11 Apps and websites you should be using

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At Enterprise Made Simple we have a variety of different roles and we all use different tools. Here are 11 of our favourite apps and online tools we like to use:

1. Google Drive 

Sometimes we need to work on one document together at the same time. With Google Drive, you can do that very easily; This tool allows you to create online documents, presentations, spreadsheets and then store all these files plus video files, images and well almost every other file type. You don’t even need to have any office software installed – everything happens right in your browser or via the mobile app for iOS and Android.

2. WordPress 

It’s simple and great effective blogging platform. But people often make the mistake of classifying WordPress as just a blogging platform. Although that used to be true in the past, WordPress has evolved throughout the years into a versatile content management system. While you can still use WordPress to create a simple blog, now it also allows you to create fully functional websites and mobile applications.

3. Hootsuite

We use Hootsuite to create social synergy between all platforms. It allows the user to monitor, track and listen to what your audience is doing on social media. Hootsuite understands the concept of time of the essence, by allowing the users to publish and schedule content quickly and finding content relevant to the user.

4. Enterprise Made Simple App

Do I need to explain why you should be using this? You should already have this app on your phone. Here’s a link if you don’t – Enterprise Made Simple App

5. Meet Edgar

Meet Egar is another great social media management tool; instead of publishing your updates just once and throwing them away like yesterday’s rubbish, he carefully catalogues them in a library that you build over time.

6. YouTube

When we’re not watching funny fails if you are ever stuck on something and don’t know how to do it. 9 times out of 10, there’s a video guide on how to do it.

7. Adobe Creative cloud

Creative Cloud gives you all the apps you need for any creative field you want to explore. You can seriously make almost anything. Create and share an animated video in two minutes. Or make a feature film with the same editing tools they’re using in Hollywood. Make a website for your band. Or your business. Discover what a creative genius you are.

8. Mailchimp

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to easily set up a mailing list, create a newsletter, or send an automated email to your readers or clients. Say hello to the little monkey, Mailchimp. Everything is customisable, it’s free, easy and understandable analytics; making email better and more effective.

9. Microsoft Office 365

Your office on the go! Whether you’re working in your office or on the go, you get a familiar, top-of-the-line set of productivity tools. Microsoft Office applications let you create, edit, and share from your PC/Mac or your iOS, Android, or Windows device with anyone in real-time.

10. Evernote 

Remember everything and stay focused/organised using Evernote. Write everything from short notes to lengthy reports, bookmark your favourite web links, discuss and communicate with other Evernote users and present your findings. Evernote is a great little organisational tool.

11. Canva

Canva makes design simple for everyone. Create designs for Web or print media: blog graphics, presentations, social media images (for Twitter, Facebook Pinterest, Instagram), flyers, posters, invitations. It has millions of FREE stock images and vector illustrations. This kind of tool can make anyone look like a designer.