Here is a list of the tools and resources that I use to create my projects. This list will be updated when I find new tools, tips, and resources. For more resources, support and training, join the FREE community here.

WP Engine – There comes a time when you think about upgrading your hosting and when I did I chose WP Engine because they are dedicated to WordPress plus my sites are faster and secure.

Green Geeks – Host of my smaller trafficked websites, easy to setup and navigate. Installing WordPress is an easy one click process but their customer service is the most impressive.

Divi theme – Looking for a WordPress theme that is easy enough for beginners but still powerful? Divi is the answer. I install it in this video.

ActiveCampaign – I started out using Mailchimp like most other entrepreneurs who are bootstrapped but I quickly upgraded to ActiveCampaign. Here’s a video on how to easy it is to create a landing page with it.

Freshbooks – Made for the small business owner to help you tame your finances. You can run reports, track your time on projects, and accept payments. They also offer a 30 day trial to see if it is a good fit.

Vimeo – If you are making a course, a membership site, or just want to store your videos on another platform instead of YouTube, Vimeo is the professional choice.

G Suite – Having your email hosted on its own platform is ideal for security and performance plus you will get a custom email with your domain and all of the Google apps.

Book Like a Boss – This amazing took is a must for business owners. It syncs with your calendar, allows you to create products and accept payments, along with customization to match your brand.

Wishlist Member – I have used a lot of membership plugins for courses or member portals but my number one pick is definitely Wishlist.

New Old Stamp – Do you want a beautifully branded email signature? New Old Stamp is easy to use with tons of templates to make setup simple.

If you click on a link that I’ve provided, it might be a link to someone who will give me a commission if you buy something from their site. That means that I might get paid if you click on that link. And the reason why I’m telling you this is because I want to be upfront with you, and because it’s illegal not to. That said, I promise to use any affiliate commissions earned for good causes: things like reinvesting in this business to bring you even better resources and quite possibly some hot yoga.

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