10 Amazing Free Tools for Your Business

Christine LariviereBusiness Tips

We’ve surveyed the web for the very best free tools available and chose our top 10. From creating your company website to making on-brand graphics, we hope you find these resources as helpful as we have.

1. Create Your Website: WordPress

Over 6 million people have chosen WordPress to create their websites.

2. Create Your Logo: withoomph

Create your company logo by simply typing in its name and a brief description.

3. Find a Company Name: Naminum

Supply the generator with a keyword associated to your business or view a list of randomized names.

4. Understand Your Social Impact: Klout

Klout suggests sharable content that your audience has not seen yet and helps you measure how your content is being received; engagement in the form of likes, shares, retweets, and more. Also, Klout Perks rewards you when you have a high Klout score; you’ll receive products, special discounts, and VIP access from partner brands – for free.

5. Check Your Site for SEO : SEO SiteCheckup

Check your website for SEO improvements that can be made.

6. Create Visuals: Canva

Canva gives you everything you need to easily turn ideas into stunning designs. Create designs for web or print: blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations and so much more.

7. Get Stock Images: StockUp

Search for high quality images from free stock photo websites – all in one place.

8. Create Newsletters: MailChimp

More than 7 million people use MailChimp to design and send 500 million emails every day. Send 12,000 emails to 2,000 subscribers for free.

9. Learn to Write Code: codecademy

Over 24 million people have used Codeacademy to learn how to write code for free. Codeacademy is re-thinking the way we learn by offering engaging online tutorials with an easy step-by-step process.

10. Write Without Distraction: ZenPen

ZenPen gives you a minimalist, clean workspace to write out your thoughts — free of distraction.