Resources to use in your business


Whether you are a blogger, virtual assistant, or if you are into e-commerce, there is something here for you. 

This is list of resources that  all beginner bloggers will find useful. This list contains some affiliate links which means I may get a small commission if you buy a product, at no extra cost to you. Please see my disclaimer  for additional information.



Bluehost is the best option for hosting.

You don’t have to be a tech person. This website was built with Bluehost. All of my clients that I build a website for was done on Bluehost.

With Bluehost, they make things easier for you  by installing WordPress, and you get a free domain name  as well as SSL certificate. You get friendly 24/7 support with Bluehost. Bluehost Hosting costs $3.95 USD/mo.



Having an email list is important, the money is in the list, I’m sure you’ve heard that already.

You need Mailerlite because you get your first 1000 subscribers absolutely free and even on the free plan you get unlimited emails to send monthly.

You don’t have to even worry about getting started, there are tons of video on YouTube from Mailerlite team themselves that walks through everything. Sign up for your free account here.



Tailwind is a life saver and the ultimate tool to make Pinterest/Blogging easy. If you’ve been spending countless hours trying to post on Pinterest, you can save time with Tailwind.

Tailwind is a tool that Pinterest supports, and it’s safe to use because Tailwind follows Pinterest”s guideline in every detail.

Tailwind can schedule your pins days, week’s, even months away if you’re going to be busy or maybe going on vacation.

Free Canva Templates

Here are 7 templates to help you get started with making awesome Pinterest pins. These pins can help you build your momentum on Pinterest and drive traffic to your website.

You can create tons of pins from these templates,  and with Pinterest algorithm requiring fresh pins regularly to stay in trends, These free templates would take off the burden of having to create pins from scratch.

 With these attractive, click-worthy templates,  you can use over them over and over.

Affiliate Programs


ShareASale is an Affiliate Marketing Network with lots of merchants that supports bloggers who are looking to promote their merchant’s products. Shareable supports various niches.

When you see ads placed all over some blogs, those are actually Shareasale links. When visitors click on your unique affiliate link, and make a purchase, you get a commission.

You have the option of creating a custom referral link for certain products on Shareasale. 

Writing Tools


Grammarly is one of the best spelling, grammar, punctuation, and plagiarism checker.

When you install Grammarly on your browser, you will have access to antitrust on your blog, but on social media, in your emails even in Google docs.

It’s very easy to get sign up for Grammarly. It is especially useful if you’re not a native English speaker. 



Canva allows you to create engaging and stunning images to use on your blog posts. You can use Canva to design just about anything. Canva has lots of templates for logo designs, social media posts designs, Pinterest pins, business cards and much more. It’s an amazing tool for those have no graphic design background.


This is a market place that offers freelance services at affordable prices. If you want to get help with web design, branding, logo design, marketing or SEO, proofreading, video ads, you can be assured to find a freelance who is well able to do the job. 

Stock Photos

Deposit Stock Photos

This is one of my favorite resources for stock photos because they are very high quality, have loads of photos in a wide variety of categories that wouldn’t even imagine.

They are very inexpensive so much they are practically free. Occasionally, they have amazing deals that allow you to purchase photos for even less than $1. I don’t know about you, but that’s a sure real deal.