Yes, five free resources. I used everything below to launch AllisonPeplinski.com and I continue to use them to maintain my site!
I use Canva to create my blog graphics including pins and Instagram promos. It's simple, professional, and honestly, just plain fun! There are tons of free layouts and stock photos to use in your graphics.
Later* is probably the best, free social media scheduler I've found. It's incredibly to connect your accounts and upload your shareable content in just minutes! Each profile gets 30 Scheduled Posts per month which so far has been more than I've needed. One downside is the ability to only schedule about two weeks in advance--does not apply to the Premium version.
I'll be honest in that I haven't used this service email newsletter service as frequently I thought I would. I went with Mailchimp because of its seamless integration with Squarespace. Mailchimp also offers plenty of newsletter templates and customization and automation options. So easy a monkey could do it. 😉
Think Creative Collective
I've spent an embarrassing amount of timeless scouring Abagail and Emylee's website and listening to their podcast The Strategy Hour. These ladies have been a great help to me and many other femmepreneurs get their websites ready for launch!
Don't adjust your audio, that pitter-patter was my heart leaping for Trello*. What is this Trello, you ask? It's a project management software. I've found it perfect for organizing potential blog topics, editorial calendars, and publishing checklists. The other Executive Board members of College Missions Company and I also use it to run almost every aspect of our Non-Profit. Lemme tell ya', it's powerful!
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