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ConvertKit is a newer comapny for building an email list. It is a bridge between Infusionsoft/Ontraport and Aweber where it allows you to do triggers based on user actions. The downside is they don’t like stock trading lists :( so we don’t use them. The other companies above actually look at your open rates to accept / deny you.
Crowdcast.io is my go-to webinar platform. You can create events paid, call to actions, create multiple session webinars, integrate it into your website, and more! After trying dozens of platforms – it is my favorite webinar tool! Clickmeeting is my second favorite that I liked when I did my testing.
Looking to create landing pages quickly? Great for book offers, promotions, or lead collection.
This is hands down my favorite camera! I know many vloggers love the Canon 70D/80D for YouTube (I used to be a Canon fan) – but the GH4 kills the Canon for video. You can record for 30+ mins, 4K video, & use it as my web cam for webinars with the HDMI port!
This camera is the best pocket camera for vlogging, video, and photos around. The picture is amazing for a travel size camera. The only downside is there is no mic-input (hence why it isn’t my primary camera).
This is my go-to all around lens! If I had to pick one lens for the Panasonic GH4 this one would be it. You need longer arms to vlog with this lens (so for vlogging the Panasonic 7-14mm is better in my opinion). Otherwise for everything else this lens is awesome!
This is my primary tripod that I use. It is heavy duty, incredibly adjustable, tall, and has an extension arm that can be parallel to the ground (great for overhead shots).
This is the lighting kit that I use to light up my studio. The lights are great as they have multiple bulbs so even if one burns out you can continue to film (compared to some other kits that only have one special bulb).
Fiverr.com is great for micro-tasks. People post what they are willing to do for $5 and you can hire them for tasks like design eBook covers, business cards, podcast editing, and more. The great thing is you can also do tasks for other people if you are looking for some side-hustle money.
#Slack is our team communication tool. It is similar to a chat program, but for teams internally. You can directly message people, chat as a group, or video call. The app works fast, flawlessly, you can integrate apps, and it has a mobile app that kicks butt!
The software is a huge timesaver. You speak and it types. Hands down – one of the easiest ways to write your book! I speak into my HyperX II Headset with this software and its quite accurate.
Createspace is a great website for independently publishing your book as the company is owned by Amazon. When you list your book it automatically gets listed on Amazon after an approval process. This makes it efficient and the price per copy is unbeatable if you are looking to print your book (especially in black and white).