this diverse group of individuals, register as a client, make the required $50 downpayment for a domain/name ($75 for a slogan) and list down your naming restrictions. If none of the suggestions you get fit into your guidelines, you get a refund, making the service absolutely risk-free.

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