Doodle is an easy scheduling service. If you’ve ever had to try and set up a conference call, or date for an event, you know how difficult it is to pick a time when most of your group can make it. Doodle makes it easy by creating a scheduling poll. You then send out the generated link, and on their own time, each of your prospects picks a few times and dates that work well for them based on the criteria you’ve set. You can see who wants what time, and pick the times and days that work best accordingly.
Meetup is a service used to organize online groups that host in-person events for people with similar interests.
Trello is an online collaboration program that allows groups to coordinate and communicate for projects and events. It keeps track of chats, calendars, tasks, and other collaboration actions to help keep people on point. It’s free to use, and from my experience with helping to plan a Clean Energy Summit for Sustainable Sandhills, it’s a lot easier than it seems at first.