As a blogger, you will know how many things you have to do into the everyday processes of running a blog.
You have to write, make photos, graphic design, web development, social media, marketing, networking.

But there are tonnes of incredible websites out there just sitting around waiting for you to utilise,
to make the whole process of blogging, designing and creating so much more efficient.

So here I have for you a wonderful big list of resources for bloggers!

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning I earn a commission if you use those links. I will always only recommend brands I trust and ones I think you’ll love too.



Bluehost #1 recommended web hosting by They’re affordable and it’s incredibly easy to start a blog on your very own domain and have it up and running in no time.

HostGator Is an award winning web host and one of the 10 largest webhosting companies in the world! They have a perfect plan for getting started.

WP Engine – for enterprise performance, these are the experts in managed WordPress hosting. A bit pricier, but they are very reliable, and lightning fast.


Creative Market If you love buying bundles of graphics and fonts, or finding freebies to download, head on over to Creative Market !

The Hungry JPEG – home to the latest, quality premium bundles, fonts, graphics, crafts and many other design resources, including freebies!

Etsy The market to find whatever you’re into, whoever you are.

Font Squirrel – legit source of good quality free fonts that are licensed for commercial use.

My Personal Collection – If you do not have time to browse web pages in a font hunt, here are the best branding fonts on all sites at affordable prices .


Share a Sale Offers pay-per-sale, pay-per-lead, and pay-per-click programs, with a minimum payout of $50.

Awin is a global affiliate network that brings together the Affiliate Window and Zanox networks.

Cj Affiliate is one of the largest affiliate networks around. If you can think of a company, there’s a good chance you’ll find their affiliate program on CJ Affiliate.

Rakuten (formally known as LinkShare) has been voted as the number 1 affiliate marketing network.


Adalaine Design I have a selection of feminine templates for your WordPress blogs. The themes are beautiful, clean and would make anyone’s blog look wonderful. They all come with an easy-to-follow instruction manual.

Creative Market – sells graphics, WordPress themes, stock photography, and other digital goods for use by web creatives.

The Hungry JPEG – offer users thousand of premium graphic design resources available for instant download.

Etsy I know is an e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and supplies but you can find a lots of themes, blog kits and graphics design.


Sendowl Is a platform for selling eBooks. Easy to set up your products to sell, to track sales and to run your affiliate program.

Etsy There is a whole community of customers on there that you can get amongst if you have products to sell. You can visit my shop if you want to make an idea.

WooCommerce – is a WordPress plugin that you install to your blog to run an online shop, if the theme you’ve installed allows you to do so.

Creative Market – is a marketplace for ready-to-use design assets from independent creators around the world. I have even my own shop if you want to visit!

The Hungry JPEG – another marketplace where to have your products shown to so many customers that you may not have found otherwise.


PicMonkey is a must-have tool for every blogger that needs to create graphics for their blog and social media accounts.

Adobe Photoshop – is so worth learning how to use! And if you’re using it on a daily basis and you are creating graphics that contribute to the success of your blog, then it’s worth every dollar.

Canva – create pinnable blog post graphics, social media graphics and anything else where images and text are combined

Pixlr – it’s so similar to Photoshop! I know a lot of people can’t afford to purchase Photoshop or pay the subscription fee, so this is such a good alternative and it’s free to use.


ConvertKit – is a popular email newsletter provider. I use Convertkit to collect subscribers for my email list.

Mailchimp – great for those who are just starting out with their blog mailing list. It’s super easy to create great looking emails.


Tailwind I use Tailwind to schedule pins to Pinterest. This tool has saved me so much time on Pinterest.

Get Emoji I love to use Emojis. They add a touch of personality and interest to whatever you have to say.



I hope this help you out! Keep up the good work! Good things take time. Subscribe to my newsletter to stay up to date.

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