I created this resource page to easily list some recommended services, products and companies that I use and/or those I know are valuable. This way you can quickly find products and services all in one place.
Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but these are all products I highly recommend and/ or find valuable. By clicking on them, you will not pay any extra money, but it will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
SiteGround: Hosting is important when starting a blog. Choosing the wrong hosting company could mean slower loading times, or worse, downtime. I can say from experience; they have excellent customer service, lower hosting fees and free extras that I paid for with my other hosting company.
Divi by Elegant Themes: If you are looking into the actual design of your blog, check out the Divi Theme, the most popular premium WordPress theme in the world.
PicMonkey I use Picmonkey to edit the pictures on my blog. Having eye-catching photos is a must if you want to drive traffic to your blog. They make this very easy and affordable.
Grammarly: Grammarly is the world’s most accurate grammar checker.The service goes beyond the basic spell check and grammar check because it identifies correctly spelled words that are used in the wrong context. Grammarly works while I am composing an email, posting to social media and within my blog posts. It has become a lifesaver.
Convertkit: This is a MUST if you have a blog. It is a way for readers to subscribe to your blog posts and your newsletters. If you are currently using a free service such as MailChimp, you should switch immediately because that is the number one mistake bloggers make (and I made that mistake myself as well).
Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing: This course makes affiliate marketing achievable. You can see your blogging income grow from the beginning, and the information in this course will help you well into the future. If you’re a blogger (even if you’re a new blogger!), then you NEED this course.