Quickbooks offers bookkeeping tools for small businesses. Get 50% off Quickbooks self employed through our link. Quickbooks Self Employed online is a LIFESAVER! I love it (it connects to TurboTax too so it makes it easy to do your taxes)
We recently switched from Mailchimp to SendFox for our email provider, and it's been great so far! It's pretty basic, very few bells and whistles, but it works great for us and instead of a monthly fee, we paid once on AppSumo! So if you're budget-conscious, this is a great option.
I got a subscription to Artlist in February and it covers unlimited licensing for every song you want to download for 1 year. Pretty awesome! I've already downloaded a lot of great music for my blog and social videos and I can use them forever even if I don't renew my subscription.
You can monetize and customize your link in bio with Koji. Add a tip jar, sell products, or collect emails in your link in bio!
After trying this out for a couple of weeks I decided to switch away from Koji back to my own link in bio blog page. The Koji analytics weren't working and nothing else seemed to work either (like the email signup and sale feature).
We recently switched from Shopify to Etsy to sell our digital and hand printed products to reduce costs associated with a Shopify store. We didn't sell enough to justify the Shopify fees, so we switched to Etsy where the fees are minimal!
The Grow plugin from Mediavine (formerly called Social Pug by DevPups) is a GDPR compliant social share plugin for websites. Grow also has capabilities for image pin descriptions so you don't have to have a separate plugin for that if you don't want
Planoly is a visual planner & scheduler for Instagram. I'm currently using Planoly and love it! I got a good deal on an annual plan on Black Friday.
Update: we are no longer using Planoly but just posting everything by hand to Instagram now. This is still an option, but if you have a business account on Facebook, they now offer post scheduling right in Facebook Business Manager for FB and IG both.
We've tried a few desktop video editing programs, and have decided to go with Final Cut Pro (I couldn't get the hang of Adobe Premiere Pro). So far, this one has been my favorite and I can resize videos for social media pretty easily, which was the biggest selling point for me!
For iphone/smartphone video editing, I still like using Adobe Premiere Rush even though I'm not a fan of their desktop app. It works great except that I have found that there are glitches sometimes with my videos after exporting from Rush, but it still has the best functionality so far from video apps so I still use it.
I had problems with it moving videos from Rush to Premiere Pro, but since I no longer use Premiere Pro and just use Final Cut Pro now, it's not something I have to worry about.