Resources & Tools Used to Build Tasty Itinerary Blog
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To plan my grid, stay up to date with the best times to post and hashtags, I use two apps: Planoly & UNUM.
A good portion of my traffic comes from Pinterest. I use Tailwind to schedule my posts.
Without Ell’s Pinterest E-course, I would have never been bale to triple my traffic through Pinterest.
Not long ago, I had to make a quick website update and Studio Press Themes came highly recommend because of their Genesis Framework integration. My site now runs faster and their SEO optimization is a huge plus.
Photography & Design
All my photos are edited in Adobe Lightroom. Currently, I pay $9.99 per month for the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, which includes Lightroom, Photoshop, and full access to Adobe Sparks.
In addition, I use Aggie Lal’s Travel In Her Shoes Lightroom Presets. It has made a major difference in the presentation and consistency of my photos.
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Skimlinks is easy to sign up for and once applied to your site, it monetizes your links.
Amazon is a great start for all bloggers to recommend products they use to their readers.
Awin.com is another affiliate program that cost $5 to sign up, but is returned to you with your next payment.