Recommended Tools & Resources for Digital Marketing & Online Business

Email Marketing


All of my email marketing is managed through Convertkit. Convertkit is by far the most powerful email marketing platform that also has the simplest form factor. Plus the customer service is astounding and I believe wholeheartedly in the team behind it. Click here to check out Convertkit.

Web, Video, & Data Hosting

Website Cheetah

Need a website? Don’t want to spend $3500+ on a custom website? Want your website built in a single day? You need Website Cheetah. Full disclaimer: my agency owns Website Cheetah so I personally back the quality, experience, and the final site you’ll get. Learn more about Website Cheetah.


SiteGround is my go-to host recommendation for most clients. For the price, their speeds are outstanding, their customer service is good, and they’re packed with features. If you’re serious about starting a six-figure online business, start with SiteGround.


Bluehost is an entry-level hosting service that works great for newer sites or sites that don’t get a ton of traffic. I wouldn’t run a six-figure online business on Bluehost, but it’s a great option if you need to startup on a budget. Click here to check out Bluehost.

WP Engine

Once I have turned a site into a serious business and money-maker, I always opt for a high-speed managed host. WP Engine is my go-to recommendation for fast managed WordPress hosting. Click here to check out WP Engine.


All of my premium/course videos are hosted with Wistia. There’s no better video hosting service on the web, period.

Business Web Apps powers my secure coaching platform for Rebooted Body, customer service, and sales chat/ticket system. It’s extremely powerful software for customer service.


The most advanced form software that I know of. I use this service to power my lead-gen evaluations, program forms/assessments, surveys, and more. It’s integration through Zapier lets me connect it with other apps like ConvertKit. Click here to get 10% off.

Acuity Scheduling

Going back and forth with people for scheduling coaching calls, podcasts, interviews, etc. is a pain in the ass, especially since I’m dealing with people all over the world. Acuity makes it super simple and convenient and integrates with my Google Calendar. It also handles payments for premium calls and appointments. Click here to checkout Acuity Scheduling.


I use Trello for all higher-level planning & project management. It’s the best app I’ve found for planning and organization, especially if you have a team that helps with these things. Everyone will always be on the same page. Click here to check out Trello.


For me, is the GoToWebinar killer. I use this platform to host all of my webinars, online events, and group coaching calls. It’s much better software than GTW at a fraction of the price. Click here to check out Zoom.

Dev Tools & Metrics

All of my sites are built on WordPress.


All of my sites are currently built on the Divi framework. Divi is a WordPress base theme and page builder that streamlines the creation of custom sites. It’s one of my top online business recommendations. Click here to check out Divi.


Membermouse is my primary membership platform for any of my sites that require membership. It controls page-level access, member management, etc. in a very flexible/customizable way. Click here to check out MemberMouse.

Google Analytics

I track all my sites’ analytics through Google Analytics and recommend that you do the same. It’s a no-brainer since it’s free and is one of the most powerful analytics platforms online.

Money & Finances


Stripe is my main payment processor. I offer PayPal as well, but most customer transactions are run through Stripe.
ThriveCart product sales and checkout system


ThriveCart handles all my product sales and checkout pages. It integrates with ConvertKit and MemberMouse to automatically send customer data to my email list and membership platforms as well. Click here to checkout ThriveCart.


Gusto is the rebranded version of ZenPayroll. I use it for all payroll stuff. It makes payroll and all the nonsense that comes along with it, dead simple. Click here to get a $100 Amazon gift card when you join Gusto.

Bench Accounting

I realized after a couple years of doing my own bookkeeping that it’s a huge waste of time and is better off handled by professionals. That’s why I recruited Bench to handle all my bookkeeping. Click here to check out Bench.

Vlog Equipment

Canon 80D

This is my main camera for everything I do with video, namely because of it’s fast and accurate AF.

Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 ART

This is a fantastic lens for the Canon 80D. Very sharp, fast focus, and a good range for vlogging and talking-head style videos.

Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Lens

Not much interests me about this lens except the image stabilization. If canon had a better wide angle with IS and a fixed, larger maximum aperture, I’d get it. But, they don’t.

Shure VP83 LensHopper Camera-Mounted Condenser Microphone

This captures environmental audio and a lot of the run and gun audio if I’m not wearing the sony pack.

Sony UWPD11/42 Lavalier Portable RX Wireless System

The most convenient way to capture audio since the mic is clipped directly to me and then fed straight into the camera wirelessly.

Audio-Technica AT875R Shotgun Mic

When I have more time to setup and want the best audio possible, I use this, usually on a boom above my mouth right out of frame.

Joby Gorillapod Focus

It’s kind of a pain to work with, but it does too many things to not have it.

Ballhead for Gorillapod Focus

You need this to go on top of the Gorillapod.

Zoom H5

This is a multi-use tool. I can record podcasts on it when traveling or recording live with people. I also use it as an interface into the 80D when using the Audio-Technica shotgun mic.

Westcott Ice Light 2

When extra light is needed, this is where it usually comes from. The Ice Light is super portable, relatively soft, and most importantly, it’s clean light (meaning it doesn’t produce a color cast like many cheaper options).

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