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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)
This saves me a lot of time by auto-creating several unique social media posts for each blog post I publish: 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 use 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
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
The most accurate transcriptions I’ve seen so far: happyscribe
Ever since I started the rEATsearch podcast I’ve been looking for a high-quality transcription software. I was pretty impressed with this one because of its accuracy and the fact that it can tell the difference between two people’s voices and adds timestamps. Yes, the transcripts still need a light edit, but it’s not an overhaul like I’ve had to do with other software.