Some sites you may not like for personal use but they are essential for an online business presence. For Facebook, you will need a personal account (which you do not have to use much). You will want the business version of these two, for sure:
Turning those images into posts is easy, if you use the right software. It is helpful to have an image editor on your computer (Pixelmator for the iMac and paint.net for Windows). One piece of software is outstanding for producing imagery for many purposes:
You will find that you can produce a lot of content relatively easily. One mentor of our showed how to get 50 quality elements to post within about an hour! When you have all of that material, you will want to schedule the posts to Facebook or Instagram:
As your business grows and you are working with colleagues as part of a team, then you will need team management software. These can handle different projects. Within these projects, you can have separate work flows.
Almost certainly, your business will require a marketing funnel. As explained already, these can also host your website and help you design simple pages using the built-in templates. Of the many available, two stand out, both with huge amounts of tutorial and support material:
As you begin to build a following, through your Facebook advertising campaigns or using marketing funnels, you will need to keep track of those potential customers. To do this you need Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. Two of the best are:
Meetings online are vital, if you are working at a distance from colleagues. Also, you may wish to broadcast your ideas and presentations to your followers. One of the best pieces of software for this is:
You will find there are many small jobs that are important for getting your business up and running. Design work, writing, research or marketing can all be assisted with freelancers. Two excellent sites to consider are: