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.