I’m always on the lookout for new opportunities to do Joint Venture SEO. I’m always looking for a way to utilise my skills to make money and you may be sitting there with a great idea or product but don’t have the expertise to market it online. Starting out with any business is always hard and with any successful online marketing campaign it doesn’t come cheap. People pay thousands of pounds per month to market their business online to have a real go of it.
Sure there are people who will do cheap SEO, or claim to be SEO’s but are they ever that successful in promoting your product or service?
I get asked regularly to do SEO for a % of a business, in a lot of cases, I have to decline the proposal as the idea or business set up isn’t something I’d consider a good risk to take from my end. Having said this, there are occasions where someone does have a good opportunity and requires my skills to get it off the ground. With Joint Venture SEO there will always have to be a % of the business that comes to myself, what that percentage is will depend on the business proposal but I’m more than happy to listen to any opportunities that are out there to see if I can help you get your business off the ground.
There are a few things I would need to consider before committing to a joint venture. There are people who approach SEO’s every day of the week with ridiculous proposals for a business such as, do the SEO and then i’ll buy the product if and when they rank, and general rubbish like that which most SEO’s will simply decline. It has to be a product or service that is readily available or in-stock otherwise there isn’t much of a proposal to go on. Most businesses require investment or stock to sell unless it’s similar to Digital Marketing you are selling which is your time that I’m selling online.
If you do have a genuine business idea that you would like to discuss and you require an SEO or Digital Marketing to help market the business and want to do some kind of Joint Venture then get in touch and i’ll be more than happy to have a look into the proposal.