The advanced videos for Streamyard PLR are now complete and I am targeting Thursday for the public release when you can get them and use them. In the advance course, I cover longer multi-step and more complicated processes dealing with automation and monetization.  Here is what is covered in the 55-minute advanced course: 
1.) Operating Streamyard as mobile only
2.) Creating an opt-in page for your Streamyard product
3.) Creating a registration for your Streamyard event
4.) Creating a paid event on Streamyard
5.) Streamyard events into paid Facebook group
6.) Streamyard events into a paid membership platform
7.) Using Eventbrite and Meetup with Streamyard to get more exposure  

You’ll note the course is progressive and each video builds on the previous one.  The entire advanced course builds on the basic course.  In effect, your customers can’t use what’s in the advanced course without the 20 video, 45-minute basic course information. Naturally, I will be releasing the Streamyard PLR videos and marketing materials first to Ultimate Insiders before the public release and will add it to the March 2021 Content Folder (even though it is technically April). The next April title for Insiders will be Gumroad. Go here to get signed up as an Ultimate Insider: 

Go here to get our most recent kit that you can use to create your own over the shoulder videos on Canva here.  Note, these products are 30% off for Ultimate Insiders in the Member Download Area: 

Go here to see our most recent PLR training where we addressed how you should buy PLR.  You can start watching at the 8:13 mark, if you want to see that specific topic addressed:

Last of Tiffany’s Limited Series on Content and Copy 

Tiffany released the last of her limited series on content and copy.  For this one, I have taken the link to my group page and just directed it straight to this offer. She limits these to 50 and as of my sending this, there looks to be 25+ sold.   So, go here to get it:

P.S. If you have comments in some of the training you see on YouTube, the easiest way for me to address them is to place them there.