Forbes 10 Best Tools For Entrepreneurs in 2012

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We thought this was a great resource for business owners and entrepreneurs, and find ourselves using half of the resources mentioned on a regular basis. Here’s what we use off their list and why we love it.

2) Legal Zoom

This is the place to get top quality legal documents without emptying out your bank account. Anything from LLCs, patents, tradmarks, living wills, bankruptcy, copyrights, name changes, lease documents, deeds, and much more.

4) Square

Created by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, Square allows you to use your tablet, android, iphone, or smartphone into a credit card reader. At a very reasonable rate of 2.75% you are able to take credit card payments anywhere and without buying the expensive alternatives of card readers.

5) Hootsuite

This application allows you to control all your social media accounts with cross platform messaging, scheduling, and quality data and analytics. Hootsuite can really free up your time if find yourself posting to multiple social sites, just schedule your posts for the best time and focus on other aspects of your business.

7) Asana

Dustin Moskovitz, Facebook co-founder, is behind this brilliant creation. This project management program is one of the best if not the best. It is easy to manage mulitple projects, tasks, users, and the overall functionality of it is outstanding. They have iphone and android apps and it’s all free.

8 ) Mailchimp

Running an email or newsletter campaign with Mailchimp is something every business owner should do. It’s easy to import your email lists from anywhere, including constant contact, they have easy to use tools for designing your media, top notch data tracking, and best of all it’s free for up to 2,000 subscribers.