I thought it would be helpful to create a resource page that you can always come to help you build your own Online presence.  I’ll add to it as I learn more, but you’ll notice that in the future I will reference this page quite often. I recommend bookmarking it for your reference and convenience. Enjoy!

Disclosure:  Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.  Please understand that I have experience with all of these companies, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something.  Please do not spend any money on these products unless you feel you need them or that they will help you achieve your goals.


If you look at nothing else on this page, these are the five that you should know about. I find myself recommending these resources again and again, in emails and on videos. I use them because they make my life easier, and I’m confident you’ll agree too.



Hostgator: 99% of my websites are hosted on Hostgator. Why? Because it’s incredibly easy to use. Especially with WordPress installation and excellent customer service. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using Hostgator for your first site. Also, you can use the same hosting account for multiple domains if you plan on creating more websites.
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Traffic Authority: Getting traffic to your website is one of the most important things if you wish to have it as one of your revenue streams. And getting good quality traffic is where Traffic Authority comes in. Take a look here.
Aweber: This is what I currently use to build my email list and send broadcast and autoresponder emails. I love this tool because it’s extremely easy and intuitive to use.
Elite Marketing Pro: An amazing Affiliate program that teaching you what you need to do to make money online. It breaks down the How if you bring your Why. The training program known as Ignition guides you as to how to maximise profits no matter what industry you are in.
99designs I get a lot of questions about where to find a good designer. At 99designs, dozens of talented designers compete to deliver the best design for your creative needs—from logos to business cards to full website concepts.
WordPress Makeover: This website was designed by the guys over at WordPress Makeover. Quick turn around and I think it has all the functionality a website needs.


  • Hostgator: 99% of my websites are hosted on Hostgator. Easy to use, WordPress installation and excellent customer service. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using Hostgator for your first site.
  • SumoMe – Free Tools to Grow Your Blog: From the creative minds of AppSumo comes an amazing suite of free tools to help grow your blog and increase traffic. Over 10,000 blogs (and counting!) use these free tools.


  • Elite Marketing Pro – This is in my eyes THE most successful program for helping you and others learn how to leverage their time to increase their profits.


  • Clickbank: Another digital products retailer. Probably the most popular. Decently priced, but comes with an amazing affiliate program for your products.
  • Paypal is just ok for selling your own products through them, but you’ll need an account anyways to configure with and accept payments from the above shopping carts.


  • Aweber: This is what I currently use to build my email list and send broadcast and autoresponder emails. I love this tool because it’s extremely easy and intuitive to use.


  • Google Adsense: Make money by placing relevant ads on your website that are generated from advertisers using Google Adwords. This is free to use, but you have to register for an account.
  • Google Adwords: If you want to begin advertising on Google, you can select keywords and locations and you pay each time someone clicks on your advertisement.


  • Elance: Hired service for just about anything you can think of.
  • WordPress Makeover: Amzing at Website and Design, they designed this website.
  • 99Designs: This is a unique website that you can use if you need a logo design. It’s in a contest format. You submit the description of what you want, and designers will compete against each other to win money.
  • SpeechPad: This is the service I have used to get transcripts done for my videos in the past.


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