If you manage a small business or ministry these free tools may be just what you need. I’ve used a few of them for over a year. and, I’m quite pleased with how they seamlessly work with Chrome. Here’s what’s great about them:
PollDaddy is the only survey and poll program that I’ve used. If the poll is set-up properly and easy to use, many customers won’t mind voting on the poll. PollDaddy results seems to be more accurate than other polls I’ve decided against using,
TweetDeck allows you to monitor, manage and engage in your social world by bringing together your Twitter and Facebook feeds in a powerful and flexible column-based dashboard. All major Twitter features are supported: Sending updates, retweeting (native and old-style), favorites, mentions, direct messages and searching. Posting to multiple Twitter accounts is a breeze. Facebook status updates, notifications, wall posts, Likes and comments are all at your fingertips. TweetDeck is pretty good but I still prefer TweetCaster which is the #1 Twitter app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and the ONLY app with Search Party, SmartLists and Zip It! TweetCaster features a clean, attractive interface that users love, plus it’s lightning fast. So, I’ll let you decide which is better for your uses.
Evernote is a lifetime friend that meets my writing needs. I can write posts while sitting at a traffic light, my desktop computer, laptop or e-reader. Start a note, save it on a notebook or tablet and later access it from one of your synced devices.
Screen Capture allows the user to capture visible content of a tab, a region of a web page, or the whole page as a PNG image.You can also edit your captured image before saving it as a PNG image.
These are four of the ten programs that Google Chrome offers the business persons.
- Top 10 Chrome Web Store Apps For Productivity (theapptimes.com)