As a small business owner, revenue made from affiliate links can be really useful. Where possible, I try to sign up for new services using other people’s links, and I am always grateful when someone uses mine. I have added my links in here with a description of the service provided by each one. I will receive a small amount of commission if you sign up to any of these services using my links. Feel free to send me a message with any questions you have about any of them.
This page is for other freelancing folk who are looking to sign up to any of the following services
The Hub for Social Media Managers
The Hub is an amazing business created by Laura Davis and Laura Moore. I am lucky enough to have been following them since the beginning of their journey when they launched their first product The Social Media Manager’s Toolkit. This toolkit is packed full of advice and templates to help social media managers who are just starting out. To find out more click below.
Places on the Ads Manager Academy course sell out extremely quickly and it only opens a few times a year. It’s a very worthwhile investment and a great way for social media managers to add to their skillset. Of course you don’t have to be a social media manager to enrol. It is also a useful investment for people who wish to run successful ads for their own business. To find out more and enrol on the course, click below.
The Content Kit for social media managers is invaluable for giving you content ideas and helpful suggestions about how to make the most of your bio/about sections. To find out more and get the content kit, click on the link below.
The Ads Manager Toolkit is something I couldn’t wait to get my hands on! It has lots of information such what to say to potential ads clients during a discovery call plus all the templates you could possible need to make your life easier when working with clients. To find out more and get the ads manager toolkit, click on the link below.
To find out more about the Social Media Managers Hub, click on the link below.
Dinghy Freelance Insurance
Dinghy provide low cost insurance specifically with freelancers in mind. It’s very flexible and you can pause it at anytime. Last time I checked, if you use my link, we will both get an Amazon voucher. My link for Dinghy can be found below.
I’ve been using Coconut for my banking. It’s the ultimate accounting and tax tool for self-employed people, with expenses, invoicing and tax all in one. It’s very simple and free if you don’t need more than three invoices a month. My link for Coconut can be found below.