BlueHost offers some of the best hosting options, especially if you’re used to WordPress interface. I also like their support, which has been useful many times for this non-techie. They have super affordable rates for some extremely advanced features, like Cloud hosting.
The way 99designs works is you tell this community what you need designed and start a “contest” where professional designers will brainstorm ideas just for you and submit their entries. You choose an entry you like the most and pay for the winning design. You can design anything and everything you need for your business.
Google Docs sync across all of your devices so your drafts, notes and other creative ideas are with you everywhere. This tools also enables collaboration on shared documents.
Hootsuite offers a variety of in-depth social analytics (for paid users) as well as an ability to easily schedule updates to multiple social networks, monitor online conversations and keep track of mentions and re-tweets.
MailChimp has super user-friendly interface and makes it easy to create beautiful emails even if you’re far from web design world.
Lynda (now owned by LinkedIn) has literally tens of thousands of courses taught by industry experts. It’s important to stay on top of your game and here you can learn software, creative, and business skills to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Plus, read some of the best books on entrepreneurship and marketing.