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Top 10 Websites Management Professional must Use by Priya Kesharwani

Top 10 Websites Management Professional must Use

by @Priya Kesharwani

1. Instagram

Instagram is a photo and video sharing social networking service. The app allows users to upload media that can be edited with filters and organized by hashtags and geographical tagging. Posts can be shared publicly or with pre approved followers. Users can browse other users' content by tag and location, view trending content, like photos, and follow other users to add their content to a personal feed.

2. Facebook

Facebook is an online social media and social networking service. Facebook can be accessed from devices with Internet connectivity, such as personal computers, tablets and smartphones. After registering, users can create a profile revealing information about themselves. They can post text, photos and multimedia which are shared with any other users who have agreed to be their "friend" or, with different privacy settings, publicly.

3. Coursera

Coursera provides massive open online courses across a plethora of topics in association with some of the best universities and organisations in the world. They have a mix of free and paid courses that offer the highest quality of education to enrolled students.

4. Wikipedia

There's probably not a single internet user who hasn't landed on a Wikipedia page at least once. But, because we only visit a Wiki page when we're looking for something specific, we forget the magnitude of the site as an information hub. It has detailed information on virtually every topic you can imagine and its main page lists the day's news, interesting facts, featured articles, and an ‘on this day’ feature that makes for good reading.

5. Quora

A question-and-answer site that relies on its vast user base to ask queries and provide answers, Quora is good place to find out something new, find solutions to your problems, or answer someone else's queries.


6. ZenPen

A minimalist writing tool that eliminates all distractions and allows you to focus only on writing. It has a few necessary features — you can add URL links and change the text to bold and italic — but nothing else.

7. LinkedIn

The world's most popular social network for working professionals, LinkedIn is one platform where you should definitely establish a strong presence if you haven't already done so.

8. SquareSpace

Having a personal website or a blog can be invaluable for professionals today. SquareSpace is an easy to use website builder, hosting service, and domain name registrar where you can create your own website or blog in a few minutes.

9. WordPress

WordPress is the most popular website management and blogging platform on the web with over 60 million websites benefitting from its services. A free and open-source content management system (CMS), WordPress is the best place to go if you can quickly set up a website or blog.

10. Glassdoor

Find jobs, read company reviews, get salary estimates, discover interview tips and more at this indispensable site for working professionals. And since they source information from employees, their data is accurate and trustworthy.


     Good Websites for MBA Professionals

1. Google Drive

Like collaboration? Invite as many people as you want to contribute to your docs (spreadsheets, presentations, or even surveys), or set them to private so they’re just yours.

2. Coffitivity

What is it about a coffee shop that gives you such laser focus? Coffitivity streams the background noises of a coffee shop so you can get your creativity A-game on.

3. Remember the Milk

A to-do list manager with several key bonuses: You can sync it with your all your devices, share tasks with others, and get email or text reminders of things you need to get done

4. Wunderlist

Wunderlist is the ultimate to-do list manager for your professional and personal life.

5. HabitBull

Forming a new habit isn’t easy, so HabitBull helps you keep track to make it a little bit easier.

6. Evernote

Evernote helps you remember everything using text, photo or audio notes, and clippings of websites.

7. Pocket

Don’t have time to read that great post your friend just put on Twitter? Send it to Pocket where you’ll be able to read it later—even offline on your phone while you’re commuting home.

8. Codecademy

Codecademy breaks down learning to code into small, manageable lessons, so you don’t need hours to get started. Even better news? It’s free

9. Pinterest

Don’t count Pinterest out if you’re not planning your wedding—there are endless creative possibilities to browse and discover. Get inspired by anything from tech and gadgets to travel destinations

10. Meetup

The perfect site for anyone looking to expand their network and meet people who they actually have something in common with.

Priya Kesharwani [MBA]

Marketing Manager

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