internet tools

The following are some of the most common tools that I use for all my online businesses. 

Feel free to let me know if you need my recommendations for other areas and I will be happy to add on to the list below.

Domain name registration

Namecheap – I recommend namecheap if you are looking for a place to register your domain names. The reason why I recommend namecheap is because the process is straight-forward and it does not offer a lot of upsells like GoDaddy.

Another thing I like about them is that they provide free whoisguard, this means people will not be able to find out your name and address used for registering the domain name.

Web hosting

A2 Hosting – For web hosting, I recommend A2 Hosting. I have written a review on their services here.

The main reason why I choose A2 hosting is that they give me unlimited addon domain names, disk space, bandwidth and free SSL certificates for less than US$10 per month! Read my review here.

List building / landing page

GetResponse – Getresponse is a service that I subscribe to build my list of 10,000+ subscribers.  

They not only allow me to schedule emails to send to my newly subscribed members, I can also use getresponse to create landing pages. Highly recommend for beginners in online business if you need an affordable email software (starting US$15 per month) with landing page options.

Link tracking

ClickMagick – I use clickmagick to help me track sales coming from my affiliate links. For example, I use microsoft ads to advertise clickbank products so clickmagick is useful as it will tell me what keywords people use to trigger sales. From there, I can then make better bidding decisions. 

Website builder (Free)

WordPress – This is a very popular software to design websites. I have been using it for more than 10 years. You can enroll in my free wordpress course to learn how to create a simple website if you want to learn what wordpress can do.

Website monitoring (Free)

Uptime Robot – If you are concerned if your website is showing up properly to your visitors 24/7, then you should use this free monitoring tool – Uptime Root. I have been using it to track uptime for all my websites. it is free to use and very reliable!

 Kindle book publishing

Publisher Rocket – This software costs US$97 but it is totally worth the investment because it helps me a lot in researching a good topic before writing kindle books. 

If you are keen to publish kindle books and make passive book royalty, you can check out my online course – Starting A KDP Business Without Doing The Writing Yourself.

Affiliate disclosure: Some of the links above contains my affiliate id. You will not incur more costs if you purchase the products via my affiliate id. I hope you like my recommendations!