I'll be adding up more to this page as i experience more awesome resources that help promote BloggingeHow brand.
Tools I use, is a page that highlights all the tools, services and resources i use at BloggingeHow to build up this blog over the years.
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My Top Recommendation
Godaddy: Is the world's largest domain registrar and is what i use for many of my domains. It's easy to register. The best part is that you'll easily find billions of tutorials on any problem related to Godaddy. As its a biggest domain registration setup, it seems the entire Internet has talked about it.
Blogger: BloggingeHow uses Google's Blogger CMS to manage it all. Its simple, sleek and highly customizable.
Godaddy: Godaddy is the biggest domain registrar with a huge database of tutorials to get things going in case of any problem. Its vast range of help center, extremely low rates; is what attracts many.
HostnDomain: A local Pakistani hosting and domain registration company from where BloggingeHow first took of.
Email Marketing / List building
Aweber: Ever since i made up my mind for Aweber, that is the most popular and all rounded email marketing tool, though a bit on the higher side in terms of cost, though easily beats its competitors.
I can't imagine a blog or an online business that doesn't make use of any email marketing tool.
Feedburner: I use Feedburner to generate BloggingeHow's feed. It's a free service by Google to manage feeds, build email list (not recommended at all) and more.
Templates & Themes
Themeforest: I have used Themeforest multiple times to give BloggingeHow a visual boost. You can find tons of mouth watering Templates (though premium) for most of the popular CMS. WordPress templates are around 30-40$ range while Blogger templates are around 10-20$.
Google Analytics: Analytics is a free comprehensive tool to monitor your website/blog's stats in almost every aspect you may think of. It's great.
CrazyEgg: CrazyEgg is as crazy as it sounds. It's such a unique tool that displays some of the insights of your blog that you never had thought of. Ranging from heatmaps, scroll patterns, click patterns and what not. Its total madness. (I didn't bought the premium package and only tested it via free trial version)
Fiverr: Is an amazing platfrom where you can hire your desired talent for only 5$! You can skip a cup of coffee and be someones boss! Amazing. I have used Fiverr for logos designing, Video Intros etc.
Product Distribution and Transactions
Clickbank: Clickbank is one of the most popular digital product retailer. They have amazing affiliate programs. You can either be an affiliate to any product of your choice, sell your products etc.
PayPal: The most popular and widely used platform to manage transactions online. You can configure it with shopping carts at the back end and manage your income. I use Paypal for online money transactions from clients generally.
AdvertisementsBuySellAds: Is one of the most prestigious direct banner ads displaying platform. BloggingeHow manages banner ads via BSA.
AdSense: Is Google's CPC advertisement program that i once used on BeH. Though i have discontinued it for some time.
eBooks I Love
6 Months to 1000$/Month Blog: This my eBook that has almost every single advice/tip that i use to bring BloggingeHow to what it is today. It covers every single aspect of Blogging ranging from Why you need to start a blog, Driving traffic and building audience and Making a living of your blog.
31 Days to Build a Better Blog: Is an amazing eBook by Darren rowse. This is one the guides i read early on and it really helped plug in couple of loop holes. Its great for someone who wishes to start of with Blogging and needs hand holding.
Media Editors, Screen Recording
Adobe Photoshop: We all know how powerful Photoshop is. I use it on regular basis to create intro images for post, campaigns, logos and what not.
Adobe After Effects: One of the worlds best and all rounded video editing tool that is used on Industry level. I use it for BloggingeHow's intro and general video effects.
Sony Vegas: Sony Vegas is an amazing and powerful video editing tool, though not as techie than After effects. I generally use it for Audio mixing, which it handles like a pro.
Camtasia Studio: Is the top line screen recorder for Windows. Its clear and crisp. Also, you can do moderate level video editing with in its editor, though i generally stick with Sony Vegas or After effects for video editing stuff.