Tools I use

Dell XPS 13

Without a doubt, the best laptop I have purchased!

Very compact, yet not too small to work effectively.

Not the cheapest laptop I’ve ever purchased, it’s my favorite by far.

Also recommend getting the Dbrand skins. Very stylish and offer a degree of extra protection.

WordPress

…who doesn’t use WordPress?

GO theme

Just recently started to use this theme and have taken a liking to it.

Like the ability to strip it down for maximum speed.

Still using the free version at this time.

InMotionHosting

Switched over from the Daddy to InMotion a couple years ago.

Using a VPS hosting plan.

Bought the extra horsepower for a directory site I was building.

Could probably drop back to a shared plan, but I like the results I’m getting.

Ubersuggest

A Neil Patel product for keyword research and SEO work.

Currently using the Individual plan which is $29/month.

Don’t use it everyday, but when you need to do keyword research, it’s very handy.

There are free tools out there, but they limit you to a few searches a day.

Comes with a 7 day free trial if you’re interested in checking it out.

Snappa

Handy, easy to use image creation tool.

I Canva from time to time, but Snappa is my go-to.

Amazingly simple to use for creating Instagram and Facebook images!

Super simple interface.

I use the Pro account – $15 / month.

You’ll love the background eraser feature!

The perfect tool for the job.

Aweber

Been using Aweber for all my email marketing solutions for many years

They recently rolled out a free plan for up to 500 subscribers!

This premium company used to charge from Day 1, so this is a good deal.

Simply to use. Easy to get started.

Plenty of tutorials on building a landing page, how to grow your business through email marketing, and more.

Grammarly

This best spelling and grammar checker on the market, for those who spend most of your time on a computer.

Comes in two flavors; Chrome extension and Desktop application.

Both are free to use, with a premium version available.

Keywords Everywhere

Of all the tools I use, Keywords Everywhere has quickly become a favorite.

This easy to use chrome extension gives me quick insight to every phrase I search.

There is a free version available, but the cost of the premium version is so affordable it’s crazy not to get it.

I paid $10 for 100,000 credits about 2 months ago. I still have 85,000 credits remaining!

Definitely worth checking this one out.

That’s the list at the moment! I’m sure I forgot a few, but will add them as I run across them. My path to a complete online workspace is almost 100%, with the exception of my trusty Mead composition notebooks. Old habits die hard.

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