Form Joint Venture Partnerships To Sell Online Courses
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Form Joint Venture Partnerships To Sell Online Courses

Learn how to form joint venture partnerships to sell online courses, start businesses, startups and more.
4.7 (36 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
8,280 students enrolled
Created by John Shea
Last updated 10/2016
English [Auto-generated]
Price: Free
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand different types of joint venture partnerships
  • Where to find joint venture partners online
  • How to leverage interviews to form good business relationships
  • What to look for in a joint venture partner
  • Know what tools you should use for communicating with your partner
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  • Bring an open mind willing to work with others!
  • Google Drive, Scheduling software (optional), Skype

*Updated October 2016*

Have you ever wanted to sell courses online with a partner?

In this course I discuss everything you need to know about forming joint venture partnerships online.

This course is perfect for those who are looking to form business partnerships, startups, or want to learn more about selling products online with others.

Here is what I cover:

  • How to find Joint Venture Opportunities online
  • How to leverage interviews to start real business relationships
  • What you should be looking for in a business partner
  • How to split revenue with your partners
  • Tools you can use to be more productive in a partnership
  • Lessons I've learned from past partnerships, both the good and the bad

I even include 3 real examples of partnerships I've formed with other online entrepreneurs and cover them in great detail.

If you have ever considered working online with others, this course is exactly what you need!

Who is the target audience?
  • Those who are interested in selling online courses with a partner
  • If you do not work well with others this course would not be for you!
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Curriculum For This Course
19 Lectures
Introduction To The Course
2 Lectures 02:53

This is the introduction to the course.

What To Expect From This Course

In this video I explain the types of joint venture partnerships out there.

Types of Joint Venture Partnerships
How To Form The Best Relationships with Highly Successful Entrepreneurs
4 Lectures 17:47

You can use forums such as the WarriorForum to find Joint Venture opportunities.

Where To Find Joint Venture Partners

Using interviews is a powerful tactic that you can use for forming great partnerships.

Leveraging Interviews To Build Relationships

I Impressed a successful blogger by going through one of his programs and going above and beyond what most other students would do in order to form a partnership.

The Long Term Approach To Impress Others

Some suggestions on what you should be looking for in a good JV partner.

What to look for in a good partner to JV with
Example Partnerships I've Formed
3 Lectures 10:58

This is the LightningRank SEO service I formed with Jon Haver.

SEO Service

This is an example of a product I helped Vinny transform into a membership site which we eventually decided to launch on Udemy.

Udemy Course Example #1

This is an eBook I turned into a video course with Victor Pride using Udemy.

Udemy Course Example #2
Tools for Building Upon a Good Partnership
3 Lectures 08:10

Using Skype, Google Hangouts and email are some of the best ways to keep communication consistent.

Skype & Google Hangouts

Using a tool to help plan meetings will be crucial if you live in different time zones, use a tool like Schedule once to do this for you.

Scheduling Meetings - Tools You Can Use

I use Google Drive as a way to keep track of progress and tasks that need to be completed when working on projects together. It's easy to share documents and work on them at the same time during calls.

Using Google Drive for tasks
Splitting Commissions With Your Partner
2 Lectures 06:16

In this video I show you how you can split instructor revenue with Udemy, it is very easy to do and is a very "hands off" setup.

How To Split Revenue With Udemy Courses

JvZoo is a great platform for splitting revenue when selling digital products outside of Udemy. I highly recommend it.

How To Split Revenue with Jvzoo
Lessons Learned: The Good & The Bad
3 Lectures 08:49

It would be a safe move to make sure you've created some documents covering the terms of your partnership. This way there is no misunderstandings when working on your product launch, course or business.

Signing Documents To Cover Terms

When forming a partnership it's important to not set yourself up to fail or hit a roadblock because you absolutely needed your partner to finish a project.

One example might be relying on them to promote your content or to build an aspects of the business.

If you can 100% do everything required to get your idea or project off of the ground this will be the absolute best position you can be in. If they walk away for any reason you will easily be able to complete the project.

Don't Rely 100% on Others To Achieve Success

I talk about a bad business deal I jumped into and talk about why you should be careful when working with people online. Even signed documents won't always save you if something does not go as planned.

A Flippa Deal Gone Wrong - Don't Make This Mistake
2 Lectures 06:07

Thanks for going through this course, I hope the content I shared was helpful and the real partnership examples I provided have gotten you thinking about how you can go out and start partnering with others to achieve success online!

Conclusion To The Course

Bonus: My Success With Freelancing on UpWork
About the Instructor
John Shea
4.2 Average rating
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65,811 Students
41 Courses
Owner of No Shame Income

I run the online blog No Shame Income where I share what's working for me in the world of online marketing.

I started learning about online marketing as a way to generate additional income, I enjoy connecting with others and helping people achieve their goals.

I have experience with Amazon, eBay, eCommerce, Social Media, SEO, Affiliate Marketing, Podcasting, Lead Generation, Landing Page Design, Wordpress & More.

I have created all kinds of courses on different topics such as Amazon, SEO and starting your own Podcast.