Google chrome apps

If you’re a savvy business owner, chances are you’ve searched far and wide for tools to help you save time and money. Tech-based support is the best way to manage your day to day workload and productivity, make your life easier, and your business SO MUCH BETTER!

With so many choices out there, it’s hard to know where to look. Let’s begin with Chrome, our favorite browser for the most up to date, cutting edge extensions to help you get organized, stay focused, and take your business management skills to the next level.

TickTick – Todo & Task List: TickTick helps you completely organize your to-do list, focusing on the tasks you absolutely need to get done during the day. This app is 100% customizable, so you can set up recurring tasks, task classification, task reordering, task collaboration, and more. Our favorite TickTick feature is the ability to convert Gmails into tasks with one click. You can NOT ask for anything more!

Evernote Web Clipper is a favorite among Chrome lovers. This amazing extension lets you save just about anything you come across on the internet. Clip and save research articles, news stories, receipts, images, code snippets, you catch my drift here. When you need to revisit the information you clicked, simply head to your Evernote account and it’ll be there. Perfect for the business owner whose brain is completely fried most days.

DocuSign has been a lifesaver for us! With DocuSign, there’s no need to print out documents, sign them by hand, scan or photograph and upload them, then email to whomever. This extension is a productivity masters dream come true for contracts. Electronically sign documents and PDFs right from Gmail, Google Drive, or the Chrome browser. So easy!

Website Blocker If you find yourself endlessly scrolling through social media instead of crossing things off your to do list, you may need this extension more than you think. Website Blocker blocks the websites that distract you throughout the work day. Just choose your downfalls and set them up to be off limits during the time you actually need to be getting work done. You’ll be amazed at what you can get done after using this extension.

Grammarly We’re only human. We make mistakes and spell things wrong. So what, right? Wrong! Spelling errors are a big no no when you have all the tools in the world to help you spell things properly. So take control of yourself and add Grammarly to your extensions and let it check your spelling and grammar as you type. It’s a serious no-brainer!

Woorank is a popular SEO extension that takes the guesswork out of your SEO. It provides its users with extensive SEO reporting on any website. Use the tips it provides to help get your website to the top of the charts on Google.

MixMax  Ever wonder which emails your customers love and which ones go straight to the trash? Want to increase your email open rate? Who doesn’t? Master the art of email marketing with the help of Mixmax. This powerful extension helps you reach out more effectively to your customers and prospects. You can use it to track open rates, clicks, and downloads, and know who opens your emails when so you can send messages that get a better response. Everyone wins with this one.

MakeGIF Video Capture If you’ve been trying to find a simple way to make a GIF for your posts, look no further. This extension makes creating hilarious gifs easy. Capture frames from any HTML5 video and convert them into GIF animation. Drop those gifs into your next blog post, and watch your page views, social sharing, and comments blow up.

Loom Ok, so this one is NOT a Chrome extension but it needs to be shared with you all. Loom has been the biggest lifesaver for us. If you communicate on the regular with clients and find yourself writing novel sized emails to get your points across, spare yourself future carpal tunnel and install loom. With loom, you can share your screen, create a video for your client, and share in an email for better clarity and a much more personal approach to long explanations. The sky’s the limit with this perfect little app.

4 replies
  1. Katherine
    Katherine says:

    Lots of great tips here, some of these I knew about, some I didn’t. Will be checking them out, especially Loom. I’ve done something similar only with audio. So much easier than typing! Thanks for the info.

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    • Kelly Kilgallon
      Kelly Kilgallon says:

      Grammarly is a MUST. I don’t know how I survived without it for so long. Loom is my second fave – check it out : )

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