joint venture marketing
I get questions every day about joint venture marketing and partnership deals and how to navigate the often times uncertain playing field. So if the subject of joint venture marketing has you confused, annoyed, perplexed, or simply lost as to the best way to get started and profit from partnership deal, you’re not alone.
As a thank you to you, I want to answer any question that you can possibly think about that is related to joint venture marketing or doing partnership deals.
Why am I doing this? Because I know getting started with your first deal, gaining momentum, getting all the pieces together before proposing a deal can be overwhelming and uncertain. You know what they say, “You only get one time to make an impression” (positive or negative) well, this is very true when proposing a deal to a potential partner.
You reap the benefits of co-creation…
Keep reading because in the true spirit of partnership deals, you’ll not only get your question answered, but I’ll give you the answers to dozens of other questions that I get from other people on my list. This is a true partnership optimization technique. To make a partnership deal beneficial to all parties involved and create a win-win for each partner, you must “give-to-get”. By contributing, you’ll get the added benefit of dozens of other peoples perspective and answers to questions you wouldn’t have thought of on your own.
I’m not asking for anything in return for answering your question. I’m not going to try to upsell you into any type of program or product. This is 100% gratis to you! This is simply my way of saying thank you for staying on my list, opening my e-mails, and taking the time to understand and realize the powerful, underutilized profit potential of doing joint venture partnership deals.
Simply click on the link below, and type in your question. I’ll either answer your question and email back to you or I’ll setup a webinar we’re I’ll answer the live for you. I’ll answer any question you have related to joint venture marketing and doing partnership deals.
I know it’s the middle of the holiday season, so I’ll answer your questions next week, after New Years.
Here are some ideas or suggestions of things that you might want to ask me.
1. Where do I start?
2. How do I propose a deal?
3. What should I offer?
4. What’s the best way for a beginner to get their first deal?
5. How much should I charge?
6. I’m new to deal making with no experience so how do I gain a partners trust?
7. How do I get new clients starting within the next 24 hours?
8. I don’t have a product or service, can I still make money as a deal maker?
9. How do I find a good, ethical partner that won’t rip me off?
10. How do I track the money when I do a deal?
11. How can I use the Internet to find people and companies looking to partner with?
To mutually beneficial deal making,