Canva.com. An amazing tool for creating easy and incredible social media images. Use built-in templates perfectly sized for each social media network.
EyeDropper Extention. Super handy Chrome extension to grab color codes off the internet.
Instagram. Find out why having an Instagram account can be beneficial for your music studio in this post: Instagram for Independent Music Teachers: The #1 Reason You Should be There
Google Photos. I could put this one under several different categories really. Switching to Google Photos was one of the best things I did for managing my studio photos. Read more here: 5 Reasons Why Google Photos Might be the Perfect Solution for Your Studio.
Tailwind. Over the years, I’ve used several social media scheduling programs, including Hoot Suite, Buffer, and scheduling tools specific to Facebook and Twitter (I’m not on Twitter anymore). I love Tailwind because it is focused on Instagram but can also connect to Facebook. It has recommended tags, a link-in-bio (Smart.bio), is user-friendly, and has a nice visual feel.