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Resources & Tools Used to Build Tasty Itinerary

Hosting Options


Tasty Itinerary is currently being hosted by Kinsta. They provide high-quality service and hosting speed that helps the site run smoothly and speedily.

Site Ground

Kathy’s On It is being hosted by Siteground. If you want a hosting site that fits a budget with great customer service, Sitegrund is a good option. Siteground’s customer service chat option is a lifesaver.


Blue Host offers a 1-click WordPress installation. It is cost-effective and easy to use. I’d say, great for beginner bloggers. I was with them for 3 years and switched once my contract was up.


Trellis by Mediavine

Currently, this site is using the Trellis by Mediavine theme. If you’re looking for a straightforward theme that focuses primarily on page speed, Trellis by Mediavine is one of the best out there.

Legally Protect Your Blog

A Self Guru Legal Bundle

Did you know it’s illegal not to have a Privacy Policy and Disclaimer on your blog? Fortunately, Amira from A Self Guru, a lawyer, a blogger, and a business coach, offers a Legal Bundle that includes a Privacy Policy, Disclaimer, and Terms and Conditions bundle template at an affordable price. 

As a newbie blogger looking to expand your blog, investing in the proper tools is essential, and this legal bundle is a must.

Social Media Tools

Tasty Pins

The Tasty Pins plugin assists with optimizing images for SEO and Pinterest. I highly recommend using Tasty Pins if you plan to share Pinterest images with your posts.

Another alternative to Tasty Pins is the Mediavine Grow plugin. If you’re on Mediavine, you will be instructed to use Grow.

Seo Tools

Key Search Tool

Keysearch Tool is an SEO keyword research tool that is an absolute must when researching SEO for blog content.

SEO Courses

Anyone can start a blog. Learning how to blog and understanding SEO is a whole other ball game. You can’t just write to write, or nobody will ever see it. You have to learn how to write to rank on Google.

Stupid Simple SEO

If you want to dive deep into SEO, check out Stupid Simple SEO. As a beginning blogger, your head will be spinning. However, this course will teach you how to compete with other bloggers in your niche.

SEO Blog Post Training

Aisha’s course SEO Blog Post Training is one I found long after learning all about SEO and taking my site to the next level. However, I purchased it and took it anyways to support someone who constantly gives valuable and inspirational information on her social media channels.

This SEO course is practical and straightforward. Great for beginner bloggers or even bloggers that have been around for a while and are still trying to figure out the whole SEO thing.

Photography & Design

Adobe Lightroom

All photos are edited in Adobe Lightroom. It’s $9.99 per month for the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, which includes Lightroom, Photoshop, and full access to Adobe Creative Cloud Express.  


All my Pinterest pins are created using Canva. This online app is easy and free, although the Pro account is worth the extra design elements.

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