Hey there! Welcome to my resources page. Here you’ll find some great tools and resources you can use to grow your blog and small business, improve your writing skills, and improve your life.
Disclaimer: This page may contain some affiliate links. That means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase something through the links. I only recommend tools and resources I have used personally and enjoyed using.
Blogging Resources and tools
Hostinger: Hostinger is the blog host I use. They are very affordable and have great service. I’ve been using hostinger from the start and I have no complaints.
Pinterest Ninja course: I advise every blogger or business owner to have a Pinterest account. It is great to get traffic to your website for free! But I understand that getting started with Pinterest can be a bit challenging and that’s where this great affordable course comes in. It teaches you all you need to know to be successful on Pinterest. And if you just don’t have the time to do it yourself. Check out my services here.
Tailwind: If you are on Pinterest (which you definitely should) tailwind is THE scheduling tool to use. It is an approved partner of Pinterest. You can also use this scheduling tool for Instagram. I’ve written a blog you can check out here if you are just getting started with tailwind. Start your free month here.
Canva: I absolutely love canva for making my pins, my logo, my planners, invoices, and way more. It is a great and easy tool you can use to make awesome graphics and more. The great thing is you can use it completely free. The paid version comes with even more amazing templates, pictures, and other great features.
Grammarly: One of the important things as a blogger and author is to write catchy and good content. Grammarly is a great tool to help you improve your writing skills and help you to get rid of the mistakes in your content you might oversee. This tool can also be used completely for free and it has even more features in the paid version.
ShareASale: This is a great affiliate marketing network where you can find a lot of affiliate programs. If you are a beginner blogger looking for some affiliate programs, ShareASale is a great place to start. What I love about it, is that you can have a lot of affiliate programs in one place instead of having a separate account you need to manage for each affiliate program. Sign up here.
Mastering Sales With Ell: this is a great course that helps you to start making money with your blog. This course is packed with useful information to help you create income streams with your blog.
Online business resources and tools
HelloSign: A big part of running an online business is signing contracts. A tool I love to use for sending contracts for digital signing is HelloSign. You can sign up to three free documents per month and when your business is growing and you need to send more contracts you can get the paid version.
WaveApp: Waveapp is an app you can use for free when sending out your invoices. It is easy to use and you can make great and invoices.
Payoneer: If you live outside the US, getting paid as an online business owner can be a challenge sometimes. A great payment method I like to use is Payoneer. It’s easy to use and the transfer fees are very doable. Get paid internationally without any problems.
Mailerlite: Building an email list is one of the main things you should do if you want to grow your online business. I find mailerlite a great email marketing service. You can use it for free up to 1000 subscribers and make great landing pages and forms.
Milkshake app: I used this great free app to make my webpage for Instagram and I absolutely love it. It’s super easy to use and it has some beautiful templates you can choose from.
Calm app: I love using this app for controlled breathing exercises and meditation. It is a free app with in-app purchases and I highly recommend using it. It even has great music to calm you down.
I hope these resources are as helpful to you as they are to me. If you have any questions or if you would like to work together don’t hesitate to reach out to me by emailing me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.