SIX APPS THAT CAN HELP YOUR DEPARTMENT, COMPANY, OR ORGANIZATION TELL YOUR STORY

 

apps to help grow your business
 
1. Salesforce
Everyone must have a data hub to capture their data. Salesforce has powerful and robust tools to help companies and organizations with their CRM management. We personally love salesforce to keep customers and groups categorized to help in communication.
 
2. Dropbox
When communicating your story, everyone must have…..PICTURES! Pictures, they say, are worth a thousand words, and, when it comes to social media, photos can often determine if your content will even get read! Everyone needs a good place to store this content for habitual use, and dropbox is a great option.
 
3. Teleprompter
In communicating your stories in the 21st century, more people are preferring videos over traditional emails. We have found this app to be a great resource to help clearly communicate using the medium of video to clarify your points!
 
4. Zoom
In today’s workplace there has also been a growing shift, remote working! How are companies best collaborating if they are not in the office? They are using great apps like Zoom. This app allows people to hold virtual meetings, share screens, and easily collaborate!
 
5. Asana
In telling your story via marketing there are multiple projects going on at once. If you are having trouble delegating out responsibilities to teammates or holding each other accountable, this can be a great app to make you and your team more productive with project management! Their slogan sums it up: everyone knows what needs to get done, who’s responsible for doing it, and when it’s due!
 
6. Instagram/Facebook/LinkedIn
Traditional social media is still the power source to share your stories. With billions of people within these networks, storytellers must have a good presence on these platforms.

I hope these apps can continue to make your company or organization better at telling your unique story! In closing, we will leave you with a quote from Seth Godin discussing today’s marketplace: “Marketing is no longer about the stuff that you make, but about the stories you tell.”  Let’s all tell a story, not just about success, but also significance!