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I am happy to share with you my Resource Tool Box. It’s my hope that you have success with using any of these. This post does contain affiliate links. This means I may receive a commission for purchases made from some of these links. My commissions have no impact on the cost you pay. All of these products and services I am referring, I have personally used and would recommend. As a new blogger, I relied on these products and services to get my website set-up and working functionally rather quickly. I would hope you would have the same success.
Bluehost is a web hosting service. I’ve used Bluehost for the past 5 years and have had nothing but the best experience with their service offering and customer support. Although Bluehost offers chat, I’ve found the service is not the same as calling their customer service line. You are connected with an experienced professional happy to answer any questions you have.
Have you ever thought about starting a blog or website? I share my experience with Bluehost in my post; “Start a Blog“.
Grammarly is a proofreading program that integrates with your search engine. I use Grammarly for all of my proofreading needs. Not only does Grammarly check spelling and grammar, but also sentence structure, tense, plagiarism, and much more. Although Grammarly does a good job checking my posts and website content, it should always be a best practice to have a friend look over your work, just to be sure. Grammarly is FREE, however, do offer an affordable upgraded plan. I find having Grammarly is necessary for my blog. Visit their website here.
Yes, DIY Mogul designs LOGO’s!!! YAY! Happy to hear this? I’m happy to tell you. The Logo Design service offers customized artwork based on your business brand. To Learn more, click on my personalized landing page for more details. Access it here.
Design Seeds is a great resource to find color collections for your website. I used this site to identify the color codes for DIY Mogul and Jazmar’s Books.
Mailerlite has been a great low costs solution for managing my email and online engagement funnels. They offer a free subscription service for accounts with under 1,000 subscribers. Mailerlite’s landing pages are also easy to create and customize to whatever service offering I’m promoting. Take a look at a few of the landing pages I created using Mailerlite’s webform; Blogging 101, Jordin’s Life Lessons, and Logo Design by DIY Mogul. Check out Mailerlite today.
I use the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan for my Photoshop needs. Photoshop is used primarily for creating blog post images, social media posts, and assets for my marketing. I would definitely encourage having Photoshop in your tool box so you can create beautiful, eye-popping, visuals to bring visitors to your site and content. Adobe Creative Cloud is $9.99 a month. An inexpensive cost for your marketing. Learning Photoshop is not difficult at all. I use online tutorials to help me accomplish what I need with the program. To get started with your Creative Cloud plan, click here.