I started my podcast in the days of the horse and buggy, technology-wise.
I had a website created by one service.
I have my episodes hosted by another service.
I have podcast tech support from yet another service.
I have my email list (that my podcast helps me build) run by another service.
I generate the opt-in forms I send people to with still another service.
It’s enough to make you insane.
Now forget podcasting for a minute, since you’re probably not a podcaster.
Suppose you just want to start your online business, or you want to earn some dough online, and you prefer not to lose your mental health.
Bare minimum would be an opt-in page builder and an email service, so you can collect email addresses and then send affiliate offers to that list.
Beyond those things, you might also want: a website builder; a membership site creator (so you can earn recurring income and/or sell courses); a mobile app builder (for added awesomeness); a design service to create eBook covers, videos, and info products; a heat map to find out where most of the activity on your site is; etc.
I can think of a bunch of ninja tools you might also want to have, too.
Now imagine not having to integrate 27 different products from 27 different companies, and instead getting all of this in a single place, on a single platform, for one smacker a day.
It’s too late for me. Save yourself:
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