Finding people with big lists / best site to find JV's

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Hey Warriors,

I have a big list. I want to deal with other people that have big lists and JV...where is the best site to find people like this?

Any ideas.

Thanks Warriors,
Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author icoachu
    Compile a list of webmaster forums and post on the right section so you're not spamming.
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  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    You will probably have some folks tell you to use services like safe-swaps and even the JV section of this forum to find partners to "swap" with. Be very cautious about swaps. If your list consists of buyers, you are going to want to find other buyer lists to swap with.

    It has been my experience that most swappers have lists that contain freebie seekers only. Many build their lists up, so they can eventually sell solo adds to others that want to build their lists up and sell solo adds. It's a nasty circle of recycled garbage.

    There are some gems out there that you can successfully swap with, but they are few and far between.
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    • Profile picture of the author HN
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      Originally Posted by E. Brian Rose View Post

      Many build their lists up, so they can eventually sell solo adds to others that want to build their lists up and sell solo adds. It's a nasty circle of recycled garbage.
      I like how you call the list of people a recycled garbage. Way to go. Lol
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      • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
        Originally Posted by HN View Post

        I like how you call the list of people a recycled garbage. Way to go. Lol
        Taken out of context, that could sound bad, but in context, it makes sense. Businesses rely on leads to succeed. A wise businessman attempts to take a "lead" and turn it into a real human relationship. Leads that are constantly battered around and have never been massaged into relationship status are not good leads. In the old days of paper leads, those would be considered garbage.

        I am certainly not saying the people on those lists are garbage, but I am saying the leads acquired from those types of recycling circles are. The overly sensitive and Internet trolls pouncing on an opportunity to make somebody look bad will salivate over my use of the term, I'm sure. (not saying you are either of those two)

        I have always thought it would be a good experiment to start doing list swaps and have my first email tell them exactly how they are being used as pawns in this recycle game. Then, instruct them to unsubscribe from every list they are on, except mine, of course.
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          Originally Posted by E. Brian Rose View Post

          Taken out of context, that could sound bad, but in context, it makes sense. Businesses rely on leads to succeed. A wise businessman attempts to take a "lead" and turn it into a real human relationship. Leads that are constantly battered around and have never been massaged into relationship status are not good leads. In the old days of paper leads, those would be considered garbage.

          I am certainly not saying the people on those lists are garbage, but I am saying the leads acquired from those types of recycling circles are. The overly sensitive and Internet trolls pouncing on an opportunity to make somebody look bad will salivate over my use of the term, I'm sure. (not saying you are either of those two)

          I have always thought it would be a good experiment to start doing list swaps and have my first email tell them exactly how they are being used as pawns in this recycle game. Then, instruct them to unsubscribe from every list they are on, except mine, of course.
          Lol. There was no need to spend another 4 minutes on this thread. Of course it makes sense. People who can't build real business build those lists. That's what I 've been telling in the other thread

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  • Profile picture of the author kfaminoff
    My list is at 30,000, I am looking to do a solo with someone
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