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Trustworthy science-based nutrition resource I refer to regularly: Examine.com
I highly recommend Examine as a science-based unbiased nutrition and supplement reference for health professionals (plus, they have “Personalized Research” for health seekers)
“The money’s in the list” and here’s what I use for my email autoresponder: ConvertKit
“The money is in the list!” I use ConvertKit as my email autoresponder to grow my subscriber list with great-looking forms, keep in touch with subscribers, and learn how to better engage with them (by tagging clicks)
Good-looking surveys I use to collect feedback and ask my audience’s opinions: ResponseSuite
Knowing what your audience hates and loves is key to constantly refining your business. I use ResponseSuite to create surveys and I love their customizable Thank You pages (I link mine to my booking link to offer a quick chat)
Recipe collections and meal plans: Mealgarden
Get yourself a 30-day free trial for the mealgarden software and app. See how easy it is to find recipes and put together collections and meal plans. I love their extensive search filters that helps find meals to accommodate just about any food sensitivity in seconds.
This saved me a lot of time by auto-creating several unique social media posts for each blog post I publish: Missinglettr (I’ve recently deleted my FB & IG accounts, but if I was still actively promoting my biz on socials, I’d definitely use Missinglettr)
If you publish quality blog posts, you want to maximize traffic to them over months (and years). I use Missinglettr to auto-create nine (yes nine!) social media posts for every blog post and schedule them to go to my social media followers over the course of the year
I used this to share other people’s blog posts with my followers because it schedules recurring social media posts: SocialBee
Not all of my social media is sharing my own blog posts. I use SocialBee to create and schedule recurring social media posts from other people’s amazing content
Layne is an amazing lawyer, specializing in protecting women-owned small businesses: Layne Lyons
Layne creates done-for-you legal templates for all of your small business needs including contracts, website terms, or other legal documents.
This platform is how I run my freelance business (client info, proposals, contracts, invoices, projects, tasks, calendar, reminders, etc.): Plutio
I personally run my freelance health writing business with Plutio: proposals/contracts (including embedding videos!), invoicing, projects/tasks, time tracking, etc. They even have a mobile app to track on-the-go