In previous articles, I’ve given you all the information you need to create great joint ventures of your own – and even given you some actual ideas for them! But, in this article, I’m going to go even better than that!
I often get asked questions about the split you should offer when putting together your joint venture deal. So – without beating about the bush – here’s a fairly definitive answer. A standard JV deal usually consists of a 50-50
As many people will know I have made a great deal of money by selling other people’s products on a Joint Venture basis.
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At first glance this can seem like an odd arrangement, the inevitable question that people ask is “why would the owner of a product let you sell that product and keep half the profits?” Why not simply sell it themselves and keep all of the money?
Have you ever wondered how the REALLY big money is being made online? Not just good money like hundreds or even a couple of thousands of pounds/dollars a month. Big money. £5,000, £25,000, £50,000 or more a month.
How To Find A Price That Sells Lots …. And Makes You Even More Dosh How do you decide the best price for a JV product? I’ve read a lot of very complicated, scientific theories on this. And I’m not
Have you ever wondered how the REALLY big money in this is being made? Not just good money like hundreds or even a couple of thousands of pounds a month. Big money. £10,000, £20,000, £30,000 or more a month. The
Now I could write a book telling you how to write a proposal that will bring in all the JV deals you’ll ever need. In fact I might do just that one day! But you don’t want to wade through pages
Like a lot of prospective JVers are you racking your brains trying to find fantastic, original ideas for them? Does it keep you awake at night? Do you spend days trawling the Internet …. searching every corner of the globe
This article is the next in the series discussing how to dramatically increase your businesses profits through Joint Ventures. We started off the series with this article which gave a good overview of the basics of getting together a joint venture (“JV”)