These are some of the products, tools, and services that I recommend to all of my blog followers and friends. Please know that anything that is recommended on this page is something that I currently use to help grow my blog! Of course, if you have any questions, please message me and I’ll be happy to help you.
Tools and Resources
Kitchen Planner and Printables
Cheerful, colorful printables. Laminate, hole punch, and store on a binder ring for convenient and easy access. These adorable printables (designed like a mason jar) include ingredient substitutions, metric conversions, measuring equivalents, half measurement conversions (handy for when you want to ‘half’ a recipe!). If you purchase the deluxe version, you can also print recipe cards, labels, and more.
More information on the Kitchen Planner can be found here or by clicking on the photo. This is a lovely set of printables that are perfect to help us all organize our lives!
Tailwind has drastically reduced the time I spend on Pinterest. In just a couple hours, I can schedule my own pins as well as other blogger’s pins so that my account stays active all week. Finding similar content my followers will love is even easier now with Tailwind’s Tribes! If you need help with Tailwind, let me know! I offer Tailwind scheduling through my Virtual Assistant Services.
I run two weekly linky parties and I use the InLinkz Tool to create the code that allows other bloggers to add their blog posts to the parties. I also use InLinkz to help me organize and list my recipes and DIY/Decorating projects under the tabs at the top.
My all-time favorite pinning course is Pinning Perfect! After I completed this course I was able to grow my Pinterest followers from under 5,000 to over 22,000. AND Pinterest has become my #2 traffic source to the blog. New or experienced pinners can gain the skills necessary to use Pinterest to its fullest. It’s perfect for holiday traffic, evergreen traffic, and affiliate sales!
I have been using PicMonkey for about 5 years now to resize, crop, and edit images for my blog. I use PicMonkey to make my images with text overlay for blog posts and more importantly, for Pinterest. The basic features of Picmonkey are free, but I pay for the royal membership (currently $33/year) to access more fonts and features.