The last post that I want to write about using the Cloud for your sales and marketing efforts has to do with using Google Drive.
I would guess that this is the most ubiquitous of the three programs I have mentioned in my previous posts, although all three are very well known and used by perhaps millions of people.
Google Drive has one very compelling advantage, in that it is free. There is a business class set up, but most small timers are served well by the free version. It has many useful features and several ways to organize your documents. The search function is powerful and helpful if you can’t find the document that you want. If you know some of the content, or know something else unique to the file you can search and find what you’re looking for. Continue reading “Google Drive and the Cloud”
Yesterday I posted a tease about using the Cloud to organize the sales and marketing efforts. I have used three apps to accomplish that purpose over the last several years.
- Google Drive
There are many more that could be considered, but these are perhaps the most successful locations, and they are what I know best, so …
Each of these three Apps has advantages and disadvantages. They all have a much different slant on the utilization of the Cloud to capture and retain your documents and data. It’s not that any one of them is better. Rather the issue is purpose and use – why a particular App is more suited to your needs. Each of these three Apps is well polished and has been out there for a while. Each has a hugh following and perhaps you already use one or more of them.
Let’s go over some aspects of each App. I will break this down into individual posts for your consideration. Continue reading “The Cloud and Evernote”