1st Fiverr Launch! How do I find JVs?

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Hi guys,

I originally joined the warrior forum after buying a course on internet marketing for email marketing. I struggled and struggled and so I began to get involved here. I then hit hard times financially and found a forum about how to make money when you're desperate. I have been making money on fiverr all because of warrior forum...honestly. For that I am truly greatful for you guys and everyone's knowledge...

Ok enough of my rant. I've been able to help a few people from hiccups in IM and now I'm teaching a few things that I learned in my success with fiverr with my first product Being that this is my first launch, how do you find people to jv with for your launches?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nonilol
    I dont really get it. What are you launching? A "How to make money on fiverr" ebook?
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    • Profile picture of the author Freedom4rmUrJob
      Originally Posted by Nonilol View Post

      I dont really get it. What are you launching? A "How to make money on fiverr" ebook?
      It's a video course and not an ebook and yes its something that will help newbies make money on fiverr.

      This was also jusjt a chance to give a shout out to anyone who reads this that I've interacted with in the past on the forums. I'm making a product that wouldn't have been possible if I didn't get certain advice from here. I had to get another job to pay bills and my lights got shut off.

      I read a thread and started making money after getting advice. I replaced my part time job and now trying to replace the fulltime job. Hopefully it all makes sense now...
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  • Profile picture of the author sogeshirts
    Connect with people on muncheye.com or warriorjv.com. You'll have to give potential affiliates a review copy , and they will decide if the product is good enough to differentiate from all the other fiverr products on the market. There are some very good fiverr courses, so you have tons of competition.
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    • Profile picture of the author Freedom4rmUrJob
      Originally Posted by sogeshirts View Post

      Connect with people on muncheye.com or warriorjv.com. You'll have to give potential affiliates a review copy , and they will decide if the product is good enough to differentiate from all the other fiverr products on the market. There are some very good fiverr courses, so you have tons of competition.
      Thanks for the feedback!

      I'm not really worried about competition being that this will be my first launch. Do you worry about giving review copies? Doesn't that put you at risk of your product being put out in public before you release it?

      This will be a fiverr video course.
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      • Profile picture of the author sogeshirts
        Originally Posted by Freedom4rmUrJob View Post

        Thanks for the feedback!

        I'm not really worried about competition being that this will be my first launch. Do you worry about giving review copies? Doesn't that put you at risk of your product being put out in public before you release it?

        This will be a fiverr video course.
        If you get in contact with the veteran JV's on muncheye and WarriorJV most of those guys are very reputable. They aren't going to rip off your product if you give them a review copy.

        If you want them to promote it's a risk you have to take. They aren't going to promote a product from an unknown marketer to their list unless they have seen it, and like it.
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        • Profile picture of the author Freedom4rmUrJob
          Originally Posted by sogeshirts View Post

          If you get in contact with the veteran JV's on muncheye and WarriorJV most of those guys are very reputable. They aren't going to rip off your product if you give them a review copy.

          If you want them to promote it's a risk you have to take. They aren't going to promote a product from an unknown marketer to their list unless they have seen it, and like it.

          This has been very helpful. Since your advice, Ive joined a couple of forums and tried to post often. I've made a few co ntacts but nothing serious. It's a start. Thanks a lot
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