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Katelyn Bourgoin @KateBour

I run a $400K/year business with 0 employees

Here are 7 lesser-known tools I use to get more done in less time:

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This isn’t one of those threads where I’ll share the same 7 tools that everyone always talks about

These are tools that you either:

A) Haven’t heard of
B) Hadn’t considered using for this specific use case

Ok. Let’s dive in...

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1. @vidyard (Loom alternative)

How I Use It:
> Record personalized videos for newsletter sponsors & instructions for contractors

Why I Prefer it:
> Generous free plan
> Videos can be 1 hour long (not just 5 mins)
> You know when your video is viewed and how much was watched

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2. @Tango_HQ (alternative to manually documenting processes)

How I Use It:
> I get my VA to create workflows of any repeatable process we use (eg. publishing our newsletter)

Why I Prefer It:
> So easy—you just do the task and Tango creates the process automatically
> Free plan

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3. @Talkwalker Alerts (Google Alerts alternative)

How I Use It:
> Track mention of keywords I’m interested in on blogs, Twitter, etc so I can spot trends or common Qs
> Monitor my own brand mentions

Why I Prefer it:
> Free to use
> Monitors more sites than Google Alerts

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4. @SupersideHQ (alternative to Upwork or in-house designers)

How I Use It:
> Design last-minute ads and presentations when my regular freelance designer isn’t available

Why I Prefer it:
> Lightning fast (under 24-hour turnaround)
> Super high-quality
> No surprise fees

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5. @Coda_hq (Notion alternative)

How I Use It:
> Manage newsletter production & sponsorships
> Create templates, guides & internal docs
> Plan social posts & write threads (like this one!)

Why I Prefer it:
> Generous free plan
> Super intuitive yet super powerful
> A+ support

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5. @landingiapp (Leadpages alternative)

How I Use It:
> Create sales pages, opt-ins & popups

Why I Prefer it:
> Best editor I’ve used (truly drag-n-drop)
> Easy A/B testing
> PageInsider makes AI optimization easy

(see bio links to see example sales pages → @katebour)

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6. @zotabox (alternative to various Wordpress plugins or manual coding)

How I Use It:
> Create promotional banners, popups & opt-ins on sales pages or website

(Like the 25% off sale I’m running today)

Why I Prefer it:
> Super easy to use
> No coding
> Low cost ($12/month)

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7 lesser known tools I ❤️

1. @vidyard (free screen recorder Chrome extension)
2. @Tango_HQ
3. @Talkwalker Alerts
4. @SupersideHQ
5. @coda_hq
6. @Landingiapp
7. @Zotabox

If you wanna get more done in less time, check ‘em out

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✨ Bonus Tools ✨

My Clarity Call Cheatsheets and Review Mining System (alternatives to guessing what works with buyers)

How I Use Them:
> Understand buyers
> Craft better messages
> Plan high-converting campaigns

(Both are 25% off today - links in bio → @katebour)

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If you wanna work smarter in Q4, check out these killer tools!

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