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Hi there!

How are you? It's a rainy start to March where I am, but I'm all fired up and working hard!

I've got a few of things that I think you might find useful today - yes, some of them free :-)  - so I'm just going to get straight into them...

1. Free template to help you monetize your reports

Have you ever written a short PDF, maybe as 'lead magnet' to encourage people onto you mailing list, and wondered where exactly to put the calls to action? I find it loads easier to structure any document if I've got an outline or template to work with, which is why I really like this free download from Alice Seba and Melody Spier:

It's based around PLR content (i.e. royalty-free content that you buy and then customize to make it your own), but it would work just as well for a report you'd written yourself.

If you'd like to know more about using PLR to speed up your content creation, Alice and Melody mention their course PLR To Profits at the bottom of the page I've linked to, above. They've given me a coupon code so you can save $30 on that course, but it expires tonight.

Here's the coupon code: SAVINGSFROMHELEN

2. New blog and tutorials at Totally PLR

One of the things I've been working on is adding some content to my new site. At the moment I'm responding to the questions I'm getting on PLR, but I intend to broaden it out to include some more general content marketing tips and advice before too long. If you haven't had a chance to look yet, there are some video editing tutorials here and I've started a new blog here.

3. How to get professional graphics without it costing an arm and a leg

One of the big changes that's happened since I started out online in 2009 is the constant need for images. It feels like you need them for EVERYTHING! Buttons, banners, blog posts, social media images, social media covers... you name it, you need a graphic.

If you don't want to be splashing out for custom-made graphics every time, but you're not a natural born graphic designer either, you might want to take a look at this huge graphics pack: 

You can use the graphics 'straight out of the box' or edit them to suit your own projects.

That's about all for now!


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