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As the world continues to rely more and more heavily on digital solutions, I get asked regularly what services I recommend. Several resources I have available: a blog I wrote about how teachers can adapt to teaching online based on what I learned as a K-12 teacher and college professor; my Pinterest board, “Tools in My Kit” to go with this blog; my Amazon list; and the list below.

Overwhelmed? I teach lessons, consult with brands, and host webinars. Let me know if you’d like my help, no matter where you are in the world!

kerry rego at her desk with toolsMaster List of Services & Tools I Recommend #kerryapproved

I get no money from any of these recommendations unless you see a *

Website Related
Designer & maintenance – Inbound Design | One Day Builds*
Spam filter – Akismet
Web host – SiteGround
Domain service – GoDaddy
eCommerce – Square
Compliance – iubenda*
Easy web builder – Weebly (now owned by Square)
Blog – WordPress

Hardware & Products
Computer – MacBook Pro using a second monitor
Phone – iPhone 13 Pro (a blog I wrote about running my business from my phone)
Mouse – Logitech
Digital notebook – Rocketbook
Tripod – Amazon Basics 60″
Ring Light with Tripod – Tonor 12″
Shop These Products on Amazon (affiliate link)*

Digital Solutions
Free phone – Google Voice
Virtual meeting – Zoom
Email host, web services – Google Workspace
Collaboration – Google Drive (a part of Google Workspace)
Note storage – Evernote (a blog I wrote about this amazing tool)
Browser – Firefox
Podcast host – Blubrry
Task automator – IFTT, Zapier
Calendar for client bookings – Calendly
Calendar for meetings (large groups of people) – Doodle
Cursor highlighter/magnifier – Cursor Pro

Email marketing – Constant Contact*
Social media scheduling tools – Hootsuite, Later
Graphic design – Canva
Photo editor – InShot
Link shortener –
Event management – Eventbrite
Photo sites (free) – Unsplash, more free media
Audio transcription & captions – Rev

Free Learning Opportunities
Meta (Facebook) Blueprint
LinkedIn Learning (if you have a library card, take a look at their website and you can likely access LL for FREE if you go through their portal. Not sure? Call your library and ask!)

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