Hello Bonsai Review

As a Freelancer, we are often putting our business together much like a puzzle. This leaves many pieces missing as we work on and in our businesses. As I come across new systems, I find that they can make the system just as complicated as the work that needs to be done.

In this month’s Monthly Series “Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze?” I share my review of Hello Bonsai, the good, the bad, and the ugly.

What Is Hello Bonsai

Hello Bonsai is an all-around suite of tools designed with freelancers in mind. It’s got a ton of amazing features, including project management, proposals, billing document creation, time tracking, and more.

Hello Bonsai Features

  • Read-receipt notifications
  • Auto reminders
  • Client management
  • Project management
  • Secured messaging
  • Multiple currencies
  • Data export & import
  • Chat support
  • Weekly reminders
  • Send a W-9 to Clients
  • Easy Template Set Up
  • Limited Customization

I am certain that there are many more features and I didn’t even touch on the integrations you could set up. But I have to tell you. That’s what I liked most about Hello Bonsai. It’s Simple. I have enough complicated and complex platforms that I have to manage, so I was relieved that I didn’t need to take the weekend to learn how to effectively use Hello Bonsai. In fact once I downloaded the app, I was able to manage my time much more effectively. It gave me great insight as to how much time I really spent on projects, even if the projects were all inclusive and not by the hour billing.

BONUS!! We can both win on this one. If you decide to give Hello Bonsai a try we both get a free month. YES! But let me just say, I would absolutely pay full price for the platform.

Get Hello Bonsai Free For One Month

Do you have a system that you love? Let’s hear about it!

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