I had the pleasure of getting to test drive and do a JVGenie review and I was happy with what this tool does, so I wanted to share it with you.
Today was one of those days when I got a JV request, glanced over it – and DIDN’T delete it. Most of the time they’re not even worth reviewing. But what always sticks out to me is when someone presents me with a useful resource that solves a question many of YOU ask me about for which I have no good answer.
Those of you who have products or services of your own always ask me where to get affiliates or JV partners. All I could say to date was, “try the JV section of Warrior Forum or start hunting and pecking on Google.”
Not really good solutions. So Chris sent me a basic rundown of what his tool does, gave me a link to the sales page, and offered to set me up a dummy account to test drive it. I watched the video and it was a COOL tool! The video has the wrong price in it, though, but otherwise, it was great!
I logged into my dummy account and made a quick video of me doing it for you so you can see how easy it is to use. Now I did a quick and sloppy test (the one on the sales page is better), but you can see it here:
The tool is called JV Genie – and it goes out with your keywords, grabs the right affiliates/JV partners for you, tells you their traffic and more, gives you their contact info (including profiles to their social sites), and it allows you to email them right from the system or print out a mass snail mail letter using a template like the one you use in an email autoresponder system so you write one letter and it inputs everyone’s name and site.
If you want to watch the official demo – which is better than mine, then you can do that here – but remember his pricing is WAY wrong on the video.
Worth it? Yes – I’m going to test it out for my new Ghostwriting Cash product to find freelance ghostwriting sites and try to secure some JVs with people.
Should you buy JVGenie? NOT if you’re unable to make your mortgage, pay the electric bill or put food on the table! It’s a luxury tool, not a must have – but it’s cool when you an afford it and need it.