My Recommended Tools For Side Hustling

Over the years I have used various tools and software to grow my teaching side hustle. Below I have included those that I have used and thoroughly recommend if you want to start teaching online.

Please note, some of the links below may be affiliate links, meaning I will earn a commission if you purchase through them. You can read more about this on our disclaimer.

Camtasia is my #1 recommended screen recorder and video editor

If you’re after a combined screen recorder and video editor, then be sure to check out Camtasia. Camtasia is one of my favorite tools for my side hustle.

You can read all about Camtasia in my review.

SiteGround is my #1 recommended web host

I have used multiple web hosting providers and, for me, SiteGround comes out on top.

Their hosting is very cheap for WordPress websites, which is perfect when starting a new site. Also, their server response times are super fast! Nobody likes a slow website.

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GeneratePress is my #1 recommended WordPress theme

The guys behind GeneratePress have done a fantastic job in creating such a lightweight and beautiful theme.

There is a free option available for GeneratePress that will get you started. However, if you are looking for additional features then upgrade to their Premium add-on – this is what is use on Side Hustle Teach.

Teachable is my #1 recommended online course platform

Teachable makes creating an online course so easy! All you have to do is to create the content and they will take care of all the financials.

You can read all about what Teachable can do in my review.

EmailOctopus is my #1 recommended email marketing tool

If you want to grow an email list (you should) and connect with your subscribers through email campaigns, then consider EmailOctopus.

Their Starter plan will get you going with up to 2,500 subscribers and 10,000 emails per month; all of this without spending a penny!