TMCnet Feature
February 26, 2020

Awesome Tools to Help Start your Online Business

When launching an online business, it’s easy to drown in a sea of strategies, tasks, and opportunities. The good news is that there are some awesome tools available to help you get started. Most of them are either free or quite cheap. In this article, we list our top picks.


Every online business needs hosting. Unfortunately, this often incurs a monthly cost with the option to pay in advance. Hostt is a proud hosting world innovator. They offer a cpanel that makes it easy to manage a website, around the clock tech support, and – best of all - free hosting for every website! What is more, there are no ads to frustrate you.

The Free Calculator

The Free Calculator differs from other tools of its kind by the sheer multitude of features and functions available, such as different categories and the ability to calculate ROI. It is an indispensable tool for any budding entrepreneur.  Check it out at  


You can use this tool to promote content, educate your target group by means of email notifications, and schedule social media posts. Its user-friendly interface is among the reasons behind its popularity. The tool searches for the best publications on other sites, which you can share with followers. 


This tool is unbeatable when it comes to creating quality content for a website. By quality, we mean engaging, interesting, and educative content. The tool helps you find topics and content that will work for your type of audience by analyzing their preferences. It’s extremely easy and simple to use. Open BuzzSumo’s site and enter your keywords. To see the best matches for them, add a domain name.


This is a free, integrated, calendar management tool. For just $5 a month, you get meeting reminder emails, multiple calendar options, and more. You can set certain times as available for meetings by syncing with Google (News - Alert) Calendar.


Infusionsoft is a piece of solid CRM (customer relationship management) software. It helps online businesses manage emails, automate their marketing processes, sell online, and organize their efforts.


Sadly, most of our promotional emails end up in the recipient’s spam folder.  This spam testing tool analyzes your emails and establishes possible triggers that might cause your email to reach this woeful destination. The free tool also runs tests to make sure the email can be opened and reach your target group’s inboxes.

A similar tool worth mentioning is Rapportive, which shows social connections and contact details in your inbox. This free plug-in puts these details in place of your sidebar. You’ll see your contact’s location, picture, social media links, and even email conversations you had with them in the past.

Evernote (News - Alert)

You don’t need to be worried about productivity with this robust, free note-taking app. Evernote shares and syncs files and notes in the cloud and makes them accessible across all devices. You can save all of your bursts of inspiration here. Among the tool’s features are voice memos, sharing, reminders, and file attachments.

Thank you for reading and good luck with your online business!

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