How do you react to Jv requests?

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Do you reply to the PMs you get, Jv requests?

If lets say i Pmed you requesting to promote my product or for Jv, Which type of offer would you be Really interested to?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
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    A PLR offer, but I'm not sure if that's what you meant.
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  • Profile picture of the author MuhamadEdisonA
    Mostly many people like 100% commision (Me also). I'm happy if anybody have an offer like this one. It can attract people to be your JV Partner if you really want to buil your list

    Don'r make profit on the front, but make profit in the back end

    Another tips for you..
    1. Give your JV Partner free your product to get really testimonial from them and attract them
    2. Make JV contest

    -Edison
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    • Profile picture of the author mauifitz
      I am not looking for a JV, but I could use some help in locating the best people to help me launch my Forex code. I have been a full-time trader living on Maui for the past 20 years which is from the beginning of online Forex trading. The good news is I have done very well at Forex, but the bad news is I missed the internet marketing revolution. So I know nothing about how to build web pages, email campaigns, video presentations, recurring payments, etc., etc. My code has 20 money making years of success and it is digitally delivered. If you can help, that would be great. If not, maybe you could let others know of my requirements.
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  • Profile picture of the author authentic11
    Hi Dark,

    In determining which offers to work with, we use & recommend to our clients the following criteria:-

    1. Total Sales: Total sales is simply how many times that product has been sold. When looking at total sales, you want to make sure it has been sold at least 100 times. If it has been sold 100+ times, the next thing you want to look at is the EPC.

    2. EPC: This stands for Earnings Per Click, which basically means how much (on average) each click to the sales page will be worth for you. For example, let’s say a product has an EPC of 60 cents. That means once we send 100 visitors to that sales page, we should make about $60.00. When looking at EPC, we never promote anything that is lower than 60 cents. In fact, we try to keep it around $1.00 or more. That might sound pretty high, but there are a lot of products out there that have an EPC of $1.00 or more.

    3. Refund Rate: You want to only promote products that have a 5% or less refund rate. Other than the money you will be losing when a customer requests a refund, the refund rate is a good indicator of the quality of the product and you want to make sure you are only promoting quality products or else you are going to lose trust with people very quickly and they will stop buying from you. we have noticed that when the refund rate is 5% or below, that typically means it’s a pretty solid product that you can feel comfortable promoting.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Most of the PM requests for JV's or super affiliate requests i ignore. I have my own successful business. Why would i go and stop building up my business, and start building up your business? Especially if i don't get any backend revenue either?

    The JV offer would have to be pretty tempting for me to say "yes" to.
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  • If the product is good, and the commissions are good, then I will promote if my calander is open.
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    • Profile picture of the author mauifitz
      I am not looking for a JV, but I could use some help in locating the best people to help me launch my Forex code. I have been a full-time trader living on Maui for the past 20 years which is from the beginning of online Forex trading. The good news is I have done very well at Forex, but the bad news is I missed the internet marketing revolution. So I know nothing about how to build web pages, email campaigns, video presentations, recurring payments, etc., etc. My code has 20 money making years of success and it is digitally delivered. If you can help, that would be great. If not, maybe you could let others know of my requirements.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ian McMullan
    Originally Posted by DarkHorse17 View Post

    Do you reply to the PMs you get, Jv requests?

    If lets say i Pmed you requesting to promote my product or for Jv, Which type of offer would you be Really interested to?

    Hi there

    I would be wary of someone contacting me out of the blue wanting a JV.
    First, the product would need to be something that would be of interest to my list or lists and not some rehashed PLR crap.

    Second, i would want to see that it had already sold well and I wasnt being used as a testing ground to see if something sells.

    Third, the JV would need to be 70/30 (70 to me ) as a minimum until a good relationship was built up.

    Cheers
    Ian
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Most such PMs are ignored.

    One way to get someone's attention, though, is to sell their stuff as an affiliate. You don't need to contact them first or anything - just sign up as a regular affiliate. Then show your marketing strength through the number of clicks, sales, etc. that you send. Send a PM from a super affiliate - they WILL know your name - and you might get somewhere.

    Another option that may be more difficult but it works in some cases is to send a package in the mail or Fed Ex explaining who you are and why it should matter.

    And one final way is to go to real life meetings or seminars and meet people in person.

    Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author Fonzan
    Gee, I see a JV request in a totally other way.
    My main business is being a Webinar host for experts in several niches.
    Not only Internet marketers but also successful amazon.com authors.
    To create a "4 week master course" out of their book made from 4 chapters.
    And sell this course for $497 to the authors twitter, Facebook email list by
    hosting a webinar to them.
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    Like, "How to sell affiliate products"
    http://dearfonz.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author jasondinner
    I've been contacted via PM a number of times for JVs or to review WSO's, but I've always at least politely declined.
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  • Profile picture of the author quadagon
    It's rare I'd consider a jv to be honest but on the few times I've done it I've always thoroughly researched the product. If I am promoting your product then this reflects on me and my business.

    If you are involved in duechy selling and marketing techniques with poor cs and a poor product I'm the one who is damaged all that time and money put into relationship s is gone. Its one of the reasons I hate 'launches'.

    So after seeing and approving your product then I'm going to test your sales funnel anonymously and see what your funnel is like.
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelinBoise
    Yes, Fonzan. This is the type of jv or strategic alliance I am familiar with. Used primarily by coaches, experts, authors, and others that provide information and/or expertise in personal or business development.

    Btw, I heard a good idea from a participant on Jeanna Gabellini's very cool Q and A on Joint Venture Partnerships (or strategic alliances) for online businesses, specifically coaches, experts, authors, and others that provide information and/or expertise in personal or business development. The participant asked if there was a Facebook Community so people could build relationships and collaborate on strategic alliances and Joint Venture Partnerships. There wasn't, so I put one up. It is called the Joint Venture Exchange. Everyone is welcome to join this free Facebook community.

    Here is the link:https://www.facebook.com/groups/jvprofitexchange/

    Not meant to replace this discussion thread or excellent, but expensive membership JV communities like Rich German and Milana Leshinsky's JV Insider Circle, but I hope it will become a good place for online start ups and other entrepreneurs looking for a free alternative to build relationships and foster joint venture arrangements/strategic alliances.

    For our purposes here, joint ventures are an agreement between two or more online businesses or entrepreneurs in complementary niches or who reach the same target audience and come up with ways to promote each other by creating win-win situations. Joint Ventures are a powerful strategy to grow business and there are lots of ways of forming partnerships or strategic alliances. It is all about adding value and helping each other out.

    There are lots of ways to form these joint ventures or strategic alliances:

    1. Cross- Promote. This is the most well known JV strategy where you cross promote each other, but if you don't have a big list and/or are new, you can add value by offering to do a free teleseminar/webinar or product in exchange for your partner promoting to their people and list.

    2.*Interview Each Other- You can interview each other for your blog, podcast or newsletter. This is an easy way to support each other.

    3.*Co-Host an Event*– Team up with a partner and co-host a teleseminar, webinar or workshop together. It is always easier and more fun to do something like this together by combining your expertise, ideas and resources.

    There are many other ways too.

    Here is the link again to this free fb community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/jvprofitexchange/

    I invite you to join, Fonzan and eveyone else that may be interested.
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Hi,

    Okay let's say that you're about to launch a product about list building
    for example.

    What you can do is look for past product creators who've released
    similar products to that and ask them if they would like to jump
    on board.

    That way at least you know there's a better chance that their lists will
    fit what you have to offer.

    I think that's what you were getting at right?

    If not then feel free to ignore.

    Best,

    Gavin
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by DarkHorse17 View Post

    Do you reply to the PMs you get, Jv requests?

    If lets say i Pmed you requesting to promote my product or for Jv, Which type of offer would you be Really interested to?
    It really depends on several variables like the product and how much it sells for and the profit margin, etc
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  • Profile picture of the author wasa1
    It would have to be a really good product to take my time away from what I am already working on and 100% would be a minimum. They can make there money on the back end.
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