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Great Tools for a Blogging
The list below are tools that I personally used for my blog and my everyday living as well. I hope you will find them helpful.
I use this to host my website and I would say they are reliable. Aside from the affordable price, their customer service is also superb. Don’t have a blog yet? Check out How to start a blog.
This was the very first course I invested in and I have no regret. It helped me understand the basics of how to start a blog and earn money from it. This is a well-recommended starter tool for a newbie.
The e-course where I learn about monetizing my blog through affiliate links.
This e-book helped me earn my first affiliate sale in 24 hours.
This e-course is a must if you want to earn money from your blog. Michelle shares her tips on how she made over $50K a month on affiliate marketing.
I use Boardbooster to schedule all my pins. It is a time-saver. I only spend 30 minutes of my time every week. I am able to focus more on other stuff thus, improving my productivity.
I use Grammarly to make sure that all my posts are mistake-free so I can reach my audience better. It checks for spelling, punctuation, grammar, plagiarism and so much more.
I use Shareasale to join affiliate programs from different merchants.
I also used this affiliate network company for other affiliate programs.
This book contains everything you need to know about getting pregnant.
I purchased this Ebook and it helped me tremendously in my financial planning. When I got married, we did not have any budget plan, we just earn and spend. We had some savings but not enough to last us after retirement. With this book, I was able to learn how to manage debt, savings, and giving.
I used this to earn SB points which I can redeem for gift cards from Amazon, Walmart, Starbucks etc. I earn points by shopping, watching videos, answering surveys or just by playing games.
I used Ebates for cash back when I am shopping online or in store. It is FREE to sign up.
Ibotta is also for cash back but I mainly used it for my grocery shopping.
A monthly surprise subscription box for Mojo which is full of innovative toys and all-natural treats.