Tools & Resources
All the tools you need to supercharge your business.
On this page you'll find a list of tools and sites I recommend for building and optimising your business (including a few I've created!). Many of these I either use to run my own business today, or have used in the past.
Please note that some of these links are affiliate links, which means that if you click them and make a purchase I may earn a commission, at no extra cost to you. Rest assured I only recommend products and services I've actually tried and trust to help you.
eBooks & Templates
Quick and easy tips to save you time and supercharge your website.
Your website is a vital tool in promoting your business but you don’t want to be spending all your time creating and promoting your content. And you don’t have to.
I’ve filled this eBook with all the best time-saving tips, tricks and how-tos that I’ve learned over the past 7+ years of building WordPress sites.
Save time and impress your clients with these easy to customise templates.
Consistency is key to building a recognisable brand. But once you’ve sent your client their new logo you don’t always have control over how it’s used.
Use these InDesign templates to create super-helpful guidelines for your clients so they can make the most of their new logo.
Professional quality design at a fraction of the price.
Budget won't stretch very far? Need a logo in a hurry?
No problem; explore my exclusive range of ready made logos and find a logo to fit your business.
Simply choose your logo and we'll work together to customise it to fit your business.
Streamline your business
Spend less time on admin and more time relaxing with a nice cup of coffee
FreeAgent is an easy to use accounting app aimed at small businesses. It makes keeping your finances up to date a breeze and their support department is super helpful, which is great when you don't speak the accountancy lingo. Sign up with this link and we'll both get a 10% discount.
Acuity: if you and your clients spend too much time emailing back and forth to arrange meetings, Acuity can take that off your hands. It syncs with your calendar so clients can schedule their own appointments.
Toggl: Need to track your hours? Toggl is a simple time tracker and you can easily create reports to see how you're spending your time.
Dropbox: Dropbox gives you a place to store all your files so they aren't cluttering up your hard drive and they're accessible from all your devices. You can even share files with other people, making it great for collaboration.
Google Drive: Another option for file storage and sharing, Google Drive has a pretty generous free plan.
Spread the word with social media
Automate and batch your social media marketing
Hootsuite is an easy to use social media scheduler. You can connect it to multiple accounts to manage all your profiles from one place.
Tailwind: The best scheduling tool for Pinterest. Batch create your pins and the app will post them throughout the day. You can also join Tailwind Tribes to reach a bigger audience and boost your marketing. Find out how I use Tailwind to boost my blog traffic.
Social Jukebox: Don't let your tweets get lost in people's feeds. With Social Jukebox you can recycle your best content to get it seen by more people.
ContentCal: If you prefer a more visual tool, ContentCal is a great way to plan and schedule your social media content. You can connect multiple accounts, even Instagram and there's a mobile app so you can create content on the go.