a coven of budget-friendly vendors to help you launch your brand into the universe.

 
 

squarespace.

Website design and development isn't cheap. Squarespace has the most good looking templates and reliable hosting for an affordable price.

mailchimp.

MailChimp is definitely the best email marketing provider in the market right now. And they have a free account option for up to 2k subscribers

canva.

Not a Photoshop wiz? That’s okay. Use Canva to create well-designed graphics you can use for social media or email newsletters

moo.

Checkout Moo to order quality business cards, flyers, and letterhead for an affordable cost. And no, the glossy finish is NEVER a good idea.

INVOICELY.

Girl gotta get paid. Invoicely offers a robust invoicing platform for free. Plus, it's super easy to use. You should also keep track of your business expenses.

hello sign.

No more printing, signing, and scanning contracts. This e-sign service is completely free. No contract? Search online for tons of free templates.

go daddy.

Secure the domain for your new brand ASAP. It doesn’t get any cheaper than GoDaddy, especially if you're a new customer. 

unsplash.

A great website has great photography. Find amazing, free photography at Unsplash and similar sites. If you have the budget, checkout Stocksy, too.

planoly.

Curating your Instagram feed can easily take up all your time. Use this app to schedule posts in advance. And remember to hashtag the shit out of your posts.

sticker mule.

One can never have too many stickers. Check out Sticker Mule for a good variety of well-priced branded merchandise like stickers and pins.

g suite.

Formerly Google Apps, this is a must to get your @domain email address and 30GB of cloud storage. And it's only $5/month!

podcasts.

I've learned the best free work and life advice from podcasts. As a podcast obsessor I listen to many, but Being Boss is a life-changer for business owners.

 

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