My Fave Things

  • My Bookshelf
  • FUn Woo Stuff
  • My biz tools

The Thrive Content Builder is what I use for my blog posts and website pages.  It's a super easy drag and drop builder with a gazillion options (most of which I haven't even used yet!) and it's perfect for people who don't want to know anything about code!

I actually bought the full suite of Thrive Tools, but this is the one that I use the most.  My website theme is also from Thrive.

Check out their site here to see all the tools they have available. 

Web Hosting

After various hosting nightmares from other companies, I switched to Siteground and haven't looked back.  The support is #1, and it's really affordable as well.

ConvertKit

I switched from Mailchimp to Convertkit about 9 months ago, and haven't looked back.  I saw higher open rates, MUCH more powerful tagging and segmenting, and my ONLY beef is that because it's still the new kid on the block, there are a few features that are still playing catch-up.  Overall, I love it.

MeetEdgar is my go-to social media scheduler.  All the theme day posts in my group, as well as some of the content posts are scheduled.  (But if you use a scheduler, don't forget to go back and engage!)

Moonclerk is my payment processor.  When you buy something from me, chances are, you did it through this easy-peasy shopping cart.  I love it because I can whip up an offer in minutes with it, without any knowledge of code (because I hate that shit)

Leadpages is what I use to create almost all of my landing pages and sales pages.  It's super intuitive and flexible, and you can really build gorgeous pages even if you're not a fancy schmancy designer with their templates.

Teachable is the course platform I use.  They have a free plan, which is perfect for beginners, then you can upgrade as your course sales grow.  It's super easy to use as well!

Note: There are plenty of affiliate links on these pages.  It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway: I'd never recommend anything to you that I haven't used (and loved) myself.