What websites are out there to help you professionally?

99 Sites That Every Professional Should Know About and Use

Because there is an infinite amount of websites, tools, and resources available on the internet, it may be difficult to choose which ones are worth your time. As a result of the fact that we are aware of how busy you are, we have done the research and selected 99 websites that are certain to be of use to both your personal life and your professional life.

These websites will alter the way you do things, inspire you, and, well, just blow your mind in general. They provide anything from suggestions for increasing your productivity to locations where you may go when you need a diversion.


1. Trello

Trello allows you to organize all of your thoughts and tasks, as well as maintain tabs on when they are due and what you are currently working on, all in one place. In addition, it has a good appearance; you may compare it to the Pinterest of to-do lists.


2. Google Drive

Enjoy working with others? You may choose to make your documents (spreadsheets, presentations, or even surveys) public and let as many people as you want contribute to them, or you can make them private and keep them all to yourself.


3. Coffitivity

What is it about being at a coffee shop that allows you to concentrate like a laser? Coffitivity is an app that allows you to boost your creative potential by playing the ambient sounds of a coffee shop in the background while you work.


4. FaxZero

Because nobody enjoys using fax machines, FaxZero enables you to send and receive faxes from your email account.


5. RescueTime

You are able to keep track of how you use your time on your computer and mobile devices with the help of RescueTime. (The truth, no matter how unpleasant it may be, is always essential.)


6. Unroll.me

You know all those email newsletters that you signed up for inadvertently, but you never actually bother to read them, right? You may clean up your email by using this website.


7. Don't Forget About the Milk

A manager for your to-do lists that comes with numerous useful additional features, including the ability to synchronize it with all of your devices, to collaborate on projects with other people, and to get reminders of things you need to do through email or text message.


8. Wunderlist

Your personal and professional lives will run much more smoothly with the help of Wunderlist, the best to-do list organizer available.


9. HabitBull

The process of developing a new habit is not simple; nevertheless, HabitBull assists you in keeping track of your progress in order to make it somewhat simpler.


10. Evernote

Evernote is a tool that allows you to remember anything by taking notes in the form of text, photos, or audio as well as by clipping webpages.


11. Hemingway

What impression does that email (or any of your work, for that matter!) leave with the people who read it? Simply enter the information into our innovative software to get the breakdown.


12. Feedly

Feedly is the best RSS reader available on the market right now, and it is the place to go to stay current on anything new from all of your preferred online publications and blogs.


13. Pocket

You simply can't find the time to read that fantastic post that your buddy made on Twitter, can you? Send it to Pocket, where you'll be able to read it at a later time – even when you're not connected to the internet on your phone while you're driving home!


14. TaskRabbit

You may free up time in your calendar with the assistance of TaskRabbit, which makes it simple to delegate any activity—from running errands to organizing the specifics of your next vacation—that you don't really want to undertake.


15. IFTTT

IFTTT is an acronym that stands for "if this then that," and it is a service that allows various applications, internet programs, and services communicate with one another to make your life much simpler. Imagine receiving a text message with the day's forecast each morning or having your images uploaded to Dropbox without you having to do anything.


16. Lifehacker

The folks at Lifehacker are continuously coming up with answers to issues that people don't even realize they have. You should have no trouble finding whatever it is that you're looking for in this section, whether it be solutions to common technological problems or expert advice on improving your productivity.


17. ZocDoc

Appointment setting with medical professionals is one of those tasks that never quite seems to be completed. Through its online appointment scheduling and management capabilities, ZocDoc makes it easy to take care of one's health and wellbeing.


18. Handy

Do you need some assistance around the house? Using Handy, booking services such as cleaners, plumbers, movers, and others like them online is quick and straightforward.


19. Seamless

Seamless is there for you with very efficient online ordering for takeaway, so whether you're stuck at the office late or simply don't feel like cooking when you get home, Seamless has you covered.


20. CreativeLive

This website broadcasts live courses taught by highly skilled individuals in a variety of creative fields, making it an excellent resource for anybody looking to start a new creative pastime or further their creative career.


21. Duolingo

This "App of the Year" from Apple will assist you in learning a new language at no cost to you. If you are really busy, which we are well aware you are, this is an excellent one for your commute, a few minutes during your lunch break, or even in between commercials on a day when you just want to relax and watch TV.


22. Eventbrite

Eventbrite is one of the go-to locations for us to find out about upcoming conferences and events, which is why we speak a lot about how important it is to grow professionally and build professional relationships.


23. The Conference Snacks

You know those pithy remarks that a speaker makes at a conference that leave you feeling genuinely motivated? Conference Bites compiles all of that information for you.


24. Skillcrush

The belief held by Skillcrush, namely that having digital skills will be beneficial to you no matter what you do, is absolutely correct. The free email bootcamp provided by the website is an excellent approach to improve your technical abilities.


25. Skillshare

Skillshare offers seminars on a wide variety of topics, ranging from HTML to branding to fashion design. Because the lessons follow a project-based style and are led by experienced instructors, we are certain that you will never find yourself bored.


26. Codecademy

Codeacademy condenses the process of learning to code into short, easily digestible tutorials, which means you won't have to spend hours getting started. Even excellent news? It is at no cost.


27. Coursera

You may be sure that Coursera provides you with access to high-quality education since it has classes taught by Yale, Stanford, and other prestigious institutions. The classes last for a few weeks and are free of charge.


28. ALISON

ALISON stands out from the crowd of other online learning centers because it gives users the opportunity to participate in courses offered by prestigious publishers like Google and Microsoft. There is a wide range of possible topics for courses, from online company growth to project management.


29. Udemy

There are both free and paid online lessons available on a wide variety of topics available via Udemy. There is a reliable scoring system, which means that even if the paid lessons might be expensive, you can be confident that you are receiving your money's worth.


30. Mediabistro

Media professionals or anyone interested in entering the business will find Mediabistro to be an excellent resource on a wide variety of topics, including event organizing, travel writing, and grammar.


31. edX

edX adopts a worldwide perspective on education by enabling students to enroll in courses provided by educational institutions located in a variety of countries (and even possibly receive academic credit!).


32. TED

Do you need a significant amount of motivation? Visit TED to listen to motivational lectures given by individuals who are making a huge difference in the world. These presentations will serve as the ideal spark to keep you working on whatever it is that you are passionate about.


33. Sporcle

When it comes to putting your knowledge to the test on the internet, Sporcle is still the site to beat. You can find a quiz on almost any subject conceivable, and doing so is a really enjoyable method to acquire new knowledge (and also to challenge your co-workers to see who knows more about obscure TV references or countries of the world).


34. Lumosity

Lumosity functions much like a fitness center for your brain. You'll be able to keep your brain in shape and even enhance some functions, such as memory, problem solving, and thinking on your feet, by playing the entertaining games on our website.


35. Quora

When you have a query, but using Google doesn't seem to bring you any closer to the solution, what do you do? Quora is the destination you should go to. You may ask the general public for answers to any subject, or you can read the questions asked by other users to get some insight.


36. Mental Floss

Every day, Mental Floss produces articles that include the most fascinating facts and information on topics that you were not even aware that you were interested in learning about. There is a wide variety of topics covered here, ranging from pop culture and nerdy facts to science and historical events, so you should have no trouble finding anything that piques your interest.


37. FACTSlides

You are able to browse through a range of random facts with the help of FACTSlides. These facts not only satiate your natural curiosity but also make excellent conversation starters for the break room. Did you know, for instance, that by avoiding making left turns, the delivery trucks used by UPS save 10 million gallons of petroleum each and every year?


38. Atlas Obscura

The website Atlas Obscura highlights obscure locations all around the globe that are both fascinating and unusual but that the ordinary person would never learn about.


39. GOOD

GOOD is a network of individuals who are attempting to lead healthy lives and positively impact the world. If you want to improve your life even better, following other people who are making changes might provide you with a continual supply of ideas for books to read and activities to participate in.


40. Change.org

Start or sign petitions in favor of causes that are important to you so that your voice may be heard all around the globe. Because it is so simple, you can do it even on your break for coffee.


41. 99U

Visit 99U to learn some fantastic actionable ways for turning your ideas into reality. You'll be prepared to put your ideas into action after reading the site's steady stream of articles and watching recordings of presentations given at the organization's annual conference.


42. Medium

People are able to share their greatest tales and workshop their most ambitious ideas on Medium, which functions similarly to an online think tank. Reading a few articles on this site is a fantastic way to kickstart your thought process.


43. Goodreads

Goodreads is a social network specifically designed for bookworms all over the globe. You are able to save books that you are interested in reading, rate and comment on books that you have completed, and even keep track of what your friends are reading in the event that you are seeking for a suggestion.


44. Squarespace

It's hardly a marketing gimmick when Squarespace boasts that it's "giving voice to ideas." Having your own personal website may do wonders for your professional life, and Squarespace makes creating one simple and straightforward.


45. Market for Creative Work

If you need to download anything, from fonts to WordPress themes for your own website, here is the place to go. Or, if you feel like your day could use a little more creative spark.


46. Visual.ly

You can either enhance your knowledge by creating your own infographic to offer visual news or you can extend your knowledge by looking through the collection of infographics that are already on the site.


47. Behance

Showcase your own design work, or go around the internet to see what other people who are truly creative are up to.


48. Pinterest

Even if you are not in the process of organizing your wedding, you should not discount the usefulness of Pinterest since it has an infinite number of creative options. Find motivation in everything, from technological devices and gadgets to places you'd want to visit.


49. Bubbl.us

What is the most effective technique for you to collect your thoughts? Utilizing the mind map functionality of Bubbl.us. You can either print it out or send it to yourself as an email attachment in order to help you keep organized. Saving it for later will allow you to continue the brainstorming process.


50. A Stop for Creative Thinking

Do you want to develop your imaginative capacity? The Creativity Post features writings of a high caliber that focus on inventiveness, originality, and imagination.


51. Grid of Creative Insight

Inspiration Grid satisfies your daily urge to gaze at something beautiful and great by posting new images every day; these images might be of architecture, art, or design, among other things.


52. Flickr

Have a design project that requires an image? Look through the Creative Commons archives on Flickr to uncover stunning images that you are free to use (or just get wanderlust browsing amazingly beautiful destinations).


53. Felt

Handwritten greeting cards may be made, personalized, stamped, and sent all from the convenience of your mobile device. Sending a congrats letter to a professional acquaintance or a thank you note to a firm with whom you recently had an interview on felt might be the ideal approach to do either of these things.


54. Meetup

This is the ideal website for anybody who is interested in broadening their professional network and making new connections with individuals that they genuinely have something in common with.


55. LinkedIn

Um, enough said.


56. Sumry

The most cutting-edge and user-friendly approach to transforming your traditional paper resume into an engaging digital piece of art.


57. About.me

The quickest and least complicated method to have a personal website online in a matter of minutes.


58. PayScale

PayScale is the finest source of data out there to find out what occupations pay in various locations, and you can use it regardless of whether you are negotiating a wage or asking for a raise in order to do so.


59. Indicator of Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Do you know what your MBTI personality type is? If not, you should investigate it immediately since it may provide insights about anything from how you work to the types of jobs that will make you happy.


60. Get Raised

According to the information provided on their webpage, you may "Find out whether you're underpaid and obtain the correct increase, for free."


61. MyPermissions

In a similar vein, MyPermissions makes it simple to investigate which applications have access to your email and social media accounts. This enables you to have a greater degree of control over the information that you make public.


62. The Artist's Muse

OK, we are aware that you are familiar with our newspaper. However, were you aware that you may also uncover incredible locations to work, save and apply for jobs, engage a career advisor, or even enroll in an online course?


63. DailyWorth

DailyWorth is a daily newsletter that gives advice to anybody interested in saving money, spending wisely, getting forward in one's career, making more money, and starting their own business.


64. LearnVest

You should go there for the sound, knowledgeable advise on finances, but you should remain there for the fantastic and (very) reasonably priced personal financial planning services.


65. Larky

It might be difficult to keep track of all of the benefits and discounts offered by your numerous credit cards, professional groups, and memberships; but, the online dashboard offered by Larky makes this task simple.


66. Mint

When you link your credit cards, bank accounts, and loans to the site (yes, it is safe to do so), you will have a comprehensive online system at your disposal that monitors your spending, savings, and overall financial health.


67. SigFig

Do you want to get your feet wet in the world of investing? SigFig makes the procedure easy and enjoyable, as well as tailored to your individual level of risk tolerance.


68. FutureAdvisor

FutureAdvisor, which promotes itself as "quality investment management for everyone," not only offers assistance with the establishment of your portfolio but also analyzes and rebalances your holdings in order to facilitate the accomplishment of your objectives.


69. Bread of Wisdom

Visit Wise Bread for a multitude of suggestions on how to "live big on a tiny budget" if you are interested in reducing the amount of money you spend.


70. She Engages in Bargaining

Even though "she" is in the title, we believe that anybody in the globe may profit from the negotiating tips, worksheets, and recommendations supported by research that are provided on this website by negotiation experts Victoria Pynchon and Lisa Gates.


71. CNNMoney

The most comprehensive website on the web for everything and everything to do with money, from the financial markets and investment to your own personal expenditures.


72. Greatist

The website Greatist is an excellent resource for information on all topics related to health and happiness. This guidance website is all about maintaining a healthy body and mind, and it offers wonderful suggestions for the hard-working individual who may need a little holiday.


73. Everup

Everup is a platform for both individual and professional growth that was developed by the folks over at Flavorpill Media. Productivity, wellbeing, and creative expression are the three focuses that are explicitly highlighted.


74. Time Out

Time Out's only purpose is to assist readers in making the most of their city. With Time Out's recommendations on where to go to eat, drink, and play, you'll never find yourself without anything to put on your weekend to-do list.


75. Tasting Table

Foodies who visit Tasting Table run the risk of falling into a rabbit hole. In addition to all the titillating images of food, it has an exhaustive list of places and dishes that you should experiment with right now.


76. TripAdvisor

Go! Get away from the workplace and go on an excursion. Also, make advantage of TripAdvisor to do location-based research, make decisions on where you will stay and dine, and essentially perform all of the vacation-related effort for you.


77. Hipmunk

Then you should go to Hipmunk, which is a website where you can locate bargains on hotels and flights. You haven't decided where you want to go, have you? You will get updates from the site on discounts that are available in your city.


78. It's a Blue Apron

Do you wish that you spent more time in the kitchen? Blue Apron simplifies the process by providing you all the recipes and supplies you need to prepare delectable meals in the comfort of your own home.


79. Therapy for Apartments

Create an atmosphere in your living area that will make you look forward to returning home so you can unwind and rest. Look around stunning homes and learn how to make your own area more attractive.


80. The Quickest Company

Imagine it as the Virgin America of business news: the hippest, most imaginative reporting on corporations that can be found anywhere.


81. NPR

Today's NPR is more than simply a radio show; in fact, it provides a wide range of services, from timely news coverage to insightful podcasts for your commute.


82. Mashable

Mashable, which bills itself as the "leading source for news, information, and services for the Connected Generation," publishes articles on our lives in the digital world. Which is rapidly becoming our everyday existence.


83. Inc.

The very first website that we visit if we are looking for guidance on time management, productivity, or the habits of the most successful individuals in the world.


84. Harvard Business Review

The Harvard Business Review is the place where the most powerful individuals in the world go to get guidance on everything from business strategy to people management, but we believe that professionals at any point of their careers may find helpful information here.


85. Bloomberg BusinessWeek

reporting that is astute and in-depth on the most pressing problems facing the commercial, financial, and stock markets of our day.


86. theSkimm

Have no time to catch up on the latest news? theSkimm simplifies the process of keeping abreast of current events by condensing the day's most important news stories into a single, fantastic, and entertaining email.


87. Good Noows

Think of this as your very own personal news stream, with all the items and issues that are important to you combined into your very own online newspaper.


88. McSweeney’s

Are you in the mood for a good belly laugh? There is virtually never a dull moment when you can't find an article in McSweeney's that will make you laugh out loud. They are really that hilarious.


89. That Whole Onion

You have been warned; in no way, shape, or form should you allow yourself to be added to this list as a result of reading The Onion.


90. Only Held One Job

The website that will make you want to pull your hair out the most.


91. The Most Charming Location on the World Wide Web

Do you need some affection and a digital embrace? You have arrived to the right location.


92. Buzzfeed

Lists upon lists upon lists, in addition to a significant amount of excellent journalism. After you click through, you should plan to spend at least 900 hours exploring this site.


93. The Steel-Cut Oats

Comics that are hilariously accurate depictions of everyday life. Imagine a more bizarre take on the show Family Circus.


94. 22 Words

The best of all that the internet has to offer is expertly combined in the game 22 Words. Within the first half an hour of reading, you are certain to experience a wide range of feelings.


95. StumbleUpon

Spend some time getting lost (in a good manner) online. You give Stumble your tastes, and it finds you interesting things to read based on your choices. You will get a fresh read each time that you use Stumble.


96. Longreads

The finest examples of storytelling on the internet. As the name suggests, this is the book you pick up after you've had enough of the same animal photo list on Buzzfeed for the fortieth time.


97. So Bad So Good

Everything a person needs to know to keep up with the latest in popular culture.


98. xkcd

The wittiest and most insightful comics you've ever had the pleasure of reading. And utterly and completely addictive.


99. Deadspin

Although it's not really news, it should tell you pretty much everything you need to know about what's going on in the world of sports.

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