Marketing Resource Guides
Coming soon! We’re working on some digital resources that will cover a wide range of marketing topics. These helpful resource guides are written with the small business owner and small nonprofit in mind and will walk you through some key aspects of your marketing.
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Our Favorite Tools for Small Business & Nonprofits
We use and love these tools, and that’s why we recommend them. We may earn a small commission if you sign up from the links below, and you may receive a discount or account credit as well.
This is our go-to social media scheduling tool. We like the clean interface, ability to bulk schedule posts to a group of profiles, and the range of social media platforms available.
Designed with entrepreneurs in mind, this CRM (customer relationship management) platform has a lot of functionality packed into a single tool. It can help you manage quotes, contracts, invoicing, and more. You can also create workflows to help automate processes.
Need something to keep your team on track with projects? We adore ClickUp for project management, and the free version is incredibly robust. We’ve tried a lot of different project management tools, and this is by far our favorite because of how easy it is to set up and get started.
Whether you’re a busy entrepreneur trying to be more mindful of your time or need to track billable hours for client projects, Harvest is a budget-friendly and simple time tracking tool. You can also use it for invoicing or connect it to other popular invoicing systems.
Books We Love
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168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think
This book is great for entrepreneurs and for everyone else. Trust us, it’s not your average time management book. It’s well-researched, written in more of a story format, and pretty eye-opening about how we spend our time. If you’re a busy small business owner or nonprofit executive who never has enough hours in the day, we highly recommend this one.
More book recommendations coming soon!