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The Power of Co-Ventures & Networking

By George Papazoglou
Posted Monday, November 15, 2004

Once you combine forces with potential marketers by forming a common long-term, or short-term goal, get ready to double, or even multiply your profits without spending a penny in advertising!

Here's how entrepreneurs form co-ventures to boost their revenue and customer base:

* Exchange ads with their e-zines.

* Exchange endorsements and testimonials.

* Vigorously support each other by mutually sharing and joining under profitable 2-tier, or multi-tier associate programs.

* Share with their downline potential and profitable marketing techniques / ideas that are proven to convey results.

* Use customized sign-up forms and summon prospects to opt-in into one or more newsletters.

* Create Private Forums for their partners for scheduled networking virtual meetings.

"How to "Secure" a Strong Partnership and Joint-Venture your Way to the Bank..."

If you want to create strong partnerships and profitable relationships with other potential networkers, you have to stop using the "commonly shared" approaches through saturated communicative messages...

"What do you mean?", you'd say. Well, some marketers approach most of the times the wrong people to create a joint venture with the very same misfortunate message, like "I visited your web site at ...... and thought that our new product .... would be a perfect fit for your visitors. We offer.... biggest commission.... and....".

Three things come into my mind; boring, saturated and spam-looking message. Instead, you could try another approach that is alluring for your future partner and works!

At first, you must always personalize your messages by creating two or more fields that you will later merge into your proposal message with your processor.

You could say something like:

"Dear Josh,
I was surfing the Web for interesting content for my ezine, which caters information to affiliate marketers and entrepreneurs.

Today, I visited your web site and to say the least, I was very impressed by your articles and the fantastic products you endorse.

Since I always want to satisfy my subscribers with exceptional content and quality products, I think that your articles will greatly benefit all of us; you, my subscribers and our profits.

My e-zine has a circulation of *** and I plan to release the next newsletter at **/**/**. It is an opt-in list with avid readers and always delivers solid results.

If you're interested in increasing your subscriber base, reach a broader audience and engorge your bank account, I'll instantly join under your most profitable program and endorse it to my list. Of course, you get the credit for your articles, the exposure and me on your downline (plus numerous of my subscribers!).

Please send me an e@mail ASAP for further details.


David Stocker

P.S. I didn't tell you what I ask in return yet. Please contact me now because I aspire in a long-term and very lucrative partnership."

What did you notice in this networking proposal? The entire letter is brief, to-the-point and focuses solely on the impending benefits that your future partner harnesses - it's not another self-centered letter that typically gets ignored.

You'd also notice that "David Stocker" doesn't ask something in advance - you need to stimulate a response at first and then move on to the second part of your proposal...

After you receive a response from the prospective partner, you'll have the benefit of "weighing" his personality and customize your communicative bridge according to his character.

What you could ask in return is:

* Get your Partner to do the exact same thing as you'll do: Both promote each other's marketing programs to their lists and web sites by "exchanging downlines".

Some Critical Rules for a "Healthy Partnership":

Never Undermine Your Partners; value your partnership religiously.
Develop a Strategic Marketing Plan before requesting a Joint Venture and be specific with your proposal.

For example, when I am about to join a promising marketing program, I wouldn't sign-up before I found a powerful upline sponsor... so I could apply the strategy elucidated above. It's like creating your own snowballing - spillover effect, by using your existing assets; an existent subscriber list, your partner's list, your traffic and your partner's traffic.

Repeat and recycle this strategy with open-mind partners and watch your downlines and profits double - without increasing your list, or spending advertising funds!

About the Author
George Papazoglou is the author behind Secrets of the Mega Associates and creator of the ( web site.

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