Why and How to Start a Joint Venture
“No man is an island” as the old cliche goes. Life is better when you have someone to share it. This is also true for setting up businesses. It’s always more powerful to sell stuff with the help of a partner than by just doing it on your own. Why? Because doing business partnerships offers a lot of benefits like:
You sell more: When others recommend your product to their subscribers, people are more likely to buy, because they trust (hopefully) the recommendation more.
You increase your email list: If you pitch your product with a free event, such as a webinar, you can add to your subscriber list everyone who registers, not only people who buy your product. However, you need to do this carefully, respecting people’s wishes. I recently added over 1,000 people to my subscriber list in this way.
You expand your reputation: A lot of people hear about you who would not otherwise get to know who you are
With these benefits at your fingertips, how can you now say no to doing joint ventures? You can’t! Unless you’re not after the profits you’ll earn from such a partnership. So it’s really best to start a joint venture. Here’s how: How to start a joint venture partnership