Joint Ventures are a hot topic. There is a lot of talk in the Internet marketing community about how to “JV”. This past weekend, I was a featured speaker at JV Alert Live conference In San Diego. Talking with so many people about their concept of what a “joint venture” really is led me to create this weeks podcast. In this episode we will discuss:
- what a joint venture is
- how to create joint ventures
- pitfalls to avoid.
I also have a couple of great interviews that I gathered while I was at the conference.
We will hear from our Lifestyle Business correspondent, Stu McLaren.
Finally, for those who are a bit geeky, I will tell you about my new mobile podcasting rig.
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But I wanted to keep the audio quality high level, without taking my regular studio gear.
Therefore, I invested in a couple of microphones – specifically, the Audio-Technica ATR2100. These mics render superior sound, and they are very inexpensive.
Modern Christianity is indeed about signs and wonders… they see our signs, and it makes them wonder!
Nobody knows what we're for
only what we're against
when we judge the wounded
What if we put down our signs
crossed over the lines
and loved like You did
Casting Crowns, “Jesus Friend of Sinners”
Who are you to pass judgment on the servant of another? It is before his own master that he stands or falls. And he will be upheld, for the Lord is able to make him stand. Romans 14:4
Lifestyle Business Correspondent
This week we have another segment from Stu McLaren
Feature Story: How To Do Joint Ventures
- Why are Joint Ventures important?
- What is a Joint Venture?
- How to “do” Joint Ventures
- What to avoid
”Networking is mostly about showing genuine interest in other people.”
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