You’ve got a to-do list that feels like it’s never going to be to-done. There are plenty of apps out there to make your life easier … but who has the time to find them?
We do, actually. Here are three of our top picks for agents looking to boost their efficiency, whether that means keeping better track of sales goals or just getting a handle on paperwork. Your biggest problem now might be what to do with all your new-found free time.
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Sales Calls on Fire
For: Apple devices
The good news about your job? You’re basically your own boss. The bad news? Uh, you’re basically your own boss. No one’s going to stop you from playing Ruzzle all day, but word games don’t exactly pay the bills. That’s where Sales Calls on Fire comes in. Punch in your sales goals and their respective timelines, and the app will track your progress toward selling success. There’s no better motivator than a screen reminding you how many (or how embarrassingly few) sales calls you’ve made today. Bonus: Tapping the app’s heart icon pulls up inspiring sales-related quotes and tips.
For: Apple and Android devices
It’s tough to commit to going paperless in an industry that requires so many forms — and signed ones at that. Downloading the SignNow app, though, could help you significantly reduce your paper supply order. App users can upload PDFs and documents from email, Dropbox and other accounts and then fill them out and sign them with just a finger. The finished document can then be emailed to anyone (or saved to a free SignNow account), no printing, scanning or faxing needed. Sorry, paper company guy.
Print n Share
For: Apple devices
Okay, so we just made fun of the paper guy. But let’s face it: sometimes you just need something printed out on good old-fashioned tree pulp. Print n Share lets you send emails, pictures, contacts and documents from your phone or tablet to any wireless printer. Or you can send tablet print jobs through your desktop to most other kinds of printers — without having to touch your Mac or PC — by installing additional (free!) software.
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