10 Top Tools for Every Online Job!

Online Jobs are bit different than your regular 9 to 5 jobs. In online jobs you need to know more because it is very technical.

So we help you by giving 10 tools that will make your online job very easy.

Why You Need Tools Especially for Online Jobs

There could be many reasons why would you need certain kinds of tools to make your job easy.

However these are some reasons you may need these tools :

Better Planning: You have to plan better for online jobs you are working with hence you need certain kinds of tools. They help you to plan in a way that you know what’s in the store for next week or even a month.

Save Time: Online jobs are very tedious, you have to do many things at a given time. Hence you have to be a multitasker.

You can’t procrastinate things for next day because you will be wasting your time. Hence certain online tools can help you in saving a lot of time.

Connectivity: These tools are great when it comes to connectivity. Nature of online jobs is different than other jobs.

Here your clients or employees could be anywhere in the world and you have to connect with them. Hence you need certain tools that can do it easily.

Great Research: In an online job you need to create great content. Hence your research about a particular topic must be thorough.

Some of the tools mentioned below can help you in creating content which is of high quality because of the amount of research that has gone into it.

Tactical Advantage, More Productivity: These tools give you tactical advantage which means more productivity. You can do a lot of stuff in short period of time.

This increases your revenue.

Free of Cost: Most of these tools are free of cost. You can use them as you like. However for better results you can always go premium.

So these are some of the main reasons every online job worker needs some tools. And if you are still not working on any online job, you may want to check here on MoneyConnexion a list of popular online jobs.

10 Top Tools for Every Online worker!


  1. Dropbox


The first most important tool is Dropbox. The best thing about the dropbox is anyone from anywhere can upload all his work at one place.

If you are an employee or an employer online then Dropbox could really make things easy for you.

It is easy to install and you have complete admin right to give access to your employees.

You can manage all types of documents from one place. The service is free up to 16GB for limited space but if you need extra space because of nature of your work then can go for premium.

  1. Google Docs

Second tool in our list is Google Docs. Google Docs is also like Dropbox where you can save your data online.

So both of them are all about cloud computing.

In Google docs you can create documents like word document, excel spreadsheet, even PowerPoint presentations and share it online.

You can manage how you want to give access to other co workers or employees, who all can share it and who all can’t.

In Dropbox you put document in a folder and share it, however in Google Docs you can use applications similar to MS office and share it online.

  1. Trello

Next must have online tool in our list is Trello.

You simply can’t miss this tool because it will make your online job so enjoyable.

Trello replaces the use of sticky notes.

It is the visual way of organizing anything with anyone with great flexibility.

You can drag and drop lengthy email threads or excel spreadsheet or a work document on your desktop and see the progress.

You just have to glance the desktop to see updates of different ongoing projects.

Moreover it is free.

  1. Skype, HipChat and Google Hangout

Online jobs like tutoring or consulting needs face to face contact with your clients or employees.

However, it is not possible that you can meet them in person. Therefore you can organize a conference online via Skype or Google Hangout.

It is easy to install and it is free if other side is also using Skype on their desktop or laptop.

You save a lot of money on phone calls and even it cuts down your travelling expenses.

  1. Evernote

To an extent Evernote is also like Trello but there are differences.

Here you can plan your tasks so that you get maximum productivity.

Use Evernote of creating and prioritizing list of jobs that you want to do in a day.

What differentiates Evernote from Trello is in Evernote you can do all your research in one place.

This helps you creating great content.

Basic is free but you want more features then go for paid one.

  1. Twitter and Tweet Deck

In online jobs you follow a lot of people associated with your job.

You get your news and other important content through Twitter. In fact Twitter is more like RSS or Feeds.

You can easily manage up to a list of 200 to 500 people on Twitter. It will really help you creating content where a lot of research work is needed.

You can have separate columns of individuals using Tweet Deck.

  1. Fiverr and Upwork

Online jobs could be of wide range like writing, designing logos, coding and other freelancing jobs.

Although there are many sites that offer freelancing jobs but two of them are most important, Fiverr and Upwork.

Here you can find all kinds of online freelancing jobs at one place.

They are absolutely genuine and you will definitely get a deal here.

They offer you a wide range of work that you can choose according to your skills.

These two websites are very important tools for online jobs.

  1. Feed Demon, Feedly and Kindle Reader

After the demise of Google Reader we had no choice. Still there is no good software that can replace Google Reader.

However, you can use Feed Demon or Feedly.

If you have to do research for creating great content then you need to read a lot and you can’t do this by going to every website because it is so time consuming.

So best way to use is RSS or Feeds and Feed Demon from Mircrosoft is still the best one. You can install it and look for Feeds.

You can also use Feedly which is an online service.

Kindle Reader will help you to make reading pleasurable. It is also a handy tool.

  1. Buffer

Buffer Apps very important for managing social media. Today every online job involves social media.

Buffer helps you to share on social media quite easily. You can plan all your tweets, posts etc in advance.

It saves you a lot of time and money.

  1. Agile Bits

The final online tool that you must have is Agile Bits.

It is basically a password manager. It will save you a lot of time because you can sync and share passwords with anyone who can access.

Agile Bits is also much secured to use.

So these were 10 tools that will allow you to plan ahead, increase productivity, save time and money.

27 thoughts on “10 Top Tools for Every Online Job!”

  1. Hey Enstine,
    Thanks For Share this awesome tool For online job. Here am working on Freelancer it is very easy to get online data entry jobs. Now am Learning about More skill to get more online job. Thanks For supporting us

  2. Hey, Pritam.
    Such a great article you have shared with us. Really helpful, all these tools are the must for the online workers.
    Dropbox and Google Docs are the must for every online job. I personally use Google docs.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Wowww, awesome article to share. These ten tools are just superb! Keep up with the good work. You have mentioned the right reasons that why we need these tools for our online work. These tools are just bang on. Keep blogging!!

  4. Awesome share..

    Thanks for sharing this useful list of tools, these tools are much more helpful for online workers.

    I have used Evernote and its just awesome. I have used Dropbox and Google Docs that are really very helpful to save files.

    Thanks and regards..

  5. Thanks for sharing nice list of tools, this tools are much more helpful for online workers.

    As per my personal experience, Dropbox and Google Docs are really very helpful to save files.

  6. Thank you Pritam for your good post. These tools are very necessary for online worker. For online job there are no alternative of these tools. Again thanks for sharing this.

  7. Hey Pritam Nagrale !!!!

    Its good to read your article.I really impress by it.I appreciate it.The points that you have mentioned for the online work are very beneficial. Whenever is start any online work i will definitely remember all the points that you have describe in your content.

    keep posting such article.
    Have a great day..!!

  8. My bet is that most people, like myself, have only heard of a handful of these super amazing tools. There is no doubt that these tools and platforms are invaluable for the online job environment.

  9. Hi Pritam! That’s a nice list you’ve got. Since, you have prepared list of tools for online job. I would like to suggest Slack. It’s a very handy communication tool and also use of a time tracking tool for measuring productivity. Since, it’s online job we need to be aware of how we make use of our time.

  10. Thanks Pretty good collection of portals. Automating work always helps us to spend spared time elsewhere to produce more creative things.

  11. Hi Pritam,

    In online job we highly need some tools to make our life easier. Dropbox and Google Docs are very helpful tools which many of us use in our daily online life. I too use these good tools for backing up my content and docs etc.

    However, thanks lot for sharing a useful post with us.

    Happy blogging.

  12. I use google docs to save file.

    And other software like Skype, buffer is my every day need software.

    Some other software and website I didn’t use but I use the ulternate website and software.

    Thanks for share some tools for online job.

  13. Hi Enstine and Pritam!

    Good list of tools here, I use a lot of them myself and they certainly save me a ton of time and energy. It’s amazing how many new tools are popping up on the market so I know things will get even easier from here on out.

    Now that I think about it, I couldn’t imagine how I’d be able to run my business without some of the cloud-based platforms like Dropbox and Google Docs… I transfer far too many files to and from freelancers and these solutions make it so simple.

    If anyone reading this hasn’t taken the time to see where they can implement these tools.. it’s time to get to it!

    – James McAllister

  14. Hello Pritam,

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful list of online tools. I personally using some of these tools like dropbox, google docs and buffer and will try others as well.


    Subha Sadiq

  15. Hey bro,
    These tools are really beneficial for bloggers tool. I use Buffer to save my time on social media sharing. However, I am using most of the tools that you have mentioned in this post. Agile beats is new to me. I would really love to try it once because I am really struggling to manage the passwords online. You gave me a good solution through this tool.

    Keep helping us readers through your blog pots. Great work bro….


  16. Hey Enstine,
    One of the best tools is Evernote, where helps develop important tech skills valuable in future workplace settings. If Blogger uses it with guidance, they can improve research and organization skills and learn to better manage digital information.

  17. Hi Enstine Muki and Pritam,

    Great tools for online job indeed!
    I never think that these tools will help you to use in online job. It’s really amazing especially free lancing tools.

    Thansk Pritam for sharing such interesting tools with us.
    Areesha Noor!

  18. Thanks for sharing these tools! I heard of the top 4 but I never heard of the rest and I’ll check them out now. I mainly use Google Docs, I don’t like using too many different tools, it creates clutter… Nevertheless, thanks for the share!

  19. I use both Dropbox and Google Docs all time. It helps me save important files and docs as well as help me write articles and save it online to edit later. It’s needed tool for most of us.

    • Hi Alize,

      You are right, Dropbox and Google Docs are really very helpful to save files. Some time we face problem in our Computer hard disk but this online hard disk is very safe place to save some important files.

  20. Hi Enstine, Pritam,

    You listed out great reasons why we need these tools for our online work and I must say they are spot on.

    Out of all the tools you listed, I use Evernote, Buffer, Dropbox, Twitter, Skyke, Hangout and Dropbox.

    I’ve heard of the others except for the Agile Bits. I think I’ll try the Agil Bits because sometimes I find it difficult remembering the passwords for my different accounts.

    Thanks Enstine for having Pritam share this useful post with us.

    Have a great day you both.

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