7 Tools I use to Make $7k per month

7 Tools I use to Make $7k per month

Making Money Online 

Making money online has never been easier. There are literally TONS of ways to make money from selling eBooks, to drop shipping down to dog walking. But this isn’t what this article is about. I’m going to show you how I make $7k+ per month with minimal work and sometimes doing nothing at all.


Now, with that being said, in order to make money, you kind of have to spend a little bit. So here are the tools that I use to make my money every month!


  1. Convertkit


Convertkit is an email marketing platform that allows you to send various types of emails out to your subscribers AND not only that BUT it allows you to do a slew of other tasks such as setting up sales funnels, create landing pages, setup integrations + automations and sell digital products such as eBooks, eCourses and journals. Convertkit is the best email marketing platform that I have used to date and helps me keep things in perspective with in-depth analytics and the option to segment your audience for the ultimate list-building. With Convertkit, if you have less than 1,000 subscribers, it’s FREE. Sign up for a 14 day free trial here.


  1. Canva

Canva is THE ultimate design tool for beginners who have no idea how to do any type of graphic design. Canva allows you design anything from business cards to Instagram posts to resumes or logos. Canva is the ultimate one stop shop for graphic design newbies.


I’ve been using Canva to design my eBooks and eCourses for the last 2 years. Prior to that, I was using Adobe InDesign which was extremely difficult to navigate and use in general.


Canva is extremely affordable for newbie entrepreneurs and small business owners. Try it out!


  1. Planoly

Planoly is one of the best scheduling tools I’ve used. Not only can you post to multiple platforms at once BUT you can also schedule the posts down to the date and time. Planoly is amazing mostly because you can draft, plan and schedule your content for Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter.


Planoly has a calendar and feed display that allows you to be able to view how your content will look laid out.  You can even schedule your IG stories! I have been using Planoly for a little over 2 years and I have to say that it’s one of the best tools out there to schedule content for social media. The best part is that it’s literally only about $9/month!


  1. Shopify

Shopify is like the all-in-one ecommerce platform! For just $29.month (which is the plan that I have, you can sell unlimited items, add multiple payment options such as Shop Pay, Carro, Amazon Pay and so much more. The more payment options your customers have, the more likely you’ll make a sale.


Shopify has so many features like fraud analysis, discount codes, gift card options for your customers and literally so much more. You can literally customize your store as much as you want through the app store.


Need a customer service response team? There’s an app for that. If you need to display badges on your website, there are badges for that! Shopify even has free themes to help make your shop look amazing! Try it free!


  1. Honeybook


Honeybook is a great tool that I use to onboard and keep track of clients whether they’re in the inquiry stage, the stage of being a client or the final stages of their project are being completed. Honeybook is a tool for business owners to make the automation process easier when it comes to booking clients.


You can create batch emails, workflows and create invoices and have them sent to your client. Honeybook is a must-have for service-based entrepreneurs and business owners. Try it for $1/month today!

  1. Calendly

Calendly allows entrepreneurs to share their booking links with customers with their availability in calendar form to avoid back and forth emails. Calendly is great because, you can literally automate this entire process by posting your Calendly link anywhere, whether it’s your Link.Tree or your Instagram bio.


Calendly also allows you to also have different types of meetings available and allows you to automate sending a reminder email and/or text to the customer before the meeting.




  1. Zoom


Zoom is a software designed to host meetings. Pretty much anyone can use zoom to host business meetings, prayer meetings or any other type of meeting where two or more people are involved.


Zoom has been around for quite some time and is a cheaper option for hosting meetings, webinars and such. You can choose whether you want to join with or without video as well as with or without audio (if you just want to listen). This has been a game changer for me. You can try it free.

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