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Partnering Profits is both a true statement and the name of Brian Clark and Jon Morrow’s new training where you can get free cool stuff!

If you have read my free ebook, Authority Alliances, you know I believe that partnering has been a huge factor in me being able to make an income online. For those of you who haven’t read it, you might want to subscribe now and grab your copy. Existing subscribers just go to the download page.

Already I have had feedback that my small free ebook has helped people put together joint ventures and team projects. Just think what you could do with Brian and Jon’s detailed partnering blueprint?

Go grab the free Partnering Profits ebook and live teleclass. Believe me, the stuff Brian and Jon have put together goes way further than my introduction to the topic and it will blow your mind with the possibilities for your own business.

Partnering Really Does Produce Profits

Right from the start of my online career I have been collaborating.

Rather than try to do everything yourself you can gain the benefit of key resources from those best able to provide them. It’s the most efficient route to success.

You will likely already be aware of some of my past collaborations, such as co-authoring books like the ProBlogger Book, and startups such as Performancing. Right now as well as working on several websites with business partners, I am partnering on a banner ad network, a web application aimed at small businesses and a competitor analysis tool. Several more projects are in discussion. On top of that I have partners who refer me consulting work or send me Authority Blogger customers.

Each collaboration or joint venture leads to more opportunities. So as well as my income far exceeding what I would have been able to create alone, in addition it is through these projects that I have met cool people like Brian Clark in the first place.

Partner Up and Profit Now!

Why struggle to do everything on your own? People are out there ready, willing and able to help if you can approach the right people and cut the right deal. You can learn the full strategies and how to approach it with their course eventually, but even if you just take the free stuff I am sure you will have enough ideas to take you to the next stage of your business.

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  1. I don’t want to purely work by myself anymore either. I want to team up and start outsourcing some of my work and partnering up to make a whole bunch of money and have a whole lot of fun too.
    This is a great idea

  2. I don’t want to purely work by myself anymore either. I want to team up and start outsourcing some of my work and partnering up to make a whole bunch of money and have a whole lot of fun too.
    This is a great idea

  3. Interesting article. What safeguards have you got in place if your relationship turns sour and one of you wants to walk away?

    I have read plenty of stories about partnerships that have turned sour and the business has gone down the pan because the other party has taken something away that they shouldn’t have.

    I’m not a doom and gloom merchant far from it,just like to see the flip side of the coin.

  4. Interesting article. What safeguards have you got in place if your relationship turns sour and one of you wants to walk away?

    I have read plenty of stories about partnerships that have turned sour and the business has gone down the pan because the other party has taken something away that they shouldn’t have.

    I’m not a doom and gloom merchant far from it,just like to see the flip side of the coin.

  5. @Ryan – I find when things are not going well it is good to have someone else in there with you, and of course the upside is far greater when you share the load :)

    @Richard – You have to work with people you like and trust, but also start small and work up to the bigger risks. The more you work with individuals the more you work out what they can handle, and the kind of people they are. At this point I would 100% trust the people I partner with but when you first meet of course you need to be cautious. You might be surprised how few times I have required any contracts, even though I hardly ever meet these folks in person.

  6. @Ryan – I find when things are not going well it is good to have someone else in there with you, and of course the upside is far greater when you share the load :)

    @Richard – You have to work with people you like and trust, but also start small and work up to the bigger risks. The more you work with individuals the more you work out what they can handle, and the kind of people they are. At this point I would 100% trust the people I partner with but when you first meet of course you need to be cautious. You might be surprised how few times I have required any contracts, even though I hardly ever meet these folks in person.