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Top 7 Best Apps for Small Business Owners

Top 7 Best Apps for Small Business Owners
 

It seems like there's no rest for a small business owner. Whether you're keeping up with day to day things, or rushing to put out fires, there's always something to be done. It's easy to get overwhelmed by all the different aspects of running your own business, and that's why everyone is not an entrepreneur.

For many business owners, useful mobile apps have been a major benefit - apps aren't just for social media and ordering takeout. There are quite a few apps on the market that can make a big difference in your daily productivity, helping you streamline cumbersome tasks so you can focus on what matters. From financials to client communication, these 7 apps can help make your life as a small business owner a whole lot easier.

 

QuickBooks Online - Small Business Owner Apps

1) QuickBooks Online

Millions of small businesses worldwide rely on Intuit's QuickBooks software to accept payments, manage invoices, and handle payroll functions. Designed especially for small to midsize businesses, there's a reason why QuickBooks is the most popular choice for bookkeeping. Chances are, your business is already using it.

QuickBooks Online is a cloud service for QuickBooks that allows you to conveniently access your financials from anywhere. With apps available for Windows, iOS, and Android phones and tablets, keeping an eye on your checkbook has never been easier. Plus, with your data backed up in the cloud, you won't have to worry about losing any important files.

While QuickBooks Online is a paid service, it's worth the money. Plans range from $10-24 for the first six months, depending on your needs. If you're not sure, the service offers a 30-day free trial.[quickbooks.intuit.com]

 

Trello - Small Business Owner Apps

2) Trello

Trello is a simple, streamlined collaborative task management software. With over ten million users worldwide, it's one of the most popular apps for project management. Trello’s design is based on the Kanban task management system, originally developed by Toyota in the 1980s for efficient supply chain management.

On Trello, each project is represented by a "Board", which contains multiple "Lists". On each list, you can create cards representing projects and tasks. Cards can be dragged and dropped from one list to the next as the project progresses through different stages of completion. This project management system works well for many different industries, from content creation to warehousing and logistics. [trello.com]

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Summer Activities to Bring Your Church Together

Summer Church Activities
 

In the summer, many church leaders and pastors find that attendance takes a quick dip in numbers as their congregates prefer to take a quick dip in the ocean. There is not much you can do to prevent families from wanting to take advantage of the summer heat, but as they say "if you can't beat them, join them". By getting out into the sun yourself, you have the chance to grow closer to your church members, continue spreading your message, and maybe even increase attendance in the future.

Give the Gift of Cool Refreshments

If you are lucky enough to have a body of water close to your community, like a river, lake or even the ocean, grab some sunblock and head there. One cool way to stand out and make your presence known is to hand out cold juice boxes and snacks to the kids and families. It's even okay to attach a small card that lets the parents know exactly who to thank for this kind gift. This not only gives you an opportunity to minister to your church members outside the church, you could also be passing out those snacks to families who have not yet found you.

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6 Tips For Being the High School Coach of Every Kid's Dreams

High School Coach Tips
 

Whether it's baseball, football, basketball, or another sport, coaching high school athletic teams certainly has its challenges. If you are just starting out on this rewarding, yet sometimes frustrating, path then these tips will help you get started off on the right foot:

1. Make Sure the Word is Spread for Tryouts

In a high school setting especially, you want to make sure that every kid has an equal opportunity to get on to your team. Be very verbal about your upcoming tryouts, post signs around the school, and ask that it be announced over the PA system. If your school is set up with a school notification system like DialMyCalls, you may even consider sending SMS text messages to the parents to help build up excitement for your team.

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DialMyCalls Training: New Public Webinars Are Now Live!

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We are proud to announce that we have just launched our brand new online webinar training to introduce DialMyCalls to everyone.

 

Customers, new and old, can now visit DialMyCalls' brand new webinars page and sign up for a crash course on how to send out voice and SMS broadcasts through our completely web-based system. Each week one of our staff members will be giving in-depth training sessions on how DialMyCalls can be used to simplify calling hundreds to thousands of people. [click to continue...]


Summer Camp Alerts Keep Parents And Counselors In The Loop

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DialMyCalls helps Summer camp counselors keep in touch with the parents of the children attending via an automated alert system.

Summer is just around the corner and all across America parents are making last minute preparations for their kids' summer camps. Counselors and staff are also eagerly awaiting to entertain all of the children who have signed up for camp which in the United States is over 10 million per year - that is a lot of kids!

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Atlantic Hurricane Season 2013: Prepare For The Worst With Automated Weather Alerts

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DialMyCalls.com offers automated weather alerts for its members to prepare for hurricane season 2013.

 

The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season will officially begin on June 1, 2013 and according to experts, it's going to be an "above average" season this year. Philip Klotzbach and William Gray, meteorologists at Colorado State University, predict 18 storms, nine of which will strengthen into hurricanes. (Source: ibtimes.com) [click to continue...]

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