As most of you may or may not know I am currently in training with Alex Jeffreys an up and coming online marketing Guru! He only accepted 500 of us then shut the doors. We all paid $997 and since it started like a month ago we have had 1 webinar per week and one week was one everyday just on how to drive traffic.
Tonight was all about Joint Ventures (Two people joining together to help promote each others stuff or just having one do it for you as they get commissions for doing so) and tonight my eyes were opened in a way that could never imagined. It all made sense to me tonight of what we all should be doing if we want to become successful online marketers.
Essentially you need to create your own product! Yes a lot goes into that process and I will not elaborate on this tonight. But once you get your product completely built backend and all then it is time to start going into blogs and forums in your niche and grabing as many contact phone#, email addresses, website name, contact name then you add theses all to a spread sheet like on excel.
Then you create a nice email explaining that you would like for them to join your money making adventures for this year and would be happy for them to promote your product as a Joint Venture.
Well here I took a screen shot of Alex’s actual email he sent to these people: Click For Larger View.
Try to gather as many names as you can find and on the excell sheet leave a section for if they reply Yes or No to this email. If they say Yes then contact them personally.
This is a good way to build your list because you have the ultimate leverage of others promoting it for you, Some people might have a much read blog with your banner on it now or they might have an email list of 10,000 to send it to. Offer them 50% commissions or more. It does not matter, your main goal is to build that Powerful List of emails that you can build relationships with and sell to forever if you don’t burn the list out and do it correctly!
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