Episode #292: Tools, Apps, and Plugins I’m Loving
TAYLOR BRADFORD: You are listening to episode number 292 of the Boss Girl Creative podcast. Today I’m talking about the tools, apps, and plugins I’m loving. On to the episode.
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Well, hello, beautiful friend. Welcome to this episode of the Boss Girl Creative Podcast. I am your host, Taylor Bradford. I’m excited that you’re here today. I’m talking about the tools and apps and WordPress plugins that I’m using for business and things that just make my life easier because that’s what we need in our lives. We need more easy. And if you’re not already, within the month of January, working on making sure your systems – your behind-the-scenes systems – making sure that they are in place, that should be your goal for this month and possibly next month. Making sure your workflows are actually flowing, that there’s no breaks, checking out your own sales funnels and freebie signups, and just making sure that all of that data is exactly like you want it to be. For example, I have been working on a new newsletter RSS feed template for TheHouseofSugarCreek.com, and I realized the footer of my emails still say Taylor Bradford blog. And so it was a reminder that, oh my gosh, I gotta go in and find that within MailChimp and get that corrected. Also, it’s important in your footers of your website that you have changed the copyright date to 2021. And if you’re a fellow podcaster, that you’ve also done that through your listening host – your listening host, that’s not what it is – your audio host. So I use Libsyn, and it’s an account setting. And so just making sure that you are checking the backend systems, making sure everything is still functioning the way you want it to, that your drip campaigns are dripping properly, and still have the correct data. And yeah, this is a time for shoring up your systems and checking out new tools or getting rid of tools that no longer serve you, which is why I’m talking about the tools and apps and WordPress plugins that I’m currently using and how I’m using them for my life and businesses.
So first up, I do use Square and sometimes PayPal and sometimes stripe to accept payments through my businesses. My Google calendar is my heartbeat. I cannot use a planner like an in-person planner. Like, I don’t keep up with those. And so digitally, I have access to my Google Calendar everywhere. And I love that I can sync it through all of the scheduling tools that I use. So my companies use Dubsado, which is my CRM for Sugar Creek. And it has a scheduler, which also Boss Girl uses, thankfully. And then, I also use acuity scheduling for the Studio. And all of that can easily sync up to my Google Calendar so that I’m not double booking myself, etc., etc. So Google calendar is my preferred choice. I always have grandiose ideas that I’m getting. I use a paper planner, and two weeks in, and then it goes to crap. So I don’t even bother purchasing them anymore because they just become, you know, notebooks I can’t use, and I love notebooks. I am a notebook user. Right now, I have a notebook in my hand – this is the notebook I use to take all of my notes and research for podcast episodes, I have a notebook that I use, similar to how people use a bullet journal, and so I run an index so I can easily find it, or find things within the notebook. I numbered the pages so I can get right to a particular meeting or particular set of notes. And I take it everywhere with me because it’s a multi-use journal for me. And then, I have another notebook that I use for my to-do list. And another notebook for journaling and affirmations. And so, I do use journals and notebooks for those reasons, but paper planners just, I’ve never been able to maintain them. And while I have, like I said, grandiose ideas that I’m going to do it this year, it never works. So I just have stopped spending the money on them and use Google Calendar because it is the easiest for me.
I use Libsyn to host my podcast and have used them ever since episode number one. I highly highly recommend Libsyn, and I have an affiliate link in the show notes for them if you would like to test drive Libsyn. And if you sign up at the very beginning of the month with Libsyn with my code, you will get the entire month free and the next month free before you start paying. If you sign up in the middle of the month with Libsyn, you’ll get the rest of the month free plus the next month free. And then if you sign up at the end of the month, you will get whatever remains of that month plus the following month free, and then you’ll start paying, so it does you good to start with Libsyn through my code by starting your account at the very beginning of the month so that you get nearly 60 days free before you start paying.
And again, show notes there’s a show notes page for every single episode of the Boss Girl Creative podcast, including a transcript all the way back, I think, to Episode 211. So we’re at 292 with this particular episode. So there’s a transcript all the way back to 211. And you can get to the show notes and the transcripts by visiting bossgirlcreative.com and clicking the button that says start here. It will show you my last six episodes, but also, there’s an episode guide that will show them all to you. So just visit bossgirlcreative.com, look for the menu bar that shows you start here, and episode guide. And that way, you can browse around and get to the show notes because the links will be there in the show notes for the affiliate links. And so Libsyn is one, and like I said, I’ve been paying for Libsyn since episode one, and I so, so appreciate it. It has allowed me to put my podcast on all of the major platforms. So I’m in Audible, I’m in Spotify, I’m on Pandora. I am a part of any kind of Amazon Alexa enabled device. And I am I Heart Radio, lots of places radio.com You can find my show lots of places, obviously, including Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. And wherever your favorite podcast listening app, I am there. So I use Libsyn.
For my web hosting, I use RFE hosting. I also have an affiliate link for RFE. Their plans start at like $8 a month. And for the longest time, I paid for my own server, which was under $40 a month. I’m not sure what it actually costs now. But recently, I had to upgrade my servers. So I’m paying around $85 a month for a much larger server to host the Sugar Creek website. It hosts all of my websites, but because Sugar Creek’s website is so – it, well, it’s got an inventory management system in it and a ton of photos. Like, it’s a super photo-heavy website, and I was about to max out my server, and I wanted to make a big website overhaul for Sugar Creek, and I’m still working on that. And I couldn’t make a copy because I was out of server space, and so I bumped up into a much bigger server that will grow with me over the next few years, which I’m excited about. So I have an affiliate link for RFE hosting that you can access through any of the show notes pages. And like I said, I’ve been paying for my hosting through RFE since 2012. And, yeah, it’s been a great experience.
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Okay, so I use Adobe Creative Cloud. I think I pay like $10 a month to have access to Photoshop and Lightroom. I don’t use any of the other things that Adobe has. I’ve sort of dived into one of the other Adobe products – and right now, I can’t think of what it’s called, but I created my husband’s YouTube intro with it. I think it’s called AfterEffects. And I just bought a template through Creative Market and then made it customized to my husband and his YouTube channel. And so, but I just use the seven-day free trial to do it. So I don’t have hardly any experience. And thankfully, the tutorial that came with the template allowed me to understand how to use that platform. But, I use Photoshop a lot, and I love Lightroom. I’ve actually been buying more filters lately because that’s something I am also exploring for the Sugar Creek inventory photos because I’m reshooting my entire catalog of inventory, which is gonna take me a bit because I started that in the summer. And I didn’t like how they turned out. And so anyways, onwards we go with that because it is going to be a big, big project.
On top of completely redoing my Sugar Creek website – and I seem to be in the mode of redoing and creating new websites. Because Sugar Creek Creative has been getting an overhaul, and I’m hoping to get that finished soon. That’s my event design business. And The House of Sugar Creek has a brand new website, and I’m slowly moving the Taylor Bradford blog over there. And then TaylorBradford.com is going to be kind of like my calling card website, kind of like my resume. And so it will still live and be in existence, but the blog won’t live there anymore. And I have to slowly post per post or post by post, I am moving the blog to The House of Sugar Creek, but because it’s got a brand new theme, nothing is transferring the way I want it to. And so it is a post by post effort, which again, just saddled me with all the website projects this winter. That’s what I do to myself. But you know when you start itching for change, and then you start itching for things to look and feel the same. So if you go to The House of Sugar Creek, and you go to – well, eventually, you go to the Sugar Creek website, and the Sugar Creek Creative website and the Studio’s website, and the peacock chair rentals website late, they all are the same. So you know you are within the brand of Sugar Creek just by the formatting of the websites, which I’m really excited to create a seamless feel to my brand.
Okay, so I also pay for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC so that I can edit PDFs and merge files together, and all of that I love now that you can redact information out as a tool in Adobe Acrobat, which is amazing. So if I have one contract that I need to send to somebody else, I can redact out information that might be sensitive so that I’m not passing that along to the next person in case it gets into the wrong people’s hands for whatever reason. So I definitely pay for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC.
I run my Inner Circle membership through Patreon, but I am exploring other membership options because of the fee involved with Patreon. But for now, the Inner Circle membership lives and is functioning through Patreon. But I am working looking, like I said, at other membership options, and LearnDash is how I am currently hosting my course and masterclasses for Boss Girl. And they just launched towards the end of last year a membership functionality. And I just haven’t had a chance to sit down and truly explore what that really means and what that really looks like, and how that is built out. But that is a possibility.
So I used to host my courses through Thinkific, but I was tired of paying such a steep monthly fee because I don’t actively sell my courses or my masterclasses. And I couldn’t – I just couldn’t keep paying the fee for Thinkific. So I did a lot of research, and I figured out that LearnDash was an option. It’s a yearly fee instead of a monthly fee, and it cut down what I was paying for the platform to host my course. Like, considerably. So now you can get there by going to courses.bossgirlcreative.com, and that’s the LearnDash platform. And like I said, they do now have a membership functionality, which I’m going to explore because if there’s a way for me to stop having to give Patreon money, then that is something I’m going to consider. I’m not going to be able to get rid of my credit card fees. I just know that that’s an expense I have with anything that I sell, but to reduce somebody else taking away from my membership fee, that’s what I’m hunting for. So I’m going to see if LearnDash can be that thing for me sometime this year.
Like I mentioned earlier, I use Dubsado, which is a client relationship manager platform. Other ones like Dubsado in the creative world are like 17 Hats and HoneyBook, and I know there’s others, but Dubsado is what I settled on last year. I believe it was last year, maybe your before. Anyways, I love Dubsado, and it’s been great for my Sugar Creek business.
I recently, within the last six months, upgraded to G-Suite for my email platform. Because I, as dot coms, my dot coms, if I would email somebody that had a Gmail account, I would land in their spam 99% of the time, and it didn’t matter if we’d already communicated to each other, I would still land in their spam. I wouldn’t land in their promotions, I would just land straight into spam. And that’s super frustrating if you’re sending out proposals by landing in people’s spam boxes. So I upgraded while I didn’t really upgrade, I made the switch to G-Suite. And I do have a monthly fee for that. And I’m really bummed that I can’t use multiple domains into one G-Suite account, but it is what it is. So Sugar Creek Event Rentals has a G-Suite account Sugar Creek Creative has a G-Suite account House of Sugar Creek has a G-Suite account. Eventually, Boss Girl Creative will have one because, again, those emails will sometimes land in people’s spam folders, and it’s super frustrating. And no amount of Google has helped me figure out why my server is or why my email server is landing in people’s spam.
So okay, so I mentioned earlier that I use another scheduling tool. I use Acuity Scheduling, and I use that for the Studio and SOCIAL subscription. And if I could figure out how to effectively use Dubsado for that, then I will make the switch, but Acuity affords me a lot of tools that Dubsado does not, and so for now, Acuity scheduling it is.
I also pay for Zoom video because I use Zoom a lot in the Inner Circle. It’s also how I work one-on-one with my clients, and so happy to pay for Zoom. And yeah, I also have Community app, which is a text messaging app which is solely used for Boss Girl Creative, and if If you haven’t signed up to receive text messages from me, you are more than welcome to do that. Just simply send me a text to 817-587-1978 and say, “Hey, Taylor,” and hit send, and then follow the prompt that comes back at you, and then it will get you into my community – my text messaging community. And I promise to not spam you. I typically only text on Wednesdays, which is podcast day. And yeah, so if you want to be a part of my text messaging community, feel free, and you’re able to respond to me and not the entire community. And I will text you right back or text you as soon as I get the notification. So feel free, again, send me a text – 817-587-1978 – and say, “Hey, Taylor,” send it, and it will add you to my communities so that I can text you and you can text me, and it’s a super fun platform. It is invite-only at this point, I believe still, I’m not sure, but and it’s not cheap. Just FYI, it’s not a cheap platform. I think I pay like $50 a month, but it’s also based on the amount of people in your community. So I’m sure it gets more expensive beyond that. So, but like I said, I pay about 50 bucks a month for it, and I’m still test-driving it. I don’t know if it’s completely worth it. I do like to be able to communicate to you, and because I only send my newsletter out once a month, unless there is something that I am passionate about and telling you ‘hey, these doors are closing,’ For example, the Inner Circle membership. Right now, the doors are closed. The only way you can get in is through a referral from a current Inner Circle member. And the doors will reopen in April. April 1, so if you definitely want to be on the waiting list, you can get yourself on the waiting list by going to bossgirlcreative.com/InnerCircle. And then I will alert you to when the doors reopen. But like I said, I communicate to my audience through my newsletter once a month, but Community text messaging app allows me to communicate weekly to you without being intrusive. It’s basically, “Hey, just letting you know this week’s episode is about blah, blah, blah, blah, blah,” and onwards, we go. And if you want to text me, you are so welcome to do that. So that’s why I love the people that have signed up for Community. So again, go to that phone number and text me “Hello,” and it will add you, and then we can chat with each other.
All right, moving on. I use Fiverr. I have one WordPress developer on Fiverr. And he’s the one that built my inventory management system. So I love Fiverr just because I still have access to him through that.
And I use the Affirm It app by Affirmation Addict. It is an affirmation app and lots of really good stuff in that app. And I have affirmations popping up on my phone all day long, which keeps me in a really great mindset. And so I love that app, and I don’t know if it’s free – and might have, I think, it has a fee, and I just pay it yearly. But it has been a blessing to me, so I recommend it.
I also use Mile IQ when I remember, and I got to get super better at remembering that this year. I absolutely love Marco Polo app, and I pay for the Pro.
I use Later to schedule my Instagram – and, well, lots of Instagrams. I pay pretty good money for Later so that I have access to all of my Instagrams. I have a lot of Instagrams. I have @TaylorLBradford. I have @SugarCreekEventRentals. I have @SugarCreekCreative. I have @SugarCreekCollective. I have @SOCIALSubscription. I have @TheStudioatSugarCreek. I have @BossGirlCreative. Lots of Instagrams, not including my husband’s, which I let him try and handle, and then occasionally I’ll just take his phone and help him out a little bit. But Later, I paid for it, I love it, and, yes.
I use MailChimp as my email provider, and I’ve used them for years.
I use Smartline, which is by GoDaddy, as a second line. I use that one specifically for our storage facility or RV storage facility. I use the Sideline app, which is another second phone number, and I use that specifically for Sugar Creek. And so my phone is able to have additional numbers outside of my personal numbers, so I don’t have to give out my personal number. I can have business phone numbers. And so I use Sideline for Sugar Creek and Smartline for our storage facility.
If you’ve ever watched me on Instagram, either through Sugar Creek or through Taylor L Bradford, you will see that I will caption my videos, and I use the app MixCaptions to do that. And so I will record a video I will put it into MixCaptions, I will edit to make sure my captions actually are my captions. So it’s AI interfacing. And then, I move the video over to CutStory so that it will trim it into 15 seconds for Instagram videos – or 10 seconds, whatever it is – and so it will splice the video the way it needs to, and then I will upload them one by one into Instagram. And so now I have it perfectly cut to add to Instagram stories with captions. It’s brilliant. Now MixCaptions you do have to pay for, but I don’t have a problem doing that because I personally watch Instagram Stories through no sound. And so I appreciate people that caption. So at least know what they’re saying. I do read lips. That’s why masks are really hard for me right now. I’m a lip reader. But MixCaptions is what I use and then Cutstory to cut them down into Instagram story size, and then upload so it can sometimes if I have a two-minute video, three-minute video, it’s a lot of videos to upload and to remember them in their order of uploading. I have a little system, but that’s what I do.
And most recently, I joined Clubhouse. And it’s an audio platform, and it seems like a lot of wedding vendors have jumped on to this platform. And I think I’ve got some invites, but you can find me, Taylor Bradford, on Clubhouse. I have not created a room. I have not been on stage. I have not listened to anybody. I’m curious to see how long this will go because you cannot record it’s against their terms of service. And you can only listen if you’re live. So I’m curious I can see potential, but I’m also the I’m not an early adopter for things. I like to wait to see how how it will actually be used and how it can possibly fit into my business. So if you can’t record because it’s against their terms of service, and if they figure it out that you’ve recorded, they will kick you out of the Clubhouse. So that’s why I like podcasting. It’s forever. So I like YouTube, and hopefully, by the end of this month, my YouTube channel will be launched. If not by February. It’s permanent. Yeah, so anyways, but I’m on Clubhouse. Follow me. Taylor Bradford.
All right, let’s move on. Peerspace if you have a studio or a space that you want to rent out to the public, you can list it through Peerspace. They take a portion of your listings or when you get booked. So the Studio is a part of Peerspace for rent. I use Rent the Runway, their monthly membership. So if I know I have networking events and – I still, I don’t think a lot of dressing rooms are open – and so it just makes things a heck of a lot easier to have this membership, so that clothes come to me and now I have new stuff without having to actually buy this stuff, and then I can send it back and swap it out. And I love Rent the Runway.
Paperless Post. For a lot of my parties in 2020, I used Paperless Post to send beautiful invitations through email, and I love paperless post. I use Canva Pro and pay for Canva Pro, and I equally use it as much as I use Photoshop. I love Canva Pro. All of my brand fonts and brand colors stay stored in there, which is amazing. I love it. Highly recommend Canva Pro.
I use the apps GeniusScan and, most recently, GeniusFax. I never thought I’d have to fax something to somebody in this century, but here we are. 2020 I had to fax something, and I love the GeniusScan app. It turns your pictures and anything text related to take -snap a picture of it, you can convert it to a PDF, and it’s amazing. I’ve used it for years, and then I learned they had GeniusFax, and you buy credits to fax things, and yeah, here we are 2021, and I’m still faxing things, which is – tells you about the technology that people faxing to where they sit. It’s actually state-related, so that makes total sense. But GeniusFax and GeniusScan, love both of those.
I love the Libby app, which is a library app for audiobooks and digital books. And if you have a library card, you can use the Libby app. I love it. It allows you to check out books via audio or digital, and it’s brilliant.
I also use GarageBand. That’s what I use to record the show and then send those files off to my editor, Zack, the Podcast Man. And I just – I’ve used GarageBand since day one.
Alright, let’s talk about WordPress plugins. I use WooCommerce for shops. If you go to The House of Sugar Creek, I actually just announced and launched e-design services. So one room refresh e-design services. Or if it’s a blank slate for you, you can hire me to be your e-designer and create a beautiful space for yourself that gives you – like, I will hunt for all your furniture and your artwork and your decor and present it to you in a pretty package. And yes, I’m super excited. I get all the time, “Man, I wish you could do what you do for me and my home.” Well, now, I can. You can have a little bit of Sugar Creek in your home. And you can go to TheHouseofSugarCreek.com/services to check out how you can work with me to have me either refresh your room or if you have a new space to you – like, right now I’m working with a client who added a new space to their existing office complex, and she wanted a kind of like a chick cave. And so that’s what I created for her – although it’s not cave-like at all. It’s beautiful. And she was so pumped, and we’re waiting on paint to happen, and then she’s going to get everything ordered. And if you’re local to me, you can also add on a day of styling and setup. And I will come in, and I will set it all up and style it and make it beautiful. And so yeah.
So I use the WooCommerce plugin to serve up that through TheHouseofSugarCreek.com. I also use it over at Boss Girl Creative, but I haven’t really been actively pushing my one-on-one services, which will change for 2021. So because the Inner Circle membership is closed, you can still work with me by hiring me for a one-on-one service. And I use WooCommerce to serve that up. So I love WooCommerce.
I also am loving Elementor Pro. I use Elementor for one of my sites but don’t pay for Pro, but then all the other sites I pay for Pro. I think if you pay for Pro, you get three sites that you can use your Pro license on. And I’m not a fan of Gutenberg for WordPress. I use the classic editor still with Boss Girl Creative, but I test drove Elementor because I needed a way to do some things that I couldn’t figure out how to do with just coding. And insert Elementor. And for the longest time, I was not – I didn’t want to use Elementor because I’m not a Gutenberg fan. I don’t like the blocks thing. I don’t know why. I just didn’t. And so I finally was like, “Okay, let’s just give Elementor a try.” And I fell in love with it. And then I bought Pro. So here we are.
I also use RewardStyle, which is a plugin for WordPress, but it’s also an affiliate-related platform. So it’s how I am able to link my books – even though I’m an Amazon Associates, which is also an affiliate platform – it’s just easier for me to use RewardStyle. And, but I do use Amazon Associates at the same time. So most recently, on TheHouseofSugarCreek.com, you will see that I talked about the books I read in December. And I’m not using RewardStyle at all on that, but I am using Amazon affiliate links and Amazon’s shopping tools and ad tools, which is brilliant. But I use RewardStyle if I’m doing a design-related – so if you go to TheHouseofSugarCreek.com and you go to the blog, and a couple of posts ago or just search – I believe you should just search mid-century small office design, and you will see that I’ve used RewardStyle. Now, RewardStyle is invite-only. Like, you can – you can request access, but you really have to prove a lot in order to get in. So, I can refer people, but even me referring people doesn’t always put somebody into their platform. They’re kind of picky. But there’s other platforms that you can use that have similar tools. Awin is another option. And I cannot remember the other one that I use – oh, Shopstyle Collective is another option for you. And that’s all affiliate-based programs.
All right, another WordPress plugin I use is Smash Balloon’s Instagram Feed. It is how I showcase my Instagrams on my websites. I also use the WordPress GDPR compliance plugin. It’s WP GDPR Compliance. And I use Accordions by Pick Plugins, P-I-C-K plugins. And so if you’ve ever wanted a FAQ tool that allows you to just put the cap – the question, and so you only see the questions, and then they click the question, and it accordions down to give the answer, that is a plugin for you to use. Accordions by Pick Plugins.
I use the Smush plugin. My sites are heavily, heavily imaged. Lots of photos, and they are huge. And so I smush them down so that it helps my page speed and my page load. I use title remover by WP Gurus. So if you’ve ever published a post or a page and you don’t want the title showing, you can use this plugin, and it will remove the title for you.
I use Yoast SEO on all of my websites for SEO purposes. I use WP Super Cache to cache my website so that it can promptly load for people. I use Content Views Pro on Boss Girl Creative. Originally, I used it also over at TaylorBradford.com, but I don’t need it there anymore. So the Boss Girl heavily uses Content Views Pro. It kind of allows me to create a clickable gallery, which is how if you go to bossgirlcreative.com/episode-guide. That is the Content Views plugin at play. If you want to go see what it looks like. I also use MaxButtons plugin for Boss Girl Creative. That is how you can snag the transcripts for each show back to Episode 211. And instead of – like, I could just make buttons myself for each of my – like, just with HTML, but MaxButtons just makes things a heck of a lot easier to use. And they’re shortcodes, so I love that plugin.
And then finally, but not last by any means, I also use the Pretty Links plugin, which allows me to shorten links down to something very easy. So the link BossGirlCreative.com/InnerCircle is a Pretty Link, and I’m able to control where it goes. So right now, because the Inner Circle membership is closed, it is going to send you to a waiting list. And – but when it reopens, it’s going to send you to Patreon to sign up for it. So I love using Pretty Links. It also allows me to track my links. It’s very similar to like Bitly, but it’s internal within my own platform. And I know you can pay for the Pro, but I just use the regular free version of Pretty Links.
Alright, those are the tools, the apps, the resources that I use for my businesses, and in my life. I hope that one of those is inspiring to you to test drive on your own. And yeah, there you have it. So thank you so much for listening to this episode of the podcast. Shout out to today’s show sponsor, which is Gusto. Get three months free when you run your first payroll. Visit gusto.com/bossgirl. And until next week, I hope you have a great rest of this week.