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Co-Ventures: How to Attract Quality Traffic and Earn Thousands
By: Mitch Van Dusen
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    It's a win-win situation for both parties. They potentially get thousands of dollars added to their bottom line (a good incentive to give you a glowing recommendation to their customers) and well, you know what you would be getting.

    A good technique for this is to offer the other business's customers a special deal.

    OK. So what kind of company do you find and how do you approach them? Make sure you find a company that doesn't compete with you. If you are selling SEO tools, you could partner with a web hosting service or a web design company. If you are selling artwork, you could partner with a frame service. If you are selling toothbrushes, you can partner with people selling toothpaste. Get creative.

    So once you know what kind of business to target, which one do you approach? My favorite tool for this is Alexa (go to This is a free service that allows you to get the behind-the-scenes information: Who owns it, what their email is, what their phone number is, who their competitors are, how much traffic they get, and what rank they are in the search engines.

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