I have been playing around with the idea of getting into Internet Marketing for awhile. I had been using it, somewhat, it my real estate business to mixed results. Sometimes it would be gangbusters, other times not so much. Now, I thought it might be time to see exactly what this Affiliate Marketing thing was all about.
I originally heard about it through a site called ClickNewz, the brain child of Super Affiliate, Lynn Terry. I like Lynn’s site and her writing style and her genuineness (if that’s a word) so I decided to sign up for NAMS 4. I’m glad I did.
The best thing about NAMS 4 was the way Dave Perdew (the NAMS ringmaster) set up the conference to follow different tracks depending on experience or knowledge level. That way, a newbie like me didn’t get mixed in with the folks that have been do it for awhile and had a language all their own. It was a big plus!
Although, NAMS 4 wasn’t a mega-conference (it probably had about 125 or so attendees) it was a good size to meet people and be able to pick their brains about what worked and what didn’t. Sure. There were people I didn’t meet but the ones I did were well worth it! Another big plus was the accessibility of the presenter/instructors. Lynn Terry was there, of course, as well as Social Media gurus Jeff Herring and Maritza Parra, Bob “Bob the Teacher” Jenkins and many more.
In many ways it was like drinking from the fire hose. I’m glad I went, though, and plan to return for NAMS 5 in January. I hope I can make some headway in the next 6 months.