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My Favorite Blogging Software Tools

Active Campaign

When new fans opt-in to your email list, you’ll need an email service provider to house them right? ActiveCampaign does just that and MORE. Use Active to keep in touch with your fans. Create flexible and automated campaigns and funnels that helps you make sales on autopilot.

Bluehost

The cheapest hosting service that hosts 3 of my blogs. If there’s anything you need to invest in when you start a blog, it’s Bluehost.

Beaver Builder

I’ve used several website page builders, but Beaver Builder is the most user friendly. You can build a custom website page for your blog or even an opt-in landing page to collect subscribers on autopilot.

Canva

 

Canva is probably the most useful piece of free software that I use every week! You literally can’t live without it if you’re a Photoshop dummy or if you market your blog on Pinterest. And the best thing about Canva? It’s free!

Tailwind

Once you get your Pinterest up and running, who has time to keep on pinning 30x everyday? Set up a pinning schedule with Tailwind and pin while you sleep. That $10/month to get your sanity and life back is so worth it.

Trello

Whether you’re a planner or hot mess by nature, Trello will help you map out everything from your 50,000 level goals to your smallest action item so nothing falls through the cracks. Paper planners are so high school, this kanban board style workflow will change the way you accomplish your big girl goals! And guess what? It’s free too!

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