Using Checklists and Cheat Sheets as Opt In Gifts - Doable 6 - Piggy Makes Bank

Using Checklists and Cheat Sheets as Opt In Gifts – Doable 6

Doable 6 - Checklists and Cheat Sheets as Free Giveaways

Using Checklists and Cheat Sheets as Opt In Gifts – Doable 6

Today is day 6 on our ‘Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables' Blog Tour. Yesterday's doable was about using ebooks and reports as free giveaways. You gain access to an hour webinar on creating your opt in using PLR in that post.  If you missed it I would definitely go back and check it out. A full list of the blogs we have already visited can be found at the Blog Tour Information Page.

Thank you Tracy Roberts and Suzanne Myers for hosting us today. It is great to be here!

On this blog tour you can learn some neat tricks about list building and win great prizes. Discover all the ways to enter at the bottom of this post.

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This blog tour is to celebrate the launch of our latest book ‘Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables‘.  If you grab the book while the blog tour is on, you receive access to some great extra bonuses – make sure you visit the launch page to get yours!

Have an amazing day!

Stacey Myers

www.StaceyMyers.com

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Checklists are quite an easy way to create an opt in.  People love to know exactly what they need to be doing and to be able to cross it off as they go. You can make a checklist in Word, or something similar, and then save it as a PDF. That way you don’t have to worry about compatibility of programs and it is easy to download or print. An introduction to a topic with a checklist or cheat sheet is a quick way to put an opt in gift together.

We looked in a previous doable at PLR (Private Label Rights).  PLR is also a great option here.  I recently purchased a PLR package on Instagram marketing.  One of the main reasons I bought it was that it had a checklist and a mind map to help people know what to focus on. The whole package cost me $9, and that included a lot more than just the checklist.  It would have taken me a lot longer than $9 worth of my time to put that together.

Here is an example of a few checklists that Tracy and Suzanne have put together. They are daily checklists for content creation and keyword research.

ChecklistsHere is a checklist that I provided in a program on using Google Hangouts.  It is a Hangout on Air checklist.  As you can see in all of these checklists, there isn't a lot of content to put together, especially when you are familiar with the topics you are talking about.

You could create a checklist for any number of things:

  • Social media checklist – what to do each day on any of the platforms.

  • Cheat Sheet – steps to take to gain more exposure for your blog.

  • Checklist for spring cleaning your house.

  • Checklist for planning a wedding or a party.

The options for checklists are practically endless.

What have you created or used checklists/cheat sheets for?  Comment below – remember you gain extra entries in the contest for blog comments.

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Susie - April 5, 2015

Great idea! I have some checklists I can use. 🙂

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    Stacey Myers - April 28, 2015

    And they are so easy to put together! You should definitely use them for some free giveaways!

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Tina - April 5, 2015

I love using checklist as a guide to doing things so I can see how it would be extremely beneficial to others! Great tips for growing your lists!

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    Stacey Myers - April 28, 2015

    People like to be able to tick things off so they feel like they are accomplishing something.

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Stacey Myers - April 5, 2015

Thanks so much for hosting us along the blog tour!!

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Louise Myers - April 6, 2015

I love checklists, and have been thinking of putting one together as a freebie! So many options, so little time 😉 But it’s definitely something people find attractive.

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    Stacey Myers - April 28, 2015

    Yes and they are surprisingly quick to put together.

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Shannon Smith - April 6, 2015

Great post! I’ve used checklists for personal stuff as well as business. Checklists are great for trips! I also have one for cleaning my house. In business, I have one for WordPress setup and design as well as some other design and project creations.

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    Stacey Myers - April 28, 2015

    Definitely you can use checklists everywhere. I mostly think of them for business, but you are correct – you can use them for anything.

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