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39 Incredible Productivity tools For Remote Workers 

by Sean Ogle | Last Updated: October 13, 2020

Becoming a remote worker can be one of the most liberating experiences in the world.

That being said, whether you’re employed or self-employed, becoming a remote worker requires that you develop the skill of managing your own productivity. No one is in your home, or in the coffee shop, or on the beach looking over your shoulder to ensure that you’re pushing the needle forward. 

When you get involved in remote project management like I have, you realize quickly that it becomes easy for things to get lost in the shuffle.

Which, of course, is terrible for business.

Learning this skill of self-management can be challenging. That’s why I turn to an arsenal of tools to help keep me on track and highly productive (… most days). 

Before we get going, a quick disclaimer, this article will include many links through affiliates. We have arranged affiliate agreements with a handful of our favorite options, those affiliate links will be included in this article. Just know, we believe in some of these tools so much that we are excited to help their companies grow. 

What are Productivity Tools?

The definition of productivity tools can be incredibly broad, the argument could be made that one of the first productivity tools was fire. 

For our purposes with this article, we’ll define a productivity tool as any application or software that increases the productivity of your work. These tools help you to accomplish more in less time, with greater ease. 

Technology and the internet have allowed for an overwhelming amount of useful tools to be created and offered to every kind of person. 

Here, I’ve shared my best recommendations for the productivity tools anyone working remotely should use to get started and continue progressing.

Buckle up.

Task Management Productivity Tools

Setting and getting control of tasks has to be a priority as you start to grow your business. I used to think I could store everything in my Mind Palace (shout out to the Sherlock fans in the house…) and be good to go.

Not exactly.

These tools are going to help you get your tasks on board. Plus, they can help with goal setting, keeping you focused on the most important things you need to get done today.

Momentum

productivity tools momentum

Momentum is a way to always have your to-do list and most important tasks ready with just a click. It works with your browser and every time you open a new tab, you’ll be reminded of the stuff you need to get done.

Best For: Anyone who needs that little bit of boost keeping your tasks at the top of your mind.

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The basic version of momentum is free or you upgrade to Momentum Plus for $3.33 a month, billed yearly, or $4.95 a month.

Get Momentum here.

Dayboard

dayboard

If you want more than just one task, Dayboard has got you covered. This is another tab replacement task management system, but it asks your 5 most important tasks of the day.

Best For: Anyone with a daily to-do list who appreciates recurring reminders as they open new tabs. 

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The basic version of Dayboard is free. You can upgrade to Dayboard Pro for $5.00 per month. Or you can create a Dayboard business account with a range of options between $20.00 and $130.00 per month.

Grab it for Chrome.

Asana

Asana

I manage my entire life through Asana. I use it for my editorial calendar here at Location Rebel and on my other sites, I use it for personal tasks, and I use it to track big projects and product launches.

It works great regardless of whether you have a big team, or your a lone rebel.

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A basic account is free and surprisingly full featured. Cost then goes up to $10.99/month for Premium or $24.99 a month for Business, which each add on more robust professional features.

Prioritab

prioritab

Prioritab not only shows your most important daily, weekly and monthly tasks, but drops a not too subtle kick in the pants by reminding you how much time has already passed.

Best For: Remote workers who want to be reminded of their daily, weekly, and monthly tasks while keeping our most important resource of time at the forefront. 

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Prioritab is offered as a free Google Chrome extension.

Grab it for Chrome.

Trello

trello

If you want task management that is more than a tab replacement, it’s hard to go wrong with Trello. Most people I know who are building their brands use this as their go-to task management system.

Best For: Remote workers who love working off lists that are organized in a simple and user-friendly manner.

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Trello’s basic offering is free. Their business class offering is $9.50/month per user, billed annually, or $12.50/month per user, billed monthly. There is also an enterprise-class offering that supports 20-5000 users with a price range of $7.38/month per user up to $17.50/month per user.

Grab it for Chrome.

ToDoist

todoist

If you are looking for something similar to Trello but a little more professional, Todoist is a killer to-do list app. It’s superb UI, support for plenty of platforms, and collaboration features have earned Todoist the honor of being a PC Magazine Editors’ Choice.

Best For: Remote workers searching for an in-depth, professional-looking, and incredibly mobile-friendly task management app.

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The basic version of Todoist is free or you upgrade to the premium offering for $3.00/month billed annually, or $4.00/month billed monthly. Todoist also offers a business rate of $5.00/month billed annually, or $6.00/month billed monthly.

Get the Todoist Chrome extension here.

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Client Tracking

Whoohoo you’re ready to get out there and start pitching prospects, or maybe you’re in talks with a couple of potential new clients.

Now it’s time to actually start tracking what you’re doing.

Too many times I’ve seen a possible customer get lost in the shuffle. These tools will help you see exactly where you stand with all your contacts.

Hubspot CRM

hubspot crm

Hubspot CRM is another easy to use client system that works inside your email. Integrate it with Hubspot Sales and you’ll have an awesome tool that gives you tons of client information at your fingertips.

Best For: Remote workers looking for a sophisticated all-in-one sales software, this is not for the faint of heart.

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Hubspot does have a basic, free offering, and then the prices climb. Their starter pack begins at $40/month, the professional pack is $400/month, and the enterprise pack is $1200/month.

Grab Hubspot Sales for Chrome.

Streak

streak crm

I’m a huge fan of Streak. It works seamlessly with Gmail, making it super easy to keep track of anyone you’ve pitched, need to follow up on, are working with, or is not interested.

Best For: Remote workers who want to turn their Gmail account into a client tracking powerhouse.

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Streak offers a free plan and a pro plan for $15 per month. If you want to take it up a notch there is also a business plan for $49 per month and an enterprise plan for $129 per month.

Grab it for Chrome.

Followup.cc

followup cc

If you spend a lot of your time pitching potential clients via cold or cool email, this one is for you. Followup.cc is like a little spy in your inbox, tracking who’s opened or clicked your emails, and setting follow up reminders.

Best For: Remote workers who want the easiest email follow-up app in the world (as claimed on their website!).

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Followup.cc has a limited free starter version, a professional version for $29/month billed annually or $36/month billed monthly, and a salesforce version for $40/month billed annually or $50/month billed monthly.

Grab it for Chrome.

Best Tools for Focus

I think most of us would be lying if we said we were always productive all the time. I would never say anything like that, which is an entirely different problem…

But, sometimes when your natural high for running your own business starts to wear off in those cold winter months, you might need a little bit of a pick me up.

That’s where these productivity tools can help you kick it up a notch and get back to work.

RescueTime

rescue time

You might think you’re locked in and focused all day, but chances are you spend way more time on Twitter than you should. Use RescueTime track where you spend your time and improve your habits (and productivity) with one of the best productivity apps PC Magazine has ever tested.

Best For: Remote workers who want to get more done, in less time with daily insights on how and where they spent their day online.

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RescueTime lite is their limited free version. RescueTime premium costs $78 annually or $12 monthly. Considering their claim of giving you an extra two hours of productive time per day, I think the app will pay for itself.

Grab it for Chrome.

Be Focused

be focused

One of the easiest ways I’ve found to step up my focus and productivity is using Be Focused. It’s so simple, but hey, it works. And, I love seeing my progress over the last few weeks as an extra source of motivation.

Best For: Remote workers who love their Apple products a little too much.

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Be Focused has a free version and a pro version for $2.99 downloadable in the Apple App Store

Grab the App.

[email protected]

focus@will

If you’re someone who needs to listen to music when you work but find yourself distracted by words (looking at you, Adele “Never will I find someone like you…”) try [email protected]. The music is specifically picked to make your brain happy and focused.

Best For: Remote workers who love to listen to music and using tools like binaural beats while they are working

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The basic version for individuals includes a one-week free trial then charges $52.49 annually, $89.99 billed every two years, or a VIP version for $224.99 with lifetime access. [email protected] also offers a range of workplace options with a charge per user based on the size of the company.

Grab the App.

Freedom

freedom

When you need to take serious measures to get work done, turn to Freedom. It allows you to not only block your own access from certain distracting websites, but it can also set time limits on your browsing.

Best For: Remote workers who want to try another type of website blocker with scheduling and additional features.

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The basic version of Freedom is free or you upgrade to Freedom Plus for $6.99/month, billed monthly; $2.42/month, billed yearly; or a one-time payment of $129.00 for lifetime access.

Grab it for Chrome.

Automation

Automation may be a big buzzword running around the internet today, but the fact of the matter is, when you can reduce the time (and mental energy) some tasks take, it can free you up for more important things.

I can predict, though, once you start dabbling in automation, it can be hard to stop.

Using these tools you’ll find tons of ways to automate your life that you didn’t even know existed…and now won’t be able to live without.

Zapier

zapier

Zapier is an awesome automation tool that helps you streamline some of those annoying time-consuming tasks online. It works with hundreds of other tools, apps, and programs online, allowing you to link actions between everything from your GMail to Trello.

Best For: Remote workers who want to integrate their apps and automate their work.

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Zapier includes a very limited free version and a starter version between $19.99 and $39.00 per month billed annually. There are four other subscription tiers with their own variant pricing depending on how much Zapping you will be doing!

Grab it for Chrome.

If This Then That

ifttt

IFTTT is another handy automation tool. It includes hundreds of apps to connect not only your business, but your life. My favorite recipe? A text alert when someone on my fantasy football team is injured. Priorities!

Best For: Remote workers looking for an automation tool that includes voice assistants, smart home devices, and mobile applications.

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IFTTT offers a very limited free version but they have an incredible limited time offer where you can set your own premium subscription price and they will honor it indefinitely. Do not miss out on this!

Grab the App.

Social Media

If you’re not on social media, well what exactly are you doing with all that free time?

Seriously though, and speaking of automation, it never hurts to use a couple of tools to manage your message on social. Especially if you are looking to share some of your own content over time.

These tools can help you find the right balance between posting live and sharing from your archives.

Buffer

buffer

Buffer is sort of the ultimate in social media automation. You can link up everything from your Twitter account to your Pinterest boards and schedule specific times of the day and week to share your content.

Best For: Remote workers who need the ultimate social media automation tool.

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Buffer Publish ranges between $15-$99/month billed monthly and $12-$85/month billed annually depending on the size of your team. Buffer Analyze ranges between $35-$50/month billed monthly and $28-$40/month billed annually.

Grab it for Chrome.

Meet Edgar

remote worker tools meet edgar

Another social media sharing tool I love is Edgar. What sets this one apart from the rest is you can keep libraries of past shared content, and also separate your content into categories to share at specific times.

Best For: Remote workers who are looking for a social media app that offers a few more advanced scheduling features.

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The basic version of MeetEdgar is Edgar Lite for freelancers, side hustlers, and growing brands. This includes a seven-day free trial after which it costs $19/month. Additionally, there is the Edgar package for entrepreneurs and small businesses which costs $49/month.

Grab it for Chrome.

HootSuite

remote worker tools hootsuite

When it comes to keeping track of my social media streams, I turn to HootSuite. What’s cool about this tool is it really gives you an all in one option. You can monitor your feeds, schedule, and share content from one place.

Best For: Remote workers who want an all-in-one social media management platform.

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Hootsuite’s free offering allows you to manage up to three social media files and schedule 30 posts in advance. There are four paid options ranging from professional to enterprise, from $29 to $599+ per month.

Grab the App.

Tools for Saving Content

I don’t know about you, but I love to “educate” myself aka wildly procrastinate by reading tons of articles and posts online.

Trouble is, once you get started reading, you suddenly realize it’s two in the afternoon and you haven’t done any of the work you were supposed to do by noon. Whoops.

That’s where these tools are a lifesaver. Now I can save content till my little heart’s content and access it all later when I’m taking a break or need to reference it.

Pocket

pocket

I don’t even remember my life before Pocket came along. This is one of the handful of very special tools I use every single day. Pocket is awesome for saving and tagging content for reading, social sharing, and research.

Best For: Remote workers who want to remain productive and have content saved for viewing later on.

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Pocket does offer a free version which includes saving capabilities. Pocket premium comes with the rest of the features included at a rate of $44.99 paid annually or $4.99 paid monthly.

Grab it for Chrome.

Clippings

clippings kindle

I learned about Clippings from Taylor Pearson. I wanted a way to easily access, organize, and recall notes I made on my Kindle app while reading, and this is the perfect solution.

Best For: Remote workers who love their Kindle looking for an elegant way to collect all of those book notes.

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Download Clippings.io for free. They also offer a $2.00 Chrome extension.

Grab it for Chrome.

Evernote

remote productivity tools evernote

Evernote is one of those indispensable tools. I don’t even know anyone who doesn’t use it, actually, I don’t know if I want to know anyone who doesn’t. With Evernote, you can write content, store and access files, create to-do lists, and a lot more.

Best For: Remote workers who are looking for one of the best classic note-taking apps on the market.

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Evernote’s free version has been described as a “gutted” version of its former self with very limited functionality. That being said, if you are looking for the top note-taking app on the market then the premium offering is your go-to, a personal subscription is available for $7.99/month with a business subscription costs $14.99/month per user.

Grab it for Chrome.

Best Tools for Creating Images Online

The Interwebz is a visual place, so if you aren’t creating images to go with your content (and that includes social media) you might not get a ton of traction.

Thankfully, the days of needing to be a pro in Photoshop aren’t necessary for regular people like you and me.

Now, there are some awesome tools you can use to create kick-ass images for any piece of content you want to put out there online.

Canva

canva

Canva has to be one of my favorite tools. I went from struggling (and I mean struggling) to create images using Photoshop to blasting out tons of content in a snap. Use Canva for social media, blog headers, even presentations.

Best For: Remote workers looking to create images without the hassle.

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The basic version of Canva is free or you upgrade to Canva Pro for $9.95/month per user billed annually. Or $12.95/month per user, billed monthly. Canva also offers an Enterprise package starting at $30.00/month per user.

Grab it for Chrome.

PicMonkey

pic monkey

Just like Canva, PicMonkey is a great tool to use for creating all sorts of awesome images you can share with your content. I love their collage feature, I’ve seen people do some amazing images with it.

Best For: Remote workers looking for more photo editing and creation tools.

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PicMonkey has a basic offering at $7.99/month or $72/year. Their pro offering is $12.99/month or $120/year and their team offer starts at $33.99/month or $300/year.

Grab for Chrome.

Best Security Tools for Remote Workers

You can’t spend any time online thinking at least a little bit about security. This is especially true for you remote workers out there.

Anytime you travel or even work in a coffee shop there is a risk of hacks, or even worse, your equipment getting stolen.

Protect yourself by getting a password tool and a VPN, here are a few recommendations.

Dashlane

dashlane

Once you get into your business, you’re going to discover just how many passwords you’re going to need. It will be virtually impossible to remember them all, that’s what Dashlane is for, they do it for you.

Best For: Remote workers looking for a password management tool with many security extras.

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Dashlane offers a limited free version as well as several paid options. Dashlane offers a pro subscription for $4.99/month billed monthly or $59.99 billed annually. They also offer pro plus for $9.99/month or $119.99 billed annually. There are also family and business subscriptions with a range of pricing options. 

Grab it for Chrome.

LastPass

online tools last pass

Another password manager is LastPass. It allows you to keep track of your passwords, and even share your passwords with others without them seeing the actual password. Perfect for things like tech support and admins.

Best For: Remote workers who are interested in a capable, free password protection tool.

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Lastpass offers a highly capable free subscription. Their paid subscriptions start at $3/month for individuals, $4/month for families, and $3-$8/month per user options for businesses.

Grab it for Chrome.

ProtonVPN

proton vpn

Looking for a VPN to keep your devices protected when outside of your own network? Check out Proton VPN, which allows you to browse anonymously through a proxy network.

Best For: Remote workers who frequently use public networks and desire to protect their IP address from any potential security breach.

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The basic version of Proton VPN is free or you upgrade to Proton Plus for $9.40/month  billed monthly or $112.95 billed yearly.

Check it out.

Best Online Storage Tools

Once you start creating content, you’ll soon realize you’re going to need a place to store it all. Sure, you can save it to your laptop, but what if it crashes?

You don’t even want to think about it, I know.

That’s why I turn to the cloud. I save everything, and I mean everything to the cloud. Not only does it keep my stuff safe from any potential technology disasters, but it also means I can access it from any device, anywhere.

Dropbox

dropbox

One of the most popular cloud storage tools out there is Dropbox. It’s super easy to use, allows you to give access to certain documents to others, or even create shared groups which is pretty cool.

Best For: Remote workers looking for an online storage solution that is not integrated with big tech platforms such as Google Drive.

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Dropbox offers a limited free version and then professional subscriptions start at $16.58/month, billed annually or $19.99/month, billed monthly. Dropbox also offers a variety of business and team subscriptions.

Grab it for Chrome.

Amazon AWS (Amazon S3)

amazon aws

Sean is a huge fan of Amazon Web Services for his cloud storage needs. Just like Dropbox, it’s an easy and super convenient way to store your files, videos, podcasts, and webinar recordings for access anywhere.

Best For: Remote workers who only want to pay for the data they actually use.

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The free version of S3 comes with 5gb of storage. The pricing for Amazon S3 is quite confusingGrab the App. Take a look at this pricing calculator to create a quote based on your needs.

Check it out.

Google Drive

google drive

If you live your life in the Google universe (like I do), then turning to Google Drive for your storage needs is pretty much a no-brainer. It’s also perfect for sharing docs, folders, and projects for group collaboration.

Best For: Remote workers who want a fully integrated storage tool. 

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Google Drive offers a free 15 GB of storage for anyone with a Gmail address. After that Drive costs anywhere from $19.99 billed annually for 100 GB of storage to $99.99 billed annually for 2 TB of storage. There is also a range of business and enterprise pricing options.

Grab for Chrome.

Best Accounting and Invoicing Services

Boo, everyone hates accounting.

Yes, it’s true (sorry my accountant friends). But, it’s a very necessary part of business. If you can’t keep track of your books, you’re not going to get too far in the profit part of it all.

Hand in hand with that is invoicing. You like to get paid, right? Well, use these tools to make sure you do.

FreshBooks

freshbooks

Designed for small businesses, FreshBooks is an easy to use system to help you keep track of your invoices, expenses, and payments all through one simple and attractive interface.

Best For: Remote workers and small business owners who want a user-friendly and automated accounting tool.

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Freshbooks Lite starts at $15.00 per month including 5 billable clients. Freshbooks plus starts at $25.00 per month including up to 50 billable clients. Freshbooks premium starts at $50.00 per month including up to 500 billable clients and you can call them if you need more than that.

Grab the App.

QuickBooks Self Employed

quickbooks self employed

For my accounting software, I’ve been using QuickBooks Self Employed for the past few years. It allows you to link it up to your credit cards, payment processing accounts like PayPal, and lets me see what my quarterly taxes will be so I know what to set aside.

Best For: Remote workers with larger businesses looking for an at-home accounting tool.

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Quickbooks has a 30-day free trial then subscriptions begin at $25/month for a simple start. There is an essential package for $40/month, a pro package for $70/month, and an advanced subscription for $150/month.

Grab the App.

Wave

Wave

wave accounting

The relatively new kid on the block, Wave is making a splash (get it?). This free service is specifically designed for freelancers, small business owners, and entrepreneurs to make accounting and invoicing super easy.

Best For: Remote workers who own a very small business and want an extremely affordable and sophisticated accounting tool.

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Wave offers a unique and generous pricing model. Accounting, invoicing, and receipts are free while credit card and payroll services can be found at these rates.

Grab for Chrome.

Payment Processing

One of my favorite things in the world is getting paid. It’s pretty awesome, right?

When you get started working online you’ll discover getting paid isn’t quite as simple as that monthly direct deposit you had in your 9-5.

Here are a few tools you can use to make sure you’ll get your funds.

Dwolla

dwolla

I really like Dwolla and have been using it for a few years now. It’s really easy to use, the fees are virtually nothing, and it integrates seamlessly into my bank account with zero issues.

Best For: Remote workers looking for an easy seamless payment processing solution.

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Hopefully, Dwolla’s pay-as-you-go subscription fits your needs, otherwise, you are looking at either $2,000/month for the scale package or $10,000/month for the enterprise package.

Grab the App.

PayPal

paypal

If you do anything online that involves getting paid, PayPal is going to be the go-to tool for you to use. It’s pretty easy to use, it’s everywhere, and you can even use it as an invoicing tool as well.

Best For: Remote workers looking for the most globally recognized payment solution. 

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PayPal is free to subscribe and charge a service fee on each transaction.

Grab the App.

Payoneer

payoneer

A third option for getting paid is using Payoneer. What’s cool about this tool is it’s worldwide, working in over 200 countries and in over 150 different currencies. For those outside the US, it’s a great option.

Best For: Remote workers looking for an international third-party payment tool that isn’t PayPal.

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An explanation of Payoneer’s fees can be found here.

Grab the App.

Inbox Management

The Holy Grail of email for many is inbox zero.

While I don’t aspire to those levels, it’s still really important to keep your inbox as de-cluttered as possible, especially when you’re trying to balance personal emails, networking emails, client pitches, and well you get the point.

These tools will help you remove some of the junk and keep your inbox focused on what matters.

SaneBox

sanebox

Tons of remote workers absolutely love SaneBox. It helps you track what emails are unimportant, allows for one-click unsubscribes, and even lets you snooze on emails to come back to them later.

Best For: Remote workers who are wanting to finally take control of their inbox.

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Sanebox offers a free two-week trial and then starts with the Snack subscription for $59.00 per year including one email account. The lunch subscription includes two email accounts for $99.00 per year and the dinner account costs $299.00 per year including four accounts.

Check it out here.

Unroll.me

unroll me

Another tool that’s been designed to remove spam and help you see what emails are clogging up your inbox is Unroll Me. It also lets you see all the unwanted emails in a daily digest with an unsubscribe feature.

Best For: Remote workers looking to organize their inbox and unsubscribe from emails with the click of a button.

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Unroll.me is completely free.

Grab the App.

Best Calendar Apps

You can’t get too far in growing your own brand without having a good handle on your calendar.

For many entrepreneurs, their calendar is the single most important tool that they have for keeping track of their lives.

I’ve gone from someone who never used a calendar, so someone who schedules virtually everything, and it’s made a huge difference.

Google Calendar

google calendar

Live in the Google world, well then you’ve already got a pretty good calendar sitting right at your fingertips with Google Calendar. Use it to keep track of your schedule fright from your email or phone.

Best For: Remote workers looking for the most widely used and integrated calendar tool on the web.

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Google calendar is absolutely free. 

Grab it for Chrome.

Calendly

calendly

Ever have to try to schedule a time to meet with someone? Fifteen emails later, you’re finally set, right? Until now. Use Calendly to easily coordinate times and schedules to book instantly on your calendar.

Best For: Remote workers looking for a great scheduling tool.

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The basic version of Calendly is free or you upgrade to Calendly Premium for $8/month, billed yearly, or $10/month. Calendly Pro costs $12/month, billed yearly, or $15/month.

Grab it for Chrome.

Well, there you have it.

An epic list of tools you can use to help grow your business and take it to the next level. Did I miss any? I’m always on the lookout, so let me know what your favorite tools are in the comments!

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Sean Ogle is the Founder of Location Rebel where he has spent the last 12+ years teaching people how to build online businesses that give them the freedom to do more of the things they like to do in life. When he's not in the coffee shops of Portland, or the beaches of Bali, he's probably sneaking into some other high-class establishment where he most certainly doesn't belong.
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