I have been working with Marc Milburn since May 2013 to create a suite of products targeted to those people who wish to create a sustainable online business.
Prior to coming online 4.5 years ago, I was a business consultant working with small and medium-sized businesses. Much of what I learnt about offline businesses can be applied to online businesses albeit the processes and jargon are slightly different.
During this time I have worked steadily to ensure that when I launch my product it will not be a shoddy, low-value product because I want to gain a reputation for quality in the market-place.
I have deliberately set my launch date over 2 months from the date that the product is ready for launch in order to recruit affiliates to help me to promote The Way of the Warriors and the other products in the funnel.
I am hoping for support from some high profile marketers like Marc Milburn and John Thornhill but much work needs to be done between now and the planned launch date of 15th January 2014.
If you are a potential affiliate with an established list and would like to review one or more of the products in the funnel, then please feel free to contact me. I welcome feedback and constructive criticism!
I am attending the KISS seminar at Gatwick Airport in 2 days time – who knows perhaps I will meet you there!
An interesting fact about this JV blog is that it is built on the same WordPress installation that holds the membership content – this is made possible by virtue of the outstanding little theme I am using – the Membersonic Theme. This is great value for just $20. It is built on the Genesis Framework and has 4 navigation options, is highly customisable, looks a bit like Optimize Press and is responsive. (Hopefully this tip alone was worth your visit to my JV blog!)
I would just like to add that if you help to promote my products then I will certainly be looking to reciprocate in future – I am now in partnership and networking mode.
(Heck, if you have a high quality product then it is not a prerequisite that you promote me first – I like to promote what I think is best for my customers because I am looking for a long-term relationship with them.)