The following are tools that I either personally use now in my business or tools that my closest colleagues use and vouch for. I hope that some of them can help you in your life adventures as well.
Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links to products that will earn me a commission if you purchase them via the links. These are all things that I am recommending because they are helpful and are companies that I trust, not because of the commissions that I will earn from you using these products (but the commission helps!)Website "Stuff"
Go Daddy: I've bought all of my domain names (the part between the www. and the .com) from them. It's simple, inexpensive, and you can always find a good discount coupon code for them!
Bluehost: All of my websites (real estate and other) are hosted using Bluehost. You can easily set up professional emails with your domains (i.e. email@example.com) , easy WordPress installation, and excellent customer service.
Thesis Theme: The website that you're viewing right now was built on this theme. You would be surprised at what can actually be done with this thing (beyond my understanding of the universe!)
Aweber: The internet’s most powerful email opt-in service and email marketing/broadcasting tool.
Odesk: Hire top quality international workers for just about any service you can think of.
Short Sale Riches:This guy is known as the short sale kid. He looks young and goofy (he is) but the guy is crankin' out short sales left and right and can get you trained to do the same.
Virtual Short Sale Investing: D.C. Fawcett also comes highly recommend in the education realm of short sales. He will also let you test drive his product for free for 30 days.
eHealthInsurance: Here, you enter your information, and it generates a number of different health care plans for your particular situation with a variety of different prices and specifications.
Who is Brooks Conkle?
I’m a 32 year old guy from Sweet Home Alabama. I think I was an entrepreneur from a young age but just didn’t know it at the time. I was the kid selling candy out of my backpack at school. And if you can't tell by now, I can't stand thinking inside the box...