Resources for your

Tech Toolkit

(aka Tech Stack)

Some are free, some are paid and some work as an all-in-one solution. Others may need to be integrated to work well within your business processes.

Organise Your Tech Tools

Keeping a list of all the Tech Tools I've tried, used and love has been a real experience to decide how should I record all the information and deliver it to you.

I've chosen ClickUp to present the list to you, as it is where I store and keep the source data.  So it makes sense to not have to re-invent another way to display it to you.

If you follow my blog or youtube channel you may have picked up that I'm partial to ClickUp as my project management and document repository tool of choice.

It has more uses than just a storage list, so make sure to check out my youtube channel  for more uses.

Tech Tool Categories

This is how I organise and categorise the large list of tech tools

Content Creation

Tech Tools to assist you with creating content (both digital and hard copy)

eCommerce & Payment Gateways

Tech Tools popular with eCommerce sites, and the relevant Payment Gateways for most countries

Editing & Formatting

Tech Tools to assist your process flow when editing content (eg. video, documents, images)

Email & Communication

Tech Tools popular with Email and various methods of communication (eg. email lists, newsletters and support)

File Storage

Tech options for file storage on your device(s), in the cloud or on and external hard drive

Finance

Tech Tools for keeping your financial records (eg. cloud options, as well as more traditional)

Marketing & Analytics

Tech Tools for social sharing, marketing, and sourcing the results through analytics tools

Planning & Productivity

Tools for project planing, productivity ad digital options for notetaking

Websites & Hosting

Tech Tools popular for creating your website(s) and options for hosting

All The Tools You Need To Build A Successful Online Business

Tech can be confusing. There are some who say you MUST use this tool to be profitable in online courses, and this other is the only tool for proper 'writers'.  It's just not true. The right tech tool for you is the one that you are comfortable with and enjoy using.

If it's too hard to understand (even after you go through the tutorials) then maybe it's just not for you.  Every tool is designed by its developer to perform certain actions and if the way this happens doesn't fit your logic or business process, then hey - there are plenty more options out there to choose from.

Free List of Resources

We all work with Tech these days and have a range of apps and software that are our Tech Tools.

With this list of resources, either I use them now, or have used them along my journey as a Creative Solopreneur, and I recommend them.

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