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Friday, November 30, 2007

The Week Ahead: December 2nd thru 8th

As the year winds down, so do the Internet Marketing Seminars it seems. We still have a few to choose from...

PPC Classroom LIVE!
December 1-2, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

SES Chicago
December 3-6, 2007
Chicago, IL

PubCon
December 4-7, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

Maybe it's Las Vegas week for Internet Marketing in 'The Week Ahead'! ;)

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Last Call For...

Last Call For...

The prize-winner.

So far, it could be you! I have no entries as of this writing and the post scrolled off the page so now you must go looking for it!

I'll give you a hint - it JUST scrolled off.

Go to the post, follow the instructions and you'll be in the running! Be sure I have a way to let you know if you won. Email me if you like with that info: pamhoffmanatcoxdotnet.

Odds are good you could win!

I'll be pulling a name (assuming there is one) on Saturday, December 1st, 2007 as the closing will be November 30th, 2007 at midnight my time - I'm in Southern California = PDT in the USA. That's GMT -08:00 (i just checked!).

I have the prize in mind - depending on whether it is a US citizen or international.

I'm not sure I can offer the one prize (a gift certificate) overseas. The other is a book about Internet Marketing.

Good Luck and GO FOR IT!

Pam Hoffman

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Affiliate Incubator Interview: Pam Hoffman

I recently realized that I never mentioned to you MY experience at Affiliate Incubator.

Find here my own 'interview' from Affiliate Incubator - my very first LIVE! Internet Marketing Seminar.

How did you find out about Affiliate Incubator?

PH: In my research for all LIVE! Internet Marketing Seminars in the world, I run across many interesting Seminars. I kept wanting to go to them. It turns out that there were a couple in the area that particular weekend and I was in a position to go to one. I had to pick only ONE!

I put a lot of thought into which one would serve me better - they were both about the same in $$$ amount (with the earlybird special on the other one). Oh, I expect I would have learned a lot from the other one as well. I had to pick though.

I think I picked Affiliate Incubator since I'm still quite new to all of this. I've heard that most internet marketers start online promoting affiliate programs versus offering their own products. That is certainly true for me. I started working internet marketing in earnest in February 2007. I don't have any products yet. I'm promoting other people's stuff at the moment.

The thing that also appealed to me about AI (Affiliate Incubator) was that they were planning on addressing the affiliate and the affiliate manager. You know at some point, you want to become the one with the product and get the efforts of others to help you sell it.

That is what got me I think.

What did you get out of going to Affiliate Incubator?

PH: I made a large number of contacts, well, large for me anyway. Of all of the Seminars I've been to, this one seemed the most comfortable or the best 'fit' or something. I sure talked a lot more than I'm used to!

I heard a lot of the same things I've been reading about and got a few nuggets of info that were new to me.

When you decide to make online marketing your 'thing' initially, there can be an overwhelming amount of information. One of the first things Russell and Stu did was to organize the first '24 hours' for an affiliate.

This sorting out and organizing were invaluable for me. It gives me a path or a check list for any project. Oh, it may not work out for me personally in the long run. It's sure a good starting point though. When you are asking yourself who to listen to and who to believe, this helps sort things out.

The individual presenters were very informative. I find that, even when I've heard something from someone, hearing it again can be a very different experience. I'm different for one thing. I may have acted upon some of the things - which puts me in a different place to hear their message a little better or something.

It seems like each of these folks have a slightly different way of doing things on the internet. This helps me understand that I need to figure out how things are going to work for me too.

I have a sign on the top of my monitor: "I Gotta' Work it 'til it Works" and that is my idea of utilizing the information I've learned at AI. I don't know that I can do things the same way that these folks have. I sure have a bunch of models to look at. Knowing me, I'll probably synthesize a number of them into something that suits me perfectly.

Time will tell.

And that is what it's all about - spurring on ideas and actions.

I don't plan on doing things like the gurus. I plan on taking their methods and making them mine. I know that I work different than anyone else in the universe and I've got to learn what that is and do that. Little else will work for me I'm betting.

What are the main things you might tell someone considering going to an Internet Marketing Seminar to convince them that they should go?

PH: If you are considering going, of course, I'd like to think I provide a valuable service and I think you should visit my blog. But you knew that, didn't you?

If I were helping someone decide, I'd probably mention that it is pretty hard to lose. Most event planners offer guarantees and if you truely do not make any friends nor learn anything even remotely likely to help your business, ask for your money back!

After that, it's your time you must consider.

I guess, if you can see this being the best use of your time at the moment, by all means, check it out! There is a lot of talent out there and ebooks can only get you so far.

I'm serious about the networking too. Where else are you going to find folks you can learn from and with whom you may form alliances with? It is all up to you.

The speed at which things change, alone, might be the tipping point for you. You can't get some of the stuff they relate to you from products you buy. You might get the information. You might get some questions answered like during a teleseminar. You won't get to compare notes with your neighbor or joke around with other attendees or the presenters. And you need to ask yourself if this information will even be relevant when you finally get that product!

At a Seminar, I think most presenters add value to their presentation by offering you some tidbit they learned just recently a.k.a. the latest and greatest! My feeling is that Stu and Russell did just that for us.

How do you even find that kind of info anywhere else?

You'll never meet the staff behind the 'names' nor their families reading an ebook.

Stu's sister was incredibly helpful during the AI Seminar. I'm always curious to learn, 'how many people' arrived for the Seminar (i've been to a few seminars!). The staff will be the only ones who can tell you stuff like that.

Oodles of things happen in the hallways and the faux-pas can always get deleted!

You know, I think you should Go! If you are at all serious about this internet marketing stuff, you owe it to yourself to take in a Seminar!

Did you learn what you needed from Affiliate Incubator to make it worth your while?

PH: It's possible I'm somewhat unique in that the simple act of going to AI gave me fodder for my blog. Oh, yeah, I sure got a lot out of it personally to help me along in my business.

I feel like this was amplified because of my particluar topic on my blog.

OK, so I got contacts, I got information, I'm getting known in the community and AND I get to write up a bunch of stuff for my blog!

On the downside...

I think I agree with GiGi. I drove home each evening and back the next morning. This makes for a tiring event. If I could have stayed in the hotel, that would have meant more time for networking and less time on the road. I might have rested more like for the lunch breaks. I could have gone to my room for a 'power nap' or whatever. :)

Is there anything else you'd like to say about your experience at Affiliate Incubator?

PH: I think that going to AI solidified my committment to finding all of the LIVE! Internet Marketing Seminars in the world for my visitors.

It locked into me the true value of going to a LIVE! Internet Marketing Seminar in a way that just writing about it can not do.

I can see what I need to do better for my blog and for my work from the experience. I still have much to digest and I'll probably be making references to this for quite awhile yet to come.

Copyright 2007 Pam Hoffman


I thank you for reading and I extend the invitation to you to visit periodically to learn what is happening in the world of LIVE! Internet Marketing Seminars. I'll be logging them for as long as I see the need in the world for people to know where to find these things and how to go.

Pam Hoffman

Friday, November 23, 2007

The Week Ahead: November 25th thru December 1st

We are approaching the end of 2007 and there are still Internet Marketing Seminars to attend to help you change your new year!

Asia Internet Congress
November 28-30, 2007
Singapore

SES Local Search
November 28-30, 2007
Los Angeles, CA

Internet Marketing Conference
November 29-30, 2007
Stockholm, Sweden

PPC Classroom LIVE!
December 1-2, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

Well, now that I'm back home again (and my new tower arrived and is mostly up and running) I can really buckle down and get things organized for you.

There are some new things on the horizon so Stay Tuned!

And..

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving USA!

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Wanna' Win a Prize?

I posted a message recently and I mentioned a prize to be picked at random.

Wanna Win a Prize!?!

Currently, there is NO ONE in the running!

It could be all yours. Just find the post and follow the instructions.

Go Get 'Em!

Pam Hoffman

p.s. be sure there is a way for me to contact you if you win. send email telling me you entered: pamhoffmanatcoxdotnet if that helps you.

good luck!

The Week Ahead: November 16th thru 24th

Sorry this is late - I picked up a virus yesterday and just started feeling better this afternoon.

Let's see, what's going on for next week. Ah, I see a big Holiday Weekend in the USA. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you in the USA!

Finishing Up...

World Internet Summit
November 15-18, 2007
London, England

Internet & Joint Venture Marketing Super Conference
November 16-18, 2007
Orlando, FL

And that's all I have in MY database. If you know of anything, be sure to Let Me Know!

Also, did you see the prize I mentioned in a previous post?

It's wide open so far and the clock is ticking!

Good luck.

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

As great as IM is, it’s no substitute for live face-to-face networking. Find an event in your area and join in the fun. John Chow

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

I Read Your Blog!

I have been reading a bunch of blogs lately and, periodically, I find out that some of these bloggers just went to an Internet Marketing Seminar!

I get to them from my BlogRush widget sometimes and other times, I know about them like johnchow.com and Jeremy Schoemaker's (oh, i knew about Jeremy's tho i never went until i saw a link on BR).

I look around and sometimes I find a way to contact them and ask them for an interview. Other times, I have no idea how to contact them!

I have done interviews in two different ways so far. I spoke with David White on the phone and translated that one into text by hand. Whew! That was really something.

I read a blog post by Andrew Wee right around then about interviewing - he had some terrific ideas. I think I was reading something on johnchow.com (or somewhere) too, about interviewing busy bloggers. Whoever it was said not to bother asking 'may i interview you?' just ask the questions!

Well, I have been doing that ever since. I asked all of the folks I met at Affiliate Incubator a bunch of questions by email and many have already replied. I have most of them up on my blog already (and duh, i never wrote you my thoughts - i'll get right on that later today, i'm writing you an article right now ;).

I'll get the rest of the Affiliate Incubator 'interviews' on the IMSLS (that's short for Internet Marketing Seminar Listing Service) blog as soon as they are ready for you.

I am wondering: How Do I Get Ahold of These Folks To Ask Them About Their Experience?

If you have any ideas, I'm all ears! I sent an email to John Chow a couple of days ago and, yeah, my setup here in Columbus, Ohio ain't the greatest, I know, but I have yet to hear from him!

What's it going to take?

I appreciate any input and, hey I'll pick a commentor and offer a prize. I have something in mind - be sure to add in your email address or email me: pamhoffmanatcoxdotnet so that I can get your address and send it to you!

Prize winner will be picked on December 1st.

Thanks for stopping by,

Pam Hoffman

Monday, November 12, 2007

PPC Classroom LIVE!

Sometimes these things just fall into my email inbox. Like this one, it showed up this morning...

PPC Classroom LIVE!
December 1-2, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

Anik Singal & Jeremy Palmer say...

This is really the FIRST seminar of it's kind where all we are doing is dedicating the entire 2 days to teaching you everything we can on just Pay Per Click Marketing through Google Adwords, Yahoo Search! and Microsoft Ad Center.


If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Affiliate Incubator Interview: GiGi Konwin

The Affiliate Incubator Interviews are still coming so I'll keep posting them for you. I spoke at length with GiGi Konwin during the Seminar, (and a little bit since then) who is just a dear.

Here is HER input from Affiliate Incubator last month...

I asked: How did you find out about Affiliate Incubator?

GiGi said: Actually I won a ticket to the Affiliate Incubator. Jim Morris of Nichebot ran a contest where all you had to do was say why you think you should be one of the winners of the contest. I think sounding pathetic helped - there were 3 other winners.

PH: What did you get out of going to Affiliate Incubator?

GK: Quite a bit. I had decided before I went that I was going to write a blog about the experience for those internet marketers that have never had a chance to go to one of these seminars. It made me take really good notes. I discovered that I really had all the tools I needed, just had to figure out a way to put it all together. I think Russell's last talk on being an entrepreneur really wrapped it all up for me.

PH: What are the main things you might tell someone considering going to an Internet Marketing Seminar to convince them that they should go?

GK: There's always something new to learn. It's a great experience just to be able to talk with other people that understand the "lingo" and know what it is you do. Those of us that sit at home all day in front of a computer need to experience our professions from other people's perspective.


PH: Did you learn what you needed from Affiliate Incubator to make it worth your while?

GK: Well, obviously I did, since I didn't pay for it. Plus I was local to the area - I think that was a drawback for me. I think I would have gotten more out of it if I could have stayed later and "networked" more after hours. I would recommend staying in the seminar hotel if you can afford it.


PH: Is there anything else you'd like to say about your experience at Affiliate Incubator?

GK: Just some tips for others - take business cards, even if all they have on them are your name and email address. Make a real effort to say 'hi' to everyone, including the presenters. I'm basically a pretty shy person, so it was a real effort to do that, but you'll have a much better experience if you do.

PH: Tell me a little bit about what you are doing and be sure to include the website of your choice.

GK: Basically, I have health-related websites, but I have done a blog about my seminar experience. Be sure to read about what goes on at an internet marketing seminar here: Affiliate Marketers Dream

Congratulations on winning GiGi and Thank You for your time! I keep visiting your blog to help remind me of events from Affiliate Incubator.

Copyright 2007 Pam Hoffman & GiGi Konwin


Pam Hoffman

Where In The World???

I just found 3 Internet Marketing Seminars in a row for the month of November! I knew there had to be more out there, the question is 'where in the world?' were they?

One started yesterday! :( I'll keep track of that for next year.

Here are the other two...

World Internet Summit
November 15-18, 2007
London England

Asia Internet Congress
November 28-30, 2007
Singapore

They will be in the regular line up for "The Week Ahead," as they happen.

I'll keep digging!

Pam Hoffman

p.s. If You Go, Let Me Know!

Friday, November 9, 2007

The Week Ahead: November 11th thru 17th, 2007

I love this business where I can work from anywhere. Here I am in Columbus, Ohio helping my mom move into her house and I'm STILL able to bring you the Internet Marketing Seminars which are coming to the world next week. Of Note: PostieCon is happening for free tomorrow in Las Vegas. Click on PostieCon for further information.

Well, here is The Week Ahead...

The Ultimate Small Business Bootcamp
November 10-11, 2007
Alabama

Online Marketing Bootcamp
November 12-16, 2007
Burlington, VT

PubCon Lite
November 14, 2007
Hollywood, CA

PPC Summit
November 15-16, 2007
San Francisco, CA

Internet & Joint Venture Marketing Super Conference
November 16-18, 2007
Orlando, FL

Exocet Customer Appreciation Seminar
November 17
Perth, Australia

Internet Wealth-Building Bootcamps
November 17-18, 2007
Toronto, Ontario

Internet Wealth-Building Bootcamps
November 17-18, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

Ok, That's how next week is shaping up. With any luck, I can get back to my regular posts and you will keep getting all LIVE! Internet Marketing Seminars in the World for the next 12 months!

Oh...

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

On The Road Again!

Hey Gang!

I just cleaned up the laptop at my mom's in Columbus, Ohio so that I can use it to do my work from here. Did you miss me? : )

First of all, the machine wanted to update it's calendar - from 2002!

THEN there was a ton of annoying and malicious adware! I could not get past this one site on the internet - not even to get spybot on here and clean things up. My boyfriend Jeff has just been a sweetheart! He's at a Seminar today (a Real Estate Seminar!!) so I can't directly give him kudos. He'll know soon enough!

So, to make a 10 hour story into a 2 minute post. I did finally get spybot going and then the internet was completely disconnected! I must have cleaned up TOO much. Hey, it was my first time!

I did everything I could think of and then I called the ISP. Who ran me thru a lot of those DOS prompt things and THEY discovered that I had a 'winsock' error.

Well, that meant they couldn't help me! They DID give me the number for the computer manufacturer, one hour call later, and I was online again! I even got to talk with a very nice lady in India (i'm sure).

I have accomplished something I usually let my boyfriend handle. I'm feeling kind of proud of myself today.

OK, now it's back to work!!

Pam Hoffman

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Your Third Affiliate Incubator Interview

Here's a third 'take' on Affiliate Incubator from another attendee I met there.

Terry Hudson takes a totally relaxed attitude to all of this - it's no wonder being from St. Thomas as he is! :)

Here's what he has to say...

I asked: How did you find out about Affiliate Incubator?

Terry said: That's a great question, Pam. I live in St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. Coincidentally, I've been feeling a little isolated as I think I'm the only one doing any Internet Marketing here. I've tried to talk to my friends and whenever I explain what I'm doing, I always get this really puzzled look and then they change the subject.

So when Jim Morris of Niche Bot fame announced his contest I wrote in saying pretty much what I explained above... that no one here understood what I was talking about and that I felt isolated and would like a chance to meet some cool people who had the same interest. I was one of the three chosen to receive a ticket courtesy of Jim.

PH: What did you get out of going to Affiliate Incubator?

TH: Pam, the presenters were all awesome and had their own slant on Affiliate Marketing but, there was one common thread. That was... you have to treat this like a real business, and they all echoed one another when they said you "have to be prepared to fail." Another one of my notes from Russell Brunson says... "failing makes it easier to go to the next step" I guess I'm doing something right then because I've had 3 hard disc failures in the last 18 months and have managed to put my websites and business back on track each time. It's the power here; it continually spikes or cuts off when you least expect it. I guess with each setback, you're actually one step closer to making it (even though you may not realize it.)

PH: What are the main things you might tell someone considering going to an Internet Marketing Seminar to convince them that they should go?

TH: Another good question Pam. I've read numerous times that if you don't get anything else out of an Internet Marketing seminar, the one thing you can take home with you are new friends and potential JV partners. After attending the Affiliate Incubator seminar, I can say that meeting people like you, and all the others sitting around our little group, has to be the highlight of this seminar. Don't get me wrong, I filled my workbook with notes from each speaker and have already implemented a few of the "top dawgs" suggestions. But, in the long run, the relationships I've formed are the first thing on my list of things I took home from this seminar.

PH: Did you learn what you needed from Affiliate Incubator to make it worth your while?

TH: Yes I did! I have pages and pages of notes from all the speakers. Everyone was interesting and had some very good content to pass on.

Also, as I've mentioned, I'm kind of isolated. I've sent my share of emails to well known gurus, but have almost never received a reply. There were several important attendees and speakers that I met, that I believe I could at least get some kind of personal response from now that I've put a face with a name, so to speak.

PH: Is there anything else you'd like to say about your experience at Affiliate Incubator?

TH: I would like to encourage anyone who is serious about building an internet businees to invest your time and money to attend at least one seminar. The information and most importantly, the relationships, are worth every dollar I spent attending the Affiliate Incubator Seminar.

PH: Tell me a little bit about what you are doing and be sure to include the website of your choice.

TH: Thanks for the opportunity to explain what my business is about. First of all, I have to admit that I've been doing just the opposite of what the Affiliate Incubator speakers were trying to get across. I've been going 'willy nilly' all over the place. I have clearly defined goals and a vision of what I want to achieve, but I'm coming to the realization that you can't be all things to everyone.

OK. With that said, what I've been trying to do is build a core company with niche websites on many different unrelated topics. Because of my interest in boats and the fact that I have a boat detailing business here in the Virgin Islands, I started http://www.boatdetailing.info/ to retail my product line and services. I do ok with that site and it's been online for about 36 months. Then one day, I read something about "get rich on the internet." Build Google adsense sites and the "money will come like crazy" or some such headline; and so I did. I have about 20 Adsense sites and they all make a dollar or two a day, except www.fivedaytrips.com which does $3.00 to a high of $14.00 a day. Ok, not too bad for a beginner, but where is the money? So the next thing was building sites with the intent of flipping them for $300 or so after holding onto them for a month to three months. I built some of these, but never sold one though. Tried, but I guess I didn't do it right or something(:>) So then, I decided I would get rich by having one site where I would teach newbies how to earn money online, www.terryhudson.net. I had it chocked full of affiliate ebooks, reports, free articles and you name it. Even have 30 to 50 uniques visitors each day but you know what? No money!!!

So that brings me up to date. I attended the Affiliate Incubator and learned this one key thing from Ewen Chia...

'Practice the power of one.' In other words, focus on one thing and one thing only and, when you get really good at it then... add something else. So, my big vision and dream to build a web business that I can flip one of these days is still a reality. The thing I'm concentrating on is taking it one step at a time and building value with each decision I make. Then my friends on St. Thomas will say something like this in five or six years... "you know Terry Hudson? He just sold his Internet businees for 5 mil... what an overnight success he was. Terry is one of the luckiest people I know." Ha Ha Ha... an overnight success! Everyone reading this knows how much work it takes, don't you?

PH: Do you know of any other Internet Marketing Seminars coming up that I should post to my blog?

TH: Pam, I'm counting on you to keep me informed.

Then Stay Tuned Terry! I have over 100 Internet Marketing Seminars the world over spanning the next 12 months and I'm always looking for more.

Copyright 2007 Pam Hoffman & Terry Hudson


If you ever hear of any, drop me a line and I'll be sure to list it - if I don't already have it in my database, I'll be sure to give you credit and a link to a site of your chosing. That goes for anyone who reads my blog!

Thanks so much Terry, sounds like an adventure out there, I'm looking forward to seeing how it all goes for you!

Pam Hoffman

Saturday, November 3, 2007

"One of the reasons I attend a bunch of trade shows every year is not just to keep up with the industry. These shows provide a great venue to network with like minded and successful people." John Chow

Friday, November 2, 2007

The Week Ahead: November 4th thru 10th, 2007

Well, that's a little more like it...

Internet Wealth-Building Bootcamps
November 3-4, 2007
London, England

Kick-off Launch Party & LIVE! Training Event
November 3-4, 2007
Dallas, TX

Blog World Expo
November 8-9, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

Joe Polish Seminar
November 8-10, 2007
Phoenix, AZ

Freedom Factor
November 9-11, 2007
Phoenix, AZ

Virtual Seminar Week
November 9-17, 2007
ONLINE!

PostieCon
November 10, 2007
Las Vegas, NV

The Ultimate Small Business Bootcamp
November 10-11, 2007
Alabama

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Exocet Customer Appreciation Seminar

As I mentioned yesterday, another Internet Marketing Seminar fell into the hopper yesterday so if you are in or near Perth, Australia you might want to check this out! The price is certainly reasonable.

Mal Emery is your host at...

Exocet Customer Appreciation Seminar
November 17th, 2007
Perth, Australia

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Online Marketing Bootcamp

A couple of Internet Marketing Seminars fell into the hopper today. Here's the first of the two...

Online Marketing Bootcamp
November 12-16, 2007
Burlington, VT

And the other one is in Perth, Australia! Stay Tuned.

And...

If You Go, Let Me Know!

Pam Hoffman

Another Affiliate Incubator Interview!

They are coming in thick and fast and since we may have a 'lull' in the Internet Marketing Seminar action, I'm just going to hang these up for you!

Let's hear from Jon Yeo who came all the way from Australia to join us at Affiliate Incubator!

PH: How did you find out about Affiliate Incubator?

JY: Its a bit of a co-incidence, although there are no accidents. I decided I wanted to get into Internet & Affiliate Marketing and a couple of opportunities came to me that week. (Way back in March). In September, I had booked a trip to San Diego, the Bob Proctor Cruise and I wanted to take advantage of my time in the US (I am from Australia) by finding an affiliate marketing seminar. Again, later that week, I got an email from Stu and Russell via Rick Raddatz that a seminar would be running in Anaheim in the days after the Cruise. It was a no brainer as my flight back to Australia is out of LA.

PH: What did you get out of going to Affiliate Incubator?

JY: That, to the creative mind, anything is possible. There are so many opportunities out there, it's almost overwhelming. I have a whole bunch of notes from the AI weekend.

PH: What are the main things you might tell someone considering going to an Internet Marketing Seminar to convince them that they should go?

JY: Be open to ideas, be prepared to connect, be prepared to add value (thanks Rick for that one- I mentally "knew" that but Rick taught me the POWER of understanding that concept). Finally, have a goal. What do you want to achieve out of that opportunity?

PH: Did you learn what you needed from Affiliate Incubator to make it worth your while?

JY: Yes and plenty more. We got plenty of ways to manage our affilliate marketing. All fantastic. Its much better than just having one technique and hoping that it works.

PH: Is there anything else you'd like to say about your experience at Affiliate Incubator?

JY: Thanks to Stu, Russel, Rick, Ewan, Germaine & the others for an awesome event.

PH: Tell me a little bit about what you are doing and be sure to include the website of your choice.

JY: I am having huge success with a blog - jointhesecret.blogspot.com, its ugly but it works, I also see amazing results with www.AbundanceByDefault.com. Its a great opportunity. Finally, check out www.crazyegg.com. Did you know moving things around on your site and watching clicks can be monitored with a heatmap? That's what Crazyegg.com does.

PH: Do you know of any other Internet Marketing Seminars coming up that I should post to my blog?

JY: No, but that's why I have you Pam. http://seminarlist.blogspot.com

You are very kind Jon! When you hear about any other Internet Marketing Seminars "Let Me Know!" ;)

Copyright 2007 Pam Hoffman & Jon Yeo


Be sure to come back for the next Affiliate Incubator Interview!

Pam Hoffman

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