Register Blogs Advertise with usHelp Desk Today's Posts Search

Rate this Entry

Warrior Forum JV Lessons Learned

Submit "Warrior Forum JV Lessons Learned" to Facebook
Posted 10th August 2012 at 10:44 PM by MoneyMeek

For several years, I have worked as a freelance consultant, creating products, writing copy, and creating sales pages for clients, primarily related to Internet Marketing.

It was not until 2010 that I did my first joint venture, but at the time, I did not know it was a joint venture. A well known affiliate marketing guru hired me to ghostwrite his entire 130 page eBook and "paid me" a royalty on every unit sold. To my surprise, it was incredibly successful and this became my preferred form of payment.

I never actively sought JV relationships, until recently. I posted an ad on WF asking for JV partners. Mainly, I was looking for people who would handle customer service for my WSOs to JV with. Customer service is time consuming and takes away from product creation. Secondly, I was looking for JVs with demonstrated lists.

As the product creator, I knowingly assumed all the risk. It ended up that I got shafted by a few people. With others I formed great relationships and will continue to work with them.

With a few people I sent them complete products, and then they never released the product, at least to my knowledge. Others were so terrible with costumer service that it would have been better if I released the product myself.

In hindsight, I will simply hire people to handle customer service and only JV with people who have lists, releasing products myself.

I still think JVs are one of the MAIN keys to success in IM, that and outsourcing!
Posted in Uncategorized
Views 731 Comments 0
Total Comments 0



All times are GMT -6. The time now is 10:00 PM.