1) Tool to Remember Passwords for Various Accounts + Extra Account Security | Roboforms
2) File Storage + Easy Way to Share Files for Collaboration | Dropbox
3) Photo Storage + Web Traffic Booster + Photographer Social Network | Flickr
4) Online Resume Host + Job Hunting Tool | LinkedIn
5) Free, Easy, Customizable Online Store Set-Up | Storenvy
6) Service to Help You Build a Gorgeous Stand-Alone Shop + Portfolio | Squarespace
7) Service for Selling Your Artwork Printed on Various Wares | Society6
8) A Space to Sell Your Themed, Curated, Handmade and Vintage Wares | Etsy
9) A Space to Sell a Wide Variety of Random Valuable Wares to a Wide Audience | eBay
10) User-friendly, Easily-Customized Way to Host a Blog | Blogger
11) Easy way to Set Up an Art Portfolio | Other People's Pixels
12) A Pretty, Visual BookMarking Tool + Website Traffic Generation | Pinterest *
13) Blog Reader, Bookmarker, and Blog Traffic Generation | Blog Lovin'
14) Tool to Find the Best Font for a Project (With the ones you already have ) | Wordmark.it
15) Free, Royalty-Free Images | Morgue Files
16) Inexpensive, High Quality, Royalty-Free Images | Dollar Photo
17) High Quality Stock Photos of All Kinds | iStockphoto
18) Document Making, Hosting, and Easy Sharing + Collaborating | Google Documents
19) 100% Free Fonts for Commercial Use | Font Squirrel
20) Free Website Counter and Analytics | Google Analytics
21) Easier Website Domain Name Set-Up | GoDaddy
22) Additional Free Website Visit Counter and Analytics | Statcounter
* I see the merits of it, but I hate Pinterest! Every time I do a craft post I'm asked if I have a Pinterest on which to host my craft posts? No! That's what my blog is for, to host my content. I've met tons of people who think Pintetest creates the content rather than the creators themselves! Boo! Hiss! I know loads of people love it but I'm bitter about it. I feel like it contributes to a lot of content ubiquity as so many content creators copy and compete to keep their photos super "Pinterest sharable."
Do you have any swear-by, go-to aps or websites to share? I'd love to hear them! I've tried many different calendar and task-setting aps and collaboration softwares but I love the tangible tiny real calendar and the simplicity of google documents.