Recommended Tools You Can Use

The following is what we’ve been using for a few years in our business.  We’ll be adding to this list to keep you updated. Bookmark this page so you can use reference it as often as you need to.

Getting Your Site Online:

List Building/Autoresponder:

Depending on your setup we’d recommend a few options for you…

First, are you using a shopping cart that includes an Autoresponder? If yes – then we’d automatically recommend that you use that versus adding another system and additional expense into the mix. If you’d like an all-in-one system, highly recommend KickStartCart.

Secondly, if you are just looking for an autoresponder system with no shopping cart, then we’d recommend Aweber which you can send your emails and ezine through as you wish.

Personally we’ve been established with WAHMCart since 2009 and use that for our shopping cart and autoresponder system, so you will see my email delivered through WAHMCart’s system.

Ecommerce Shopping Cart Systems:

Selling your Book on Kindle:

  • Kindle Formatter – Affordable online software that allows you to turn your Word Documents into digital books you can publish on the Kindle [self-publishing option!]

Communicating with Team Members and Clients

  1. Skype – Use often for coaching, strategy calls and training with clients and team members.
  2. Google Voice – Helpful if you are calling when we’re not in the office or use Pamela for Skype (works with Skype to record all calls).

Keeping my Business Safe and Protected

  1. Mozy – Backs up my computer twice daily
  2. Roboform Everywhere – Securely stores all logins, usernames and passwords – for easy access when we need to log in.

Blog Plugins and Helpful Tools that I Love

  • Convert Your Blog Post Keywords Into Money Making Links with Ninja Affiliate Plugin [WP Plugin]
  • Duplicate Content Percentage Checker & Examiner Tool [WP Plugin]
  • Keyword Analysis Tool – Market Samurai
  • Building Landing Pages for Facebook Business Pages
  • Create Questionnaires, Checkout Forms and more with Gravity Forms
  • Create your LLC with CorpNet
  • Need Stock Images? Use Dreamstime.com or iStockPhoto.com
  • Need Disclaimers on your website? AutoWebLaw has everything you’d need.
  • Need disclaimers just for your digital book or ebook? eBookLegalese
  • Display videos on your website with ease using FLV Video [WP Plugin]
  • Create, Record or Edit Video and Audio with Camtasia
  • Need a Logo or Professional Graphic – highly recommend LOGONERDS

DISCLOSURE: We may be an affiliate for the products we recommend. Meaning, if you purchase from our link we earn a commission.

Recommended Tools We Use In Our Business

The following is what we’ve been using for a few years in our business.  We’ll be adding to this list to keep you updated. Bookmark this page so you can use reference it as often as you need to.

Getting Your Site Online:

List Building/Autoresponder:

Depending on your setup we’d recommend a few options for you…

First, are you using a shopping cart that includes an Autoresponder? If yes – then we’d automatically recommend that you use that versus adding another system and additional expense into the mix. If you’d like an all-in-one system, highly recommend KickStartCart.

Secondly, if you are just looking for an autoresponder system with no shopping cart, then we’d recommend Aweber which you can send your emails and ezine through as you wish.

Personally we’ve been established with WAHMCart since 2009 and use that for our shopping cart and autoresponder system, so you will see my email delivered through WAHMCart’s system.

Ecommerce Shopping Cart Systems:

Selling your Book on Kindle:

  • Kindle Formatter – Affordable online software that allows you to turn your Word Documents into digital books you can publish on the Kindle [self-publishing option!]

Communicating with Team Members and Clients

  1. Skype – Use often for coaching, strategy calls and training with clients and team members.
  2. Google Voice – Helpful if you are calling when we’re not in the office or use Pamela for Skype (works with Skype to record all calls).

Keeping my Business Safe and Protected

  1. Mozy – Backs up my computer twice daily
  2. Roboform Everywhere – Securely stores all logins, usernames and passwords – for easy access when we need to log in.

Blog Plugins and Helpful Tools that I Love

  • Convert Your Blog Post Keywords Into Money Making Links with Ninja Affiliate Plugin [WP Plugin]
  • Duplicate Content Percentage Checker & Examiner Tool [WP Plugin]
  • Keyword Analysis Tool – Market Samurai
  • Building Landing Pages for Facebook Business Pages
  • Create Questionnaires, Checkout Forms and more with Gravity Forms
  • Create your LLC with CorpNet
  • Need Stock Images? Use Dreamstime.com or iStockPhoto.com
  • Need Disclaimers on your website? AutoWebLaw has everything you’d need.
  • Need disclaimers just for your digital book or ebook? eBookLegalese
  • Display videos on your website with ease using FLV Video [WP Plugin]
  • Create, Record or Edit Video and Audio with Camtasia
  • Need a Logo or Professional Graphic – highly recommend LOGONERDS

DISCLOSURE: We may be an affiliate for the products we recommend. Meaning, if you purchase from our link we earn a commission.

Want a graphic created? Check out this service for Affordable Graphics when you need them…

I was a bit curious when this email popped in my inbox… Create your own (do-it-yourself) graphics. I know most clients could create their own graphics – however you may not have the tools or the right templates – Using MyEcoverMaker.com can solve that for you. Click below to check it out for yourself (have fun!)

The Design Process – Help Your Clients Be Clearer

Received this from my business coach when I asked her – “How do you know what colors go with what? [in regards to working on a website design/customization] – not only is it a must to read this blog post – but the resources within it are amazing – have to share:

The Design Process – Help Your Clients Be Clearer.

For stock photos – I used istockphoto or photoxpress. They are recommending stockxpert which is now istockphoto or thinkstock.

Use http://www.colorschemer.com/ and see various color schemes here at http://www.colorschemer.com/schemes/

I use Photoshop for just about every project. You can also use a open source program called Gimp.

This resource is what really shocked me:

http://www.degraeve.com/color-palette/index.php

From the website it states:

Color Palette Generator

Enter the URL of an image to get a color palette that matches the image. This is useful for coming up with a website color palette that matches a key image a client wants to work with.

Really – how cool is that! Enjoy!! 🙂