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3 Things You Should NEVER Do in a Joint Venture
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-01-02

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    The point is, make it easy. My joint venture partners are busy people. They don't have time to write ads for me, or spend a lot of time getting prepared. They need something they can set up in a few minutes, send it out, and move on. Remember, your potential partners are probably the same.

    2. Forget to Target Your Market.

    I get over 500 emails a day. Mind you, they aren't all joint ventures although I get a lot of those too.

    The point is this: research your market. Find products, services, memberships, etc. that complement yours. Then you have a market.

    3. Send Your Offer to the Wrong Person.

    No one wants to read offers that say, "Dear Publisher", "Dear Friend", or anything like that.

    The first, and most important thing about creating a joint venture is to make sure that you send it to the right person at the right email address.

    Although I don't recommend it, you can send your joint venture proposal to someone you don't know provided you have properly targeted your market. This doesn't mean you can send your message to 100s who just happen to be in your target market.

    What I recommend you do is this: build a relationship with the person. Build a lot of relationships with a lot of people. If you have something relevant to say about someone's newsletter, write him/her.

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