On this page, you will find a list and description of the resources that I use to create and maintain this site.
The resources are divided into the following categories: hosting, images, emails, planners, and Books, Courses, and other Learning Resources
SiteGround Hosting is the most fundamental resource that I use. Without a host, I would not be able to maintain my site. The investment it would take to maintain my own servers and support for them would be too much for me to get started. SiteGround takes care of all that for me! Click on SiteGround Hosting to get started or see the services they offer.
Canva is the resource I use for all the graphics within the Paladin site. I am so pleased to announce that I have been invited to join Canva’s inner circle! This membership provides me with incredible insights into using Canva.
Currently, I am doing side-by-side comparisons of two email resources:
Click on the tweet below to let me know which tool you use for email!@paladinsword I prefer MailerLite for as an email service provider for my site! Click To Tweet @paladinsword I prefer drip for as an email service provider for my site! Click To Tweet
MailerLite is the first tool that I used for my email campaign.
Many of my blog posts describe how I use Trello to plan the launch of this blog and as a blog editorial calendar.
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Must-read Books, Courses, and other Learning Resources:
One of my favorite book and courses is The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey.
Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins has provided a ton of inspiration for this blog!
How to Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog by Bob Lotich was one of the first How-to books I read on the topic of Blogging.
Step-By-Step Guide to Make Money Blogging by Entrepreneurs-journey.com provides a great overview of how to go about starting a blog with the intent of monetizing.
“SEO 101 Guidebook” by Raelyn Tan has great guidance to increase your sites Search Engine Optimization! That means that by following Raelyn’s advice, your content will have a better chance of ranking well when someone does a Google search for a topic you have written on.
Start a Blog that Matters by Fizzle is a course that I recently completed. What more can I say than Awesome team providing great guidance as I created this blog. If you have paid attention to this blog, you will have seen improvements as the course went on.
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