Best Chance of Scoring Joint Ventures with Different Types of People

By: tripat

The innovative and very fluid and changeable circumstances in which each joint venture occurs from person to person, and business to business.
Things can change quickly over a short period of time, or very slowly, and from deal to deal, again depending on the initial deal itself. It's around this problem I want to share the solution with you that will solidly plant the notion of how the impossible becomes possible when trying to strike deals, and how they can be modified in part or in total to suit the circumstance. After we've done this in report one, in part two I'm going to demonstrate exactly what I mean using examples and dummy joint venture circumstances and ask you questions about each one, to cover all the bases, and give you the best chance of scoring joint ventures with different types of people.
So the basic plan for me when I set out to write this report was to look at what to joint venture and with whom. I'm going to do this in the best way I know how. Hopefully it will also make it incredibly easy to follow and it will stick in your mind and become second nature. This is a great section to check back to if you ever find yourself stuck for ideas as to what to put on the table in a particular circumstance to seal your deals.

The two main problems that we're going to be solving are number one. You're new to marketing, you're new in your market so, just what do you give to a marketer who has everything? I often found myself in this situation, and you may just be there right now, where it's hard to find something to give someone that they don't already have.
For can visit to: you could just give them higher commissions but, that's very basic and, it's extremely likely that they get loads of them all the time. That's not going to do much good when they have their own products to promote for starters and don't particularly have time to carry out anything other than the most special joint ventures. When you're vying for the attention of someone in high demand this makes things even more difficult for you. Problem number two. Are you creating some sort of info product? How do you expect to JV a 30k a month marketer with a ‘how to’ product? How do you expect to pull in joint ventures from the best in your field if your product teaches them what they already know? Giving your product away in itself isn't going to be enough for you. An extension of problem number one, this is the second issue we're going to address and provide solutions and workarounds for under different circumstances. This will be coupled with the other joint venture sections throughout the course that will allow you to score some good joint ventures even if you've never released such a product in your field of expertise before, and even if you don't have a big name or reputation that you've built up to go on.

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