Over the course of time, I've written a bunch of reviews of various digital products, tools, apps, services that I've used in my blogging business. Some of these tools have been among the best I've ever used and highly recommend to other bloggers and marketers. Below, you will find a list of reviews, including videos for plugins, themes, software, and productivity tools. Take a look to see what you can find and use in your blogging business. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me here.
Let’s start with a review of what I believe to be the best suite of conversion optimization tools for WordPress from Thrive Themes.
I have been a member of Thrive Themes since 2015, and I can honestly say that I've used all of the tools currently available in the Thrive Membership package. Each tool has respectively helped me to achieve growth and success with my blogging business, from building high-converting landing pages to growing my email list.
Check out my full detailed review of the Thrive Themes Membership, to learn why I think you should invest in these tools too.
Thrive Leads has been one of the best software investments I’ve personally made in my blogging business.
Only a few other list-building plugins come close to matching Thrive Leads in terms of features, usability, flexibility, and quality. So, if you’re serious about growing your email list for your blog, I recommend this plugin wholeheartedly.
Thrive Leads allows you to track your conversions, create simple but effective A/B split testing, create targeted campaigns, and more. It also comes with a library of pre-designed forms, a form builder canvas for you to create customized forms from complete scratch, and more.
You can check out my in-depth review of Thrive Leads here.
Thrive Architect is another popular tool from Thrive Themes. By now you must see the patter in that Thrive Themes create some amazing tools for WordPress.
Thrive Architect is a powerful drag-and-drop page builder plugin for WordPress. The biggest selling point of this piece of software is that it's incredibly easy to use, and with it, you can create any kind of landing page you want.
Over the years, many other page builder plugins have come along, but none of them offer the level of features and flexibility of Thrive Architect.
Whether you're planning on just creating a simple eBook sales page or a full-blown custom website homepage, you can do it all in Thrive Architect for WordPress.
Check out my full review of Thrive Architect here and my video tutorial.
Social Warfare is one of the most popular social sharing plugins for WordPress. This is a premium plugin, however, there is now a free version also available with limited features and options.
Over the years, Social Warfare has gone through numerous updates, some good and some bad. For the most part, the plugin is stable and works great, however, from time to time, updates have known to crash some WordPress websites.
Please check my review of Social Warfare here for full details.
When it comes to WordPress SEO, there are essentially two stand-out plugins that come to mind. The all-popular Yoast SEO plugin and SEOPressor Connect.
SEOPressor Connect is available on a monthly subscription, whilst Yoast offers either a free version or a paid-for version of it's plugin.
Optimizing your blog and content for search engines is an important process of your blog marketing strategy. There's nothing better than getting lots of free quality traffic from search engines.
Be sure to check out my full comparison and review of both plugins here.
There is nothing more important than finding and using a reliable, secure, and robust web host provider for your blog. In 2015, I found a hosting provider that I fell in love with, that company being SiteGround.
I host all of my primary websites and blogs with SiteGround. Whilst they might not be the cheapest around, they are certainly one of the favorites amongst bloggers.
Check out my story of how I came to use SiteGround, including my full review of their services for WordPress users.