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Turn your competition in to your business partner
Created on November 1st, 2010

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Jones Gore
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Nov 1st 2010 at 14:58 PM
Affiliate and network marketing depend heavily on word or mouth and paying customers. Withiut niether non of us would be doing this because we don't have the money to spend like the big boys.

However, many of us don't last because we approach our businesses the old, which is trying to get people to sign up in our business. We also spend alot of time going from one social networking site to the next sharing our links and developing relationship with the hope someone will join our opportunity. Most of us sue traffic exchanges hoping someone will quit their business and join our. Although these methods work and and if you're using them you should continue but you also should consider partnering up with your competition to build each others business.

I recently started using a free marketing system which is worth at least $200 considering what they provide. People spend $200 easily on the tools this company gives away for free. The set up is allows for competing companies to co-op their adverising method increase exposure up to 1000X compare to what one gets using what I have aready mentioned.

Imagine placing links in your profile on face book that belog to other business that agree to place your links in their profile. What will be the most likely result? Exponential Growth! And then imagine sharing this system with everyone you meet, who repeat what you teach them...what will happen? Just imagine.


Scott Miller
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Nov 1st 2010 at 17:55 PM
Hi Jones, interesting concept, although I can see some possible flaws. It would be just like exchanging links on websites, which worked for a little while to some extent. If you're going to have a bunch of links on your page to stuff that's not related to what your page is about, you might as well make them all your affiliate links. That defeats the purpose of getting targeted visitors though.

While I'm sure it seems promising as explained on the site, it seems to me it would put off your visitors that were interested in what you offered. Just something to consider - good luck with it.



Jones Gore
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Nov 2nd 2010 at 11:08 AM
Scott I understand your point and it would be valid if I was talking about a webpage or a blog which are content driven but I'm not.

I'm only focusing on one aspect of the system that I'm using with greater success than I have had with a lot of other systems. I'm just explaining why placing your link in other affiliate profiles will help your business as well someone else's.

1) Your primary business link or your blog link in multiple place being seen by other people.

2)As new people join the more people see your link. Pretty much like facebook advertisement. The more people join facebook the more exposure the advertisers get.




affiliatedownline
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Jan 7th 2011 at 6:41 AM
One great way to turn ones competition into a partner is by joining their affiliate marketing program if they have one.


Rex Harris
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Feb 17th 2011 at 5:48 AM
From experience, partnerships in the Internet marketing industry fail more times than they succeed. I would NEVER recommend that any Internet marketer enter into a legal, binding contract or venture, with anyone, before meeting them face to face. It's a lesson I learned the hard way when I first started marketing online.

As far as Joint Ventures are concerned, advertising together can bring some amazing results. Advertising ventures are a great way to test the water to determine IF the person you are working with might be someone you want to team up with in the future.

Cheers!

Rex


ric_worthy
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Feb 17th 2011 at 13:40 PM
Marketing JV's are killer.


Rex Harris
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Feb 17th 2011 at 18:26 PM
I agree Ric, you can generate some wicked traffic and results doing a JV marketing and advertising campaigns.

Speaking of which, if anyone is interested in taking advantage of my full database (22k plus Twitter followers, 13K plus Traffic Surge Members, Personal mailing lists and safe list arsenal), give me a shout and let's see what you have. Maybe we can work out a deal.

Cheers!

Rex


johnmike143
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Mar 12th 2020 at 1:37 AM
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