We are all curious about how someone runs their business, right? I know I am. So, below, you'll find the resources and tools that I use to run mine, along with other PLR sellers that I trust.
www.planningaddicts.com is run on Pixpa - a hosted solution. I love it more than wordpress because I don't have to keep anything updated and the makers listen to what we want in added features.
useplr.com is a WordPress site hosted at momwebs.
Thrivecart is used at planningaddicts.com. I bought it on a lifetime purchase because it has the built-in affiliate program and funnel system.
AmemberPRO is used on useplr.com because that's what is already there. This does come with a start up fee and yearly payment for support but includes a shopping cart and affiliate program with options to add plugins for additional functionality.
Gumroad is what I started out with and still love as a seller. It's easy, simple, and they offer a marketplace, shopping cart and you can add your products to your own site. They do have an affiliate program built-in, but it's not robust.
I use Mailerite for both Planningaddicts.com and Useplr.com because it hooks into both amember and thrivecart directly. This means my buyers are auto added to a mailing list. They offer an autoresponder and even a shopping cart and website options now.
I also use Revue by twitter to send updates to my affiliates. It's free, or you can start a paid newsletter. This doesn't offer an autoresponder. I appreciate the simplicity of this system.
Promorepublic is what I use for scheduling my updates to social media. They have options for posting to all the major platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
Trello is what I use for planning, tracking, and communicating with my VA, artists, designers, and coaching clients. It's free! Or there are options for added functions that you can pay for.
Zoom or Facebook messenger is what I use to communicate via video with coaching clients or for trainings and mastermind calls.
Google Slides (replaces powerpoint for free)
Google Drive (create, store, organize digital files among other freelancer tools)
We Are Indy (online file storage and sharing)
Canva (creating social media graphics)
Planner + Journal Content