Do you run a business blog? Do you have a radio or television show that targets people who’d like to own their own businesses someday? Do you have a podcast that’s focused on small business? Are prospective franchise owners absorbing your content?
Would you like to offer even more value to your audience than you already are?
Better yet, would you like to be a hero in their eyes?
Seriously; if you’d like to help your audience learn all they can about becoming the owner of a business ( a franchise-type of business in this case), including how they can become super-successful, while at the same time lowering their financial risk-big-time, look what I’m offering to do for you;
In celebration of my first hardcover book, Become a Franchise Owner! The Start-Up Guide to Lowering Risk, Making Money, and Owning What You Do, published by John Wiley & Sons, I’ll;
- Write a blog post for you, (which is one less thing that you’ll have to do)
- Set aside a block of time for you to interview me for your business podcast
- Set aside some time for you to interview me on your radio program,TV/Web show, or any other audio/visual platform
- Answer interview questions via email that you can post on your website or blog
“The decision to become a franchise owner is a big one—you would be crazy to even consider making it without Joel Libava’s years of experience in your corner.” — John Jantsch, author of Duct Tape Marketing and The Referral Engine
In addition, I’m open to having a conversation with you about book giveaways, trips to Vegas, (kidding), or maybe we can work out you awarding a free franchise advisory session for one of your readers, followers, listeners, viewers, etc.
Could there be other opportunities for us to work together? Do you have any strategic partnership ideas? Is there a way that we can help others get into business…safely? Let’s talk.
The publishing of my new book on franchise business ownership couldn’t have been timed better; millions of really talented people are out of work, and some of them are seriously thinking of taking the plunge into business ownership.
From the book’s inside flap;
“With more and more professionals looking for alternatives to traditional corporate employment, Become a Franchise Owner! explains the joys and perils of the franchise model. Joel Libava, “The Franchise King®,” offers straightforward, step-by-step tips and advice on how to properly (and carefully) research and select a franchise business. Through real-world examples, Libava also details what not to do when buying a franchise—errors that could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars when you’re finally forced to walk away from a failed business.”
Are you ready to offer some actionable advice and tips to your audience?