Helpful Tools and Resources:
The below resources are all personally used, or have been personally tested by my. Some are affiliate links where we make a small commission on a sale, some are not, but they’re all what we honestly recommend as the best tools of their kind to use.
-Danny Carlson, Host – Actualize Freedom Podcast
- Focus Booster Pomodoro Timer: Free tool I use to push through tough tasks. I set the timer for 25 mins on, 5 mins off. It makes it easier to stay focused knowing you’ll have a break soon. I use the free version.
- Amazon’s Restricted Products: Stay away from anything on this list. Know it… live it.
- Google Trends: Use this to check if products are seasonal, at the top of a trend and about to burst (wrong time to jump in!), or even better, slowly growing over the past several years.
Recommended Amazon Seller Services:
The Actualize Freedom Podcast is sponsored by Kenji ROI, my agency producing Amazon Listing Optimization services for Amazon Sellers.
Working with Kenji ROI directly supports the podcast and is the best way to express gratitude as a fan of the show. Let us know you are a fan when you reach out, we always love to hear 🙂
Kenji ROI – Danny Carlson’s agency for optimized Amazon Product Photography, Videos, A+ Content (EBC), & Copywriting optimized for Amazon sales.
Recommended Amazon Seller Software:
- JungleScout – The go to chrome extension for seeing estimated sales on any Amazon page.
- Joelister – Automatically list Amazon FBA inventory on Ebay… literally automatic including fulfillment.
- HELIUM 10 – A great suite of tools for many Amazon Seller needs, especially their free ones Scribbles & Frankenstein for listing creation.
- Zonmaster – Affordable & highly customizable email Amazon email follow up software to increase review rate from customers.
- Sellics – The #1 Amazon Software to Maximize Your Potential
What I Use for Podcasting Gear:
I record all Actualize Freedom Podcast episodes from Bali with guests based all around the world! I use Calendly to let guests choose a time in my calendar that matches between our timezones, then they receive a Zoom video call link to join at the time of the interview.
Recording is done through Zoom for video an guest audio (it sends separate audio tracks for you and your guest) then Audacity to record at higher quality for my own voice on my computer and as a backup.