This page lists some of the services, tools and software I recommend (and personally use) to help with your online business.

Important disclaimer: some of these links are affiliate links. This means that if you make a purchase, I will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. The only reason I have listed these companies is because I have experience with them and currently use them to run my business.

It is not because of the commissions that I could earn.

So only purchase the products if you feel that you need them and that they can help you to achieve your online goals.

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Previously, I have been using to power my website.  As someone who has been part of the WordPress community and used the platform for over a decade, it would have made sense to stick with it as my main content management system.

But I wanted a change but get out of my comfort zone and learn something new.

I didn't know much Webflow until I joined my current job and started to experiement with it. So I decided to migrate my site to Webflow. It has a bit of learning curve at the beginning, but I gradually grew to love how easy it is to handle HTML, CSS and Javascript in a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor. I am also hosting the site via Webflow's own hosting platform.

You can learn more about Webflow here.

Fathom Analytics

I do have a lot of posts on this site that is about how to make the most out of your Google Analytics.

But I also have a lot of posts about privacy too. So it doesn't make sense to have the two combined as there is one thing that Google is definitely not known for, and that is privacy.

I have been using Fathom Analytics since it started several years ago. Even though you have to pay for it, it's worth it. It's very rare you get to work with a company that values you, your privacy and your visitors' privacy whilst also providing really good service.

As part of my mission to reconstruct this website, I have removed Google Analytics (and Facebook) tracking. The posts will remain as I'm sure they are helpful, but I will be writing more about Fathom Analytics over time.

If you want to try it out yourself, you can get $10 off your first invoice by clicking the link here.

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After many frustrations with Google’s Keyword Planner, KWFinder has caught my attention and it has been a breath of fresh air.

KWFinder makes it easy for you to find long-tail keywords in a beautifully, well-designed interface and provides with many important metrics that you need, all in one screen.

Not only does it provide an alternative keyword tool, but it also has other products such as the ability to analyse the SERP (search engine result page) for a particular keyword.

Follow this link to get an exclusive 20% off any of the packages.

Or you can read the KWFinder review to learn more about this fantastic tool.


Certainly a unique brand name, but Screaming Frog is a hugely well-known brand within the SEO community, particularly for its SEO Spider Tool.

It can do the following:
- find broken links
- list the Page Titles & Meta Description
- generate XML Sitemaps
- review robots & directives
- discover duplicate content
- and so much more.

You can download it for free for a limited site crawl. But the paid version (which is only £149 per year) is incredibly powerful and offers more features including unlimited crawl limit, Google Analytics integration, crawl configuration and free technical support.

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Top view of a person drawing blueprints of a machine with tools, papers and notepad around him. Photo by ThisisEngineering RAEng on Unsplash


I use ConvertKit as my email service provider and email marketing platform.

ConvertKit has many benefits that come in  handy with email marketing, and my favourites include the beautiful, responsive and embeddable opt-in form, create email courses & guide, and the ability to design your own custom landing page with 3 templates.

You can try out ConvertKit yourself here.

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An essential part of my productivity and project planning tasks is using Trello on a daily basis.

Trello is like an online whiteboard. Instead of having that board filled with sticky notes for each task and team member, it is online and you can attach photos, attachments, checklists, etc., within that sticky note.You can also integrate it with a number of apps so that you can automate and organise your tasks.

I also tend to use the ABCDE method, mentioned in that ‘Eat That Frog blog post’, and Trello is a big part of it. You can get your own copy of my ABCDE Project Trello Board for free.It’s not just for business. I also use it for personal use too.

For example, one board is for organising my favourite recipes, which I can assign to a particular day of the week.  Another board is for organising my to-do list in the house.g. paint a room, clear out the garage, organising your finance, etc. I even have my own personal meal planner board where I list my favourite recipes and I can use it to decide what to eat.

You can check out Trello here.


Evernote has been a lifesaver for those who are looking to organise personal life and business.

The note-taking productivity tool can help you in many ways: organise and create project to-do lists, record audio, save article drafts, snap pictures, access your notes from anywhere and with ease, find your notes fast, search for handwritten notes, share with anyone.

As an Evernote Community Leader, I am also qualified to provide advice on how to make the most of Evernote for your specific needs, plus staying ahead with the latest tips and advice on how to use this fantastic tool.

You can try out Evernote here.

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It is crucial for me to stay on top of how much time I spend with each projects and Toggl is my time-tracking app of choice.

If you want a better idea of where you spend the most time, applying Toggl to everyday tasks will give you a true and fresh insight into how you are using your time.

Even the free package can make a big difference to your time-keeping.And you never know, you might find that you are wasting too much time on a particular type task, which you could outsource instead and save you hours per week.

Just think what you could do with that much extra time on you hands!


A big fear for many is losing all the files and documents on your computer.But if you have automated backup in the background, you will have all of your files safely stored away for when you desperately need them.To ensure that your company’s data is safely backed-up, my choice of data storage is Backblaze.

They provide unlimited cloud backup of your Mac, PC and even external hard drives at a low cost. As one of the best and most popular online backup solutions, it is one less headache to worry about if you somehow lose your data.

Once you have it set up the first time, you never have to touch it again (unless it’s an emergency or your computer hasn’t been on for a long time) as it works in the background without you knowing it.

Get 1-month of data storage for FREE when clicking on this link and purchasing from Backblaze.

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VPN stands for ‘Virtual Private Network’ and it is designed to hide your IP address so that you can create a secure connection to another network over the internet.

Many people use VPN to access region-restricted websites, but a crucial part of using a VPN is to protect you and give you privacy online.

This is particularly important if you are accessing public WiFi. Doing so without a VPN will enable you to be visible to anyone who is using the same WiFi connection, which can then make you vulnerable to attacks without you knowing.

So next time you are tempted to use a public WiFi, think about how vulnerable it can make you to attackers.

The best way to stop that is by using a VPN like NordVPN, which is a very easy-to-use platform and offers cutting edge encryption technology, privacy and freedom.

Get 20% off NordVPN when clicking on this link and start by installing it on your computer, tablet and mobile devices to protect yourself. Or you can read all about NordVPN here.


One of the biggest reasons why attackers have managed to hack into accounts is because of weak passwords. It is very common to see many people use the same set of passwords across a number of sites. And using “password” as your password (yep, people do that) is not clever.

In fact, it’s very careless and dangerous.And once the hackers have access to just one of your passwords, they will have access to almost all of your online profiles.It is essential to use a password manager and my top choice is LastPass.

Once you have created one complex, unique password to access your LastPass account, you can create even more complex and unique passwords for every single online account that you have.

Don’t worry, you only need to remember the master password, and LastPass remembers the rest.And that is the recommended approach when it comes to creating passwords.

Get yourself 1-month FREE premium LastPass, by following this link.

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If you are on this site, there is a chance that you are running your own online business.  And one thing that we all must do is to manage our finances. How boring!

By using FreeAgent, you can really simplify the whole process. It’s not just about watching your expenses and keeping an eye on your cashflow, but you can also:
- instantly create a template for your invoices and estimates
- automatically send and chase up invoices fill and file your tax return automatically
- import your bank feeds for a real-time view of your cashflow, track time spent on your clients
- automatically generate and submit your VAT return to HMRC in one click
- plan ahead with corporation tax forecasting


Formerly known as TransferWise, this platform allows to send and receive various currencies at a low cost, with no hidden charges and painlessly.

After using them for several years, it makes me wonder what's the point of using banks and high-street chains to convert currencies, whether it's for personal use like going on holiday or when working with people in other parts of the world.

Try out Wise using this link and receive free international transfer of up to £500 (or the equivalent in your currency). logo
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Even though I have a YouTube channel, there are times when I want to upload videos privately and securely for personal or business use.In my opinion, Vimeo is great for that.

Even though it’s primarily a platform for the creative filmmakers, that’s not to say that you cannot use it for your own use too.For example, you can use it to host private training videos for your members. Or you can use it to store your holiday videos privately and behind a password.

Or perhaps you want to interact with the creative community of filmmakers.There is something for everyone at Vimeo.

If you click on this link to Vimeo, you can save up to 25% on an annual Plus or Pro membership.