Introverts Guide to Joint Venture Traffic

I’d much rather be alone by my pool than socialize at a party.

And unless I’m a speaker, the thought of going to seminars or networking events makes me cringe.

Is it any surprise the Internet Lifestyle ended up being a perfect fit for me? I get to sit behind my computer, help
clients from around the world, run advertising, and write while money rolls in.

So with my introverted personality, you’d think joint ventures would be one of the last things I’d want to do. Yet, one of the secrets to my success and much the money I’ve made online…points back to joint ventures.

There is NO faster way to generate traffic, create new products, or build credibility in your market.

I have a couple of clients who love meeting new people and networking at events.

If you enjoy that jazz, then conferences are an amazing way to find new jv partners.

Clearly define your audience. Decide who you want to meet. Come up with an elevator speech where you share what you bring to the table for both the end consumers and your joint venture partners. Attend the event and profit.

But what if you’re more of an introvert like me?

Enter the beauty of online marketing.

You initial contact can be by email or social media. One of my favorite methods has been joining someone’s list and then replying to their message.

Don’t come right out and propose marriage…a long-term deal they won’t be ready for yet.

Even going right for an endorsement offer may be too much.

Instead just offer them a free copy of your product, ask to do an interview on an interesting topic which you’ll share with your list, offer them exclusive content, or even offer to provide your service for them.

In other words, ask yourself what you can do for them first.

That’s your first meeting…a simple one-time date at the local coffee shop.

If you don’t get a reply by email, give it a try by connecting with them on Linkedin or Facebook. Remember WIIFM (What’s in it for Me). What do they get out of it?

Or you could make this even easier on yourself and hire an assistant to do the initial contacts for you.

Give them your message and offer…and have them make contacts to set-up the deal for you.

Nothing says you personally have to make first contact.

The key is to keep it simple and not come on too strong.

Most joint venture partners scare off their dates by proposing marriage before they even get started.

Get them interested and ask for a reply. Continue from there.

If you’d like to know more about the entire system I use to find, contact, and set-up long-term joint venture deals to grow my internet business over the past 18 years…I’m releasing a tell-all product coming up next week.

Not only does it share all the step-by-step methods Glenn Livingston and I have used to drive traffic AND multiply our income through joint ventures…but we give you all the tools including what we consider a “perfect email contact” letter to start hundreds of joint venture relationships.

If you’re serious about generating more traffic to your site or you simply want to multiply the profits you’re currently earning online…this is the most profitable technique I’ve used to bring home serious cash year-after-year ever since I started in 1996.

Joint Venture Fast Track: How to Quickly Find Them, Set Them Up, and Profit Long Term” is coming soon…

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Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Dunnellon, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how the Monthly Mentor Club can help you today.

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