Wednesday, 30 October 2019

The Ultimate Free Traffic Model For Racking Up Sales Fast

The Ultimate Free Traffic Model For Racking Up Sales Fast

The strategy is very simple: Get other people to send targeted traffic to your web site.
 It’s commonly referred to as a “joint venture” (although “endorsement mailing” might be a more adequate title). I’ve been teaching a simple, 3-step system for driving traffic with joint ventures for about five years now and it’s never failed to produce results yet. While the face of the Internet has certainly changed in the past five years, and the intricacies of this system have been tweaked (which we’ll talk about), the mechanics have remained the same. I’ve made literally hundreds of thousands of dollars with this same system and today I’m going to share it with you.

Don’t assume you’ve heard it all before. I realize that joint ventures have been getting more than their share of attention, and this might lead you to think that you already know everything you need to know about joint ventures. Nothing could be farther from the truth. There are some things we’re going to talk about that it’s unlikely anyone else has ever told you before about JV partnerships.

Don’t assume no one will respond to YOU. It doesn’t matter if you’ve tried it a gazillion times before with no results, or if this is your first time out and you have no credibility in your niche marketplace. None of that is important if you just use the strategies that we’ll be looking at here in this video. People will respond to your JV offers if you just take the right approach.

Don’t assume it’s too complicated. There are only three steps. Yes, there are many different elements to each of them, but at its foundational strategy, there are only three steps. We’ll break it down here so anyone can understand the process, and we’ll identify some specific things that anyone can do in order to generate traffic with these joint ventures. 

Most people leave profit on the table from the very beginning. The problem is this: most people are too short-sighted in their planning for joint venture partnerships. They have their eyes on instant profit, and fail to realize that their profit can be multiplied many times over if they take some time to set things up strategically. Seems like a waste of a wonderful opportunity to me. With just a bit of careful planning, that same joint venture can be producing an everincreasing income for months and even years to come. 
Here’s the thing: You’re going to go to the same amount of effort in contacting and convincing potential joint venture partners to work with you, so why not maximize your effort and make the most money possible? That’s why it is so important to strategically plan out your joint venture from the very beginning. By having just a few things in place, you can see your profit multiplied by 10, 20 even 50X more! There are many different things you can do in order to strategically setup your joint venture so that you profit long-term, but what I want to talk with you today about is what I call “passive promotion”. Let’s do a quick exercise here. Which is better…
A. Someone promoting your niche product to their list one time, or 
B. Someone promoting your niche product to their list over and over again?
Unless you’ve just awakened from a deep sleep or you’re still recovering from a head injury, you’ve answered “B” on that one.  One more question. 

A. Someone sending out a mailing to their list members mentioning your product one time, or
B. Someone sending out a mailing to their list members mentioning your product one time, publishing your ezine article, putting a banner ad on their website, highlighting your free report on their “thank you” page, inserting an exit popup window with a link to you, showcasing you in their autoresponder series and recording an interview with you that their visitors will have access to for months and years to come?
If ya picked anything other than “B,” then you simply gotta WAKE UP or go see a doctor about that head injury.
The point I want to make is simply this: don’t settle for pocket change when you can do much better. Again, I must emphasize that the biggest mistake in joint venture marketing is being short-sighted to the point of contentment with a one-time strike.

Solo mailing / personal endorsement mailing. An advertisement that the partner sends out to their opt-in email list. While you will want to provide this in your marketing materials, it is most effective when the partner writes their own personalized endorsement.

Ezine Article. A 500-700 word article relating to the topic of your niche product that the partner publishes in their regular online or offline newsletter, as well as posts to their site.


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