If you know any of my backstory, you’ll know that I created my first digital product in 2012. That was before I knew diddly squat about creating an online business. Since then I’ve tried all kinds of tools. Tech tools come and go, but here are the essential tools that I use that have stood the test of time.
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My fav tech tools
Tech tools are the backbone of my business. They play a huge role in the creation, automation, hosting and selling of my digital products.
Tech is also what holds beginning digipreneurs from diving into the online space. There are a lot of tech tools, definitely enough to get lost in the bright and shiny. Take note of my fav tools that have stood the test of time.
I love leadpages. Although Leadpages is a landing page builder, it definitely goes beyond just landing pages. I used Leadpages for years without having a full website. Leadpages helped me grow my audience, drive leads and sales. You can use leadpages to host and deliver digital products and grow an email list of raving fans.
Leadpages can be used alone, but it also has some amazing integrations.
Click Here to create your Leadpages account with a FREE 14 day trial. (You’ll need the PRO option). If you’ve taken my Product Worthy training course, you know that we use Leadpages to create and automate our sales pages as well as use it as an option to deliver our digital products.
Active Campaign is an email automation/crm tool all in one. It allows users to automatically deliver products and easily follow up with leads and customers. Click here to get started with a free trial.
I use Amazon S3 as an affordable, secure way to host my digital files. These files include workbooks, documents etc. Amazon S3 is super confusing at first but once you get the hang of it. I do not use Amazon S3 to host video
Stay tuned for more details on how these tools work and more importantly how they work together.
Let me know your favorite tech tools in the comments.