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SFM Ep 32: Multiplying Your Revenue With Strategic Alliances

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In episode #32 we'll discuss the power of strategic alliances. This is a hugely underestimated strategy that has made me A LOT of money over the past few years. However most people are going about them completely wrong, which is why they don't get good results.

In this episode we'll discuss...

  • Why you're doing a disservice to your audience if you aren't doing strategic alliances...
  • How to write an effective pitch for finding strategic alliance partners...
  • How to do a strategic alliance with ME (or get me to create a strategic alliances sales funnel for you)

And SO much more!

Transcript:

Hey everybody, this is Jeremy Reeves here again for another episode of the sales funnel mastery podcast and today, we are going to talk about strategic alliances and joint ventures partnering with people who can send clients or customers to you and it is how to basically create kind of win, win, win for the person sending it to you or win for you and also a big, big win for the people that you are helping, right?

A lot of people talk about affiliate relationships and doing affiliate programs, you know, a lot of people that have information products.  Having in affiliate program is the one of the things that you do because it is kind of an easy way to increase your revenue and that kind of things.  So, that is we’re kind of all people do but that concept kind of gets lost with people in the service industry or basically outside the information marketing industry.  A lot of times, well, specifically, it gets lost when you are talking about online.  People who primarily have never own a brick-and-mortar type of business.  

They primarily own a service that is online based and that kind of thing and it is funny because if you work offline and one of the things that I am particularly good at is taking concepts from other industries and bringing in them to new industries.

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