As incredible as it is, to say that starting and running a side hustle is a little “difficult” would be a humongous understatement, and that is before you combine a teachers’ schedule.
You have to wear a lot of hats and do a lot of jobs, especially when starting out.
That’s why I’ve done a lot of the heavy lifting for you. Here is your ultimate list of resources for entrepreneurs that want to start their side hustle.
Featured tools – My favourites
Bluehost: WordPress Hosting – Special offer $3.95 a month
Bluehost is the ultimate WordPress hosting platform. Easy to set up, with great customer service and a whole lot of extras. If you’re starting out a new blog, then Bluehost is a sure-fire winner. They power over two million blogs around the world, so, hey, they have to be doing something right. Check it out.
StudioPress: WordPress themes
If you’re going with WordPress, it is best to just find a premium theme and buy it straight out. Don’t waste your time with the “free” themes, which are so limited that you end up having to buy a premium theme anyway. Learn more about StudioPress, or check out a few of my favourites here.
Sumo: List building
I use Sumo forms for all of my websites. They are easy to work out, and better yet, they work. Check their products
here. Their blog is also awesome, check out this article on growing your email list. 12 Essential Growth Hacking Ideas For Non-Growth Hackers
Bonjoro: Surprise your customers
If you have joined my email list, odds are, you have received a Bonjoro. I LOVE this app. You can send little videos straight to somebodies inbox. Bonjoro links with your email provider, so when you get a new subscriber you can say hi. Or, if you are selling on your site, why knot send a thank you to new customers. Bonjoro has a free trial too which is a great taste to see if it is your cup of tea. Free Trial registration page.
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