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Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress 2009 in Singapore

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates, Videos on November 2nd, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Suntec Convention Center at Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress in Singapore!

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Simon Leung at Asia Internet Congress Singapore

For the past week, I have been spending a lot of time with Fabian Lim and the Asia Internet Congress team as they held two powerful back-to-back events in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Singapore.

This weekend’s Asia Internet Congress event in Singapore is even bigger than last weekend’s in Malaysia, with over twice the number of attendees inside the jam-packed conference room.

In addition to the speakers who presented at Asia Internet Congress in Malaysia, which included Patric Chan, Jaz Lai, Sean Roach, David Cavanagh and Kishore M, Fabian Lim has added Jo Han Mok, Benjamin Wee and Ivan Wong to the Asia Internet Congress Singapore roster.

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Asia Internet Congress Singapore Speakers – Fabian Lim, Simon Leung, Patric Chan, Jaz Lai, Jo Han Mok, David Cavanagh, Sean Roach

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Asia Internet Congress Singapore Expert Panel – Fabian Lim, Simon Leung, Jaz Lai, Jo Han Mok, Eugene Ang, Ivan Wong

At the close of Asia Internet Congress, Fabian Lim held a Best Speaker Award ceremony where he asked the attendees to vote for the event’s most inspirational speaker.

Here is a short video clip of the Asia Internet Congress Best Speaker Award ceremony and results…

 

 

Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on October 25th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Wisma MCA at Fabian Lim’s Asia Internet Congress 2009 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

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Simon Leung at Asia Internet Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I’m very excited that Fabian Lim has invited me back to the Asia Internet Congress stage, as I was one of the speakers at the original Asia Internet Congress in Singapore back in 2007, which was also my very first speaking engagement in Singapore.

Since meeting for the first time at that event, Fabian Lim and I have become very close friends, speaking at each other’s events, and also planning some exciting events of our own scheduled to launch in Q1 of 2010.

I have decided to partner with Fabian Lim not only because he is a great friend who knows what he is doing when it comes to search engine optimization and Pay-Per-Click advertising, but also because he is one of the few promoters who knows how to put on amazing live events.

And it was definitely no exception this weekend at Asia Internet Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

An event complete with some of the top experts in the world, motivated audience, well-trained crew and exceptional planning, Asia Internet Congress also included several full-blown 90 minute trainings from Fabian Lim himself.

In addition to the individual speaker presentations, expert panels and networking sessions, Asia Internet Congress is definitely one of the highest valued live events anyone can expect to attend at any given time.

And next weekend, I am very excited to return to Fabian Lim’s stage once again when he hosts Asia Internet Congress in Singapore.

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Asia Internet Congress Malaysia Speakers – Fabian Lim, Jaz Lai, Gobala Krishnan, Simon Leung, David Cavanagh, Patric Chan, Sean Roach

MyGoogle Workshop In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted by Simon Leung in Seminars, Updates on July 19th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the iTrain office at the MyGoogle Workshop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

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MyGoogle Workshop Training

It was very exciting to reunite with the students who signed up for the MyGoogle Workshop two weeks ago, and you can tell that they are all super stoked to attend the weekend event.

Throughout the weekend, I, along with Patric Chan and David DiNucci, revealed step-by-step how to build a complete Internet business using only Google and its many hidden gems that most people don’t know about.

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MyGoogle Workshop Q&A Session with David DiNucci and Patric Chan

We discussed how to use Google to conduct market research, find various revenue models for monetization, manage projects and teams with their tools and generate buyers with the countless traffic generation strategies available.

The response we received from our students was nothing but stellar, and we are glad to have had the opportunity to share these Internet business strategies with this handful of serious entrepreneurs.

In an economy that undoubtedly has more to be desired, especially within a country where its own government is having economic struggles, these serious entrepreneurs now has a significant advantage knowing what they know to go out there and build themselves a more stable financial future.

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MyGoogle Workshop Students

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MyGoogle Workshop Celebration with David DiNucci, Emily Khoo and Patric Chan

MyGoogle Workshop Previews In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on July 3rd, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Ritz Carlton Residences, where I’m staying with Patric Chan, Emily Khoo and David DiNucci in preparation for our MyGoogle Workshop previews in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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 Ritz Carlton Residences in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

It’s been several months since I’ve seen Patric Chan and his beautiful wife, Emily Khoo, and each time we visit Malaysia, they never cease to amaze me how well they take care of us.

Check out some of these shots of our suite at the Ritz Carlton Residences…

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 Ritz Carlton Residences Suite Living Room

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 Ritz Carlton Residences Suite Dining Room

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 Ritz Carlton Residences Suite Study

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 Ritz Carlton Residences Suite Kitchen

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 Ritz Carlton Residences Suite Hallway

But alas, we are in Kuala Lumpur on business, so we spent quite a bit of time working on our presentations in preparation for our two preview workshops that we held throughout the few days we were in town…

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 MyGoogle Workshop Preview at Melia Hotel

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MyGoogle Workshop Preview with Patric Chan

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 MyGoogle Workshop Preview at Crystal Crowne Hotel

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MyGoogle Workshop Preview Presentation

Thanks to all the students who registered… We’ll see you back here in Kuala Lumpur in two weeks for the MyGoogle Workshop!

MYAdWords Workshop In Penang, Malaysia

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on February 22nd, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from Saloon V of the Gurney Plaza at the MYAdWords Workshop in Penang, Malaysia!

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MYAdWords Workshop In Salon V Of The Gurney Plaza

The MYAdWords Workshop is the first collaboration between Patric Chan and I in our new partnership of Malaysia marketing events, and we have successfully completed our premiere workshop together in his hometown of Penang.

Throughout the weekend, we took our students through a series of content training, live demonstrations, hands-on account creation, campaign reviews and Q&A sessions.

As if our jam-packed agenda and tight schedule for the MYAdWords Workshop weren’t overwhelming enough, Patric Chan and I (through no pre-planning whatsoever, I promise!), managed to confuse our attendees even more by dressing exactly alike!

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Simon Leung (Left) & Patric Chan (Right) – Or Is It? ;)

Imagine that! As if Asians don’t look enough alike already! Haha… just kidding.

All joking aside, we had only one weekend to attain our objectives to intensely train a room full of Internet Marketing newbies how to build an Internet business using Google AdWords, so Patric Chan and I, along with our awesome team, worked agressively with MYAdWords students to make sure that all their questions were answered.

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MYAdWords Workshop Training

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MYAdWords Workshop Live Demonstrations

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MYAdWords Workshop Account Creation & Reviews

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MYAdWords Workshop Q&A Sessions

By the end of the weekend, Patric Chan and I were extremely proud to be able to deliver the type of information that we did, and to teach a room full of complete newbies the skills they need in order to build a successful Internet business at home.

After the MYAdWords Workshop was over, we celebrated the completion of our successful weekend over nice dinner and wine…

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Simon Leung & Patric Chan Toasting To A Fine Glass Of Red Wine

Needless to say, the MYAdWords Workshop was a tremendous success, so Patric Chan and I are definitely looking forward to bringing more of the Internet’s best information to Malaysia.

After this trip, I will be returning to Malaysia – next time in Kuala Lumpur – to work on my next live workshop on the topic of Google Marketing with Patric Chan.

If you are in or near Kuala Lumpur, or are willing to travel there to join us (heck, I’ll be flying half-way across the world from San Francisco to be there!), then we would definitely like to have you take part in yet another historic event.

Stay tuned on this website for more information…

My AdWords Preview Seminars In Penang, Malaysia

Posted by Simon Leung in Educational, Gurus, Promotion, Resources, Seminars, Travel, Updates, Videos on February 5th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from Room 2907 of The Northam All Suite hotel in Penang, Malaysia, where we have just completed our free preview seminars for the My AdWordsInternet Marketing Workshop.

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My AdWords Free Preview Seminar

The My AdWords Workshop is my first official partnership with local Penang native and fellow Internet Marketer, Patric Chan, and the exciting thing is that we already have several more upcoming events in the plans, where we will expand more of our Internet Marketing content all across Malaysia!

This is also my first trip to Penang, and despite being exhausted from over 25 hours of travel from San Francisco to Hong Kong and to Singapore before finally landing in Penang, we had our first My AdWords free preview seminar within just 2 hours after my arrival.

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My AdWords Preview Seminar One At The Gurney Hotel In Penang, Malaysia

After a much needed good night’s rest, Patric Chan and his wife Emily Chan spent the next day taking me around Penang to explore the city.

They were very gracious hosts, driving Cassey Lim and I around town and even hitting up some exquisite local Penang seafood!

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Simon Leung And Patric Chan Enjoying Some Local Penang Seafood Dining

The relaxing day proved wonders as we proceeded to prepare for our second preview seminar of the trip, where Patric Chan and I actually tripled our response rate from day one, selling out seats to the first ever My AdWords Workshop scheduled in 2 weeks right here in Penang.

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My AdWords Preview Seminar Two At The Vistana Hotel In Penang, Malaysia

So the show is on – the first ever My AdWords Workshop will be held in Penang, Malaysia, on February 21st and 22nd!

This concludes my first trip to Penang, and I’ll be spending the next two weeks back in Singapore until I return for the My AdWords Workshop.

Before leaving Penang, Patric Chan and I did get the chance to sit down for an interview on Google AdWords…

This is 18 minutes of 100% pure content… no fluff or funny stuff… and you can watch the whole thing for free right here.

Click Here To Learn More About The My AdWords Workshop on February 21st – 22nd And Find Out How You Can Join Us Live In Penang, Malaysia!

The Rich Jerk Mastermind and Party Event

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on August 18th, 2007 | No Comments

Hello from Room 1709 of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on Ave of the Stars at The Rich Jerk’s Mastermind and Party Event in Los Angeles, California!

This is an exciting trip because it will be the first time that all four members of my team in one of our companies will be present (Hey, we’re Internet Marketers – doing business with people you’ve never met before isn’t all that uncommon).

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 TUYU.com – Simon Leung, Sam Heyer, Lee Raito and Derek Iwasiuk

I arrived at LAX on Thursday afternoon from my quick flight from San Jose (SJC), just in time to meet up with my buddy and business partner, Sam Heyer, whose flight was just coming in from Minnesota.

As I waited for Sam near the baggage claim area, Harris Fellman shows up with his wife, Andrea, along with Jud Smith from PowerPay, and his assistant.

It was a cool surprise, and the funny thing was that neither Harris, Jud nor Sam were aware that they had shared the same flight to Los Angeles.

In any case, we all then shared a cab ride to the hotel here at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, where we checked into our rooms and settled in a bit.

Then, Sam and I decided to head downstairs to grab a bite and ran into Mike Filsaime, Tom Beal and Randy Charach, who were hanging out at the lobby and waiting for a couple other people to go to In and Out Burger.

We were then greeted by Harris and Andrea again, who preferred sushi over In and Out, so Sam and I decided to join them for some lunch there at the hotel, where we were then joined by Jason Moffat and Merlin Holmes as they made their way into the hotel.

After a little bit of mingling, we went back to our rooms to get ready to go to the Magic Castle, which is an exclusive club, and you are allowed entry only with members of the Magic Castle.

So then, we all met up at the hotel lobby with John Reese, Kevin Wilke, Jeff Mulligan, Mike Long, John Reel, Jeff Dedrick, Kevin Colon, Eric Rockefeller, Jud Smith, Wesley Williams, Tim Erway, Patric Chan and Magic Ryan Kaltman from The Rich Jerk Team and headed over to the Magic Castle to experience some insane close up and stage magic action.

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 Front View Of The Magic Castle

The next day, we had a private mastermind session with everyone from the Magic Castle, along with more people who joined us late, including Eben Pagan, David DeAngelo, Willie Crawford, Jason Potash, Dave Lakhani, Tom Bell, Joel Therien, IIona Therien, Dave Miz, Jason James and Mike Woo-Ming.

This was a great session as Eben Pagan took the stage to talk about business building strategies, followed by an interactive question and answer session where the audience wrote down their most burning questions on the wall, and experts take turn answering them.

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 Speaking At The Mastermind

As soon as the mastermind session was over, we all got ready for the highlight of the trip – A party at the Playboy Mansion!

The Playboy Mansion was spectacular – and entering the property itself was an entire military operation!

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 The Rich Jerk And I Making Our Red Carpet Entrance At The Playboy Mansion

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 Front View Of The Playboy Mansion

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 Hugh Hefner’s Bedroom Window At The Playboy Mansion

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 Hugh Hefner’s Star At The Playboy Mansion

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 The Party Tables At The Playboy Mansion

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 The Pool At The Playboy Mansion

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 The Famous Grotto At The Playboy Mansion

I had the chance to hang out with some of my other Internet Marketing friends there, including Anik Singal, Jason Oman, Rachel Rofe, Arnel Castro and TV Stars of A&E’s “Flip This House,” Armando Montelongo and Veronica Montelongo.

Speaking of stars, other celebrity sightings at the Playboy Mansion include Paulie Shore, Bobby Brown, Mad Mike, Mystery and Adam Mesh from Average Joe.

I will spare the details of The Rich Jerk’s Playboy Mansion Party to avoid offending anybody, but overall, everyone in our group had an incredible time and the mansion was simply amazing.

Later on today, David DiNucci, one of my best buddies from Google who moved down here to Newport Beach is going to swing by the hotel to pick me up, and we’re going to drive back up to the Bay Area together.

It will be a lot of fun as we haven’t hung out since his birthday party down in Newport Beach back in February, so it will be a great opportunity for us to spend some quality time together and catching up.