Free Resource Library

This page is a collection of free and easy resources for you to apply in your business. I am creating a “HOW TO” section listed further down the page if you are looking for technical help with how to do things on your website or social media – so scroll down to see what’s there as this might save you hours 🙂



In this section you will find cool tools to help your content stand out online. These are all tools that I have used and recommend to my clients on a daily basis.

Wanna know how to use them and get up and running today? Get on my Short Course. I have created an online course for you that shows you in short little videos EXACTLY how to use each of the tools shown in this section so that you can start wowing your audience today!!! Click here to enroll.  Just £49.99 for the whole course.

  1. WordPress Websites.

    If you can use Microsoft Word then you can build a WordPress website – Yes really! These simple templates mean that you just need to be able to copy and paste or drag and drop. You can choose from thousands of FREE themes, or upgrade for for just a few pounds to a theme that lets you customize it more to your taste. Just choose your domain and hosting service and off you go.

To find out more please click here

2. FREE Images.

If you are anything like me, you will spend hours trying to find the right image for your blog post or social media piccy. Often, after hours of searching, I will find one that I think is suitable and download it, only to find that when I upload it to my website or Facebook page it is blurry and no good. AAAARGGGHHH! Here are some links to fantastic resources for high definition images that are license free and free to download. No further explanation needed for this one.

This tool lets you create social media images quickly by using templates that are the correct size etc. for your social media site. You can upload your own images to it to make it personal, you can add text (and any number of fonts) you can also use your own colours so that you can maintain your branding.

It has loads of images to choose from that are either free or just $1 (70p at today’s rate). It also has inbuilt tools that help you to centre things and make a professional job of your creations. Great for bloggers and content writers.

4. Video creation tool.

  1. Videos can be created straight from your blog post. This video making tool is soooo simple that anyone can use it. Here’s how it works…
  • Create a blog post
  • Open the tool and choose the blog post
  • Choose the sentences you want to use from the blog post
  • Choose some images for your video slides
  • Choose some music from the huge list of tunes
  • Click on create video
  • Wait to be emailed to say that your video is ready
  • Open and play your video and upload it to your social media platforms

Honestly, that’s pretty much all there is to it. You can create a video in less that 5 minutes and you DON’T have to suffer the indignity of sitting in front of a video camera to make great eye catching and engaging content for your Facebook page or other social media site 

5. Free Auto-responder.

An auto-responder is an email service that will fully automate your emails. It will help you to create a list of people who are interested in what you have to say or sell. It will help you to respond to those people completely on autopilot.

It is really simple to use, again templates are offered and if you can copy and paste and use Microsoft Word then you won’t have much difficulty in using this gem of a tool. Imagine being able to reply to people who have asked for a download that you are offering and follow up with them for as long as you want to WITHOUT you having to do anything other than setting up an email sequence.

This service is free to use and is offered by

6.  Free Screen Capturing Tool.

Would you like to be able to quickly and easily capture images straight from your laptop? Would you love to be able to create quick little videos of what you are doing on your laptop to share with and show to others?

This tool is so easy and I use it most days. You download the tool to your laptop and it sits on the desktop screen ready to be used. To open it you simply click on it and either lassoo the part of the screen you want to capture or start a recording of your voice and screen. This is great for short videos on how to do things.

The free version lets you record for up to 5 minutes at a time but you can record unlimited videos. You then share them on Screen Cast and can watch them there or embed them into posts on your blog or social media sites. This is how I captured the image of it below.

Get your download here

7.  Online meetings and webinars.

If you have coaching calls, meetings, conference calls or webinars as part of your business then you can host them all from Zoom.

Zoom lets you schedule meetings and have up to 100 people attend for free. If you want to run webinars then you do need to pay a small monthly subscription. This tool is easy to use and you can schedule a meeting in one minute. You then get a link to the meeting that you can send out to people who you would like to attend. There is also an option to invite your attendees straight from the scheduling screen.

The process is so simple and it talks you through how to set everything up so you just follow the instructions and you can’t go wrong.

The webinars are recorded to your device or to the cloud or you can choose both. This means that people who couldn’t attend live can watch the video later. I made extra sales from my last webinar by sharing the link and letting people watch it in their own time.

8.  Online meeting and screen sharing.

Most people are familiar with Skype, but they don’t know that it can be used for hosting meetings and that you can share your screen or others can share their screen with you. This is great for coaching or training calls as you can literally see their screen and talk them through what to do.

To use the screen sharing option just click on the + sign and choose screen sharing. Simple & FREE

9. Boosting your blog posts.

There are numerous ways online of boosting your blog posts so that more people get to find and read them, but one of my favourites is Pingomatic.

Pingomatic is a collection of subscription based magazines that people sign up to. If you tell Pingomatic that you have written a post it will let its subscribers know so anyone who is interested in your subject matter will be able to visit your blog to have a look.

This simple tool is great for generating traffic to your site and getting eyes on your blog.

10. See whose viewed your posts. 

Knowing that your efforts are not in vain is what will keep you motivated to keep writing your great content. If you can see that you are getting hundreds, if not thousands of readers to your blog posts then you will be encouraged to keep going and to keep getting better at what you do.

But how can you see quickly, easily and for free who is visiting each of your posts without having to go to Google Analytics or other analytics site – remember this is for technophobes so you probably don’t even know what Google analytics is right?

Well the good news is that if you have a WordPress website then you can get a totally free plugin called Post Views Counter. This is what it looks like…


Post views counter

Once you install it onto your website it will show you how many people have visited each post. You can see it here…

It just adds a views column to your dashboard so that you can instantly see how many views each of your posts have received without having to look anywhere else.

This is great for knowing which content is more popular too so that you can create more of it.  If you need help to install a plugin on your site then please click here for help.

11. Turn your blog posts into e-Books.

This tool is brilliant for those who want to create e-books from their content. It makes the process so simple that you can literally create your e-book in about 5 – 10 minutes once you have your content.

The drag and drop system makes it really easy for any technophobe to use. There are also great tutorials online on how to make the most of this tool. Of course, there are paid options but you can create a very professional looking e-book for FREE using this tool.

12. Photo editing tool.

I don’t know about you but I get really confused with Photoshop. I think it’s just too sophisticated for me as I’m not that creative and there are way too many things on there to get me into trouble.

This little tool however, is both free and easy to use.  It has far less options than photoshop but it does let you resize images, make changes to them so that they are more personal or individual and do the usual highlighting, cropping and turning things around. (as you can clearly see, I’m not a photo editing expert)

This is the one you are looking for…

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To get your hands on this cheeky little tool go to


13. Pdfescape

This is a great tool that lets you create fillable pdf’s such as worksheets. This is great if you are creating content for a course or tutorial for clients or a questionnaire or other documents that you need your reader to be able to fill out.


This section is for help with technical stuff. It’s in no particular order other than this is the order I came across things.

Please pick and choose what you need when you need it, it is not meant to be a step by step guide – although I have one of those here if you need one “FREE Business Basics Guide

How to add a plugin to WordPress

How to download a new WordPress theme

How to start a blog

How to write a blog post that gets seen by thousands of people

How to make money from your blog