Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but they are all products I encourage using. I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified or personally used.
Amazon: Amazon offers a 30 day Amazon Prime trial for free. With Prime, you get access to free 2-day shipping, unlimited streaming of movies, music, books, and more. You can sign up here for Amazon Prime and start enjoying the benefits immediately.
Audible: I love Audible because I love books. I love buying books that I can easily listen to in the car, during a run, or on break at work. You can try Audible out for free for 30 days and get 2 books for free.
Ebates: Ebates is a website that gives you cash back on doing what you already do – online shop. Ebates is quite simple – all you have to do is find the store you want to shop at (they have pretty much every online store) and shop like you usually would. It’s that easy. If you sign up through my link, you’ll get $10!
Ibotta: Ibotta is an app that allows you to get cash back on your purchases at the grocery store. The app is easy to use and convenient. Get cash back rewards and other benefits all from the app. Get $10 just for signing up.
Pinecone Research: Make $3 per survey you complete on Pinecone Research.
Swagbucks: Swagbucks gives you gift cards in exchange for completing surveys, watching videos, and shopping online. It’s a quick way to make some extra cash in the comfort of your own home. Sign up here and get $5 just for signing up.
VIPKID: VIPKID is a website that connects teachers with students who are eager to learn English. There are hundreds of thousands of users on this website, and they are always hiring. Teachers get paid between $14-$22 starting. You can check out my in depth post on VIPKID here.
Balance: Balance is a service that prepares all of your meals for you. A chef prepares the meal for you and it gets shipped right to your door.
Beachbody On Demand: Beachbody On Demand gives you unlimited access to Beachbody programs (600+ workouts) and all future workout programs. This includes Insanity, 21 Day Fix, Insanity, and more. You also get meal plans, fitness guides, and workout calendars for just $9 a month.
DailyBurn: For $15 a month, you can workout at home with DailyBurn. DailyBurn gives you a full body workout in 30 minutes all from the comfort of your home.
Fitbit: A Fitbit is a fitness tool that will help you achieve your goals. Have a hard time staying focused and on track? Don’t get enough exercise during the day? A Fitbit will keep you motivated with daily challenges and many other benefits. I made an in-depth post on the Fitbit that you can read here.
GNC: GNC has been my go-to brand to get my pre workouts and thermogenics.
HelloFresh: HelloFresh is a meal service planner that brings you fresh ingredients to make a full meal at home.
Lean Clean Meal Plan: The Lean & Clean meal plan is for anyone who is tired of diets that don’t work or involve a lot of restriction. I love the Lean Clean meal plan because it’s a lifestyle change that is affordable, exciting and teaches you how to be your best self.
Vega: Vega is a vegan brand that sells protein powder, protein bars, supplements, and more.
Vitamin Shoppe: Vitamin Shoppe is where I go to buy my plant based protein powder and b12 vitamins. They always have specials and sales going on to make the products a lot cheaper.
Boardbooster: Boardbooster made it a lot easier to set up my pins going out to Pinterest group boards. I have to schedule it out once and then I’m done. I get 93% of my traffic from Pinterest!
Convertkit: ConvertKit is what I use for all of my email marketing. It’s simple, easy to use, and makes emailing your audience as convenient and painless as possible. If you’re a blogger, you already know how important emails are, especially with social media platforms constantly changing.
Fincon: As a finance blogger, you might have heard of Fincon by now. It’s a blogging conference designated to finance bloggers to network with other bloggers and businesses, attend informative sessions, and assist you in growing your business.
Grammarly: As a blogger or even someone who writes often, Grammarly is a must. The service fixes errors that even Microsoft Word can’t see, and will make your writing flow together well mistake-free.
How I Went From 17K to 350K+ Monthly Page Views in 9 Months: Find out how to get successful on Facebook. This ebook will teach you all of the important tips and secrets you need to know in order to gain traffic from the largest social media site in the world. Get it here.
Making Sense of Cents Affiliate Marketing Course: I recently completed the affiliate course (made by my sister, Michelle!). The course goes in such depth that you will finish the course with knowing everything you need to get started. My sister makes a steady $50,000+ from affiliate marketing and gives you all the advice and tips you need to know to get on the same track.
Pinterest Traffic Growth: Pinterest Traffic Growth has helped me grow my Pinterest reach from 1.2 million to 2.1 million in the SUMMER! Summer is incredibly slow for bloggers so that growth didn’t come easy for me.
Siteground: Siteground is the best hosting service for new bloggers. The service Siteground provides is top notch and is a favorite among all of my blogger friends. The customer service, reliability, and support is rated much higher than other hosts. Plans start at $3.95/month. You can read my post on how to start a blog here.
Six Figure Blogger: Six Figure Blogger is a course designed for bloggers who are ready to create digital products on their blog. The couple who designed this course went from $0-$50,000 per month in under 2 years with the tools and tips included in this course.
Strategies Worth Sharing: Strategies Worth Sharing is for anyone who needs help with Facebook traffic. The author of this book went from 2,000 fans to 100,000 fans in only 5 months. In order to succeed on Facebook, you need the right strategies, and this ebook will tell you the important things you need to know. You can find out what else I did to increase my page views here.
Airbnb: Before I check hostels or hotels, I check Airbnb first. Airbnb is usually always cheaper than hotels, and not only that, you get a fully equipped house. I’ve stayed at Airbnb over a handful of times and have always had a positive experience. You can sign up here and get $40 off your first stay.
Couchsurfing: Couchsurfing is the best way to travel, in my opinion. You get to stay with hosts that are native to the country and will give you insider tips on the best spots to visit. Read about my Couchsurfing experience here. You can sign up for Couchsurfing for free here.
ISIC Travel Card: Are you a student and travel often? I used the ISIC Travel Card when I was in South America. The card gave me over 160,000 discounts in over 133 countries all for $20.
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