Could this be a JV opportunity?

by Emaloy97 Banned
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I have 7 or 8 products completed that I'd like to market but I have no list and don't want to wait. Would a good JV be me splitting profits 50/50 for someone marketing my products to their list?
  • Profile picture of the author eslucky
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    • Profile picture of the author Emaloy97
      Lol that's really not what I asked but okay.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Allard
    Originally Posted by Emaloy97 View Post

    Would a good JV be me splitting profits 50/50 for someone marketing my products to their list?
    Depends on many things like
    -The purpose and quality of your products
    -Your target market
    -Commissions of similar products like yours
    -How much effort you put into finding affiliates

    In the internet marketing niche many marketers have a front-end offer they offer with 75-100% commissions just to get more buyers in the sales funnel.

    Facebook page for inspiration & JV opportunities-

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  • For your first product expect to be 100% profit on front End to your affiliate and 50% back end split.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisMoore
    If by splitting the sales you mean that he will promote your product as affiliate and you will give him 50 percent comission on each sale, when it's totally fine and even a good deal for you.

    But if you mean that he will become your partner and will get 50 percent of every sale from now on, when you should consider seriously if it really worth it. I mean: if his only advantage is by sending your offer to his list, when it's not such a good deal...
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  • 50/50 is what I do, but I see more and more paying 100%, I get away with 50% will see how long I'm geting turned down more now for the standard 50%
    soon people... Relax...
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  • Profile picture of the author FrankMiller
    50/50 is the best way to go. I don't like giving up 100%


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