The Fastest Way to Get a Rush of NEW Clients and Fill Your Programs

Finding and having joint venture partners will help you quickly get a rush of NEW clients and fill your programs. How? Your JV partners share your content with their list and those people opt in for what you’re offering. If any of them buy from you, you give a commission to your JV partner. Win/Win/Win!

Where do you find them? Potential joint venture partners are everywhere! To find them, ask yourself this question: “Who is actively building an audience or a mailing list in my industry?”

Here are the top 14 places to get you started:

  1. Networking events and training seminars – these events are usually attended by people who are your peers and they may already be reaching your desired target audience. You can also connect directly with the event organizers since they already have access to a lot of people in your industry!
  1. Industry associations – organizations love rewarding their members and providing them with great resources, while generating additional income, making them great potential partners.
  1. Colleagues and peers – people from your networking groups and training and certification programs can be a great source of client referrals, and they already know you so it’s easier to get into a joint venture conversation.
  1. Article publishing sites – anyone who writes and submits articles is probably looking to expand their visibility and reach, making them great candidates for JV partnerships.

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  1. Launch leaderboards – see someone doing a product launch? Watch who is promoting them and reach out. Pay special attention to “launch leaderboards,” which list the top 10 JV partners for the launch.
  1. Niche specific blogs – search for blogs on the topics relevant to your audience. Both the blog owner and those who are commenting on the blog posts are most likely building an audience in your niche.
  1. Newsletter publishers – search for newsletters or e-zines in your niche; newsletter publishers most definitely have a mailing list and can make great JV partners.
  1. Top sites – do a search on your niche keywords and see which top 10-20 web sites come up in search results; these web sites probably have the most traffic and visibility, and could be open to JVs.

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  1. Google and Facebook Ads – if people are advertising via “pay-per-click” ads that means they’re actively building their list and business. These might make great JV partners as well.
  1. LinkedIn and Facebook group owners – if someone takes time to start and run a group on the top social media sites, they’re probably interested in building an audience, making them potentially great partners.
  1. ClickBank marketplace – with thousands of product owners, is a great place to find people who are actively building their business, selling their products, and growing their list.
  1. Podcast, video channel, and radio show owners – the biggest reason people start their own podcast or video channel is to share their message with an audience, which means you can tap into their community by simply being a guest – one of the easiest ways to start a JV conversation. Being featured on iTunes (for podcast), YouTube (for video channel), and Blog Talk Radio (for radio show) is also great for reaching thousands of potential customers!

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  1. Authors in your niche – do a search for authors in your niche (perhaps start with an keyword search), then find their web sites. If they have a sign-up form on their home page, chances are they are actively building a list of fans and readers, and might be well positioned to be a JV partner.
  1. Software and app publishers – every niche has different software tools they’re using. For business owners it may be a shopping cart; for home-schooling parents it may be some kind of learning software, and so on. Search for software publishers in your industry, they most likely have a list of subscribers they’ve been marketing to, and might make great partners!

There are many more places for you to find joint venture partners to collaborate with and get promoted to their audiences. Register for our upcoming FREE training and discover more ways to build a massive list and get clients fast using joint ventures!

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#10: How to Attract High End Clients


In the tenth episode Rich and Milana talk about how to choose and target your product.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What type of products SELL these days.
  • Why it’s better to target a narrow audience..
  • Why your passion is always the best place to start.

When deciding what product or service you want to offer, always begin with something that is specific and comes naturally to you. It may seem easy to you, but it’s not easy for everyone. Which means there is a market for it. You are going to attract higher end clients if you are a specialist in your field.

#9: The Perfect Price Point


Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the ninth episode, Rich and Milana discuss the perfect price point for your product.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why high end products are more appealing to JV partners.
  • What is a good commission percentage.
  • The difference between a high end and low end product.

Don’t charge too much or too little. You want your product or service to be competitive, but not seem cheap. JV partners like Rich and Milana would rather promote a high end product, because then they will receive a larger commission.

The most important things are to make sure you make a profit so JV partners are EXCITED to promote you!

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#8: Interview with Sage Lavine


In the eighth episode, Rich and Milana interview Sage Lavine.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why it’s better to start small and work your way up.
  • How your local community can help and support you.
  • Why a free workshop will work much better than a paid one when you’re starting out.
  • How to make it easy for people to say “yes” to your event.

Sage Lavine is a master of workshops and live events. Workshops are a superior model for connecting with potential clients in your field. Sage has developed a formula to impact 1000’s of clients through her workshops and create millions of dollars in revenue. She is very good at targeting her niche audience and finding the right people for her events. Sage’s heartfelt passion has helped her use her events to raise money for women’s causes all over the world including women in the Amazon rainforest.

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#7: Niche Circles

Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the seventh episode, Milana explains how Niche Circles from JVX are the perfect way for members to find the right JV partners for them.


In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to become clear on who the perfect JV partners are for you.
  • To learn to collaborate with people in your field instead of competing.
  • How to approach potential partners and what to say.
  • Why your target audience matters to JV partners.

In Niche Circles at JVX, people choose a Niche that best represents their business. Everyone with the same Niche sits in a circle and has 90 seconds to explain to everyone else their business and why people would want to partner with them. The goal is to expose your ideas to as many people with the same niche as you; so you can learn from each other and hopefully become JV partners!

#6: Shark Attack Secrets

Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the sixth episode, Milana talks about JVX and the contest Shark Attack.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What type of questions top JV partners ask to evaulate a potential partner’s business.
  • Great answers to those questions so you know if you’re on the right track.
  • How to recognize if you need slight or large adjustments to make your business skyrocket.
  • What a Shark looks for in a partner.

Shark Attack is an event at JVX where contestants offer partnerships to the Top JV partners (Sharks). The Sharks interview and talk to the contestants one at a time to see what they have to offer.  They critique and offer advice on how to improve the offer and business model overall. If the contestant has a good idea and they come to an agreement, they become JV partners!

#5: Million­ Dollar Coach Mindset Secrets

Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the fifth episode, Rich and Milana discuss the struggles a lot of coaches have while trying build their businesses.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why do people buy coaching? (what makes someone say YES to paying $500‐$1000 a month?)
  • Why are so many coaches broke?
  • Is everyone a “coach” these days? (Rich, did you ever feel like a fraud when you were coaching?)
  • What should you start doing this week to make more money in coaching?
  • How million‐dollar coaches think

The problem with coach training is they don’t teach you any business skills (what you need to do to go out and get clients). Rich and Milana believe there is a better way to build your coaching business. They want to help you make as much money as you can as a coach, get as many clients, make the biggest impact, have the greatest lifestyle you can.

#4: Interview with Christy Whitman

Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the fourth episode, Rich and Milana interview Christy Whitman.


In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What to look for in somebody who is trying to help you promote your business. Does that person bring value? What is the value you can bring to your audience?
  • How you approach your potential partner. Send short emails – focus on the other person and how you can support them – ask to get them on the phone – get them on the phone and make it all about them. Then they are naturally going to turn it around and ask about you.
  • You don’t need a big list to get JV partners, you don’t have to have a big name, and you don’t need to have all the success. As long as you have passion for what you’re doing, that drive will resonate with whomever you’re trying to work with.

Christy Whitman is a NewYork Times Best Selling Author, has been a coach for over a decade, and her specialty is teaching law of attraction and universal laws. Christy was the first person Rich had ever done a joint venture with. Back in 2008 Rich and Christy connected over the phone to form their joint venture. Christy really liked how Rich presented himself and what he had to offer to her business.

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#3: The Niche Controversy: To Niche or Not to Niche

Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the third episode, Rich and Milana discuss the controversial subject of niche.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  •       What’s a niche?
  •       What’s an expert?
  •       How to choose one? (let a niche find you?)
  •       How to know if your niche is profitable?
  •       Mission vs niche

The main focus is to have people do joint ventures and before you can succeed with joint ventures you need to have a good product, program, or service that you can offer to the public. And in order to do so you need to have a niche in which you specialize.

All roads lead to niche! All struggles source from lack of niche clarity. You can’t create a product, you can’t market yourself effectively, and you can’t do joint ventures unless you have a niche.

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#2: Why Joint Ventures Kick Ass

Art-of-The-Joint-Venture-Rich-German-Milana-LeshinskyIn the second episode, Rich and Milana dive into Joint Venture Marketing.



In this episode you’ll learn:

  • What’s a JV and why we love it?
  • Why it works?
  • Coaching JVs and Corporate JVs – difference?
  • Where do you find JV partners? (Before JVIC / After JVIC)
  • How do you need to THINK to do JVs? you can’t build your biz alone
  • What is the next thing people should do this week to start using JV marketing?

Milana says there are many ways to support each other in a JV. You can co-host a workshop, you can co-create something, or you can cross-promote things. For example:  While one person creates something – the other person sends it out to their audience.  Such as Rich sending out emails that drove potential clients to Milana’s webinars.  Then people sign up for the webinars and she in turn would pay Rich for sending those people her way.  It’s called “Revenue Share.”

Competition is dead. Collaboration is the new competition. Together we all win!!

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