Welcome to the business resources page!
I am constantly updating this page’s content because I know how we all love finding new tools, ideas, and discounts!
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Over time I have learned so much about different online platforms and came across extraordinary tools that have helped me grow my blogs and online presence. Today, I am delighted to share these with you!
- DreamHost is one of the hosting platforms recommended by WordPress itself! Start your blog or website with the best. – Get the best DreamHost deal available with my link.
- SiteGround is another of the hosting platforms recommended by WordPress itself! I can’t recommend them enough due to their excellent customer service. – Get the best hosting deal available with SiteGround with my link.
- Sculpture Qode is the company I have used to get my website started. With no experience, creating a full website from scratch can be intense! But these people, at a very affordable rate, will not only sell you a design of your choice but also install it for you within a few days. – Check them out.
- MailerLite is an email marketing platform that allows automation and starts with a free package of up to 1000 subscribers. I use it on this blog and love its straightforward use and email design tools! – Get an €18 credit when you sign up using my link.
- Etsy is a global marketplace for makers. Publish your products and start selling from day one! – Open your Etsy shop today and get the first 40 listings on me.
- eRank gives you the tools to learn what buyers are searching for and helps improve your Etsy growth. – Check it out!
- Teachable Do you have information to share? Skills you can teach? Turn them into passive income outlets, by creating your very own online course. – Check it out!
- Canva a great, beginner-friendly online tool to create your own graphics for free. Check it out!
- Stock Photos are great if your brand is quite recent and you haven’t gotten around to compile enough professional pictures to be used on your blog posts, website pages, product photos, or stationary. My favorite place to find pictures that I can use are Pexels and Unsplash. If you do use some, please consider offering a small contribution to the photographer.