Here is a list of the tools and resources that I use to create my projects. This list will be updated when I find new tools, tips, and resources.
PicMonkey – If you would like beautifully branding images for your online presence then I highly recommend PicMonkey. I love that you can easily store all of your brand assets, edit and create templates for continued use.
LearnDash – I have used a lot of membership plugins for courses or member portals but my number one pick for courses is definitely LearnDash. I prefer to host courses on my own platform and LearnDash has an easy to use platform for all technical levels.
Freshbooks – Made for the small business owner to help you tame your finances. You can run reports, track your time on projects, and accept payments. They also offer a 30 day trial to see if it is a good fit.
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