Here are some of my favorite business tools.
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List Building & Engagement

ConvertKit offers more powerful marketing automation to small business owners at an affordable price. Among other things, ConvertKit allows you to fine-tune the days of the week and even the times that your subscribers will receive your automatic email sequences. It makes it easy for you to work with your email list no matter your skill level.

With MailChimp, you can send 12,000 emails to 2,000 subscribers for FREE. While I’ve helped ad agencies set up MailChimp to market to their design customers, this is also a good option when you’re just starting out in business because it’s easy to use, and it’s free while you build your list.

Missinglettr creates automatic social media campaigns by taking your blog posts and creating social media posts that you approve then share via a schedule. Great for long-lasting, “evergreen” content. It drives traffic for an entire year!

Nathalie Lussier
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Canva is a free graphic design tool website that makes design more accessible. Create designs for web or print, blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations and so on.

Creative Market
A platform for design content from independent creatives around the world. Bring creative projects to life with unique logos, graphics, images, brushes, backgrounds, templates, fonts. Some great free stuff!

Premium business cards, postcards and more. People love my business cards from Moo because I add my own designs on the back. I have seen people pin my cards to their bulletin boards and display a series of them! The cards are high-quality paper, similar to a playing card. You can print a small batch at Moo and see how they do for you.