I’ve been asked a few times what tools I’m using to create, plan, and promote the deep dives I’m creating. I figured I’d make a list of tools I use regularly so I had an easy-to-share link.
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I get asked all the time about how I built my website. Here are the tools I’m using:
ConvertBox is the tool I use quite a bit on my website. It helps me A/B test opt-in forms, create pop-ups and link triggers, quizzes, and personalized offers.
Yes, it's expensive but it's a one-time fee vs monthly.
Social Media Scheduling
I use these tools to schedule out some of my social media posts.
You know all of those great-looking carousels that look like someone screenshotted a tweet and designed it better? Tweetpik is how I create these.
It's a great tool that allows you to repurpose tweets into LinkedIn & Instagram carousels.
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My email service provider of choice. They integrate seamlessly with SparkLoop, have some of the best deliverability rates in the industry, and customer service is top-notch.
You can use them for free up to 1,000 subscribers.
Beehiiv is a great tool if you're just getting started and want a tool that incorporates your newsletter and website.
It's not as robust in terms of automations as ConvertKit, but it's a great tool on its own.
Courses & Communities
I talk a lot about communities and courses because they can help you skip a few steps on your journey. Instead of making all of the same mistakes others have made, you can leapfrog some of those and move faster.
Here are some of my favorite communities and courses to help you out.
This is my favorite community, hands down. Jay Clouse is a masterful community builder, so much so that it's currently on a waitlist to get in.
However, he launched a "Starter Tier" that includes all of his courses and workshops, and gets you on the waitlist to join when there is an opening.
Newsletter Blueprint Lab is a great community if you're running and building a newsletter. There are over 450 creators in there, including some bigger names that you might not have access to otherwise.
It's built on Discord, so you can ask questions and get feedback in real-time.