If you’ve been in the blogging world for any amount of time, you know Leadpages is a big friggen’ deal. But it’s got an equally big friggen’ cost to it.
And really, when your blog is just a hobby or isn’t quite making money yet, who can afford $37 per month just on one program? Ain’t nobody got money for that!
So I was super pumped to discover that the lovely Marianne of Design Your Own (Lovely) Blog came up with a FREE way to create fake Leadpages! The only downside: you had to use ConvertKit to get the Leadpage-esque popups. At $29 per month, ConvertKit isn’t exactly in my budget either.
Luckily, after some research, I found out how to create similar popups for a whopping $21 total. That’s a one-time payment of $21 to create infinite fake Leadpages landing pages, popups, and thank you pages, as opposed to $37 for one month’s worth. Yes please!
Want to find out how? Let’s get started!
I can’t even begin to explain how excited I am to share this web design tip with you guys.
Sometimes you want to change one menu item on your website so it looks different from the rest. It was something I had wanted to do, but I just couldn’t figure out how.
Well, for a long time, I was convinced it was super difficult and basically impossible for me to do.
Good news: I was totally wrong. It’s actually super easy!
Blogging can be super stressful if you’ve got a full-time job. Balancing everything gets crazy hectic, especially if it’s, well… less than organized.
But good news! I’ve figured out a way to organize your blog (we’re talkin’ hella organized) with an awesome program called CoSchedule.
Let’s face it: periods aren’t fun. But you know what’s worse than a week of pain and suffering? The impact it can have on the environment.
But don’t worry, it’s actually not very hard to have an eco-friendly period.
We’ve all got dreams for our businesses. For a lot of us, that means getting published. Whether that means a book deal with a publisher or selling an ebook published on your own, there’s a lot of work that goes into it.
Not only do you have to actually write the thing, but someone’s gotta design it. Sounds intimidating, right? Well, I’ve got good news.
It’s super easy to design and publish an ebook on your own.
Don’t believe me? Here are five different InDesign tools you can use to finally get your ebook published.