Okay to kick things off in the new venue I've invited my good friend Rob Cornish who is a super affiliate to come along and share some of his secrets with you.
Rob makes a full-time living online selling other people's products, the interesting thing about Rob is that he does not get any of his traffic from Google.
After much discussion he has agreed to share some of his secret traffic strategies with you on 19 November and give you an insight into what you need to do to become a super affiliate.
I will also be doing a short talk on how to make some quick cash for Christmas using some easy to implement Internet marketing techniques.
As you may know the new manager of the old venue at London Bridge didn't want to host the London Meetup for us Internet Marketers, the reason being that there wasn't enough spend going through the bar for it to be an economic proposition for them.
So, I have had my thinking cap on for the last few weeks, talked to a few of the regulars, and decided on a change of format, and a new venue.
First of all the new venue..
The Strand Palace Hotel, downstairs in the business center.
I have set it up so we have access to 3 rooms and our own private bar.
The format for the meetup is changing as well.
1. With the new speaking facilities there will be more guest speakers, a guest speaker each month (other than myself !)
2. Also we want to hear much more from each of you about what you are doing and anything you have picked up on your journey - so a time will be allocated for some audience participation.
3. And finally, I - together with a few others - will be running an advice/Q&A session after the speakers, so you can bring along any problems/questions/issues you have.
The Strand Palace Hotel has its own (free) wifi network so this will make running diagnostic sessions relatively easy.
This time though, the venue The Strand Palace Hotel is not free and has to be hired.So, reluctantly, we will each have to pay £7 each to get the venue.
I look forward to your continuing support and hope you feel, like I do, that, for what we get out of the event, £7 each still delivers great value for money.