The number of useful startup tools is infinite as we are living in the best possible days to start your own company. Our list is short and simple: these are the tools we are using day by day at the DebugMe HQ or they were a huge help when we were getting started. Take a look at the list, try them tools and leave a comment, if you think we left out a really-really awesome startup tool.
Share and schedule posts from your Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts all from one app. Hootsuite is the world’s most popular social media management app with more than 9 million users and is FREE for up to 3 social network. One of the must have lean startup tools.
Sweigh is a real-time social sentiment platform reinventing how online publishers and bloggers interact with their readers. It is one of the the best ways to cut through the clutter of social comments to find out what people really think.
It’s not exactly a tool, rather a community of startups and investors who make fundraising efficient. Find a great startup job, invest in a startup or raise money.
Graphics, marketing, fun, and more online services, on budget and on time. Fiverr is a global online marketplace offering tasks and services, beginning at a cost of $5 per job performed, from which it gets its name.
Upwork is the world’s largest online workplace where savvy businesses and professional freelancers go to work. Finding freelancers for your startup was never been easier.
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ShareDesk is an online platform enabling individuals and small teams to discover and book shared work spaces under flexible payment terms.
Talkwalker is an incredibly powerful social media monitoring and analytics tool – used and recommended by brands and agencies worldwide.
No such thing as free publicity? There is with HARO. Help A Reporter connects news sources with journalists looking for their expertise.
You have a brilliant idea, even come up with a unique name for it, now let’s see if it has available domains and usernames on the major platforms.
Buffer is famous as the easy way to schedule posts for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networks. Pablo is meant to bring the same simplicity to create images specifically meant for social networks: try it and create engaging images for your social media posts in 30 seconds.
Canva is one of the greatest lean startup tools and it 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.
StockSnap is the best place on the internet to find beautiful free stock photos.
SumoMe is a suite of free tools that can be used to grow your website’s traffic. The tools are easy to install and work on any website.
More than 7 million people use MailChimp to design, send, and track email marketing campaigns. You should be one of them.
Intercom is one place for every team in an internet startup to communicate with customers, personally, at scale – on your website, inside web and mobile apps, and by email.
BuzzSumo provides content marketing intelligence that you can start using today to improve your efforts. Analyze what content performs best for any topic or competitor. Find the key influencers to promote your content. Start it right now, it’s one of the best startup tools.
Yoast SEO (formerly known as WordPress SEO by Yoast) is the most complete WordPress SEO plugin that exists today for WordPress.org users. It incorporates everything from a snippet preview and page analysis functionality that helps you optimize your pages content, images titles, meta descriptions and more to XML sitemaps, and loads of optimization options in between.
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