So, we all need a helping hand when it comes to starting in the world of online money making, so I have compiled a little list of sites, tools and themes that will help you on your merry way.
The stuff that I have recommended below are things that I have used in the past, or currently use now, from hosting all the way too tools that just provide a bit of help.
For themes, have a look at the review section or the Themes and Plugins section - Note I will post a link below to a great site where you can grab themes, but I will go into more detail on specific themes and plugins if I have found them really useful.
One of the best known 'Funnel Builder' services out there, made hugely popular by their viral adverts. ClickFunnels has everything you would need to get started in your funnel world.
From ecom, webinar and product launch funnels, to email services and even payment gateways. With prices ranging from $97 - 297pm there is plenty to meet everyone's budget.
A new contender on the block, Builderall is quickly becoming a contender for top dog.
It's great for those just starting out and don't want to pay full whack for ClickFunnels.
BuilderAll has a free option for those wanting to build just a website.
Allowing you to build funnels, webstores, websites and even mobile apps.
A lot like BuilderAll, Karta is more than just an funnel builder.
As with BuilderAll, you can build membership sites, run your email campaigns and build funnels.
It also has it's own marketplace for promoting products built on the Kartra platform.
From the guy who created Kartra, comes a new platform.
Designed to be a ClickFunnels killer, it's a lot like BuilderAll and Kartra in its style.
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Thrive Themes is the name given to the whole company, and they actually have a suite of products that you can use. Including a membership that gives you access to quizzes, themes, builders and more.
This site was built with Thrive Themes, as are many of my other sites, due to the ease of use and how quickly I can get pages looking really similar.
If you are looking for a decent 'all rounder' from eCommerce sites to blogs, then SiteGround is a great place to start.
I moved over to Siteground a few months back, as their hosting was quick and reliable.
Definitely my number 1 recommendation when it comes to hosting when you are starting out.
If you are looking for an 'all in one' platform to host your WordPress blog, and are willing to spend a little more, then having a dedicated IP address and a bit more server hosting might be the one for you.
Prices start from $29 a month. You can read a full How To Guide Here
All in all their costs for URLS/Domains are comparative to any of the other major sites and their support team are friendly. They do also do some great offers on domains from time to time such as 1 year for £1.99 or similar!
Another great place to find yourself domain names. NameCheap is one of the most popular sites due to it's cheap domain prices (including follow up pricing a year or two later). I have recently started to purchase a few domains from them due to some cracking deals.
Dropshipping Theme -
The theme offers multiple inbuilt plugins such as countdown timers, social proof displays and the number of visitors plugins, saving you a ton of money each month (all those alone used to cost me $40 - $90 p/month depending on what I was building).
Dropshipping Theme -
So, if you haven't read my review of Turbo, then I would encourage you to do so.
More expensive than eCom Turbo, it does have a much more polished feel too it.
The theme does come with a number of apps included, and is brilliant for increasing conversions and trust with your site.
Mailing List Builders & AutoResponders
You get access too 100 new leads every day for $1. Now the leads are not amazing, and may require warming up or sending low cost offers, but for $30 a month they are not bad.
Having an auto-responder is vital if you want to start building your email list, as it provides you with automation and the ability to mass mail with ease.
GetResponse provide automation and the ability to build awesome looking flows to map out the journey of your leads, from joining lists, to becoming customers and more.
Ifyou are looking at building your email list, one way of doing that is via Solo Ads.
Essentially using osmeone else to direct leads to your landing pages or capture pages. Some do it via their own PPC campaigns, others do it via their email lists.
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