We are constantly changing tools. We used our own internal tool, but we tested out different apps here and there. We are trying to match features with cost. We did some Freshdesk integrations with Slack. That combination is probably the most consistent tool that we are using.
I love WordPress. I’ve been using it for many years. I wish it had a better design on the backend, but it’s really the best thing out there in terms of SEO management. It doesn’t get much better than this.
We use Creative Market for design and photography. We’re always using images for blogs and social media. Creative Market helps with templates and buying fonts and other things.
I like Adobe Suite but there could be more active templates. I wish it had a community like Creative Market.
MailChimp has a lot of great integrations and it’s affordable. The automation has been great for us--I use it for a range of projects and companies and suggest it to a range of clients.
QuickBooks has been around for a while, so it has lots of great features. I enjoy that they made the switch over to a subscription-based model. It gives new tech entrepreneurs great options and flexibility.
I’ve been using it for many years now, I think it’s the best on the market. It has great scheduling and analytics, and they add new features very regularly. It has a really great design and is one of my favorite apps to use. It makes management a lot easier and saves me a ton of time.