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10 Business Tools That Will Help You Grow Your Revenue

Maureen Eugene
By Maureen Eugene
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As a business owner, one of the things that you should be most concerned about is growing your revenue. Although increasing your revenue is a good sign that your business is in good financial health, you wouldn't achieve that if you do not focus on the following factors: your customers, marketing and pricing strategies, and sales.

So, apart from the factors mentioned above, the right business tools can also help you grow your revenue. These tools will assist you in tracking sales performance, employee productivity, and money management.

In this article, we have outlined 10 business tools that will help you grow your revenue. 

Email and Social Marketing Tools 

Email and Social Marketing are some of the many functions that have been automated to help you focus more on other tasks. Email marketing systems include Aweber and MailChimp, and they send information about your business to your subscribers. These applications also help you send email letters to all your social networks, so you don't always have to worry about sending them out on your own. 

Email and Social Marketing come in handy when you run a business, and two of these tools that you can use include Aweber and MailChimp. All you have to do is write an email that would include any information you want your subscribers to know about your business. And once you do that, you can schedule these tools to automatically send out the mails.

Social Media Scheduling Tools 

Although logging into social media can be time-draining, the benefits of social media for your business cannot be overemphasized. So, instead of getting distracted when you log onto social media platforms, you can use social media scheduling tools like Buffer and HootSuite.

These tools allow you to schedule appropriate times when all your social media posts will be sent out. You can also schedule posts in advance for the following weeks or months. All of these features help you promote your business via social media without you having to spend more than the required time on those platforms. 

Obtaining e-Signatures 

E-signature is consent or approval from a partner for any business that is virtually signed onto a document. E-signatures can replace handwritten signatures and can be helpful, especially when you work virtually. Getting e-signatures on documents, agreements, and forms has never been easier. With the help of HelloSign and DocuSign, you can send the necessary documents via email to add a signature. Gone are the days when you have to hassle someone for signatures or race against time to get a file signed just in time. 

Finding and Retaining Customers 

There are several Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools that you can use to find and retain customers for your business. Some of these tools include HubSpot, SalesForce, and Insightly. These CRM tools keep track of all your customers —previous, present, and potential and all the interactions you've had with them. 

One of the advantages of using CRM tools is that they help you make decisions based on facts and data and inform you of how many clients you have acquired over time. So, it becomes easier for you to send follow-up messages, new deals, and promotions that will keep them interested in your offers. 

Recruitment 

As a business tool, LinkedIn Recruiter connects you to professionals in any field that you need. Apart from helping you recruit professionals, the tool has several features that can help you optimize virtual teamwork. You can use the easy-to-use filters to search for ideal candidates for any position that needs to be filled on your team. You can also create a feasible work plan with customized templates, to-do lists, and reminders on LinkedIn. 

Scheduling Tools 

Compared to the constant back and forth emailing to agree upon a convenient meeting time, Calendly and Acuity are scheduling tools that automate all your meetings. All you have to do is send a link to the other party to select the time that would be suitable for them to meet with you. 

Accounting and Bookkeeping 

One popular accounting tool made available to business owners is QuickBooks. QuickBooks is an accounting application covering money management, bill payments, and payroll. Another accounting software is FreshBooks, which automatically tracks expenses, invoices, and other administrative accounting tasks. 

Communication Tools 

Rather than spend time on phone calls which might not be as productive as you'd like, Flock, Zoom, and Gmail are tools that support effective communication between team members. As a communication business tool, Flock is much more than an ordinary messenger, it connects you with your team, conducts video conferences, and shares whatever information that you'd like to pass across. 

Other business tools that will allow you to effectively communicate with your team members and business partners include Zoom and Gmail.

Customer Service Tools

Customers are essential to your business because they are the easiest ways to increase your revenue. You always have to ensure that you constantly look out for the best experiences your customers can have when they do business with you. And two such tools that can help you establish excellent customer service are Zendesk and Help Scout

These tools make it easy for you to provide the best customer support for your clients with their multifaceted functions, which usually include chats, emails and customer data compilation services. 

Task Management Tools

Task management tools are easy, cost-efficient, and help you save both your time and money. Task management tools assist you to track tasks digitally, communicate effectively, and save you from moving to different places to monitor your employees. 

The task management tools that can help you achieve this easily include Notion, Asano and Trello. With these tools, it is easier to be in line with your to-do list, monitor progress, and set reminders for new tasks that you'd like to assign. Another benefit of these tools is that they can be used as collaborative tools, as your team members can easily identify all the tasks they have been assigned. 

Conclusion 

One of the benefits of business tools is that they make it easier to automate several tasks and free up time for you to focus more on other duties that need a lot of attention. With the help of these business tools, you can focus more on your finances and increase your revenue.   


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