Honey, I’m home!
(And I had a blast!)
I’ve been on sabbatical! And I’m back!
Actually, many of my list members know I’ve been half-back for several days but I needed some additional time to do some thinkin’!
I was SUPPOSED to stay gone till the 20th, but I came back with some ideas and was in such a rush to implement I kinda shorted myself the following week… silly me!
But enough about me, back to this conference, and what it means for you! Seriously!
If you’re interested in increasing revenue from your online efforts, you’ll benefit a LOT from paying attention here!
“NAMS” Stands for “Niche Affiliate Marketing System” … but that’s not doing it justice…
After having attended the conference, I would say that NAMS represents a community of people, able to help beginers, intermediates and pros alike, not only start and build their online business but grow it through both theory, technique, and in my mind most importantly, use of solid business principles.
I’ve been in internet marketing for quite some time now and there’s one thing that really plagues the IM space… it’s the lack of business fundamentals. NAMS to the rescue!
Okay, I know, you may be rolling your eyes at me because business theory isn’t cool and is kinda the opposite of “get rich quick” but it’s also the opposite of what most IM’ers do which is “fail”. NAMS helps you develop a real business!
I just got back from the NAMS 7 conference (and highly recommend you grab the audio recordings) and have just grabbed my tickets for the NAMS 8 conference coming up in August and I want to see you there!
You might be thinking, “I’m at so-and-so place in my business, so that won’t help me”… but here’s the super cool bit!
NAMS has this awesomel format that is divided into “tracts” for beginners through advanced AND you can move around freely to find the perfect sessions for you!
The sessions are scheduled in multiple tracks by competency levels:
- NAMS100 – If you’re just starting out online, or even thinking about it, this is the group for you. No website, no sales, no idea…We want you in this tract so we can help you get started.
- NAMS200 – If you’ve got a website or blog, but you’re not making any money (at least on purpose), then this is the room for you. We will teach you about marketing here. The goal is to increase your sales.
- NAMS300 – So, you’re making sales and actually supplementing your family income. Now, you want to learn more about business and taking it to the next level. This is for you.
- NAMS400 – You’re a pro. Probably a full-time marketer. And you’re looking for ways to clone yourself. You want more time, more money, more assets. That’s what this group focuses on.
You can find the full NAMS 7 schedule here.
Even better? (Oh yes, it gets better!)
The audio recordings contain all the sessions from all four tracts for you don’t have to feel like you missed anything.
I carefully selected my sessions based first on skill level but then secondly if there was a conflict based on which one would be easier to learn from the recording.
Even though I sat mostly 400 level sessions, I can’t wait to go back and catch Nicole Dean’s 200-level all-day marketing session that helps you get your fledgling business up and going! Nicole is a fantastic teacher and I know I’ll learn some gold nuggets from her as well as some additional ways to teach others!
Can you tell I’m jazzed?!?!
Something else that might surprise you?
While there was ample male presence, the event brings some of the much more elusive female super-affiliates out of the woodwork!
Speakers included Nicole Dean, Bob Jenkins, Regina Smola, Tony Laidig, Carrie Wilkerson, Phil Hollows, Connie Green and Jack Born and many more. (And that’s just the speakers, the attendee list was another whos-who-in-marketing!)
I have mentioned several of these superstars on here on-site before but the chance to get to spend some quality time with them was fantastic.
The one thing you will NOT get in the audios – because it was requested not recorded – was a FANTASTIC keynote presentation by the legendary Jimmy D. Brown (rarely seen in public!). Be sure you get your tickets for the NAMS 8 event while you’re snagging those NAMS 7 audios!
Of the ten to twelve conferences I’ve attended in the last year, this one stands head and shoulders above the rest!
(And Allegra Sinclair, (who rocks by the way) told me about it over a year ago and I poo-poo’d on her idea… is entitled to a much-deserved “I Told You So” for my own hardheadedness in not listening last year! So glad I did this year!)
Grab the audios (I can’t wait to dig into them myself) and I look forward to seeing you in August at NAMS 8!
~ Kim ~
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PS: I have about 500 emails, 300 comments and over 1,000 pieces of spam to sort through, so if there’s something that hasn’t been approved, it’s probably just buried at the moment. If ya need something by email, might be wise to follow up again!
PSS: Special thanks to those who attended Mari’s webinar and helped me, while I was mostly on the road, place on Mari Smith’s 10 top affiliate leader board! You rock!