7 Web Apps To Save Time

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Here is a collection of web apps and tools that are sure to make any web professionals life a little simpler. Click on a few and give them a test drive.

Mighty Deals – Valuable web tools for the professional at great prices.

If you’re a web professional there are certain things that you need every day, and those things can usually be found at a great price over on Mighty Deals. From icons to vector graphics and a whole lot more, they have the tools that we web pros need and they don’t carry a lot of garbage. They have a freebies page too, and who doesn’t like some free stuff once in a while?

Best Feature – Their ‘Deal of the Day’ has an awesome deal every day.

Manilla – Keep track of your bills and a lot more.

If you’re constantly on the go you know that keeping track of miles, hours, bills and everything else is a pain in the behind. Manilla helps you to keep everything organized and at your fingertips so that when you need the data it’s there and not in some closet in a shoebox. Banks, bills, loyalty programs, you name it Manilla will keep track of it for you.

Best Feature – Easy access to all your accounts with a single login. Nice.

5 Minutes – Save time making websites.

As an affiliate marketer I’m always making new websites based on the latest trends, gadgets or whatever that I know I can sell online. The problem; making all those websites got boring and tedious a long time ago. 5 Minutes has the answer to your prayers of you make a lot of sites because they make them in 5 minutes or less. One caveat; don’t expect higher end functions without having to pay extra.

Best Feature – Being able to set up a fully-functioning website in 5 minutes.

FriendBinder – Put all your friends in 1 place.

If you’re a busy web pro but you still want to have a social life then FriendBinder may be the app for you. It allows you to put all of your social networks in 1 place, where you can catch updates, send your own, and basically see what’s happening over several social sites at a glance. Of course if you’re the type who likes to see people in ‘real’ time this isn’t for you.

Best Feature – It’s got a super simple interface.

Coolendar – Part calendar, part task app, all planning.

Coolendar takes the best of both worlds from your calendar and your task app and puts them together in what they say is a unique new format.  I’ve seen the demo and they might be onto something. It’s simple, efficient and gives you multiple easy ways to notify and remind yourself of, well, everything. If you’re a bust professional it might be very useful, but of course having to learn another new task app might be a pain.

Best Feature – It does away with ‘durations’ Yay.

AddThis – Know your audience and your market.

If you sell anything online you know that the key is eyes-on, as in how many eyes are on your website or you blog, selling your product or service to interested parties. With AddThis you will know who your audience is, where they are and when, all in a nice little app that provides a convenient place to track all that date and use it to your advantage. The bottom line is that it might just help your bottom line.

Best Feature – Increase traffic to your site by helping people to share over social networks.

SocialMention – Search and analyze social media in real time.

If you want to keep abreast of what is being said about you, your company or anything else important to you on the social landscape, Social Mention collects content from across the universe into a single stream of information and allows you to easily track and measure what people are saying across the web’s social media landscape in real-time. That’s some pretty heady stuff, so you better be ready for it.

Best Feature – Social Mention monitors 100+ social media sites.

Kirk is a software / web developer & business consultant. He has been doing online marketing and product development for the last eight years, and been an entrepreneur for the last five. BlogWebDesigner was created to help Internet Marketers sell more stuff online.
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