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These are some of my favorite tools for running a business and a blog. I’ve included my affiliate links where possible, but I only recommend tools I faithfully use and love myself! I hope they are helpful to you!
SiteGround– This is who I use to host my website- the price is amazing and you can choose a package based on your page views. Also one of the things I love the most about Siteground is their amazing customer service. They’re so helpful!
WordPress.org– I chose WordPress because it provides a robust platform for building a secure website and blogging format. Moreover, WordPress is super easy to use and I was used to it already because I started my blog on WordPress.com.
17th Avenue – This is the site I always buy my themes from. I’ve had the Charlotte theme, Mia theme and now I’m using the Audrey theme. The reason why I love 17th Avenue so much is that their themes are very beautiful, affordable and so easy to set up yourself. They offer installation too if you prefer that. Their customer service is also amazing.
E-Books & E-Courses
Pinterest with Ell – This course is one of my favorites and one of the first courses I’ve ever bought. I still go back to it every now and then to refresh my skills. Ell is a true Pinterest Pro and her course will help you skyrocket your blog views.
Pinterest Perfect – This is another Pinterest related course which I followed and really liked. It’s full of examples and easily explained the Pinterest strategy you want to learn.
SEO for Bloggers – This ebook is fully focused on SEO and I’m so happy I bought this. I thought I knew 80% of SEO but I was so wrong! The best ways to improve your SEO are in this ebook!
Keyword Research For Bloggers – This ebook is perfect if you want to focus on improving your keyword research. Keywords are so important to rank in Google so I loved learning more about this subject.
Social Media Scheduling
Tailwind – Even though Pinterest changed their algorithm lately, I still think Tailwind is beneficial when it comes to repinning your own content to multiple boards.
Buffer – I love using Buffer to schedule a couple of Tweets to go live on Twitter. I pretty much otherwise would forget to promote my blog on there.