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For your popups and landing pages, I recommend MailChimp. They have a free service that is easy to use.
Social media giving you a headache? Try Hootsuite, they also have a free service that allows you to schedule up to 30 tweets/social posts in advance. Great free tool for the busy blogger…
Keep coming back, as I learn of more free (stuff) resources I will be sure to add them.
Not so Free Resources
You all know that I think images are critical to a blog post. The quality of the photo is important. So I get all of my images from iStock by Getty Images. They have quality images at decent prices. You don’t have to purchase a plan, you can try them out image by image too.
Great books for your blogging library.
The top two books, Crush It! and Content Inc. are at the top of the list because of the content inside the books. I have them as audiobooks and have listened to them probably 20 times or so. Great inspiration, and highly recommended but not just by me. Check out their ratings on Amazon. That says it all!