A HUGE List of Free Resources to help you run a Business from Home. 

Here's a great list of free resources so you can focus on making money instead of spending it.

List of Free Business Resources

1. Free Website

The heart of your home-based business is the website, as there is no physical store. The site allows people to shop for its services and products, make it easier to search through the Web, and pass on valuable information. Personally, I think owning your website (buying a domain name and hosting) is best for you, but it's more solid if you can't afford to buy a website right away. Platform.

There are a few things to keep in mind about the free platform. They are typically limited to a few web pages, bandwidth and storage are limited, and subdomains are often created. If you can afford $ 2.95 per month

2. Free Online Productivity Tools

You'd think as much as I'm online, that I'd rely heavily on online productivity tools, but I don't. As you'll see below, I like to use real-world tools to help me stay organized. But if you prefer online time management tools – here's a great list to keep you on track.

  • Cozi – Simple family organizer

  • ClickBook – offers free online appointment scheduling

  • Doodle – Scheduling application that will sync all of your calendars together – Free for 14-days

  • Google Calendar – Online calendar

  • RescueTime – Time tracker

  • Todoist – Task manager

3. Free Printables

I’m old school when it comes to planning and organizing. In all my personal and business activities, I use diaries, calendars, notebooks and a variety of printed materials. From grocery lists and to-do lists to packing lists, work schedules and business goals. If you are looking for a free printable to organize your business and life, this list has you covered.

4. Free Finance Tools

When I first started my business, I used a spreadsheet for all my income and expenses. In the process, not only manual labor, but also tax regime turns into a nightmare. Save yourself the frustration and use a professional platform. The resources listed below provide solutions for billing, budgeting, planning, accounting and accounting.

5. Free Business Templates

When you are in business, you will find yourself looking for all sorts of forms and patterns that you are not even aware of until a certain situation arises. When the time is right, here are some great resources to bookmark.

  • Bplans – Business plans, proposal templates, startup checklist, and more

  • Elite Blog Academy – Small business start-up cost guide

  • Ryan Robinson – Free freelance proposal template

  • SCORE – Business planning, financial, marketing, and management

6. Free Content and Project Management Systems

When you are a service provider (virtual assistant, freelance writer, graphic designer, etc.), you have to manage many projects and clients. The best way to stay on top of everything is to use a content or project management system to keep you organized.

Airtable – Free spreadsheet and data table management tool
Asana – Project management platform
Basecamp – Project management tool – Free 30-day trial
FreedCamp – Free project management platform
Trello – Online collaboration and management tool
Wrike – Task and project management platform

7. Free Marketing Tools and Platforms 

It is said that you should spend at least 20% of your time marketing your business. With hundreds of methods of marketing your business, you should be able to find the formula that works for you. Here are some free platforms and resources that are worth checking out.

Clearstream – Free SMS marketing (25 messages per month)
Constant Contact – Free 60-day trial (no credit card required)
Craigslist – Free online advertising
Facebook – Free social media marketing platform
EZ Texting – Free 30-day trial
Hootsuite – Free plan includes 3 profiles and 30 scheduled messages per month
Hotcards – 100 free business cards (pickup at their Cleveland Headquarters is free, shipping elsewhere is extra)
HubSpot – Free email signature
Instagram – Free photo-sharing media platform
LinkedIn – Professional social networking website

Metigy – The Ultimate Marketing Tool for SMBs
MailChimp – Free email marketing for up to 2,000 contacts
Mix – Social media bookmarking site
OneSignal – Send out push notifications to 30,000 subscribers for free
Pinterest – A visual marketing platform
Sendinblue – Free email marketing, unlimited contacts, 300 emails per day
SocialBee – Social media scheduler (free 14-day trial)
Survey Monkey – Allows you to gather feedback, collect data, and analyze survey results
Tailwind – Pinterest and Instagram scheduler (free month)
Twitter – Free social media marketing platform
Webpushr – Free push notifications to 50,000 subscribers for free
YouTube – Video marketing













8. Free Administrative Tools

You may already have Microsoft Office on your computer, but if you don't, the yearly subscription can be pricey. Here are some other options that work well and are free.

Cute PDF – PDF conversion tool
GoogleDocs – Word processing, spreadsheets, forms, slides, and more
LibreOffice – Word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, and diagrams
OpenOffice – Word processing, spreadsheets, multimedia presentations, and more
PrimoPDF – Create PDFs for free

9. Free Communication Tools

When you work in an office duty setting it is very funny when you don't even think about the different ways you use every day to communicate with others - technology and The systems are already in place. However, when you run your own business, you will quickly learn that you need a whole host of tools. Fortunately, there are many free and reliable options.

FaxZERO – Fax documents for free, up to three pages, two times per day
FreeConferenceCall.com – Conference and video calls, up to 1,000 people for free
Google Hangouts – Talk to other people over the internet for free
IFTTT – A free tool to get all of your apps and devices communicating effectively with each other
Mikogo – Desktop sharing tool, ideal for web conferencing, online meetings, or remote support
Skype – Free call, video chat, and instant message for Skye to Skype users
TextNow – Free text and call app
WebEx – Free video conferencing free for up to three people
Zoom – Video and web conferencing service (free up to 100 individuals)

10. Free Design Tools and Stock Images

As an entrepreneur, you will play many roles. Often this is the role of a graphic designer. But don't worry, you don't need any special training to create professional-looking images, presentations and marketing materials; These tools are free and easy to use.

Burst – Free stock photos
Canva – Simple design platform and photo editor
COLOURlovers – Color ideas, palates, patterns, and trends
Dreamstime – Stock photos and images
FontSquirrel – Free fonts for commercial usage
FreePhotos.cc – Free stock photos
Morguefile.com – Free stock photos for commercial use
OpenShot – Free video editing software
Pexels – Free stock photos
PicMonkey – Free 7-day trial
Pixabay – Over 600,000 free images and videos
ResizeImage.net – Resize images without losing quality
Unsplash – Free stock photos
Wix – Free logo maker

















Are you ready to earn money from home this year. One last note about free trade services. A time will come when your time will be more valuable than saving a few dollars. So as you grow, invest in the right tools that will ultimately save you time and money; Since free often has limitations

Good luck with your new business!

Do you have a free resource or business tool you can't live without? Email us below, we would like to know what you are using.


Leaving the security of a job with a steady salary to launch a new business can be a terrible attempt. Even if you plan and save 6 months on living costs, it often takes months to make money from your business

And guess what?

Even if you don't have the money, there are costs to keep your business running smoothly. But don't despair. With so many free tools, resources, guides, and prints, you don't have to pay for it.

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