Category Archives: CTO

Stuff We Like: Canva

Canva is one of the best visual tools on the web today. It is a graphic design tool that makes image crafting easy for entrepreneurs, writers, artists, and anyone else with an important web presence. While there’s no shortage of image editors on the web today, Canva stands out for its breadth of options, wide […]

Reading List: Information Doesn’t Want To Be Free

Corey Doctorow’s book, Information Doesn’t Want To Be Free: Laws for the Internet Age isn’t a book that would typically come up in small business discussion. However, it’s filled with ideas that can enlighten and expand your understanding of online business, digital sales, and our modern world as a whole. Unconventional thinking has always been the engine […]

Lewis Croft Links 8: Cloud Storage

Every week or so I post a collection of read-worthy links from my RSS reader. This week I wanted to focus on cloud storage or “The Cloud” as it’s sometimes called. It is a pretty broad term and can be confusing. Here are a few articles to help clarify cloud storage and how you can […]

Stuff We Like: DialPad

DialPad is a quietly remarkable VoIP app that caters specifically to business clients. This sharp focus comes courtesy of an experienced team: the founders created Google Voice, the telephony service that’s connected millions of Google users for years now. Now they’re bringing a whole new level of innovation to the enterprise phone world. Adventurous business […]

Reading List: Remote

Have you ever considered hiring a remote employee? Or allowing your employees to work remotely? Remote: Office Not Required is a book ahead of the curve. Released a few years ago, it speaks to the questions and problems presented across our increasingly remote work culture. When you’re starting your own business, it’s always important to […]

Stuff We Like: Help Scout

Help Scout is a tool that allows your entire team to access the emails they need in a shared inbox. You cannot afford to miss important client emails. Help Scout allows you to create a single point of contact to be used by clients. Many business use to multiple emails for different contacts. Clients need a […]

Lewis Croft Links 6: WordPress

Every week or so we post a collection of read-worthy links. This week is focused around WordPress. This is the most popular platform for building a website. These links provide some introduction to get you going. WordPress.org vs WordPress.com: A Definitive Guide For 2014 – WPMUDEV Blog WordPress.org or WordPress.com? If you’re new to WordPress, […]

Stuff We Like: Buffer

Buffer is a tool designed for managing accounts in social networks. Buffer shares your content at the best possible times throughout the day, meaning during the times when your followers and fans are most active on their respective social medias. This way, you get the most out of each post. If you’re like me, you […]