Tools of the Trade

Website Builders (s)

OptimizePress — You pay for it once and build as many sales pages and squeeze pages you want to build. It’s the difference between those monthly service plans with fewer options. While I like OptimizePress and can recommend it.. I find it difficult to customize. I really want something custom I build it from scratch.. but OP is a good starting point for non web-developers.

Marketing Tools

Aweber — Without an email list.. you have nothing. It took me a LONG time to realize this. The money is in the list.. it’s very true. I use Aweber but Mailchimp is good too.

Website Tools That I Use:

Clicky — It’s easy to use. Accurate. And most importantly it’s not connected to Google so you can use it on ALL your websites without having to worry about SEO troubles. I like it.

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Viktor Levitin
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