Tools and Resources
Loomly social media
I use Loomly to schedule content across social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Buffer is great for scheduling content.
I use HootSuite mainly for engagement but you can schedule content here as well.
Planoly is an Instagram tool for scheduling content but also previewing what your grid could look like.
Tailwind is great for scheduling Pinterest pins. I mainly love it for their tribes feature!
This is a directory of loads of Pinterest group pages. I use Pin Groupie to find the best Pinterest groups to follow and contribute.
I use Smart Hosting for both mine and my customer websites.
I use Blog Vault for website backups for both mine and my customer websites.
Divi by Elegant Themes
Divi is the website theme I use for all of my websites. It’s highly customisable and easy to update.
Elegant Themes have a few great products under their belt, including the Monarch social media sharing plugin.
WordPress is where I create websites.
Creative Market is an online shop full of fonts, vectors, stock photos, and graphics.
This website helps to keep all of your colour palettes in once place.
I use Canva to create designs. On Canva you can design business cards, social media post, infographic, Pinterest images, plus loads more! I recommend their Canva Work subscription for bonus features.
Google Analytics is the place to find out all sorts of data, including pageviews, referrals, time on the website, plus more!
BuzzSumo is where you can find the most shared content. I use this website to find top-notch blog post ideas.
Google URL Builder
This creates trackable URLs by adding parameters. Ideal if you’re running a campaign.
For e-mail newsletter marketing.
Search Twitter bios and compare users.
Online form builder that I use for feedback and surveys.
Creating and sharing gifs.
This is a fantastic app which lets you edit photos.
This app lets you create short looping videos.
This app lets you create short graphic videos.
This website stores all of your favourite blogs and publishing websites in one place.
I use Adobe Illustrator, In Design, and Photoshop to create graphics, edit photos, produce leaflets, etc.
To edit videos.
This is a quick way to create professional looking maps for brainstorming, planning out ideas or organising the hierarchy of a website.
Spell and grammar checking tool.
Trello is a simple productivity tool.
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