Periodically I find products and services that I find to be exceptional and I deem worthy of recommending. You will find a list of these below. Please note that I will only recommend products or services that I have personally used.
Be aware that I may have an affiliate relationship with a person, company, product, or service mentioned/linked below and may receive a commission or other incentive on referrals or sales generated by that link. These links help support this website.
Buffer – This is a great service that I use to schedule updates/posts via Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Registering via my link will give us each a free extra space in the buffer queue.
Dropbox – An awesome service that lets you sync files across devices and platforms. Take your files with you wherever you go. Signing up via the link will give us each extra space.
Evernote – Only the greatest (IMHO) note taking application. Keep track of todos, notes, capture web items, and organize using tags and notebooks. Your notes are synced across platforms and devices. Awesome.
Evernote Essentials – Get up to speed at using Evernote fast with Evernote Essentials. An awesome e-book that guides you through the many features available in Evernote.
Workflowy – An awesome web-based service for creating lists, jotting down notes, or creating to dos. It’s a great resource to do a brain dump and capture items you want to remember.
Namecheap.com – I use this service to register all of my domains. Awesome pricing and you get the first year of whois privacy for free.
Dreamhost – This is the hosting company I use for all of my websites. They provide unlimited hosting, bandwidth, and so much more. Their customer support and service is awesome as well.
National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) – Awesome site for learning Photoshop. You get a monthly magazine with membership as well as deep discounts on software and services. If you’re a designer, photographer, or just a Photoshop user, this is a great organization to join.
PaidViewpoint – Get paid for completing surveys. No, you’re not going to get rich by completing them, but you’ll be helping out fellow marketers gain insights into their customers.