10 Done-for-You Blog Posts & Emails: Leveraging Partnerships
NOTE: These blog posts and emails work well with any product or offer about knowing your customers, whether it’s one of ours from Mentor Virtual Agency or your own.
In our pack of 10 Done-for-You Blog Posts & Email Swipes on Leveraging Partnerships, you’ll get 5 pre-written blog posts and 5 pre-written emails that you can customize and add directly into your blog or email autoresponder.
Use them to get more traffic to your website and to nurture relationships with people who are interested in using joint venture partnerships to grow their business. Or, just keep them in your content library for when you’re stuck for ideas and need something to blog about or email!
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With this set of blog posts and email swipes, you’ll get 5 pre-written blog posts and 5 pre-written emails that are easy to customize, with areas clearly marked for where you should add your own personal info and links. You’ll see the blog posts and emails cover various topics around ways to use joint venture partners in order to grow your business. Here are the specific topics:
Contents are delivered as .docx & .txt formats.
As you can see, Mentor Virtual Agency products pack in a lot of value.
That’s because as sales and marketing specialists, we develop top-notch material for you.
So you don’t have to spend months to research the topic, narrow down the key points, outline a logical flow, design learning activities, write all the content, develop worksheets and checklists, create the slideshow, design graphics, edit and proofread everything, and make it look professional.
And you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to hire a team to do all of that for you.
Instead, you can easily and quickly create your own product…
With help from a company with a long track record of success…
You can earn more money, work fewer hours, and become the authority in your market.
All for significantly less than trying to do the same thing on your own.
Your license gives you the rights to edit or cut up the content into sections, combine it with other content, or transform it to other media formats (such as audio, video, graphics, etc).
You can then share or sell the content with paid customers or prospects who have given you contact details.
The exception is the content meant for promotion, such as tweets, blog posts, and graphics. You can publish those freely anywhere on the web to drive traffic to your site and offers.
You are not allowed to sell or give away a license or the editable files to anyone else. That means you can NOT sell or share the Private Label Rights (PLR), Resell Rights, or Master Resell Rights to anyone.
Also, you are not allowed to publish the content freely on the web where anyone can read or download it, including free membership sites or forums. The exception is promotional materials, as mentioned above. This protects the value of your content.
You have the option to rewrite it if you choose, but it is not necessary. However, we recommend that you rewrite and add to any web-based content that you want found by search engines (like Google), so that it will rank higher in search engines. Adding value to existing content is also important, such as additional images, examples, stories, or lists of resources. By adding your own personal examples and experience, you’ll boost your reputation and credibility exponentially.
Pricing your content is always a challenge and it depends on your own market. Some people charge $97 for a webinar series. Others add it to a $27/month paid membership program each month. And some have charged as much as $1997 for a full training program with coaching added.
Take a look at what competitors and similar businesses are charging in your industry. Then find your own middle ground based on how you want to position yourself.
We recommend that you never charge less than $27 and charge more if you’re adding live or video elements. Charge even more if you’re adding coaching.
We have a number of tutorials and videos in our blog, as well as a list of our favorite resources we use in our own business.
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