Whether you’re looking to maximize your freelance income or your free time — and especially if you’re trying to balance the two — efficiency is key.
As a company of one, that means using technology to automate and accelerate your productivity. Of course, figuring out how to best do that is a drain on your productivity in itself.
We’re here to help with this great list of freelance productivity tools. Some you’ve likely heard of, and may already be using. Others are lesser known, but are still guaranteed to make your business and free time grow.
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Animoto | Simple software for creating professional video
Animoto makes the daunting task of creating video feel doable. You can design, produce and promote a professional looking video without getting stuck on the tech. It’s easy to upload files, arrange your slides, pick your music and add your unique style. Plus they’ve just partnered with Getty Images. So when you sign up, you gain access to over 1 million stock photos, illustrations, and videos which you can drag and drop directly into your own project.
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