Productivity and Website Tools I L.O.V.E.

Productivity and Website Tools I L.O.V.E.

Website and Productivity ToolsHere’s a list of tools that I used in creating this blog and the ones which I use to increase my productivity.

My website tools:

Siteground – I switched to Siteground this year because I’ve heard a lot of good things about them. I’m not surprised that everything is going well – faster website, faster support.

SumoMe – You don’t need to worry about creating a custom pop-up for opt-ins and contact form. SumoMe does it all. All you have to do is authenticate your newsletter list and add your best email address. It has other awesome features too like heat map, etc…

Mailerlite –  If you are just starting out in building your newsletter subscribers, Mailerlite is a good choice. It’s simple to use. It’s fun! Start with a free plan and get paid subscription as you grow.

SEO Yoast – Yoast’s WP SEO plug-in optimizes all posts and pages by providing content analysis. All you have to do is, make sure you follow its suggestions.

Productivity Tools:

Google Apps – Who doesn’t use it?

Focus@Will – Focus@Will is a neuroscience based web tool that uses phase sequenced instrumental music and soundscape channels to increase your attention span up to 400% when working or studying. It works well for me. I can be anywhere I wan’t to be when I listen to Focus@Will – the beach, cafe, spa…It helps me relax and focus at the same time.

TeamWork –  I like this project management tool because it’s simple yet it has a lot of features and integrations. It’s good to use to track your own tasks and works well for teams too!

Lastpass – No need to remember all your passwords. LastPass remembers all your passwords. It’s secure too.

Pocket – When I stumble upon a really good article online but I don’t have time to read it yet, I save it using Pocket.

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Gwenn Doria

Founder and Author at Virtual Success Avenue
Hey there, awesome! I started this blog because I understand the challenges of starting out and thriving as a professional working from home. My aim is to empower aspiring and fellow Virtual Assistants by sharing tips, inspiring stories and lessons learned about the Virtual Assistant industry. Get to know me more by visiting the "About Me" page. 🙂 Cheers!