We want to share interesting and convenient ways to network, use social media or create pictures… These are non-sponsored suggestions of course.
Canva is a great help if you need to create a document such as a social media banner, a CV, pictures, or invitations. It’s very easy to use, and they have a lot of templates that will give you ideas in case you’re not a natural born artist. If you haven’t tried it yet, give it a shot–it’s actually fun! It’s one of our favorite free tools for freelancers.
Do you want to show how great you are on social media? You can do it with Buffer! The free version allows you to schedule up to 10 posts on various social media accounts. Set the date and time for the posts, and they will be shared automatically!
Meet your new best friend. Wunderlist is a tool that not only allows you to create to-do lists but also lets you classify them by themes and priorities. You can also add notes and files to the tasks. The little plus? The feeling you get when you can check off a task… “Done!” Of course, you can synchronize it between several devices.
Do you know any free tools for freelancers that you use and would recommend?
Please let us know. We’re fools for cool tools!