Free Business Applications

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Free Video Chat and Video Conference

I am always amazed at the number of free business tools on line to the point that I wonder what the heck is the catch. Well, there is no catch 22, it’s simply a company allowing individuals like us to take advantage of the tools they offer. The Internet is full of free tools to help entrepreneurs start, run and grow their business for next to zero dollars. It will cost you some time and an Internet connection. It gives small businesses the opportunity to put themselves out there and compete with the big boys, it allows your company to look like one of the big boys. For example, an entrepreneur can build a website easily with various blogging and web design options. A business can manage calenders, clients and projects using different collaborative and project management software for FREE! Type in the name of the service from the list below on Google for a direct links to the website.


Dimdim open source web conferencing application. Free basic service

I Want Sandy keep track of daily detail

Jott voice to text for creating notes, list, emails and text messages

Ooovoo video messaging

Paltek group IM, chat and video call

YouSendIt send files up to 2GB


Adrive 50GB online storage and backup

JZip data compression

Mozy 2GB online, data and remote backup solution


BizEquity company valuations

Mint personal finance, money management, budget for small business

MyBizHomePage financial dashboard for small business

Quickbooks small business accounting software free download

Wesabe financial advice, analysis and planning


Audacity open source software for cross platform audio recording

Blip.TV video blogging, podcasting and video sharing

DroShots radio network for users to host their own shows

Feedburner media distribution services for blogs and RSS feeds

Fix My Movie video enhancement service

Paint.NET image and photo editor

Phixr picture and photo editor

Seemic video conversation platform

SlideShare share and embed slide-shows

VideoSpin video editing software


Blogger blog publishing tool

Craigslist online classifieds and job posting board

CollectiveX create social networking and collaboration sites for groups

Entrepreneur Connect Entrepreneur social networking site

Linkedln business social networking

Pligg open source

PolicyMap geographic and demographic information system for creating custom maps, tables and charts

YouNOodle networking for start-ups and valuation

Your Pitch Sucks? PR pitch reviewing and advising

Office Productivity/Organizational

Adobe Buzzword collaborative workd processor

CutePDF PDF Creator

Dabble DB Online databases/share

Doodle schedule and coordinate meetings

Freshbooks invoicing, time tracking and expense service

Google Calendar schedule organizer

Google Docs word processor

OpenOffice word processing and spreadsheet

Stikkit reminder service

SurveyMonkey custom surveys

ThinkFree office productivity suite

WuFoo HTML builder for interactive forms

ZoHo office tools

Project Management/Collaboration

LogMeln remote support and access digital information project management

Remember the Milk task management

SocialText wiki and website collaboration

Team Task project management and community website builder

Yugma web meeting and collaboration


Adeona laptop tracking

BitDefender virus scanner

ZoneAlarm firewall protection from hackers and threats


KickApps social features into a website

Microsoft Office Live Small Business create a company website, domain and email

Synthasite web hosting and building

Weebly website and blog creator

Widgebox web widgets for various applications

Woopra web tracking and analysis application

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  • Sean

    Hey, thanks for a very useful list. You didn’t give any links though. Was it on purpose? As for productivity apps, I think almost all the paid tools like Zoho, Basecamp, Wrike, etc. have a free version, but it’s either limited or very difficult to find and access. We use Wrike for project management in our company and I guess we could have free accounts, but then we wouldn’t have any SSL security, which is not an option for us. So I guess, sometimes it’s alright to pay a few bucks, if it’s really worth it.

  • geekgirl

    Thanks for the reply…no it wasn’t done on purpose. I wanted to get the list up and was having a very burned out day. I was being lazy…I will come back and put links in the list. Thanks for the tip…love love trying new stuff!