Free Cheatsheet Lesson Using PLR

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Hi everyone! Great question came in. She asked, “Could you do an implementation or a tutorial or a mini challenge to help me and others like me take a plr article or even a set of related plr articles to create cheat and tip sheets?”

Wanna do a brainstorming session?

The answer is YES! I can. I will. I did! Here’s your free template download of the cheatsheet template I use in the video:

Cheatsheet Gift

And here’s the video tutorial – enjoy!

Tiff 😉

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22 Responses to Free Cheatsheet Lesson Using PLR

  1. Tasha says:

    Thanks for the cool template. It was really nice of you!

  2. Angela says:

    Wow, Tiff! You are an AMAZING teacher! You made ALL the lights go on in that video tutorial! And when I opened up the template, there it was, all clean and blank and formatted so I can just implement what you taught in the video. Even if I have to watch it minute by minute, over and over, until my first one is DONE!!!!

    And OF COURSE, you added your Tiff Tips on how to SELL it, as a two product funnel no less, so we can choose to NOT just give the dang thing away!!! SO we make MONEY… on stuff that’s been sitting and waiting and waiting and waiting for us (certainly ME) to USE… sometimes for yearrrrssss! 😉

    Thank you, Blessssss you and love you, Tiff. Always. I LOVE when the lights go ON!!!! 😉

  3. Suzanne says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial! I really appreciate it – it helps with implementation since I am such a visual learner. And another discount on your PLR? I. Must. Resist. LOLOL

  4. Rhonda says:

    Thank you so much for the cheat sheet template, Tiff!

  5. Thank you!! That was an awesome tutorial for someone (me) who was struggling to create a cheat sheet. Suddenly it all seems so simple. *Lightbulb moment*

  6. Roberta Hill says:

    Brilliant, Tiff. I wanted to go on record to publicly acknowledge how generous you are . . . not to mention your amazing expertise and teaching style. Oh and did I say stunning good looks. 🙂

  7. Joseph D. says:

    Hey, Tiffany.
    This video is so helpful to me. I learned a lot. Thanks for taking your time and recording it. Also, thanks for the template and coupon. 😉
    –Joe

  8. Edward says:

    Nice Tutorial there Tiffany! I really enjoyed your video lesson. One of these days I will be doing the cheat sheet method.

    All The Best!
    Your Fan
    Edward Haberthur

  9. Richard Syner says:

    Really great and useful post. Thanks for the template. I have been looking for a clean design and this is going to work well. Always enjoy learning from you Tiffany!

  10. Leigh says:

    Thanks for the template.

    Your video tutorial has inspired some new thinking.

    Leigh

  11. Carolyn Phillips says:

    Such a sweet lady you are, Tiff. You make it simple, and complete.
    Awesome job!

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