Top Best Tools Every Blogger Should Use

Launch by Jeff Walker

Jeff Walker’s book is a must-read for anyone who wants to create products. Launch gave me a solid framework for presenting books and products to my readers.

 

Creating and Maintaining an Editorial Calendar by Angie Holden

So this one little book saved my sanity! Angie’s simple method of coming up with a calendar that makes sense is all I use now. Before this book, I just “winged it” when it came to my posting schedule and topics. With this new system, I offer variety to my readers and avoid burning them out on any one topic. I typically create a calendar for each quarter instead of a year- I like flexibility and am prone to switch things up!

 

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing

Michelle knows how to do affiliate marketing… she makes over 50K every single month doing it. Her course covers everything a beginner needs to know as well as more advanced tips for those who’ve been doing affiliate promotions for a while.

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing is a step-by-step guide to creating and making money from your own successful affiliate marketing strategy. You’ll never be left wondering where to go next when creating and implementing your affiliate marketing strategy. (Source: christianbookworm.com).

 

Studio Press

Studio Press is where I go for themes and the Genesis framework. I love, love, love dressing up my site and customizing it to fit me. Studio Press makes it easy and inexpensive to DIY with their tutorials. The Genesis framework comes with all their designs and is what I use.

 

Creative Market

This is my go-to place for design elements. You can purchase beautiful and unique fonts, book cover layouts and templates, backgrounds for your images, cut-outs, textures, borders, and more for your pdf’s, and the list goes on. Sign up for their weekly newsletter and you’ll get their amazing weekly freebies!

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