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It’s confirmed, I’ll be heading to Las Vegas in late January for Shawn Collins’ Affiliate Summit West 2007.
I’ll be heading to the US for this event which’ll be useful to bring my affiliate marketing skills to a new level.
Highlights for the event include topics such as:
- Marketing Your Affiliate Site – Outside of the Box
- How to Recruit Super Affiliates
- Optimizing with Your Merchant Partner
- The Current State of Online Lead Generation
- Anatomy of a Viral Video — Maximum ROI
- Search Affiliates: Partners or Parasites?
- Optimizing Landing Pages
- Next Generation Affiliate Recruitment – Why What You Know Doesn’t Work Anymore
- Panel: Lead Generation the New Kids On the Block
What I’m looking forward to though are three sessions: (more…)
Internet Marketers can be unpredictable.
Especially after an info-packed gruelling 4 days of seminars.
Andrew Wee, David Cavanagh and hapless WIS Singapore participant
It was a pleasure to meet David Cavanagh after talking to him on the Warrior Forum (in honesty, we were commenting on the same threads.)
And he’s surely one of the most colorful personalities I’ve met thus far.
If WIS has an award for “Most (more…)
Marketing Guru Jay Abraham delivered the World Internet Summit Singapore keynote and though his advice could be applicable to both brick-and-mortar as well as online businesses, I believe that Internet Marketers could take heed from his advice.
In my opinion, the major issue for Internet Marketers is that we can lose focus and waste resources and time in the process.
Although the online cost of failure is very low, proceeding without a clear plan could be equally frustrating because of the inability to reach our desired outcome.
Jay gave some useful steps which I list below:
Marketing Guru Jay Abraham
This is the “Secret Formula” which really isn’t (more…)
It’s 630am and shortly, I’ll be heading to World Internet Summit featuring the likes of Jay Abraham (I heard a rumor that he might be doing a video conference in, rather than appear in person – let’s see if it’s true) with Tom Hua, Brett McFall, Stephen Pierce, Jo Han Mok, Ewen Chia, Rick Raddatz, David Cavanagh, John Childers, Willie Crawford (I’m looking forward to meeting him after talking to him a couple of times on the Warrior Forum) , Michael Cheney and Matt Bacak.
There’s going to be a crowd of about 1,000, so it’ll be a fun event.
If you’re one of my regular blog readers, come over and say hi.
There’s a chance I might be called to stage (I still have no idea yet).
So the following will be useful (more…)
Are you hesistant about growing your business?
I’ve noticed that too many people waste the opportunities they’re given when they go to events.
Look at this logically: there’re tons of people at the event. A lot of them could be potential customers, some even loyal lifetime customers. And a select few could be invaluable joint venture partners.
Wouldn’t it be silly to squander (more…)
It’s 5:55am as I’m writing this.
I’m quite psyched about World Internet Summit Singapore, having secured my place for the event yesterday evening.
It’s quite a stellar lineup and I’m particularly looking forward to getting a chance to catch Willie Crawford, Rick Raddatz and Matt Bacak in action.
The one thing I’m looking forward to the most though is Jo Han and Ewen’s World Internet Summit challenge.
How long does product creation, sales copy generation and a product launch take?
A week? 2 weeks? A month?
Jo Han and Ewen will do all this in 2 hours.
I got some insider info… (more…)