Last Updated on May 31, 2022 by Rovamedia

There used to be times when you needed to have the skill or expertise of coding for you to build your product, website, and software. The 21st century has evolved, and we have witnessed innovation in the tech ecosystem leading to no-code tools being desired.

But what are no-code tools?

No-code Tech answers:

A No-Code tool is a piece of software that allows non-technical users to create their own software or apps, usually with a visual interface, a place to store information, and the ability to create logical decisions. 

Often, No-Code tools use drag and drop interfaces, similar to design tools like Photoshop or Figma. No-Code tools are specifically designed to be used with no understanding of code and as a result, are different from Low-Code tools.

You may ask; what’s the scale of no-code tools?

No-Code platforms routinely handle tens of millions of users, have security experts working on their safety full-time, and handle countless rows of data.

You can likely run your No-Code business forever, but if you do choose to move to traditional code, choosing the right tool and implementation will help you move your data across.

You’ll be surprised at how many 7 and 8-figure businesses have scaled without code!

I’ve done $2M in income in 2.5 years as a solopreneur.

And I didn’t write a single line of code.

My 14 “must use” no-code tools includes:

1. Carrd

@carrd is the fastest and easiest way to build websites.

It’s great for personal sites or standing up landing pages quickly.

I presell any idea by whipping up a quick landing page on Carrd.

2. Gumroad

For digital products, nothing is easier and faster than

I can think of a product/service and have it fully embedded on my Carrd landing page in less than 10 minutes.

This lets me start pre-selling fast to get the validation I need to continue.

3. Canva

@canva has made me into my own personal graphic designer.

Whether it’s Twitter banners, icons, logos, landing page graphics, or Instagram posts, you name it.

Canva makes it as easy as drag-and-drop to start designing.

4. Outseta

Thinking about launching a community or SaaS product?

@outseta is your tool.

CRM, payments, subscriptions, email automation, gated content, segmentation, etc…

Outseta is loaded with great features and functionality at an extremely fair price.

5. AirTable

@airtable keeps my entire advising business thriving and organized.

Collecting information through forms, automating email triggers, building Kanban charts, and collaborating with my wife are just some of the things I love doing to manage my business.

6. Calendly

@Calendly cuts all of the time-consuming back and forth when scheduling.

For anything that requires scheduling a meeting, a simple Calendly embed works wonders.

I also drop it on my website for paid coaching calls.

7. Fathom Analytics

Looking at Google Analytics can be confusing for some folks.

@usefathom is simple, privacy-first, cookie-free, and GDPR compliant.

Plus, I know exactly what is impacting my website traffic with just a glance.

Great service.

8. Loom

@loom is my favorite tool for:

  • Creating video process docs
  • Building out my online courses
  • Doing video walkthroughs for my community
  • Teaching someone how a piece of software works

Simple, easy to install, and tracks visitor/watcher analytics.


Strong testimonials are a great way to improve conversion.

Nothing makes it easier and more impactful than

I embed it in my course, and users can leave video/text testimonials that automatically appear on my landing pages.

10. HypeFury

@yannickveys added new features that have recently turned it from good to “I can’t live without this”.

I schedule Tweets, craft threads, auto-plug my newsletter, auto-retweet, run sales, etc.

It does everything for the daily content writer.

A must-buy.

11. Typeshare

I write a weekly newsletter called, The Saturday Solopreneur.

As much short-form content as I write, I struggled with long-form.

Until I purchased @typeshare_co

Now, I open it up, pick a template, and write my newsletter in less than 30 minutes.


12. Notion

@NotionHQ is basically the master hub for my whole life.

In Notion I:

  • Host my roadmap
  • Manage my to-do list
  • Write all of my content
  • Store my process docs
  • And much more…

And I’m still learning how to use it most effectively.

13. BlackMagic

I’ve been using @blackmagic_so to manage my entire Twitter world.

  • Powerful Real-Time Analytics
  • Personal Twitter CRM
  • Reminders & notes
  • Audience insights

It gives me an inside look at what works, what doesn’t, and why.

14. Zapier

No list would be complete without @zapier.

One tool never made me feel like the whole world of technology is at my fingertips.

From building simple pass-through Zaps to complex, multi-step Zaps, Zapier makes anything possible by combining technologies.

That’s a wrap!

14 of my must-use no-code tools for creators.

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