Resources I Love
This page is full of amazing resources I have used to make money, start a successful blog and organize my entire life!
I decided to create this resource page as a go to for you any time you have queries or want to reference anything I’ve recommended in my posts.
I wish I had a page like this when I first started blogging. They’ve helped me so much. These are still my go to products and tools.
I really hope you find these tools as useful and valuable as I have. Give me a shout if you have any questions.
Disclosure: Please note some of the links below are affiliate links, so I may receive a commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link. I only recommend products that I have tried personally and truly believe will help you. These are still products I use today and will always recommend. Thank you so much for your support, it’s helped this blog keep going!
I used Bluehost to start my blogging journey and I still recommend it as one of the best Web Hosts for beginners. Their starter plan starts at $3.95 a month and they include a FREE Domain for a year.
Canva is my absolute GO TO when it comes to creating Pins for Pinterest. It’s FREE and extremely easy to use.
All of my Pins are created with Canva and they generate thousands of views every month!
Tailwind is fantastic when you’re short on time and don’t want to manually pin on Pinterest. I will schedule all of your pins for you, new and old.
The best part of Tailwind is the Tailwind Tribes because you can pin other bloggers content and get them to Pin yours too. So valuable and works so well!
Perhaps the easiest and most elegant drop and drag visual page builder I have ever used, DIVI allows you to create custom webpages with so my flexibility.
My site uses DIVI now and I think the pages are beautifully created and very functional.
When you’re just getting started Mailerlite is the perfect tool to build your email list (and you must do this from the start!).
Their FREE plan is extremely generous and will allow you have 1000 new subscribers every month! I still use mailerlite to build my lists and love them!
Vindale Research are a legitimate survey site, where you can earn money by completing various surveys online.
With Vindale Research you’ll earn extra cash for referring your friends too! They’ll pay you $5 for every friend you refer..
Survey Junkie, with over 10 million users, are one of the top paid survey sites around.
The process is simple: take surverys, earn rewards!
They payout via Paypal (which is a plus point) and also Amazon gift cards.
Swagbucks tops my list for being an extremely reliable and respected cashback site.
You earn Swagbucks via cashback by shopping using their links, which can then be redeemed for money via Paypal or gift cards.
Get a $10 bonus by signing up!
If you’re doing shopping online you may aswell shop via Rakuten. When you use Rakuten links to shop, you’ll earn cashback on your purchases.
A site that rewards you for doing the shopping you normally do! Amazing!
You’ll also get a FREE $10 bonus when you sign up to Rakuten through this link.
Making Pinterest Possible is the very first course I purchased when I started Blogging, because I knew I wanted to smash it at Pinterest Marketing.
Whether you’re starting a blog or opening your own online store, marketing on Pinterest is essential. Making Pinterest Possible is a great little ebook with valuable tips at an affordable price.
Project 24 is a content creation course lead by Jim and Ricky, popular Bloggers and Youtubers.
The whole concept of Project 24 is giving you the tools and plan to replace your current income with passive niche sites within 24 months.
I loved their no bull approach to teaching in this course and can honestly say I wouldn’t be where I am if it wasn’t for the strategy outlined in this easy to follow course.
Changing mindset in order to make money is essential. Think and Grow Rich helped me to do this and gave me the platform I needed to keep going and take a different approach to making money.
It’s definitely worth the read.
Robert Kiyosaki knows the value of leveraging the dollar and transforming debt into value. Rich dad, Poor dad teaches you things about money you wish you knew earlier. You’ll look at money differently from now on.