Tiffany Lambert Info Products

PLR Mini Mart – This isn’t a course, but a store where you can buy content for $1 per page. I sell some of these courses in my PLR store, too – so you can buy the product and have the right to sell it yourself!)

How to Use Your PLR Challenge – This is a course that teaches you how to put to use all of the private label rights that you purchase over time.

Kindle Pre-Made Plot Challenge – Want to try fiction writing but don’t feel comfortable coming up with a plot? Work with an existing one. This challenge teaches you how to do that.

2 Week Social Networking Challenge – A course that teaches you how to be productive on social networking sites, increase engagement and not get sucked into a time drain.

Amazon Affiliate Challenge – learn how to start making money as an Amazon Associate.

Kindle Fiction Challenge – This one has you creating from scratch, but don’t worry – I walk you through it!

PLR Launch Challenge – learn how to create and launch your own PLR pack to sell to other marketers.

Blogging and List Building Challenge – this is a combo challenge where you blog in order to build your list.

Writing Productivity Challenge – for non fiction marketers who are blogging, creating products, building a list and more and need to get better and faster at content creation.

2 Week Video Blogging Challenge – get out of your comfort zone and let me help you learn how to be a video blogger.

How to Host a Challenge – this one teaches you how to do what I do in terms of creating challenges for people to purchase and participate in.

PLR Articles By Tiffany Lambert:
Private Label Rights can be the answer to your quest for higher profits using quick and easy content. On the right, you'll find PLR in packs of 5 pages or larger of individual articles, short reports, blog posts, affiliate reviews, and even full sized eBooks!

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Create the Connection Your Audience Craves
Hi everyone! Today's lesson is going to be about getting the right domain. I see people blowing hundreds of dollars on domains, getting quirky, ridiculous domains and making huge mistakes.
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