The Best Resources I Use To Grow My Business

These are all the tools and resources I currently use to grow my business. They currently serve me very well and I hope you enjoy using them as much as I do.

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I currently use NameCheap for all my 5+ domains including this website. For less than $10, I can get a domain for whatever project or business I need to start and not worry about exorbitant renewal prices. Plus payment is seamless, the dashboard is user friendly and customer service is amazing.


I recently migrated from a very slow hosting company to Lyrical Host and my site speed has never been better. Compared to other hosting companies on the market, Lyrical Host is affordable for a new blogger who isn’t making much money from their website yet. Their customer service is top-notch as they ensure you encounter no problems whatsoever.


As a new blogger, Tailwind was very pivotal in getting my first 100,000 blog views from Pinterest. While Pinterest Marketing might seem time-consuming, Tailwind helps me stay on top of my game with their scheduling and analytical features. Read about my Pinterest scheduling strategy with Tailwind.


Affiliate Marketing is one of the fastest ways to monetize a new blog. Even more important is an affiliate network with major brands, long cookie duration and prompt payout. Awin ticks all these boxes and more. It’s one of the best affiliate programs I would recommend for beginners and veterans alike.


Asides from being a subsidiary of Awin, ShareASale also manages to make up for the brands that Awin lacks. A combination of both programs gives you a myriad of products and services you can use to monetize any blog or website.


Social Media platforms change their algorithm as often as a woman changes her hairstyle. It’s so difficult keeping up with them but a well-created course that is constantly updated makes getting traffic from Pinterest so much easier. This course is responsible for kicking my blog off the ground and giving me my first 100,000+ page views from Pinterest. Don’t sleep on it!


Now you have the traffic, how do you convert it to money? You need the best monetizations strategies that currently work. This course will introduce you to various ways you can monetize your blog and how to choose the most effective ones according to your niche. Plus, you never have to miss out on Holiday Sales ever again.


Over the last four years or more, Canva has come through for me in more ways than one. It helped me run my service business without the need to hire a graphic designer and now it’s coming through for all the designs I use for blogging. It’s free and completely beginner-friendly.


Despite how they have evolved to offer even more unnecessary services recently, I’ve been using MailChimp for over five years. Its user-friendly interface and free plan just work for small projects I start and sometimes dump. If you’re new to Email Marketing and you want to flex your fingers before investing in a paid plan or moving on to a better one, MailChimp is your guy.