Between writing, design, marketing, and so much more, sometimes I just don’t have time to take creative well-lit photos. That’s where Pixabay comes into use. This stock website has beautiful photos, illustrations, vectors, and videos.
After getting my website up and running I knew to get more visitors I had to dive into email marketing. After some research, I decided on JotForm. This website is extremely easy to use and has a great selection of customizable forms that include but aren’t limited to subscription, contract, order, and contact forms. I love that it allows me to not only create a form for email marketing but for other purposes as well.
Once I had my brand and business set, I had one more important task on my list: Finding a place to sell my printables. As you know there are a lot of options when it comes to eCommerce for small businesses. I’ve tried a host of the more popular sites, but they just didn’t cut it for me. After searching for alternatives I came across Payhip – It’s the site I use today. The main features that attracted me to Payhip and kept me around are the low fees, easy listing management, and free marketing options.
Take a look at my current Payhip storefront HERE.
Grammarly has been the blogging assistant I didn’t know I needed. If you’re anything like me, then you love to write and sometimes in my haste I forget to proofread my work – A bad habit of mine. That’s where Grammarly steps in. It checks for word choice, clarity, correctness, punctuation, grammar, and much more. I highly recommend using the website or browser extension when writing anything.