Resources

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Courses & Trainings

Freelancers Secrets

I’ve never seen a more clearly laid out “roadmap” that acts like a high-level guide for someone wanting to start a business online, but might need help figuring out how or where to start.

Julie Stoian went from stay-at-home mom to six-figure freelancer in just a few years, despite the crapstorm of obstacles that she was dealt…

She walks you through each step of the “freelancer’s roadmap” that took her on this journey.  Check out her crazy story, and then you’ll see why I have zero doubt that you can do it, too…

Tech Tools

all things website

Namecheap is the best place to buy domain names.  Hands down.  Not only are they super affordable, but it is good practice to purchase your domains separately from your hosting (in case something goes down, it won’t all crash).

SiteGround is my current webhost and their customer service is outstanding.  Whether you’re super knowledgable on all things website or a complete newbie, SiteGround makes being a website owner easy-peasy.

By far, Flywheel is the Cadillac of web hosting.  Their platform is easy to use, their customer service is out of this world, and they offer many standard perks – like nightly backups and security certificates – that others charge for.

If you are looking for a theme for your website, look no further than Studiopress.  The home of the Genesis Framework, they also offer almost 50 different themes to build out your site just the way you imagine.

When you dream, dream bigHello You Designs offers the most beautiful and comprehensive websites around.  I am always blown away by the layouts, the extra details and the functionality that is built in to every theme.