Or have you always been thinking of setting up a website, but you don’t know what to do or where to start?
I was in your shoes not too long ago.
When I started my blogging journey, I scoured the net for recommendations on blogging tools and resources people have used in their journeys.
For months, I signed up for A TON of ebooks and courses. Some were free and some weren’t. So I burnt a HUGE hole in my pocket. As it turns out with these things, courses/ebooks that provide alot of value are few and far between. There were many that were a complete waste of money to be honest.
I still can’t believe how some bloggers can price their products at $100 or more and yet offer buyers little to no value. Anyway, that was a huge learning curve and I now have a very clear picture of what is good and what isn’t.
And today I’m sharing all that with you. My honest experiences, recommended tools and resources that beginner bloggers need.
I’m doing this for you because I know how confusing and tricky it is for beginner bloggers. I’ve been there. And it’s hard having to figure out whether you need something or whether a certain course/ebook is really worth the money.
In the first part of this series, I introduce the top blogging tools and resources you’d need to get your blogging journey going.
Pinterest has been a great social marketing tool for my blog. But the thing with Pinterest as with other Social Media sites is the need to constantly go on your feed daily and pin stuff manually. Ain’t no one got time for that!
Introducing Tailwindapp and BoardBooster. Two of the biggest Pinterest Marketing schedulers. I use both and they have been absolutely instrumental in my blog’s traffic spike and my Pinterest profile’s growth.
This list is made up of the tools and courses that I’ve used in my journey as a blogger, and have been extremely helpful to me.
After spending several months researching, trying out different methods/courses and spending quite abit of money (some TOTALLY worth it, some not so), I’ve come up with a list of blogging tools and courses that would be ideal for you – especially if you are just starting off as a blogger.
But some of these can also be used if you are further along in your blogging journey. The recommended tools cover almost everything you would need as a blogger.