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                   Tips Covered in this Report

 1. 5 Secrets Of Successful Membership Sites

 2. Harness The Power Of Membership Websites

 3. The Secret To Membership Site Success

 4. Secret Strategies To Get Your Membership Site Noticed Fast

 5. Don’t Miss Out - 3 Membership Marketing Profit Plans

 6. 3 More Ways To Make Mega Money With Your Membership Site

 7. Managing Membership Fees For Maximum Results

 8. Building Your Brand – 5 Keys To Membership Site Recognition

 9. Attracting Affiliates And Helping Them Sell Your Site

 10. Perfect Partners Equal Profound Profits

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                                            Tip #1

                 5 Secrets of Successful Membership Sites

Being the best means taking cues from the best. When it comes to membership sites, the
best include such big shots as,, YouTube, MySpace and more.
Here are 5 secrets of the big boys and how you can use them to launch your membership

1. Successful membership sites have a specific niche with a demand for their products and
information. Think about What a fantastic niche! Imagine fitting the need of
millions of people that want to connect to their old classmates, or are simply curious to see
what everybody is up to. What is your niche? Even if it isn’t a niche that will reach millions,
the tighter your niche, the more money there is to be made.

2. Successful membership sites know the value of maximizing their revenue by offering
multiple revenue streams including:

       •   Affiliate Programs
       •   Advertising
       •   Information products is a website that makes fantastic use of their market’s needs by offering
relocation services, job counseling, resume and cover letter services, education tools, and
even money management tools. They also make money with advertisers and partner/affiliate
programs. Follow the same money making strategies and you’ll be sitting pretty.

3. Successful membership sites realize the importance of building your brand and increasing
exposure to your site

       •   Logo
       •   Slogan
       •   Repetitive design elements

YouTube has to be one of the most recognizable membership site logos around. Whether
you see it from a distance on the side of a bus or at the top of a webpage, it’s instantly
recognizable because it is simple, clear, and consistent. Three easy rules to follow when
you’re designing your own logo and slogan.

4. Successful membership sites are successful at generating traffic via various techniques

       •   SEO
       •   Content

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       •   Linking
       •   Careful choice of keywords
       •   Press releases

Weight Watchers and Elance are two membership sites that have capitalized on the power of
keywords, word of mouth advertising, and valuable content. Whether you’re searching for
recipes, success stories, or even fitness advice, Weight Watchers has content on the subject.
Elance operates a little bit differently, they’ve harnessed the power of the keyword “freelance”
to make millions.

Use these strategies to drive traffic to your membership site and success is virtually

5. Successful membership sites realize the value of keeping your members happy by

       •   Articles
       •   Trainings
       •   Product reviews
       •   Guest interviews
       •   Content from other sites
       •   Free products to download
       •   Active forums.
       •   Regular e-mail contact
       •   Polls and surveys.

Pick any major membership website and take a look at the benefits they provide to their
members. Monster offers a full range of services from education to relocation. Weight
Watchers offers recipes, menu planning, and support for people with weight loss goals.
EHarmony offers a bookstore, advice, and even parenting tips – that’s really jumping the gun
but it works for them.

Give your members what they want and then go the extra step, give them what they don’t
know they want – yet.

                                            Tip #2

               Harness The Power of Membership Websites
                          Look through the eyes of your members

Look through the eyes of your members and you might be surprised. You might find new
ways to meet their needs. You might find new ways to offer benefit. Heck, you might even be
able to anticipate their needs – there’s no better money maker than that!

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What do members want?

The best way to answer that question is to ask yourself.           What do you want from a
membership site?

Take a moment and write down 10 things that you want from the membership sites that you
belong to.

Go ahead…we’ll wait.

Okay, you have your list? Let’s see if it matches any of the items that we came up with.

Presumably you want:

       •   A trusted source of information, products, and resources.
       •   A wide variety of resources that meet your needs with multiple price points
       •   Easy to use website
       •   Easy to process transactions
       •   Membership policies that make sense
       •   Subscriptions that are worth their price
       •   Subscriptions that are easy to renew or cancel
       •   Updated content
       •   Updated resources
       •   A way, or many ways, to communicate with members and website staff
       •   An efficient customer relations protocol
       •   An easy way to return products
       •   Clearly established terms of use
       •   A website that protects your privacy – and doesn’t sell your information
       •   Communications, via email or newsletter, that are frequent enough to keep you in
           the loop but not so frequent that you feel hassled.
       •   A website that is fitted specifically to meet your needs

Does that cover it? Not likely. That’s just a short list of the things you probably want from a
membership site that you belong to. You may also want to be able to use the site, products,
and contacts that you make to generate profits. You certainly want to belong to a
membership site that you can be proud of and that is recognizable – this means you’ll more
likely be a loyal and frequent visitor if not a frequent purchaser.

Now comes the second question…

What can you do to make your membership site meet the needs listed above, and any others
that you came up with?

Many of the needs are fairly easy to fill. Customer relations can be automated. Billing,
renewals, and auto responder thank you messages can be automated. Content, much of it
anyway, can be outsourced. Terms of use and policies can be posted on your website and
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handed out in the form of a report when members subscribe. Affiliate programs and other
wealth building tools can be automated. That leaves a few things: making sure that your
customers know that you’re an upstanding site with their best interests at heart, keeping the
quality content, resources, and products up to date and quality, and tying all of their needs
together into a cohesive website. Not too hard, right?

It doesn’t have to be.              Use the resources that you have, including the membership, to make your membership site the absolute
best that it can be for you and for your members.

                                            Tip #3

                  The Secret To Membership Site Success
                  How To Find A Profitable Membership Marketing Niche

Membership marketing is an extremely profitable business – if you do it right. Use your
membership site to bring in multiple streams of income but only if you target the right market,
the market that will be happy to pay for your content, products, and resources. Here are three
steps to ensure you hit your target!

1 - Identify Your Money Making Market

You may already have a market in mind. If you do – fantastic! There are a few steps that
you’ll want to take to make sure that it is a market that will make money. There’s no point in
building a membership website if it isn’t going to put cash in your wallet.

So, maybe you have a passion for nutrition and are interested in a membership site that sells
information and products related to nutrition. If this is the case, there are a few things that
you will want to do to narrow your niche or create a sub-niche. The more targeted your niche,
the more money you’ll make.

A sub niche doesn’t necessarily mean a highly targeted topic, make it a highly targeted
demographic too. Speak to friends, family, and associates to help brainstorm a possibility of
sub niches. Explore forums, chat rooms, and other membership sites on relevant topics.

If you do not have a topic or niche identified then use your resources, this again means family
friends and business associates for guidance. Ask them what topics they’re interested in.
Search hobbies, passions, and areas that you are interested in learning more about. For
example, rock climbing may be something that you’ve always aspired to learn. Use this
desire to learn to launch a rock climbing membership site.

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2 - Determine Demand

To examine whether there is a demand for this information you have a wealth of options.

Check out online bookstores or visit your local bookstore and check out what’s on the
bestseller’s list. These may be topics with an abundance of membership sites already but
chances are you will find a profitable sub-niche or specialty market.

Keyword research seems to be where people often go next, keyword research is a valuable
tool. Consider repeating the process several times. The first time keyword research may
actually help you determine a sub-niche. By searching for a general keyword like nutrition,
you may find several sub niche possibilities.

However we’re talking about what to do with keyword research once you’ve determined your
niche, keyword research to help you identify demand. For example, you’ve decided to create
a membership site for the senior athlete, athletes over 50. Keyword research will help you
learn what topics senior athletes are interested in and which topics receive the most demand.

3 - Dig Deep

It takes more than just a little keyword research to make sure you’re hitting the right target
market. Remember if your aim is off, your profits will be too.

Dig deep in forums and chat rooms. Forums and chat rooms are a fantastic way to research
your market anonymously. Behind the scenes research so to speak. When you learn what
other people are looking for, then determine if your sub niche is specific enough to provide it,
and if there are enough people interested in the type of information and products you’d be

Feeling bold? Register for the forum and ask questions. Don’t give away the bank, there are
many people that would gladly take your idea and run with it but asking questions and taking
notes will definitely help you understand your market and their needs.

Dig deep by visiting relevant websites. Once you’re done digging through the forums and
chat rooms, take a peek at the websites that are currently available and relevant to your topic.
For example, visit sports nutrition websites and websites for senior athletes. Take a look at
the products that they’re selling. Don’t forget to take a look at the advertisers on their
websites too! Visit the sponsored websites to examine their sites and products and study
their marketing strategy and audience.

Dig in the back of magazines related to your topic. There is a magazine on just about every
topic under the sun. Grab an issue or two and flip to the back. Check out the advertisers.
Why? It will give you a list of proven products to promote on your membership site.
Magazines are expensive to advertise in, if these companies can afford to pay for an ad,
chances are they’re doing well and their products are in demand.

Dig deep in article directories. Visit your favorite article directory, like Ezine Articles and
search for information on your niche topic. This will give you a quick glance on the current

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demand for information. It will also give you a list of websites already established in your
field. Visit the sites and examine what they’re doing right and wrong and what you can take
from them and make better.

                                            Tip #4

    Secret Strategies to Get Your Membership Site Noticed Fast
If you want to make money with your membership site, you have to get it noticed. The faster
the word gets out, the faster you’ll begin making money. Here are five strategies to get you
noticed faster than a streaker at a soccer game.

Provide Free Information. This is a superior strategy to get folks to your web site, however
you have a fine line to walk. Too much free info and there’s no benefit to joining your site.
Not enough and you don’t give potential members enough of a complimentary preview.

Of course, if you don’t offer quality information then you’ll lose potential members anyway. So
make sure that the information you offer is fantastic. You want your free information to be so
good that visitors pass it along to others.

Give folks a peek inside with a free trial membership. Trial memberships hook readers! Not
only do they instill confidence, once customers get an inside look at all that you have to offer
they will want to sign up immediately. Consider also, making certain items on your website
available only to ‘permanent subscribers.’ This type of feature works as a tease. Of course,
don’t overdo it. You want trial members to be able to access a lot of your site.

Viral Marketing Miracles. Give free reports and even ebooks to affiliates to give away. This
report will include the affiliate’s unique ID and any sales made through that report will be
credited to the affiliate. It’s a great way to get people to spread the word about your
membership site.

Remember that if you want to drive traffic to your site, the ebooks and reports that you give
away MUST be excellent.

Article Marketing Mania. Article directories are a wonderful way to drive traffic to your
membership site. They help to establish your credibility and they give potential subscribers a
peek inside the offerings at your site. Also use article marketing to help build a top notch opt-
in list. Always include a link back to your website or sales page.

Fabulous Forums, blogs, and chat rooms. Forums, chat rooms, and blog posts are a good
way to get the word out quickly about your membership site. Most forums, chat rooms, and
even blogs will allow you to place a link back to your website in your signature link. Consider
that many of the people you speak to in these venues may not be ready to purchase but they
will be a good resource in the future – if you collect their information.

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                                            Tip #5

        Don’t Miss Out - 3 Membership Marketing Profit Plans
Presumably, you have a membership website to make money or you’re thinking about starting
a membership site to make money. Either way if you’re not taking advantage of these three
profit plans, you’re missing out.

Profit Plan #1 - Thriving Affiliate Programs - Affiliate marketing is a great way to make
ongoing extra income from your membership site with very little effort. It’s also important to
note that your members do want to learn from you so you’ll want to balance affiliate
promotions with your own products too. You won’t be an expert in every subject and so
complimentary products are a great way to increase income; just make sure the products
aren’t directly competing with what you have to offer.

Really make affiliate programs work for you:

   1. Select affiliate programs that are relevant to your niche subject to retain the credibility
      of your site and entice your members into purchasing the products they need. Find
      affiliate products which are complimentary to your own, not competitive.

   2. Pre sell the product to your members. This will make it much more likely that they will
      buy when they reach the merchant’s site. Write a personal review or interview the
      product owner.

   3. Weave affiliate links into your content on your site. Simply writing product reviews or
      blogging about why you like the product from a personal standpoint is often enough for
      your members to trust your recommendation and want to buy from you.

Profit Plan #2 – Advertising Aces - AdSense is a simple way to make money from your free
membership site. Every time someone clicks on the Ads you’ll get paid a certain amount per
click. The amount will vary from niche to niche but over time particularly if you have a large
membership base will be very profitable.

   1. To really make advertising pay on your membership site you must have a very large
      membership base. Consider having low subscription fees or completely free
      membership if you plan to make advertising your main revenue stream.

   2. Make sure your AdSense links really are relevant to your niche topic and add valuable
      content to your site to retain credibility with your members. For more control, select
      default advertisements to use instead.

Profit Plan #3 - Selling Superior Information - Want a great, and inexpensive way to
increase membership site revenue and value? Sell information products. Ebooks, reports,
online classes, workshops, tutorials, audio files, videos, and even software can be created for
a relatively low cost and sold for a tremendous profit.

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The great thing about many of these products is that they are instantly downloadable by your
members. This means that they get instant gratification and you don’t have to deal with the
cost of production. Once your product is complete, it’s ready to go and can be distributed an
unlimited number of times.

Make maximum revenue!

•   Superior products result in superior profits. Make your e-book superior with a high level of
    research, writing, and graphics and illustrations.

•   Promote early. Promote the e-book on your site and in your members’ forum. Put
    extracts from the book onto your site to get members excited about reading more.

•   Offer incentives. Use your e-book as an incentive to subscribe to your site. If you give
    your e-book to members for free when they sign up consider offering them the book in
    installments or chapters to integrate them into your community.

•   Weave affiliate links into your information products to ensure that they carry on producing
    revenue for you even after they have been sold.

                                            Tip #6

    3 More Ways to Make Mega Money With Your Membership Site

In a previous article we talked about selling information products. In this article we’re going to
take it a step further.

Superior serialized information products are an excellent source of revenue because they
can be released in installments, which generate interest in your membership site and
products over an extended period of time. (it also gives you multiple opportunities to contact
the media and send announcements to your list)

Possibly even better is the fact that serialized products sell for more money. Courses,
tutorials, and even books work wonderfully as serial products. Audio interviews and training
videos work well too.

If you already offer information products on your site, consider breaking one of them into
several small parts and selling them as reports. This gives members the option to purchase
just one report at a time or they may be enticed into buying the whole package, and if a
member chooses to buy just one report and is happy with it, there is a good chance they will
buy several more, making you a reasonable amount of income.
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Selling Profitable PLR Content. Any membership site, no matter what your topic, can offer
PLR content and make great money. When you sell PLR content, you’re selling content
about a particular topic for people to use for their own purposes. The PLR content is sold to a
number of people so it’s not exclusive content.

Having a regular number of articles or information products to sell to an exclusive group of
members of your site will provide you with another income stream. Consider having an
‘upgraded’ membership that includes access to this PLR material, only open to an exclusive
number of members.

Making Your Product Sales Skyrocket - Your most profitable market will always be
customers who have already bought from you. This means it will be easier to concentrate on
making money from back-end sales rather than trying to get new customers.

Back-End Sales

The principle of back-end sales is that when a member buys one product from you, you tailor
your marketing specifically for them to encourage them to buy something else, usually of
higher value.


Do you want fries with that? Upselling is a straightforward concept. Use it to increase the
revenue you produce from individual product sales on your membership site. When a
member buys one product, you simply offer them additional products to complement it,
possibly at a reduced cost.

Cross selling

Cross selling is a process where you refer a customer to a relevant product on another
website after they have bought one on your membership site. The other person in turn will do
the same for you. Direct the person to another product or membership site offer owned by

                                            Tip #7

            Managing Membership Fees for Maximum Results
How you set up your site has a tremendous impact on the amount of money that you will
make. Free membership sites do very well with Adsense revenue and product revenue.
However fee based sites stand to make money in a variety of ways. Here are your
subscription options and how to make the most of them:

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Standard Monthly Subscriptions are the normal course of action for a membership site. They
work well for a well maintained website where the content is always fresh and you’re always
providing value. (If it isn’t, members won’t renew.)

The standard monthly membership site looks like this:

       •   Members have access to a large amount of quality information about your niche
           subject, whether that is in the form of interviews, audio course or articles.

       •   Members are able to access to a forum where they discuss aspects of your niche
           subject, ask advice, and network with people who are also interested in that niche

       •   Members have access to some free downloadable products such as e-books,
           seminars, and audio files.

Upgraded subscriptions, like silver, gold, and platinum, are a profitable alternative to the
standard monthly subscription model. It is one way of initially wetting the appetites of your
members and to get them involved in the site so that they spend more money in the future.

Don’t forget to lure your subscribers into upgrading their membership by offering benefits and
making upgrades available often.

A one-time joining fee model works well if you plan on continually offering content, valued
added resources, and multiple streams of revenue. You may also charge a one-time fee to
join as well as a monthly subscription. This model creates an impression of esteem and a
high level of credibility. Additionally, it will only attract members that are truly interested in
your site.

How much will you charge?

First and foremost, don’t be afraid to charge subscribers what you’re worth – even if you
consider it to be fairly high.

People know that they have to pay for quality and they’re willing to do it. Additionally, you
know that your members are serious about belonging to your website.

Make your site worth the money. If you charge a high monthly subscription, make sure that
you continually offer high quality products. One low quality product will cost you a member
and years and years of profits.

If you’re offering a one time subscription, say of $1000, then you want to make sure that you
have multiple streams of income in place so that you continue to make money. .

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                                            Tip #8

  Building Your Brand – 5 Keys to Membership Site Recognition
Imagine how fantastic it would be to have people all around you see your logo and instantly
recall your business. We’re talking immediate and permanent brand recognition. Here are
three keys to get you where you want to be.

Key #1 - Your Logo

Think about YouTube and Both of those websites have a tremendous
presence on the internet and both have an outstanding logo. You see it anywhere, on a pen
or the side of a bus and you instantly recognize the company.

Think of the benefit your website would receive with such a powerful tool. A memorable, eye
catching logo will do more to promote your brand than pages and pages of sales copy.
Here’s what to do to make yours stand out.

        1. Simple shapes and strong colors work best in logo design.

        2. Choose something that is significant and individual for your site. You are unlikely
           to create the perfect logo using clipart.

        3. You don’t want your logo to look too much like someone else’s or you may face
           legal action for trademark violation.

        4. Check that any symbols you use in your logo aren’t going to be seen as offensive
           by other cultures. The internet is a worldwide market and you don’t want to upset
           your potential customers.

        5. Incorporate a slogan or statement. Place your USP right in front of them, where it
           won’t be ignored.

        6. Don’t forget to use your logo everywhere.

Key #2 - Find a style and stick to it. Repetitive design elements are crucial to building your
brand. This means if your logo and website are orange and blue, your newsletter will repeat
those elements, your information products will repeat those elements. This holds true for
fonts, shapes, colors, everything that goes into the look and feel of your website.

Key #3 - Newsletters. Brand awareness is about communication. Newsletters are an
excellent way to connect with your audience, and beyond, on a regular basis. Remember to
continue your design throughout your newsletter and make sure that the content rocks so
people will forward it and thus increase your readership and subscription list.

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Key #4 - Articles. Downloadable articles will be shared. Published articles demonstrate a
higher level of credibility and reach a broader audience. Free article websites draw traffic.
There’s no two ways about it, articles are an outstanding marketing and branding tool. Define
your look, define your voice and you’ll define and brand your business.

Key #5 - Your everlasting ‘About Us’ section. Who is on your team, enquiring minds want
to know. It’s true, people like to know a little bit about who they’re dealing with and your about
us page is the best way to tell them. Not only that, it helps to establish your brand by giving
folks an inside look. Information like credentials, personal interests, passions, and anything
relevant to the site help to establish your business

                                            Tip #9

         Attracting Affiliates And Helping Them Sell Your Site
                              If You Build it… They Will Come?

No doubt about it, how you promote your affiliate program and who you get to sell your site is
the key to your program’s success.

So who makes a good affiliate marketer? Who do you want selling your website?

There is no one better than your own members. Who knows your website better? Who
knows the ins and outs and the total benefit of membership? Okay, so your own members
are a great place to start but who else?

How about?
  • Business owners with related but not competitive businesses.
  • Join affiliate marketing or related forums.
  • Promote your membership and affiliate program through article marketing.
  • Seek joint venture partners and contact them individually.
  • Get current affiliates to recruit new ones by offering a two tier affiliate recruitment

Here’s what to expect from a great affiliate partner:

Affiliate marketing partners use affiliate programs to make additional revenue from their
websites, and each site will likely feature a number of affiliate programs. They use the basic
tools you provide for them, but may not put a lot of work into promoting your product.

Super affiliates build a website around your affiliate program and really promote your product.
They use all the marketing material you provide them to pre-sell your membership site to their
customers before they follow the link to your site. They may even have a customer list to

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promote your product to. Using this type of affiliate results in more sales, but may also
require paying them a higher commission.

JV partners provide targeted marketing to their own customer list. You may work with your JV
partner to come up with specific offers that will appeal to their particular audience. This
customized marketing results in a higher conversion rate often requiring a higher commission.

What tools do you need to provide for your affiliates to succeed beyond your wildest

A link back to your site and some form of advertising such as a banner or side bar.

Detailed information about your product, including selling points, what makes it different from
other products, and its value.

Ad copy, free reprint articles, email promos, free brandable reports (which affiliates will brand
with their own link), and even a free ebook.

The more tools you give your affiliates the better. Stay in touch with your affiliates and give
them tips on how they can improve their sales conversions.

How to keep your affiliates selling and selling and selling…

Let’s face it, interest wanes. The initial enthusiasm an affiliate may feel about promoting your
product is likely to decline as they find new affiliate programs to join and new exciting
products to sell. They may not want to keep on repetitively pushing your membership site to
their customers and so their sales performance will inevitably drop.

One way to keep your affiliates selling is to regularly send them new material. Different
advertisements, articles to reprint, and new graphics will all add valuable content to an
affiliate’s website, or give them a reason to promote your product again in their newsletters.

Another way to motivate your affiliates is to:

•   Run contests.
•   Pay them well.
•   Provide them with an abundance of marketing and promotional material.
•   Get them involved in the community.

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                                            Tip #10

                   Perfect Partners Equal Profound Profits

                              How to find the perfect JV partner

When you establish your membership site, it is possible to do absolutely everything yourself.
It is possible to design the site, produce all of the content, articles and products for sale, and
spend a long time putting together a mailing list of prospective members to try to sell the site

Why would you want to do that?

Team up with joint venture partners and establish a mutually beneficial relationship, (and start
making a profit from your project in less time than you ever thought possible.)

What sort of people make great JV partners?

Anybody involved in the internet marketing industry or your specific niche can be a joint
venture partner. One of the most common joint ventures occurs when one partner has a new
product to sell and another partner has an existing mailing list to promote that product to.

Although this is the most common setup, joint ventures can be arranged between any of the
following partners:

   •   Membership sites
   •   Promoters
   •   Customer mailing list owners
   •   Trainers
   •   Copywriters
   •   AdSense marketers
   •   Subject matter experts
   •   Consultants

So how do you find good JV partners?

Step 1 - Decide what you need from your joint venture partner. What expertise or
resources do they need to posses to contribute to your project?

If you are looking for someone to promote your membership site it may be tempting to
approach the internet marketers that own the largest mailing lists. However, it may be more
productive to look for individuals that are experts in your niche subject, whose customer lists
will be more targeted to your project even if they are not as extensive.

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Step 2 - Networking is the key to finding a great joint venture partnership.

If you identify someone you would like to partner with, be careful about how you approach
them. If you think they would make a good JV partner, the chances are many other internet
marketers will have the same idea and they will get asked on a regular basis.

The following tips may help you when contacting your prospective JV partner:

       •   Find out everything about what they do beforehand. Read any reports or e-books
           they have written.

       •   If they have a membership site, sign up for it and get to know their subscribers. Is
           the project you want to involve this person in, or the product you want to sell really
           appropriate for their customers?

       •   Marketing Seminars offer a multitude of networking possibilities. Many great joint
           ventures have been conceived over a drink in the hotel bar, or over dinner at one of
           these seminars.

Step 3 - Contacting a potential partner with your proposal.

    • Try to get hold of their telephone number if possible rather than sending an e-mail.

    • If you must send an e-mail, make it a personal one and not a standard request, or the
       chances are they will simply delete it.

    • You need to try to build a relationship with this person. If they are going to enter a
      project with you, and potentially promote your product to their customers, they will
      want to know something about you and the way you work.

    • Don’t give them a sales pitch. A more straightforward approach will be appreciated.

    • Don’t assume they are only interested in the amount of money they can make from
      your project. They may be more concerned about the quality of your membership site
      and their credibility with their existing customer list.

In Conclusion

Thanks for taking the time to read Volume 1 of our Membership Millionaire Marketing Tips
series. We know you are going to find this series a real benefit to your own membership site
development quest.

It’s highly recommended that you print out this report and sit down with a cup of your favorite
brew, pen & highlighter pen in hand, to really absorb the material presented here!

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Look out for Volume 2 of the Membership Millionaire Marketing Tips series! It’s jam
packed with another 10 explosive membership site building tips!

As always, our very best wishes and here’s to your Membership Millions…


Jeremy Gislason
Simon Hodgkinson

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