Resources I use
Some free and some paid Resources
Site Ground

Website: Site Ground

I like Site Ground. They have been very helpful when I’ve had issues. They have a lot of information on their site that is helpful. And I have had no downtime in 2 years.

They are a really good webhosting site.


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WordPress Theme

Website: Elegant Themes

They have several themes, I really like Divi. It’s what I use to build all of my websites. It has some really amazing features and requires no coding.


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Email Autoresponder

Website: Aweber

I use Aweber for my email newsletters. It is easy to use, and Aweber is very helpful with lots of resources.


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I use Divi, built by Elegant Themes, on five different websites. I am not super tech savy and had only ever done a few websites before – wordpress.com and through wix. I found Divi so cool but there was a learning curve. But honestly with the changes they have made to it and with the new ones coming out, I think Divi is going to be able to be used by just about anyone. I love the flexibility it gives – no two sites look alike.
Divi WordPress Theme

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Writing, Publishing & Marketing
Some free and some paid Resources

Website: Lumen5

Lumen5 is an easy way to create simple videos that are great for use on social media.



Website: Payhip.com

A great way to set up your own store to sell electronic goods and some physical goods. I use it for my bookstore – GMT Books


Writing Programs/Software
Some free and some paid Resources



I love Scrivener I use it for writing my novels and even for projects that I’m doing.

It’s a great way to stay organized and keep all your information in one place.

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If you are a writer and want a great product that will help you:


~ get organized with your ideas, research, chapters

~ keep track of characters/people and all of their information

~ easily rearrange chapters so that they fit better with your story

~ write your story in any order you want

Then Scrivener is for you!

This amazing product, Scrivener, is a must for any author. It took me a little bit to learn it but it was so worth it. I think you will find this an amazing program that organizes everything in one place – your notes, your research, your pictures, your novel, your information. I have used it for fiction and nonfiction. I love it.

Free Resources
Google Calendar

I use this to keep track of my meetings and deadlines.

Google Keep

I’ve just recently come across Google Keep. It seems to work well and is really easy to use. It is another tool to break down events/projects into achievable steps.


Website: Trello

I use this to break down my goals into steps, what do I need to do and when do I need to do it by. And it’s free.


Website: Canva

I use this to create images for blog posts and social media. I love Canva. You can create some really neat images on there. And the best part is it free.

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