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Joint Ventures, Whats The Advantages?

Updated on December 14, 2011

Advantages Of Joint Ventures

Benefits of Joint Ventures

Let's imagine a situation where we have two Internet marketers who know each other. One has a great product that will sell very well but he has no mailing list, no affiliates, nothing. The other is a great marketer with tens of thousands of subscribers in his mailing list, but the problem is he has nothing to sell to them. The very obvious solution here is to give the product to the great marketer with lots of contacts, and split the profits between them. This, my friend, is the very essence of Joint Ventures.

Joint Venture Marketing can dramatically boost your profits and even add thousads of subscribers to your newsletter or opt in list. In No Time.

What you need to do is learn and understand 3 basic FACTS of Exactly how to "find and lure" joint venture

partners who already have...

  • HUGE opt-in email lists

  • TONS of traffic and

  • INFLUENCE over prospects in your target market

Joint venture partners can "literally" sell thousands of dollars worth of your products and services every month and even build your opt-in email list by 1000's weekly. Finding and keeping as many possible Joint ventures Running ( I Try to keep at Least 2 JV's A week going). I Setup this Site to try to find ways to keep all the best Joint venturs Listed and available To Help Everyone Grow They're Online Buisness's. Growing Email list's That Buy Your Products too over 100,000 Double Opted Subscribers Who want to see your products AND BUY THEM if they need them.

Bottom Line.

Sales is a numbers game, ask any car salesman,vaccuum salesman, door to door, etc... They Will agree. The More people you offer your Product/ Service too the more prople BUY your Product/Service.

As more and more people start their own home based businesses online, the market is going to get more and more saturated and the competition will grow fiercer by the minute. The fastest, most effective and easiest way to build your own online business empire is through joint ventures. That is, join forces with other marketers to sell your product.

When you joint venture with another marketer, you can ask him (or her) to send an endorsement of your product to his existing mailing list, so you do not need to worry about collecting subscribers from scratch. You already have an easily accessible target market. The trick is to find the right marketer whose subscribers will be interested in your product. Once you achieve that, you won't even have to worry about generating traffic to your salesletter or finding affiliates to promote your product. All of that is already done for you.

When you joint venture with a solid player in the field, your perceived value and reputation will instantly increase because if this well-known person in the field is willing to work with you as a team, you must have some substance! Hence, when you manage to hook up a joint venture with someone who's a “regular player” in your niche market, your status will instantly change from “total newbie” to “guru status” overnight!

Last but definitely not least, you will get a chance to build a lasting relationship with a big figure in your niche market, and that alone will worth more than the profits you pull in over that single Joint Venture. When you have a dominant figure in the market as your friend, you will gain a lot of privileges and perks that no newbie like you could ever get their hands on – for example new insights into interesting product ideas and marketing strategies. You can't even buy that for hard cash!

So, start looking up a potential Joint Venture partner and try your best to convince him or her to strike up a deal with you!

I used Small Numbers to keep the picture Within Website Tolerances.  But As You Can See Joint ventures Really Matter In Online Business.
I used Small Numbers to keep the picture Within Website Tolerances. But As You Can See Joint ventures Really Matter In Online Business.

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      Stephen Gooch 6 years ago from Kansas

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