The Content Creation Collection Toolbox has arrived!

April Lemarr’s Content Creation Collection Toolbox is finally live!

You’ll want to check this Toolbox out if you’re struggling with content creation, would like to learn how to create your own content, or just want TONS of new low content products (content, planners, puzzles, activity kits, etc).

There are 56 different products that you’re going to get in the Toolbox all for $39.95.

That’s 56 premium products with a total value of $2,056 for as little as $0.75 a piece! 

If you buy the bundle through my link, I will also include a $40.00 coupon for anything at ColorMyAgenda

You get the bundle for $39.95 and a $40 gift card from me as a bonus for anything you want.

In order to receive the $40 bonus, you must buy through THIS LINK and email me your receipt. 

Here’s a list of products and product creators:

  • Digital Biz eCourse, Amber Louise at Lady Boss Nomad ($47.00 Value)
  • 5 for WordPress Done-For-You Content, Courtney Chowning from Brandable Tech($30 Value)
  • Content Creation Collection Sample Pack – Volume 2, Trish Lindemood from Kitchen Bloggers ($39.95 Value)
  • Product Creation Master Pack, Susan Palmquist from Budget Smart Girl ($27 Value)
  • Deluxe Undated Weekly Planner, Becky Beach from PLR Beach ($37 Value)
  • Self Coach Your Way Through Problems Done-for-You Content, Gabby Conde at A Cup of Zen ($47 Value)
  • Student Academic Planner Template, Carmen Chan at Simply Couture Designs ($37 Value)
  • Homestead Binder, Michelle Farmerat PLR Niche Shop ($24 Value)
  • Pinterest Gift Guide Templates, Emily Owen at Easy Blog Emily($15 Value)
  • 3-Day eBizTraining, Connie Ragen Green at ConnieRagenGreen.com ($29.99 Value)
  • The Blog Income Toolkit, Lidiya Kesarovska at Let’s Reach Success ($67 Value)
  • Low Content Creation Machine, Ken Bluttman at Think Digital Publishing ($67 Value)
  • Fill In The Blanks Templates, Cecilie Aslaksen at Momma Making Money at Home ($47 Value)
  • Autumn Activity Kit for Kids, Lynn Webb at Planner Creators PLR ($27 Value)
  • Gratitude Quote Images & More PLR, Tara Alexandra at Tarakachaturoff.com ($37 Value)
  • Biz Kit Canva Templates, Vicki Patton at Build Your Best Year ($45 Value)
  • 18 Content Creation and Management Checklists (for Personal Use), Kerrie Mullins-Gunst at Best Business Now ($27 Value)
  • Self-Improvement Procrastination, Confidence and Gratitude PLR, Garry Baker at 30MinutePLR.com ($37 Value)
  • Blog Content Planner, Mariama Balde at Hello Powerhouse ($37.00 Value)
  • LinkedIn Planner (personal use), Wendy LugoSantiago at Digital Marketing Lseg ($19 Value)
  • 52 Week Motivation Gratitude Journal w/ PLR, Angela Hobbs at Color My Agenda ($24.95 Value)
  • Clary Sage Essential Oil Coloring Pages, Lady Rayven Monique at Color Monthly ($34.5 Value)
  • 45 Ways to Transform Content Into Info Products, Charlene Burke at Search By Burke ($21 Value)
  • 120 Sudoku Puzzles Collection, Stephanie Hansen at Dazzling Digitals Co ($27 Value)
  • IM Success Habits Action Taker Software EOS, Joan Altres at WorkSmarter.tv ($27 Value)
  • Meal Planner Templates-Affinity or InDesign, Catherine Beebeat Content Accelerators ($17 Value)
  • Health and Lifestyle PLR Package, Jennifer Andersen at Health & Wellness PLR ($190 Value)
  • Bonus Boost, Amy Harrop at AmyHarrop.com ($27.00 Value)
  • The Ultimate Guide to Instagram Growth in 2020, Monique Solomon at Blog With Mo ($19 Value)
  • 30 Mandalas, 30 Activites, 30 Party Pack Pages, Edith Hignutt at Lc PLR ($47 Value)
  • Blogging Content & Lead Magnet Bundle, Susan Osborne at Fresh Scribes contributed ($37.00 Value)
  • Copyright Notice Template + Bonuses, Lucrezia Iapichino at Blogging For New Bloggers ($27 Value)
  • My Creative Purpose Digital Journal Planner Workbook, Helen Ross at It’s Custom Made ($37 Value)
  • Positivity Content Bundle (PLR), Paris Law at ParisLaw.com ($27 Value)
  • Printable Home Quotes Wall Art (PLR), Mitzy Thompson at Busy Been Content ($27.00 Value)
  • How to Repurpose Your Blog Posts for Maximum Impact, Anne Elizabeth Perez at AnneElizabethPerez.com ($27 Value)
  • Content Brainstorm Book, Amy Smereck at FruitfulFreelancing ($20 Value)
  • Pinterest Pin Canva Templates: Perfect for promoting your lead magnet/freebie on your Pins! Marissa Abao at MarissaAbao.com ($27 Value)
  • Fall Themed Pinterest Templates, Lori Winslow at LoriWinslowOnline.com ($27 Value)
  • Free PLR Article Pack, Norma Allen Esler at Home Free Media ($17 Value)
  • 2021 Line Art Weekly Planner – Dated and Illustrated, Ana Tarouca at My Fair Ladies Printables Boutique ($27.00 Value)
  • Lemon Fresh 2020-2021 18-month Calendar, Marie Di at Nest Egg Publishing ($27 Value)
  • Supercharge Your Blog: 10 Ways to Get All the Traffic You Need, Jan Small at Simple Happiness.biz ($27 Value)
  • Affiliate Beginner’s Challenge, Kelly McCausey at Love People Make Money ($47 Value)
  • Embrace Optimism – Quotes & Images, Cheryl A Major at Thin Strong Healthy ($17 Value)
  • 2021 DATED Digital Planner – with FULL PLR, Melody Wigdahahl at PLRoftheMonth.Club ($37 Value)
  • Freestyle Author: Email Starter Kit, Teresa Miller at Freestyle Author ($17 Value)
  • Weekly Planner Undated, Sue Fleckenstein at Createful Journals ($22.00 Value)
  • One-Minute Journal with PLR, Maria Silvo at Artsy Challenge ($37 Value)
  • 2021 Watercolor Planner Kit, Ruth Bowers at RichieMedia.ca ($27 Value)
  • Happy Halloween Template Pack with Covers, Shawn Hansen at Quick & Easy Creative Content ($47 Value)
  • Original Content Ideas On-Demand – A Learn & Implement Workshop, Judit Mueller-Kiss at JuditMuellerKiss.com ($97 Value)
  • 5 Evergreen Done-For-You Content Bundles, April Lemarr at Niche Starter Packs ($145 Value)

Here again is MY LINK to the Content Creation Collection Toolbox. Don’t forget to email me your receipt!

 

Teaching Classes Online

Hello my friends,
Today I have a little freebie for you I made up due to having several teachers as friends.
I had been hearing a few mention concerns about how they were going to conduct their classes online, afraid their students would just tune them out etc. While I don’t know if that is true, and I suppose it depends on the teacher themselves, I can not help with the teaching aspect, although I may be able to provide some tips to those of you who have no idea where to start.

While many of you do not have the tools for things like group chat, or on screen chat, there are some ways you can create lessons, lectures, or other forms of lessons for free online. One of those being Podcasts. There are several services online that will allow you to create podcasts, some even provide a webpage for you to invite listeners to interact with the podcast through live chat. Try searching google for “create a free podcast”.

Other ways of course, are the use of PDF’s, essentially these are digital books. They can be read online, or downloaded to your pc, and read, or printed out into a physical book or binder. Most of these tools are already in your computer as standard tools. Powerpoint where you can create numberous charts and presentations, and Adobe Reader to create PDF’s for your students to download and print. You really don’t need much more, even if you are an artist, as Powerpoint has pretty much everything you need. No fancy expensive graphic or art program needed.

As far as handing in homework assignments etc… the freebie I have included, has forms for email addresses, website addresses and passwords, to-do lists, and a few more for you to use, and you can always think up your own. Finished assignments can be emailed as PDF’s, text or wordpad items, containing each students completed assignments. There would be no excuse for not knowing where to email it as I have provided forms for them to fill out with the given info. Just print it out or save it to your desktop and it’s always there. Also, another suggestion is for you, as the teacher, to save the PDF I am providing as JPGS (you can convert them at https://www.online-convert.com if you need to, and add the jpgs to a Powerpoint file, type in the pertinant addresses, websites, and email addresses they need, turn that into another printable PDF, and wallah, they don’t even have to write those in themselves, you have provided it for them.

I could even suggest creating a free forum as a gathering place for teachers and students. One that comes to mind is forumotion.com (do NOT pay for it if you plan to make it temporary or secondary, there is no need, it is full featured enough as free, and by law they provide a secure SSL lock to make the forum secure)

I am sure many of you already know or have thought of on your own, some of the suggestions I have made, but I was surprised at the amount of educators I knew that seemed lost as to how to proceed now. Good luck to all of you, and if I can provide any further tips, I will, and please don’t hesitate to ask me questions also!

Here is your gift.
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