Will You Promote or Review My Product/Book/Movie On Your Website and Mailing Lists?
26 May 2009 9:17 PM
I am always open to reviewing and/or promoting quality products and services on my websites and to my visitors. However, I have very strict guidelines about who I will partner with. This is to ensure that your offering would be in the best interests of those who place their trust and confidence in me.
At this time, I am only accepting new partnership requests from people I know personally.
More specifically, people I physically know in-person.
The only exceptions to this policy are for:
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Interview and telesummit requests
And partners I already have an existing long-term relationship with and the only barrier to our physical meeting has been time and/or location.
That said, I am frequently attending industry masterminds and live events where I meet most of my partners. I also meet potential partners when they visit and/or are local to California, or if I am traveling to their geographic location.
After we've met in person, if we mutually decide that we are interested in collaborating together and sharing our work with each others' audiences, I will need links to all of your pages that my audience might see. This includes subscribe pages for free gifts, salespages, upsell pages, and download links to review your program.
Additionally, I require all new partners to be compliant with the all FTC guidelines, industry standards for integrity, and the
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, including the vendor guidelines. Your testimonials must be real.
With regards to your website, I will not mail to any pages that have on-exit popups which 'hijack' the visitor's session. Therefore, if you use popups on your site then they will need to be removed from all pages that my audience would visit.
I also will not promote offerings where the main program presenter is not real. My integrity is too valuable for me to allow it to be questioned because a person did not put his or her own name on their products.