Jenn here from Health & Wellness PLR. Today, I want to talk to you about using cheat sheets, specifically when you buy cheat sheets as PLR – or prewritten content. These cheat sheets come with private label rights, allowing you to customize them with your own information, but keep you from having to create them from scratch.
Keep reading to find out what cheat sheets are and how to use them for your blog. I also have some awesome ones for you if you are interested in adding content about natural skincare.
What is a Cheat Sheet?
Cheat sheets are essentially fact sheets that provide brief, summarized information of the topic. They become an easy reference for anyone that just wants to look up basic info about a topic without actually reading through a long article or report.
I like to think of them as a bigger version of an infographic – they are very similar, except cheat sheets are usually a page or so long as a document, while infographics are smaller and for visual purposes.
5 Ways to Use Cheat Sheets – How to Use PLR Cheat Sheets to Earn More Money From Your Blog
I highly recommend buying cheat sheets as PLR whenever you can. These provide good templates to start with and all the essential information, but they are always editable, so you can add in your own customization, change the wording, and add your own logos or graphics.
Here are my 5 tips for using PLR cheat sheets:
Tip #1: Use Them as a Free Opt-in Gift – Everyone wants more subscribers, right? You can create a new opt-in page on your blog or site that uses the cheat sheet as incentive. Give it away for free when they sign up for your list.
Tip #2: Give it Away to Your List – If you want to tell your current subscribers about the new content you have on your blog, whether it is a series of blog posts about skincare, or you want to send them to your report or eBook opt-in page, you can give the cheat sheet (s) away as content upgrade.
This gets them to open up your email, and become more interested in the topic.
Tip #3: Create Infographics for Social Media – When you buy cheat sheets that are less than a page long (like the skin condition fact sheets here), they are perfect for converting into infographics.
Once they are turned into graphics, you can then share them on social media, and have them linking to your landing or opt-in pages, or just blog posts about natural skincare products you are trying to promote.
Tip #4: Add Them to eBooks or Reports – Do you want to customize the natural skincare reports or eBooks you just purchased? You can insert one or multiple cheat sheets into this content to make it more unique and increase the length.
I think the skin condition cheat sheets I have in my skincare upgrade PLR package would be perfect for this. You could use each one as a chapter image, since there are 5 chapters in the eBook about these skin conditions.
Tip #5: Promote Products with the Cheat Sheets – Regardless of which method you choose, don’t forget to customize the cheat sheets with your own information, and add affiliate links.
Each one of them mentions products, especially with the first cheat sheet you get (see it here), where you can link to the products mentioned and get some affiliate sales while also providing a valuable resource.
My Natural Skincare Cheat Sheets – All Ready For You to Customize!
In my most recent PLR package, Natural Skincare PLR Special, I have 1 cheat sheet created in the main prewritten content package, with another 5 in the upgrade offer. Here is a preview of these cheat sheets so you get an idea of what they look like:
Choosing Natural Skincare Products – This is the cheat sheet I created for the main product here. This entire PLR package is all about switching to more natural, toxic-free products for skincare and beauty, so I put together a super handy cheat sheet that covers the following:
Toxic Ingredients to Avoid
Derivatives and Preservatives
Natural Skincare Products
Drugstore Natural Skincare Brands
Skin Condition Fact Sheets – Then for the upgrade here, which is about chronic and common skin conditions, I included 5 fact sheets about each skin condition I covered, which are rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, acne, and seborrheic dermatitis. These have the following sections:
What the Skin Condition is
The Risk Factors
What it Looks Like
How to Manage it
I hope this helped you understand prewritten cheat sheets a little better! They are a great tool for earning more from your blog, whether you are selling content packages, getting more subscribers, or promoting products with them.