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How to Get a Response to Your Joint Venture Proposal
2003 By  Angela Wu







Joint ventures come in all shapes and sizes, from simple  one-time "partnerships" to more complex long-term  relationships. Many internet business owners favor joint ventures because it gives them the opportunity to boost profits with very little or no out-of-pocket expense.
Here are a few tips on how to get your joint venture proposal noticed:






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So what makes them fail?
 
What is the difference between success and failure  on the Internet?
 
Traffic Is The Answer!
 
No matter how good your sales letter is, how pretty your  graphics are or how great your product is, without enough  visitors you will not make sales!
 
        And nothing creates visitors to your
          site like a powerful Joint Venture.
 
The fact is, there are many good ways to get targeted traffic  to your website and make more sales. I've used many of them  myself, including ...
 
1) Buying Pay Per Click Search advertising in PPC search engines like Overture or Google AdWords
2) Buying ezine advertising
3) Getting 'Page One' listings in the major search engines.  Using Time consuming Advanced Search Engine Optimization  (SEO) Techniques.
4) Banner ads
5) Popunder ads
6) And more.
 
As good as these methods are, they all suffer from one fatal flaw.
They cost money and you can't know that they will work.
Unlike these methods, only Joint Ventures can deliver ....
 
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  • Stand out -- send a CD, DVD, product sample, or a paper copy of your proposal. Businesses often receive more  joint venture proposals than they can handle through email. If nothing immediately catches their eye, the  proposal is likely to get dumped into the 'Trash' folder.


 

 

 

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  • Make a true effort to create an enticing and mutually- beneficial proposal. For example: often times newsletter  publishers receive proposals to endorse a product or service to their list for a commission. However, an affiliate program already exists that normally pays out the the very same

  • commission, so the publisher can join any time he wants (if he chooses to do so). Consider offering a higher percentage to the  publisher -- they're sales you wouldn't otherwise make,  and you'll be able to follow-up with these customers  for future sales. Your proposal has to provide an incentive strong  enough to entice the recipient to get back to you.
     

  • Be sincere. Most 'seasoned' businesses can tell when  they receive a generic proposal. Anyone can send a message without even bothering to take a look at what the site has to offer: "Hi, I was on your website,  www.yoursite.com. Congratulations on a job well done!"
    On the other hand, a personal message that mentions  a specific area of the site or an article you found  interesting, for example, is more likely to get the publisher's attention. Show that you put in an effort to find out what they're all about, and they'll be  more likely to respond.
     

  • Be specific! Provide enough detail so that the recipient can make a quick decision about whether he or she is interested in finding out more about your proposal. A message that's sketchy on detail is likely to be deleted, as many business owners don't have the time to follow-up with every single proposal that comes &their way.
     




 

 


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  • This is especially helpful for simple proposals, such as a link exchange. Include all the appropriate linking details within your email so that you don't have to engage in an unnecessary series of messages.

    Make it easy. Don't make the recipient jump through hoops in order to contact you or get details on your proposal. Chances are they won't.
     
  • Be reliable. This should go without saying, but you'd be surprised. One time a business development manager for a large website contacted me for a joint venture. She followed up regularly until we agreed on a date  and time for an online seminar. I booked this time off  specifically for her. She was supposed to contact me with the appropriate details -- but didn't. The next  time she called with a boatload of excuses, you can  bet I told her I didn't want anything to do with her  or her company.
     
  • Offer your product or service for review. If you ask the publisher to endorse your product, then expect that he or she will want to check it out before deciding  whether or not to endorse it to their list.
     
  • Follow-up. A busy schedule or an overzealous email  filter may have caused your message to be overlooked. Don't pester someone who's clearly not interested, but  most people won't object to one follow-up message.

    A good joint venture can help to increase your profits  with just a little effort. Take the time to craft a good  proposal and you'll reap the rewards.
     







ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Angela is the editor of Online Business Basics, a practical guide to marketing a business on a beginner's budget. This guide offers loads of instantly useable tips and links, in a down-to-earth style that even marketing "newbies" can understand! A helpful Online Business Dictionary is included  too... visit: http://onlinebusinessbasics.com/article.html
 
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