This is where links to free and premium resources on the Web await intrepid entrepreneurs, freelancers, and other people who just might change the world.

Writer Shack owes a lot to Google's free blogging service. On top of letting users create customizable blogs, Blogger spices up the service with its analytics and ad support, two essential perks for just about any online entrepreneur. >>

There are many reasons to visit and subscribe to their services. People who wish to learn new proficiencies or hone their existing skills, for example, can choose from thousands of online courses offered on the site. From computer programming to industrial design, this online learning portal connects subject matter experts and students in flexible training environments. >>

Freelance Switch brings all the resources indie workers need in one central place. Get updated on trends in the freelancing world and learn winning tactics from industry veterans. Adopt effective time management approaches and get a whiff of job opportunities. Among the most insightful and finely crafted portals for the freelancing community, this site is an eye-and-brain candy that remains a top personal favorite.  >>

Intrepid innovators with a bent towards the business side of creativity wouldn't want to miss the valuable insights and resources that can be found in this ultimate hub for entrepreneurs. From funding sources to step by step guides in managing a business, empowers small to medium scale business owners on how to navigate and win in the increasingly competitive but delightfully promising business landscape.  >> 

The bread and butter of thousands of entrepreneurs and freelancers around the world. Elance connects human talent and creativity with individuals and organizations who need them.  >>

This nifty tool from the Internet giant allows individuals and teams to create, edit, and collaborate on just about any type of business document--spreadsheets, presentations, reports, and forms. It's free, effective and easy to use. The downloadable files on Writer Shack use the Google Docs interface. >>

AWeber lets you create and manage mailing lists to build meaningful and sustained relationships with your customers. AWeber is a multi-awarded service and is considered a thought leader in small business communications. >>

GIMP is a free, open source graphics creation and manipulation software. Any small business still realigning its financial bearings can forego costly software license costs and still serve up compelling rich media content. >>
A number of free and paid accounting software are available for small businesses. One of the best is Intuit's Quickbooks, with its host of advanced features and add ons. The software is popular among business owners who have no or very little accounting backgrounds. >>

An outstanding and free personal finance platform available in a web variant as well as mobile apps for iOS and Android. More than 7 million people--including crack freelancers and entrepreneurs--use Mint to centralize and manage budgets and set financial targets. >>

Freeagent helps small businesses and freelancers send timely and professionally packaged invoices to their customers. This web application also helps users track budget and expenses.>>

Launched in 2004, Basecamp has been helping thousands of businesses manage various kinds of projects. Among the best project management tools available, Basecamp is trusted by millions of users and is an effective tool for collaboration, progress tracking, and customer satisfaction. >>


Paypal is an award-winning online payment solution that enables people to pay or get paid online safely and easily. Any ecommerce business will need a Paypal interface on its site. >>
One of the sleekest and coolest looking productivity apps around, Subernova is an outstanding project management tool that is available as a web, iPhone, and iPad application. With a built-in time tracker and invoice management interface, Subernova is a surprisingly effective all-in-one gear for freelancers and small businesses.. >>