How to Use IFTTT to Automate Your Life and Business.
In this video tutorial I will be talking about how to set up your IFTTT applets. What is IFTTT? It stands for IF THIS THEN THAT. In essence it connects applications and devices together to automate things and make your life just a bit easier. These “applets” as they are called are “recipes” that trigger certain actions between apps and/or devices. Some of the many apps and devices that I set both for my business and personal life are Facebook to my iPhone, Twitter to my Instagram.
There are literally hundreds if not thousands of combinations of these applets you can set up which will definitely benefit you and your business.
0:14 What makes IFTTT so great?
0:24 My personal applets
0:30 What are applets?
0:46 When it rains, tweet this
1:01 What is IFTTT
1:18 Weather tweets
1:57 Sunrise, Sunset
2:21 When it rains in Cleveland
2:35 Use your calendar
3:03 Instagram with Twitter or Facebook
3:40 Pro Tip: The Twitter Advanced Search
6:17 Starred gmails with Evernote
6:39 Reminders on your Phone from starred gmails
6:48 Email me 10 things to know in the morning
6:53 Customized your content for your niche
7:21 Send yourself a map when you arrive in a city
7:40 This one will save your day
8:08 More wonderful ideas
8:17 Highly recommended
8:42 How to set up an applet
10:58 Pro tip: Using Amazon S3
15:37 Link to a picture in Amazon S3
16:08 Share your applets with us
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My favorite tools:
LastPass http://bit.ly/2fAld2R (share accounts with your VAs without having to share passwords)
Teachable http://bit.ly/2fAi2Zk (my favorite place to host an online course)
Trello http://bit.ly/2fkXYqy (my favorite place to lay out projects and collaborate with my team)
ScreenFlow http://jenr.gy/screenflowlink (for Mac. It’s also available for windows. It’s my favorite ScreenCasting and editing software)
Camtasia https://www.techsmith.com/ (for Windows. It’s available for Mac, too)
Filmora http://jenr.gy/filmoraMLC (perfect video editing software for newbies. Really cool templates, too)
Screencastomatic http://screencast-o-matic.com/home (super inexpensive ScreenCasting software)
MeetEdgar https://meetedgar.com/ (A great social media scheduler)
OnlyPult https://OnlyPult.com (for scheduling your Instagram)
Recupost http://bit.ly/2f4kzqG (A social media scheduler as good as Edgar, just a lot less expensive.)
Buffer https://buffer.com/ (Social media scheduler. I use to send articles on Twitter, mostly)
Canva https://www.canva.com/ (For creating graphics, easily)
Instapage http://instapg.es/flsvc Amazing landing page creator and also great for making sales pages.
Squarespace https://www.squarespace.com/ This is what I used to create my website. I simply love this platform.
Leadpages http://bit.ly/2gkC8HQ an essential tool for growing your leads.
Hubstaff https://Hubstaff.com A great tool for managing your team.
Fiverr http://bit.ly/2fAg3UR Sometimes you need someone to do a quick job for you. Fiverr is the place.
Vimeo http://bit.ly/2fZNiyQ Video hosting.
FreshBooks http://jenr.gy/FreshBooksVA Wonderful financial management for entrepreneurs.
HauteChocolate http://bit.ly/2f8nO3D Beautiful, styled, stock photos.
Webinar Jam http://bit.ly/2fJhj5D I use their EverWebinar system to put my webinars on an evergreen funnel.
Society6 http://bit.ly/2g2iSwy Beautiful backdrops for your webinar. (I always order size medium)
OnlineJobs.ph http://bit.ly/2fZRNcF A great resource to find virtual assistants.