All the tools

Disclosure: Some of the below are affiliate links, which means I may get a commission if you purchase at no extra cost to you. I only ever recommend tools that I personally use and love.

Hosting/Domains

Relentless Hosting: My favourite ever hosting and domain supplier. Their support is super responsive and I never had any unscheduled unavailability or problems like before with other providers.

Websites

WordPress.org: While you need to look after the maintenance and regularly update and backup, I love the flexibility that comes with running your own instance of the open-source website builder over anything else.

Funnels

ClickFunnels: I use it for any landing page or funnel build because I find it so easy to work with and I can create and share my designed funnel templates with you here.

Dotcom Secrets: If you want to learn more about the concepts behind a great funnel I urge you to get your hands on this book from Mr. ClickFunnels himself – Russell Brunson. The book is free and you just pay for shipping.

Expert Secrets: The follow up book if you want to dive deeper into how to get your message across and build your tribe.

One Funnel Away Challenge: One of my best investments of $100 went toward this 30-day intensive course, where you learn all the concepts from the books above and have your own ready-to-go funnel set up by the end.

Traffic/Social Media/Advertising

FATC: Hands down the best Facebook Ads course and community I know.

Tailwind: Since I finally decided to dive head first into Pinterest marketing this tool is a lifesaver.

Latergram: Not only can you schedule all your Instagram posts, but also arrange your images in a preview to make sure they fit your overall feed.

Email Marketing

Mailchimp: For a long time Mailchimp was my email marketing provider of choice and their free plan is perfect when you’re just starting out.

AWeber: I find AWeber a bit easier to use for larger lists and automation campaigns.

Webinars/Screenshare

Zoom: Easy to use for all sorts of online meetings, screensharing or even to record a webinar.

Surveys/Lead Qualification

Google Forms: I frequently use GoogleForms for to collect feedback, surveys, applications etc. You can also connect it to a Google Sheet and automatically track the responses.

Scheduling

Calendly: Also a great starting tool if you need your leads or customers to book appointments as you can use it for free.

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