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Biz Email Management with Aweber – I’ve used Aweber in the past for email marketing and it’s awesome. It’s my go-to choice for just a stand-alone autoresponder service for email list management.
Evernote – Capture, organize and share notes from anywhere. Your best ideas are always with you and always in sync. I currently use Evernote to keep track of every idea, track each client I work with and track their Success track with me.
Teamwork – This is the project management system I currently used and it has boosted our entire team’s productivity.
Automate Client Intake Formidable Forms – I use this plugin on my website to create + set up forms for all different kinds of purposes. Everything from client feedback to questions and ideas.
Freedom Builder Academy – Done-for-You Project Kits, I use these kits to provide support to my clients. No need for me to “figure-it-out”. I just plug in the information and go.
Free Time Calculator – A very useful tool. I use this tool to find out how much my time is worth. It aids me in finding out what I should be charging per hour for my services and if I need to outsource projects.
Create Marketing Pages with LeadPages – I used this program to set up squeeze pages for calls, webinars and offers quickly and easily with their built-in customizable templates.
Canva – I use this in creating social media images, newsletter images, etc. Very useful tool.
DepositPhotos – I personally use this resource to find stock images to use in my business. I love it. It’s affordable and I can always find what I am looking for.
PicMonkey – Have you ever found an image you like or one that you created and it’s too large or too small? I use this tool to re-size all the images I use. It allows you to clean up the clarity and much more.
ElegantThemes – I’ve used ElegantThemes to build multiple sites for numerous clients and my current external website is the Extra theme. I love using the Divi theme. It is very diverse and can be used for landing pages, coming soon pages, etc…