Bluehost is a great beginner’s hosting solution. Signup for a shared hosting plan and it comes to like $4 a month.
Elementor is a designers dream. Even though my design skills are nothing to brag about, I love what Elementor allows me to design on my websites.
Fiverr saves me from wasting time having to learn things that I’m only going to use once or twice. Need a competitor’s website scraped? A design built? It’s free to sign up and you only pay when you hire someone.
GeneratePress is by far the best WordPress theme. If you don’t want to upgrade to the paid version, the free will suite most people’s needs.
Hunter.io. When you need to find emails to reach out to fast.
Mailer Lite. Because Mailchimp has too much market share.
NordVPN because I’m paranoid. Also, if you’re working on websites for audiences around the world, you need to pretend like you’re in their country.
Podia is THE platform to sell courses, digital products, and host communities. Podia is free. And when you grow, it has all the tools you’ll need along the way.
SEMrush is my absolute favorite tool. Outside of Supermetrics, there’s not another tool that I’d rather have. I literally cannot live without this.
There’s not even anything to say. Shopify is the only platform to build on if you’re trying to easily setup an online store.
I haven’t actually used SiteGround yet. I’ve heard raving reviews though. When Bluehost shared servers top out in speed and performance, I’m definitely switching to SiteGround.
Use Surfer SEO to generate content plans for any domain in a couple of clicks. Write high-quality and SEO-friendly content to win high positions in Google.
QuickBooks because I’m terrified of the IRS.