If you want to take your business to the next level then there are few better investments than attending live events.
(Especially premium content based events as these attract higher quality attendees than the old pitch fests and deliver quality training.)
There is something electric in the air at a live event that you simply can't replicate any other way...
... Hundreds of people headed in the same direction but on slightly different paths...
It's a force you can tap into time and time again, even months after the event is over.
7 BIG Benefits of Live Internet Marketing Events
In just the last year live events have let me:
- Learn from (and drink many beers with) the "godfather" of SEO -- you wouldn't believe some of the things he shared at the bar.
- Network with hundreds of IM'ers, many of who I am now doing business with.
- Focus on my business growth for days at a time without any outside distractions. (This alone is often worth the price of admission.)
- Meet the people behind the software/services I use and see what's coming down the pipeline months ahead of everyone else.
- Discover new business models (or fresh implementations of old ones) and see how other successful people are implementing different strategies.
- Formed real relationships with dozens of awesome people I'd only ever chatted to on forums before.
- Get access to people who were otherwise unattainable.
The next event I am attending (also speaking at) is James Schramko's...
Fast Web Formula 3
This has fast become the premier Internet marketing event in Australia -- and in my opinion the world -- due to James' down-to-earth approach and the extremely powerful formula teaching all the latest strategies that work.
Plus the "no pitch" atmosphere and relatively underground speakers (who teach what they actually do in their own businesses) means the content is always world-class.
I'll be at the event speaking about local business marketing -- brand new content I have not shared before -- and would love to catch up with you if you can make it.
Let me know if you're coming so I can buy you a beer.