These are the tools I use to write, publish, produce, create, and ultimately make money.
Every single link on this page is an affiliate link. ALL OF THEM. If it’s not, I made a mistake.
If I can’t make a site with GeneratePress, I don’t want to make it.
- GeneratePress is a lightweight and fast-loading theme, which is important for improving the user experience on your website.
- The theme is highly customizable, with various options and settings that allow you to quickly change the look and feel of your website.
- GeneratePress is well-designed and user-friendly, with clear and intuitive controls that make it easy to set up and manage your website.
- The theme is well-supported, with regular updates and a dedicated support team available to help with any issues or questions.
- GeneratePress is also highly compatible with popular WordPress plugins, making it easy to add additional features and functionality to your website.
Linky linky: generatepress.com
Add containers to your block collection. Query loops. It’s good to go.
Linky linky: generateblocks.com
A.I. Writer Tool
I don’t use Jasper to blast out article after article, those rarely rank in my experience. But what I do use it for is
- Rewriting content
- Summarizing content
- Feature-to-benefit tools
- Different copy frameworks
- Rewriting transcriptions into articles
Linky linky: jasper.com
Pabbly had a one-time cost of around $150 for 3,000 automation per month that I capitalized on. It’s essentially an alternative to Zapier that is much more budget-friendly.
What I’m using it for
- Sharing published pages to social media
Linky linky: pabbly.com
Alternative Ad Network
One of the problems I ran into when building programmatic SEO sites was that everyone’s favorite ad network wouldn’t approve some of the sites for several reasons. Now, that doesn’t make much sense to me, so I found a healthy alternative.
Fortunately, there is no minimum required traffic, and I’ve had some days that saw upwards of $60 CPMs. Popunders can be very powerful.
Linky linky: adsterra.com
Stock Images & Image Editor
Once upon a time, I was a broke boy who used GIMP and whatever free images I could find on those free stock photo sites. Now I’m not, so I pay the $12/month for Canva. No more worrying about images, I can do it all in Canva. Boomshakalaka.
Linky linky: canva.com