Whether you have your own business or perhaps just a side job that you like to do outside your 9-5, these valuable and free online tools will definitely assist you with everything you need!



A logo is very important in today’s online visual world and it can be pricey to hire a pro to create one for you.  Check out Shopify, which makes it quick and easy to create an original logo in minutes.


Need to reach someone that is a potential business contact or even investor?  Try Clearbit Connect,  a Gmail plugin that helps you find just about anyone’s contact information.
You can search by name or job title and instantly get access to someone’s corporate email address, Twitter handle and LinkedIn profile. The plugin also adds context information in sidebar by providing the company’s address, amount of venture capital (VC) funding and number of employees. The free version gets you 25 free contact searches per month.


If you need an app to keep yourself on track, check out habit-building apps like Strides. It helps users commit to goals, and develop productive habits. You can track everything from sales targets to workouts.


Primer is a free education app is part of a pilot program at Google. It offers easy lessons on advertising, measurement, strategy and content and allows users to test their knowledge with personalized next steps. You can download it on Android or iOS, and use the app offline, which means you may be able to squeeze in a lesson or two on your commute.


Setmore is a free scheduling platform designed to simplify appointment booking for small businesses.

It works with 18 popular web services, which allows you to seamlessly integrate it into your business. Your customers can pay their fees ahead of time, and sign up to receive SMS notifications or email reminders about their appointments. It’s sure to come in handy for anyone who has a service-based business like personal trainers, estheticians or photographers.


Docracy is an online collection of free legal documents, which are submitted by a community of lawyers and organizations. You can find consulting agreements, freelancing contracts, non-disclosure agreements and even leases for office space. Once you have the paperwork you need, you can use the platform for digital signatures as well.


Invoice Generator makes it  simple to create customer invoices. Just fill out the relevant fields, and you can instantly download a professional invoice. Plus, you can even customize it with your logo, like the one you created with the generator.

All of these free business assist tools are excellent resources that will cost you nothing but your time.  Do you have any online resources you would add to the list?

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