10 Product Reviews and Suggestions to Help You Choose the Best Small Business Tools



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A small business is only as effective as the tools and systems they have in place. There are tons of software programs, social platforms, and other tools businesses can use to enhance operations. So it may help to learn about these options before signing up for every new option that gets released. Members of the online small business community share insights on those they’ve tried here.



Learn About Sellfy for Your Ecommerce Needs

If you plan to sell products online, you need an ecommerce platform to facilitate sales. Sellfy is an option that’s especially relevant for those selling digital products. Christopher Benitez reviews it in this Startup Bonsai post.

Connect with APIs Easily Thanks to NoCodeAPI

APIs can help businesses easily integrate the tools they already use. But it can be complicated for those who don’t have developers on staff. That’s where NoCodeAPI comes into play. Lahaul Seth of Lion Blogger details the tool here.

Add an Intro Video to Your LinkedIn Profile

LinkedIn users just got an interesting new feature. If you use the platform to network or promote your business, you can now add an intro video to better explain your offerings. Gaurav Kumar details the feature in this eAskMe post. And members of the BizSugar community added comments here.

Get More Passive Income from Your Blog

Lots of businesses use blogging as a marketing tactic. But it can also be a tool for bringing in actual income. In this No Passive Income post, Erik Emanuelli shares how to use your blog as a passive income source.

Start Selling T Shirts with Spreadshirt

Selling t shirts certainly isn’t a brand new business model. But there are now tools that make the process easier than ever. One such platform is Spreadshirt. Chonce Maddox shares a review here on The Work at Home Woman blog.

Find the Best CRM for Your Small Business

CRM tools allow you to organize your interactions with customers. And there are tons of options for businesses to choose from. If you’re looking to improve your customer relationship management, consider the tools in this Crowdspring post by Ross Kimbarovsky.

Consider Becoming a Twitch Affiliate

Gaming is a thriving industry right now. And Twitch is at the forefront of tools for professional gamers. If you’re interested in getting started in the industry, learn about becoming an affiliate in this Common Ninja post by Eyal Katz. Then head over to BizSugar to see what members are saying.

Drive Revenue with PartnerOps

Bringing in a partner can be an effective way to increase revenue and grow your business. But you need the right tools to make sure the transition runs smoothly. In this Sales Hacker post, Christina Flaschen goes over the options for small businesses entering partnerships.

Use These Legit Content Marketing Tools

There’s no shortage of content marketing tools available today. So how can you tell which ones are actually worth your time? In this Wordable post, James Scherer dives into some options that are actually legit.

Compare Free and Freemium Software Trials

Some software products are available for free. Others have freemium models. And you can even find options with free trials. So which is the right choice for your small business? Chris Wood compares the experiences in this Marketing Land post.

If you’d like to suggest your favorite small business content to be considered for an upcoming community roundup, please send your news tips to: sbtips@gmail.com.

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Annie Pilon Annie Pilon is a Senior Staff Writer for Small Business Trends, covering entrepreneur profiles, interviews, feature stories, community news and in-depth, expert-based guides. When she’s not writing she can be found on her personal blog Wattlebird, and exploring all that her home state of Michigan has to offer.

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  1. What a fantastic post! Such an informational article, can’t wait to dig deep and start utilizing the resources you have shared.

  2. I like this article. I am a small business owner and sometimes get overwhelmed by the thought of trying to find the best tools for my company. There are so many different types of tools out there that it can be really confusing to choose which ones you should buy or use in your business. This article is great because it talks about some of the most popular options, what they do, how much they cost, and why people think these products are good choices. It’s helpful because it gives me an idea of what other people think when looking at similar products and helps me narrow down my search even more!

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