The Fifteen Apps to Increase Your Productivity
In finance there is a metric called ROA or return on assets which is an indicator as to how profitable a company is. Think of yourself as a company and your phone as one of your assets. If you can start using your phone to generate income or help you generate income your phone is going to increase your net worth. For example an app called Talon will actually optimize your tweets instead of scrolling through countless numbers of tweets from people you follow.
The App Buffer:
Again, you need to be on the go with your Twitter account and you need to be tweeting in your sleep. So how do you tweet in your sleep? Well, simply by using the Buffer app. It will help you to schedule your activities in all your networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and more in advance. This is useful for when you are working on a service or even a product design and want to spread your awareness further on the web without doing all the real time work.
Releasing timed tweets can help you stay in touch with customers in different time zones and provide the illusion you are productive around the clock. A majority of the other apps on the list are all about maximizing your time and how you share information with your associates or friends. Anything to maximize your time allows you to focus on growing your business or killing it at work. Time is the one resource that we can’t get more of.
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About Shaun Archer Tatum Shaun works in corporate finance in New York City. He has done financial consulting for several start-ups and has worked at several Fortune 500 companies. He has contributed several finance/investing articles on Seeking Alpha which have been published on Yahoo! Finance.