I know, I know, it’s nearly the end of November, but it has just occurred to me that I haven’t published the October’s edition of my regret series… “Regret series” isn’t probably the most fortunate name for it, but anyway, let’s get on with it.
If you want to present your professional persona on the internet (so to speak) you’ll need a set of tools and apps. There’s much stuff available nowadays and this edition of the series is all about that stuff.
On one side, technology makes certain tasks way easier than they used to be. On the other, technology has created a lot of new tasks, just to keep us busy (… there wouldn’t be any blogging if it were no internet, obviously).
Without further ado, what follows is a set of 6 great blog posts from the past month (October 2011) which I regret I didn’t come up with myself.
Today’s theme: Tools and Apps for Professionals
5 Nifty Tools for Internet Marketers by Noel Agnote
Just to get this set started, take a look at these tools. Some things you’ll find here: screen recorders, screenshot capture app, email reminder, fax service, file sharing app.
4 Simple Tools for Creating an Infographic Resume by Erica Swallow
When you find yourself in a situation where you need to create an interesting resume this set of tools will turn out to be really helpful. Infographic resumes have been pretty trendy lately. Capitalizing on this might be a good idea.
4 Tools for Conducting Keyword Research on YouTube by Ron Jones
Just a couple of days ago I’ve published a review of a great online business owner’s tool – Market Samurai. Now I want to point you towards yet another piece of the puzzle – doing keyword research on YouTube.
10 Killer Apps for Freelance Bloggers by Anna Kovaleva
To be frank, not only freelance bloggers but all people who are making money doing some form of writing. As a matter of fact I will go even further and say that this set will turn out to be quite handy for all kinds of online business owners too.
New iPhone, iPad and Android Apps for October 2011 by Dan Rowinski
This is a set of cool apps for everybody. I’m including this on the list to show you what’s been going on in the app market in general. Still, there are some gold nuggets there. Worth checking out.
Why I Write With My iPhone by Chris Smith
Finally, a post on one of the most popular devices of today. People are using iPhones for a variety of different things, but writing didn’t seem the most popular one. Here’s a post where Chris explains exactly why he chooses his iPhone as the perfect mobile writing device.