Seven Tools For Clear Communication



Technology has changed how we communicate, unlocking potential partnerships that in the past would have been too difficult to consider.

These seven tools all play an important role in modern communication.

1. Basecamp

The ultimate project management and communications tool, Basecamp “helps you wrangle people with different roles, responsibilities and objectives toward a common goal: finishing a project together.”

2. Trello

Task management made easy, Trello means you can “drop the lengthy email threads, out-of-date spreadsheets, no-longer-so-sticky notes, and clunky software.”

3. Asana

An alternative to Trello, Asana is another useful way of delegating tasks and keeping track of what’s needed – and when.

4. Skype

“We’ll Skype you.” When the shorthand term for video calls is your brand name, you know things are going well.

5. Google Hangout

Group video and voice calls made easy, Google Hangouts allows up to 10 people join the same conversation.

6. GoToMeeting

A simple way to share your screen, GoToMeeting offers presentations straight from your tablet or computer to clients and prospects around the world.

7. Boeing 737

Air travel has never been more accessible and, when it comes to the crunch, nothing beats face-to-face communication. Get ready for take off.


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