Kate Recommends

Website Hosting:

SiteGround is an excellent starter hosting plan for a small business that is getting started.  It’s low cost plans will help you keep expenses in control and it will grow with you as your business grows.  It offers superior customer service, unique WordPress security and speed solutions at a very affordable price. It provides all the shared hosting features such as free WordPress installation, free domain name, support, free WordPress migration, email accounts and a lot more for just $3.95 per month. Visit SiteGround.

WP Engine  is the hosting company you move to when your business starts growing.  If you’re serious about building a strong sustainable business or more advanced, WPEngine is the ideal hosting solution. It’s not cheap, but it’s fast, reliable and secure with great customer service. This is where you move  your business when you’ve outgrown the traffic limitations of other hosting. Come see what makes WP Engine different.

Landing Pages

Thrive Content Builder is the only tool that I use to build my landing pages and sales funnels.  It’s a drag and drop solution and comes complete with nearly 132 templates that can be easily edited for any situation, It’s flexible, affordable and simply fantastic. Watch the video understand it’s power.  Landing Pages for WordPress

WordPress Themes:  I normally use Thrive Themes for most of sites due to their flexibilty and ease of use with the content builder.  My personal favorites are Rise and Focus Blog.  Check out Conversion Focused WordPress Themes

Email Marketing:

Constant Contact is an easy to use contact management and email marketing solution.  I love Constant Contact because it’s a complete marketing solution for small businesses.  The support is excellent and the platform includes social media integration, event marketing and local marketing.  Good stuff. Visit Constant Contact.

Social Media Tools:

Buffer:   Bufferapp.com is an excellent tool that helps you share interesting information that you come across  and want to share.  It’s a must have in my marketing toolkit.

 

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