Entrepreneur’s guide to Web 2.0

Once upon a time, if you wanted book-keeping software, a word processor or a customer relationship management database, you’d have to go out and buy some (expensive) software which you’d then have to install on your computer.

One of the great things about the whole Web 2.0 thing is that hundreds of companies have sprung up offering these kind of services online — and often for no charge. (Indeed, my Ready to Go Newsletters is almost Web 2.0 — it’s free and you sign up for it online.)

There are all sorts of other applications the web has made possible that make communication, planning, accounting and organizing a whole lot easier.

Today Rich McIver sent me his list of 25 useful Web 2.0 sites — it includes applications that will make your life as a business owner easier.

Take a look at: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Web 2.0: Top 25 Apps to Grow your Business