This page is just a curated post of interesting websites that I intend to just keep adding to and are usually websites I am discovering for the first time
They are also for anyone who is bored and doesn’t want useless websites to look at while online but actually wants to read something interesting or shall I say read from interesting websites. I like them and maybe you could as well. Enjoy!
Website name: http://www.touchwoodrings.com
When Discovered: June 2019
What I find interesting: I was actually just surprised that wooden wedding bands could just look that cool. I mean so nice looking. I only have one concern though; which is how a wooden ring would leave a mark on my finger. Will it be in the same way a metal ring would or would it leave a really bad heat rash. I am still trying to find out though.
Website name: https://triberr.com
When Discovered: June 21, 2019
What I find Interesting: I just think it is an amazing way to kind of promote a website especially if you are a blogger. I am going to try it out to see what works. I have actually just tried SlideShare and LinkedIn articles for this blog I wonder how that will pan out in terms of traffic as well as Google rankings if it won’t lead to penalties. lol
Website name: https://carrd.co
When Discovered: June 2019
What I find Interesting: I actually like their write up that says, “Build one-page sites for
pretty much anything”. Not only that, it is totally free. Imagine. Free. I hope there won’t be future surprises though. I like the interface too. Quite cool and fun. I was thinking of using the MailChimp landing pages but now I have another option and I think it is worth looking at. I am now looking at using them for email sign-ups. Not sure how the landing pages strategy works for building email lists but will find out. I just think this website is an interesting website in my view. I also discovered that they have a large customer base. How come I have never heard about them? Hmm…
Website name: Reedsy Book Editor
When Discovered: July 2019
What I find Interesting: A DIY way to put a whole manuscript all together without looking to Microsoft-ish. I am yet to try it though as of today 06.08.19. But I think I like the look of Vellum better but the only shame with Vellum is that, its only available on mac. I hope Reedsy does a good job.
Tidio.com – Discovered: August 2019
Artibot.ai – Discovered: August 2019
Purechat – Discovered: August 2019
Faire.com – Discovered: August 2019
Opendoor.com – Discovered: Aug 2019
What3words.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
linktr.ee – Discovered: Oct 2019
Producthunt.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Linkslist.app – Discovered: Oct 2019
Spoonflower.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Roostery.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Houzz.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Society6.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Procreate.art – Discovered: Oct 2019
Raindrops.io – Discovered: Oct 2019
Zapier.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Techpoint.africa – Discovered: Oct 2019
Lara.ng – Discovered: Oct 2019. I actually love this product….’beautiful tech product in Nigeria for travel navigation. Woow..really impressed.
Powerstove.com.ng – Discovered: Oct 2019. This stove charges your phone at the same time as cooking. Wow…
Iwaria.com – Discovered: Oct 2019
Foodlocker.com.ng – Discovered: Oct 2019
Autosave.com.ng – Discovered: Oct 2019
Otter.ai – Discovered March 2020
This app promises to transcribe your recordings whether in real time or not. I have to check it out at some point soon. There’s a free offer for individuals at the moment. 600 minutes of free transcription? And artificial intelligence too? Hmm…interesting. If it can transcribe with minimal errors then I am soooo cool.