What's your first ever JV like?

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Ok guys, simple question, what was you very first JV
online about and how much you made from it?

How did you go about getting it?

My first JV I made $200 and that was selling an
ebook with a lot of downloads of other ebooks...

That was way back in 2002 or 2003 I believe...

I sent out a couple emails one person answered
I gave him 50 or 60% and that was my first JV
man it seems like a lifetime ago...

#internet marketing
  • Profile picture of the author VegasVince
    Great nostalgic op....


    A bar in Toledo...across from the depot.

    On a bar stool she took off her ring....while her four hungry children and the crops in the field waited for the payoff.

    And we JV'd a deal that night with "the gambler" Kenny Rogers (yeah that Kenny Rogers) and his boy Ken Kragen......and started up the chicken franchise....Kenny Rogers Roasters.

    Yep...Vegas Vinnie might be a joke to most...but he's had his hands in a few good ventures over the years...and that was some damn good roasted chicken, warriors.

    xxx Vegas Vince

    I slept with Ruby before Kenny took his gun and put her in the ground. xxx
    • Profile picture of the author jhongren
      My very first JV was with Reed Floren and I gave him 70% commission. It was just 2 months ago when he wanted to help me with my product launch.

      It was an eye opener and an open doorway to more JV partners.

      All thanks to these people who have helped me alot.


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