Is our up and down weather getting you down? Or maybe the up and down economy? Why not join me for August 19th to 22nd in Atlanta, Georgia this summer? Often called Hotlanta, you’ll finally get real warm weather. And as for the economy, you’ll be learning so much about marketing on the Internet and meeting so many influential people, that you’ll be taking your business to a new level that doesn’t depend on the current economy where you live.
I’ve mentioned before on this blog that I attend NAMS (Niche Affiliate Marketing Systems) twice a year. But did I ever tell you that this live workshop isn’t just about affiliate marketing, although Lynn Terry (that’s her on the left of the photo below), a superaffiliate, is one of the featured trainers?
In the past, we’ve covered writing press releases and actually done them during class. We watch behind the scenes as teleseminars, webinars, and products are created. We learn about copywriting from Karon Thackston, article marketing from Jeff Herring, video promotions from Maritza Parra, membership sites from Kathleen Gage, and Blogging from Denise Wakeman. Often we put what we watch into practice in a hands-on component. And those are just some of the experts represented. Every year new faculty join NAMS and it’s becoming a who’s who of the Internet marketing world.
Yet, NAMS remains easy enough for beginners, social enough that you can enjoy a chat with all the trainers. Note I call them trainers, not just presenters, because the goal of every marketer teaching at NAMS is to give you the tools to do what they do. There are four tracks: absolute beginner, beginner, intermediate, and advanced. You decide yourself which of those tracks you belong to and can change if you find another area suits you better. In fact, although I spend most of my time in the intermediate room, I’ll sometimes head over to the beginner group to fill in any gaps in my Internet education. The only exception to that is the advanced group – these are marketers that are already making a full-time living online and want to get to the next level, so their sessions are unrecorded and meant for that elite group.
As August gets closer, the anticipation heats up and everyone enrolled becomes really eager for NAMS to start. If you’re on Twitter, you can see the excitement building up at #nams. Another reason I like attending is because it’s reasonably priced. Since I’m coming from Canada, I have to be choosy about the events I attend, and I appreciate the low cost of admission. I usually share a room with some of the other attendees, so it becomes very affordable. And the reason I’m mentioning NAMS again, as well as the fact I’m getting more eager as the days pass, is because David Perdew, the creator of NAMS, has one last special offer.
Please let me know if you decide to attend NAMS and I’ll do my best to introduce you and make you feel welcome. I know you won’t regret your time in Atlanta this August. Hope to see you there!
To your online success,