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ViSalus Red Carpet Day

Posted by Simon Leung in Seminars, Travel, Updates on June 13th, 2009 | No Comments

Hello from the Westin Hotel at the ViSalus Red Carpet Day event in Los Angeles, California!

For the past week, I’ve been working very closely with ViSalus co-founders Blake Mallen, Nick Sarnicola and Ryan Blair to create an all-star “Guru Crew” for the network marketing company.

After multiple meetings at the ViSalus Beverly Hills office, we’re confident that we have nailed it, putting together the top minds of both Internet and network marketing to build a viral social marketing system designed to build this business on autopilot.

This is all in preparation for today’s Red Carpet Day, where the ViSalus team will be holding an all day event to bring exposure to their business to a new market of eager entrepreneurs.

The formation of the Guru Crew is just the beginning…

There will be many more exciting developments in the upcoming months, so be sure to check back in the next several months for updates on development and how you can be a part of this explosive opportunity!

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ViSalus Guru Crew (From Left To Right) – Warren Yip, Nick Sarnicola, Peter Parks, Rex Wisehart, Blake Mallen, Lee Collins, Melanie Milletics, Robin Collins, Simon Leung, Andy Huang, David DiNucci

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 ViSalus Guru Crew Lunch Mastermind

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 ViSalus Red Carpet Day VIP Dinner

Exclusive JV Partnership Invitation

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Launch, Promotion, Updates on August 21st, 2008 | No Comments

If Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Kevin Nations, Mike Morgan, Ross Goldberg, Lee & Robin Collins, Eric Farewell, Rex Wisehart, Nathan Anderson, Alejandro Reyes, Sam Heyer, James Lee and myself asked you for a joint venture, what would you say?

No really, this is a serious question…

Personally, I get dozens of JV proposals every single day – and that’s only the ones that make it through to my email inbox!

Like all the top marketers mentioned above, I probably receive hundreds more on a weekly basis through my support desk, personal instant messenger, SMS text and social media profiles like Twitter, Facebook and MySpace.

Needless to say, there is simply no way for us to respond to all these JV proposals or even sort through them, much less accept them.

So when I take on a JV partnership, especially when I’m working with the top Internet Marketers in the world mentioned above, you better believe that I am not only seriousabout, but also very excited about it as well.

The truth is, for the past few months, I’ve been working on building an entirely new business with these marketers that’s definitely going to change my entire business forever, and maybe even yours too (if you decide to partner with us).

It’s something I’ve never done before, and probably never will again…

And today, I am extending you an official invitation not only to become our customer, but to make money and share profits with us as our partner in arguably one of the biggest projects each of us have all been involved in!

There has already been a lot of buzz surrounding over 10,000 people on the social media sites regarding a “secret 12? launch, and in the next week or so after launch, an additional 300,000 sets of eyeballs are going to learn more about this unique opportunity.

If you are serious about the exclusive opportunity to partner with the top names in Internet Marketing, don’t think about it for too long because when we’ve reached our quota for JV partners, we’ll be closing the doors forever and the only way to partner with us again in the future may be competing against the hundreds of other messages we get every week…

Accept Our JV Invitation At Secret12JV.com

Three Sides Of Traffic Workshop In Long Island, NY

Posted by Simon Leung in Educational, Gurus, Seminars, Streaming, Travel, Updates, Videos on August 10th, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from Room 345 of the Long Island/Huntington Hilton at the Three Sides of Traffic workshop in Long Island, New York!

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Howie Schwartz, Ross Goldberg And Simon Leung At Three Sides Of Traffic

The Three Sides of Traffic workshop is a sequel to the Two Sides of Traffic workshop I did with Howie Schwartz last December in San Diego, CA.

This time, we were joined by our good friend and fellow traffic generation expert, Ross Goldberg, and the three of us decided to team up to reveal some of our latest and most coveted traffic weapons yet.

And as a surprise bonus, we introduced an additional fourth side of traffic utilizing the power of online and offline marketing, presented by hybrid marketing experts Lee Collins and Robin Collins on the second day of the event.

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Howie Schwartz, Ross Goldberg, Simon Leung, Lee Collins And Robin Collins

The additional speakers and content were pleasant surprises for our attendees, some of whom flew from as far as Germany to join us in New York this weekend.

We always have fun at our own workshops, especially when we are joined by fellow marketing friends, whether they attend to contribute, or even just to learn.

At the original Two Sides of Traffic workshop, we had VIPs like Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Mark Widawer, Mike Koenigs, Jason Moffatt, Ryan Kaltman and Rex Wisehart.

This weekend at the Three Sides of Traffic workshop, our VIP guests included Ken McArthur, Donna Fox, Sanyika Calloway-Boyce, as well as Mike Filsaime and several members of his team, Joe Jablonski, Jason Dinner, Michelle Galvin and Lucius Kern.

In fact, on Thursday before Three Sides of Traffic started, Ross Goldberg, Donna Fox, Lee Collins, Robin Collins and myself visited with Mike Filsaime and his team at their Long Island office.

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Mike Filsaime’s MarketingDotCom.com Office In Long Island, NY

We spent the day hanging out there and entertained ourselves with foosball, movies and video games.

Back to the Three Sides of Traffic workshop itself, Howie Schwartz, Ross Goldberg and I felt that the content wasn’t enough, and that we should have some social proof that our teachings were more than just theory.

Just like at the original workshop where Howie Schwartz and I demonstrated video marketing, we decided at the very last minute to do another live demonstration, this time the power of Web 2.0 technology and social media – just to prove that these strategies actually work (and to have a little fun).

An impromptu decision was made to actually take our workshop on the air with UStream, and we didn’t even really get the word out about the show until literally within about 10 minutes before we were scheduled to go live!

Implementing just a few of the social marketing tactics covered during the first half of day one, the attendees began using Twitter, Facebook and email to begin spreading the word about our live show.

Despite the time constraint we were working with, we still managed to get close to 400 unique viewers from all over the world (including Singapore, Spain, UK, Australia, and Canada) watching our show within just several minutes of notice!

We even had special visits from our expert friends like Tom Beal, Ben Mack, Pat O’Bryan, Jason Moffatt, Alejandro Reyes and Lasse Rouhiainen, just to name a few.

And as the show went on, more and more viewers joined us, and before the weekend was over, we had almost 600 views to our Ustream channel.

The viewers were also very much into the interaction, so we also had an extremely interactive chatroom that remained active during the show, and over 60 people actually remained in the room to chat even hours after we went off the air, which goes to show just how powerful social media is for traffic generation today, and will continue to be.

As a matter of fact, the sudden influx of visitors flocking to view our Three Sides of Traffic show impacted the streaming activity so much, that our show actually made it to the FRONT PAGE of Ustream while we were still live!

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UStream.tv Homepage On Friday Featuring Three Sides Of Traffic In Front

Oh, and that didn’t just happen once…

Our show made it to the homepage of Ustream AGAIN the next day when we went live on the air for the second time:

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UStream.tv Homepage On Saturday Featuring Three Sides Of Traffic In Front

Hey, I don’t know about you, but I think that’s pretty darn cool! :)

Also, take a look at just some of the Twitter activity we had with a few of the most popular Three Sides of Traffic related searches this weekend:

If you didn’t get the chance to experience the Three Sides of Traffic workshop live with us this weekend in Long Island, we’re bummed that you couldn’t be a part of all the fun we had.

However, it’s not the end of the world because the entire weekend’s content was recorded, and you’ll be able to not only access it, but also get full resale rights to it by taking advantage of our special offer that we made available to attendees and viewers

Next year, Howie Schwartz, Ross Goldberg and I plan to return again with the Four Sides of Traffic, and this time, our friends Lee Collins and Robin Collins are going to be an official part of it.

This means that the Four Sides of Traffic promises to contain even more of the newest and most effective traffic strategies for 2009, so definitely stay tuned for more information on that.

In the meantime, you can check out the replay of the Three Sides of Traffic live streaming by clicking on the play button below:

Three Sides Of Traffic Live Streaming – Day One

 Three Sides Of Traffic Live Streaming – Day Two

 Want More Traffic And Marketing Tips?

Click Here To Access Three Sides Of Traffic Workshop Recordings!

Google AdWords Workshop 2 in San Jose, CA

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Updates on June 15th, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from the Governor D conference room of the Holiday Inn Airport at the 2nd AdWords Workshop in sunny San Jose, CA!

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This is my second AdWords Workshop that I’ve organized on my own, and I must say that the support I’ve received from all my friends has hands-down made this better than the last, and will make this one extremely difficult to beat.

First off, the caliber of expert speakers we had at the AdWords Workshop were simply amazing – even *I* was blown away by who I was able to get to grace my stage!

I’m talking about Internet Marketing legends and rockstars like (photos taken from Blackberry Curve and sent to Twitter)…

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 AdWords Workshop Branding Expert Ben Mack

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 AdWords Workshop Lead Generation Expert Dr. Mike Woo-Ming

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 AdWords Workshop Testing And Tracking Expert Mark Widawer

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 AdWords Workshop Women Marketing Experts Donna Fox

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 Hybrid Marketing Experts Lee And Robin Collins

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 AdWords Workshop Conversion Expert James Lee

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 AdWords Workshop Launch Expert Eric Farewell

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 AdWords Workshop Social Marketing Expert Alejandro Reyes

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 AdWords Workshop Profit Expert Kevin Finney

Visit their websites – they are true Internet Marketing rockstars and have just a ton of immense value to bring to the table… I couldn’t help but take pages and pages of notes at my own event!

For the core part of the AdWords Training, we covered specific optimization strategies pertaining to landing pages, keywords, ad text and account structure, followed by hands-on and interactive sessions with not only real-life examples of my best performing campaigns, but we also worked with attendees to review their accounts and even create brand new campaigns from scratch live on stage.

The overall consensus is that the live demonstrations were the most valuable because even though the content was great, they wanted to see the strategies implemented in actual campaigns from which they can learn.

Thus, we did just that, and this has contributed to a large part of the AdWords Workshop’s success for the weekend.

And of course, none of this would have been possible in the first place if it weren’t for the help of my team…

So I’d like to publicly thank Alejandro Reyes – who put together the keynote and set the stage for the weekend, Kevin Finney – who facilitated and helped on stage during the interactive sessions and closing presentation, Andy Huang – who put together the weekend’s outline and took care of all the nitty gritty details, John Guanzon and his lovely wife Jessica – who helped organize the venue for the event, and special thanks to Amanda Swigert, who stepped up unscheduled and helped us out with everything from assistant duties to running the videos.

In this business, it’s not just the knowledge that you learn and apply, but also the relationships that you build.

I honestly had more fun at the AdWords Workshop this past weekend than any organizers should be allowed to have at their own events, and I owe it all to my friends who were able to bring this much value to our small group of awesome attendees.

Throughout the weekend, we had live streaming shows, exquisite meals, masterminds, social marketing experiences and just an overall good time with everyone at restaurants and bars (click here to view all my real-time Twitter updates from the weekend).

A quick note on the power of social marketing – on our live stream, we attracted over 50 viewers including Rich Schefren, Ed Dale, Jason Moffatt, Deborah Micek, Justin Brooke and Donna Fox…

In fact, Donna Fox made her decision to come to San Jose based on witnessing how much fun we were having, and she literally decided on Friday that she was going to come on Saturday!

And as Donna Fox and everyone else in attendance at the AdWords Workshop can attest, it was very well worth the trip…

We literally have raving testimonials from every single person who attended the AdWords Workshop, and even though I don’t know when I’m going to have a next one because I’m booked solid for the next foreseeable future (quite possibly six months or more), I definitely want to re-live the weekend sometime soon.

If you’d like to join us for the next AdWords Workshop and spend a fun and productive weekend learning and creating new relationships, keep up-to-date with any announcements we might have by joining our priority pre-notification list at www.AdWordsWorkshop.com

See You At The Next One!

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Rockies Venture Club’s 20th Annual Colorado Capital Conference

Posted by Simon Leung in Seminars, Travel, Updates on May 22nd, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from Room 1710 of the Denver Marriott City Center at the Rockies Venture Club’s 20th Annual Colorado Capital Conference in Denver, Colorado!

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Even though I have been speaking all around the world for over 20 months now, I’m especially excited about my appearance at the Colorado Capital Conference because it marks my first presentation on the stage as a keynote speaker.

The Colorado Capital Conference is the Rockies Venture Club’s premier capital networking event in Colorado that brings entrepreneurs and capital resources together.

The Rockies Venture Club spends a lot of time and energy focusing on the quality of the Colorado Capital Conference to ensure that real deals are made, and also successful and knowledgeable panelists are present to provide value to all the attendees.

I had a lot of fun at the Colorado Capital Conference, and it was a true honor to deliver their keynote address.

I’ll be spending a few extra days in Denver to hang out with my friends, Rex Wisehart, Rick Raddatz, Amber Rouse, and several others.

In fact, Rex Wisehart has graciously invited me to stay at his Denver home, so I am excited to spend a few days in his guestroom.

Frank Kern’s Mass Control Workshop in San Diego, CA

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on April 21st, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from Room 935 of the Hard Rock Hotel at Frank Kern’s Mass Control Workshop in San Diego, CA!

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 Frank Kern And Simon Leung At The Mass Control VIP Party On The Roof Of The Hard Rock Hotel

I just spent the weekend hanging out with Internet Marketing’s top dogs, who all attended as part of all-star VIP line up of the Mass Control Workshop.

We saw cameo appearances from superstars like Mike Filsaime, Tom Beal, Rich Schefren, Jeff Walker, Jason Moffatt, Mike Koenigs, Brad Fallon, Andy Jenkins, Mike Morgan, John Carlton, Matt Gill, Rex Wisehart, Sterling Valentine, Mark Widawer, Kevin Nations, Ryan Kaltman, Lynn Pierce, Frank Sousa, Ross Goldberg, Bob Serling, Eben Pagan, Dr. Mike Woo-Ming, Ed Dale, Tellman Knudson, Joe Polish, Lee Collins, Robin Collins, Shawn Casey and at least several others that I can’t think of right now!

I know – I couldn’t believe the VIP guests either!

All of these top marketers coming together in San Diego definitely made the Mass Control workshop a spectacular and memorable event.

But just as valuable as the networking was the incredible content delivered by Frank Kern and his guest speakers.

They spoke of the human psychology behind a customer’s buying process, and everything that defines a prospect’s purchase decision.

I was especially impressed as Frank Kern dissected the anatomy of his multi-million dollar Mass Control launch, which was nothing short of brilliant!

But more importantly than just the money is the process that can bring you more followers and fans in your specified niche.

Even though I don’t personally have a big launch planned for at least another few months, I am extremely eager to put some of this new information to use.

Over the next several days, I’ll be implementing some Mass Control style strategies to see on a couple social networking websites to see how well they work for me.

Check back soon and I’ll let you know the results :)

Rex Wisehart’s The Capital Factor In Denver, Colorado

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Promotion, Seminars, Travel, Updates on April 7th, 2008 | No Comments

Hello from Room 744 of the Renaissance Hotels and Resorts at Rex Wisehart’s The Capital Factor in Denver, Colorado!

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Setting Up My Presentation With The Help Of Rex Wisehart And Rick Raddatz (At Least I Think That’s What We’re Doing Haha)

 As you may already know, I had spent over half of 2008 thus far in Asia to work on various projects to expand my business overseas.

However, what you may not know is that if it weren’t for Rex Wisehart’s The Capital Factor in Denver, Colorado this weekend, I would still be in Asia right now.

That’s because in addition to building and training my team overseas, several tradeshows that are relevant to my various businesses are happening right now in Hong Kong and China.

Instead of sticking around in Asia to participate in these events, I decided to return back to the United States early specifically to fulfill my commitment to Rex Wisehart to speak at The Capital Factor.

It was my first sales presentation in over 2 months, and it’s also my last one of its kind for at least the next few months.

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The reason is that after serious consideration, I have decided to make some changes to my business, and as far as speaking is concerned, I am going to be a lot more selective when it comes to the event as well as the event organizer.

You may still see me on the stage from time to time at various conferences, but they will be much different – You’ll see what I mean in the upcoming weeks.

So why did I decide to make an exception for The Capital Factor, and was it a good decision?

Well, in addition to being great friends with Rex Wisehart, I knew that it was an event that I personally needed to attend to help build my own business.

And yes, I was right!

Not only did I have the priviledge to share the stage with some of the most brilliant business, finance, motivational and marketing minds in the world, such as Armand Morin, Rick Raddatz, Brendon Burchard, Jermaine Griggs, David Bullock, Wes Jankowski, Carolyn McCormick, Jim Arkebauer, Bob Smith, C.L. Osborn, Mindy Jones, Phil Winn, Darrel Hornbacher, Wayne Van Dyck and Dick Bruso …

… But I have also learned a ton of business related information and built new friendships with many top notch individuals who were in attendance at The Capital Factor.

I also had a ton of fun with The Capital Factor crew at the Rockies vs. Diamondbacks opening game at Coors Field on Friday, speakers dinner at the Tavern Lowry on Sunday evening, as well as at the event throughout the weekend.

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 The Coors Field In Downtown Denver

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 Awesome Seats Behind The First Base Dugout!

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 Rockies Got Owned 8 to 1! Booooo…

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My New Friends – Director Of The Capital Factor Amber Rouse And Leading Motivational Speaker Brendon Burchard (Also From The Bay Area)

The Capital Factor is one of very few events I remember in recent memory where I stuck around to watch presentations from the speakers, most of whom I have never seen speak before because they are in a different industry, and was able to pick up a ton of extremely helpful new information.

If you weren’t able to make it to The Capital Factor live yourself this past weekend in Denver, you should definitely get your hands on The Capital Factor DVDs so you don’t miss out on this amazing information.

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 Click Here To Visit The Capital Factor Homepage

 

Carl Galletti’s Internet Marketing Super Conference

Posted by Simon Leung in Gurus, Seminars, Travel, Updates on June 23rd, 2007 | No Comments

Hello from Room J-120 of the Tuscany Hotel at Carl Galletti’s Internet Marketing Super Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Yes, I’m in Vegas again … I’m here so often that I almost feel like I should just a place down here!

As mentioned in my previous blog post, I flew here directly from Orlando yesterday.

Good thing for that too – Because Carl Galletti had scheduled me for the very first morning slot today…

And since I am still jetlagged from waking up at 8am Orlando time every morning for the past week, I didn’t have a problem getting ready for the morning shift. :)

I felt that my presentation went very well, and even though I still think that 90 minutes is a long time to talk, it actually went by really quickly, and I think I might’ve even gone over a little bit…

This year at Carl Galletti’s Internet Marketing Super Conference, other speakers included Jack Humphrey, Frank Sousa, Adam Ginsberg, Stu McLaren, Brad Fallon, Martin Wales, Shawn Casey, Jeanette Cates, Colin McDougal, Enrique Garabay, Mike Koenigs, Len Thurmond, Glenn Dietzel, Skip Thomas, Bruce Safran, Chris Moreno and of course, Carl Galletti himself.

That’s quite a roster, isn’t it?

Last night, I also had dinner with the Alive Records team – Mike Stewart, Mike Edging and Rex Wisehart.

They worked with Armand Morin to take his Michael Lee Austin album to the top of the charts using mostly Internet Marketing strategies.

It was very cool to sit down and chat with these guys and learn about their vision … I have a passion for music myself, and it definitely looks like there’s a lot of things we can work on together.

Anyway, this is a short Vegas trip … I only came to speak at Carl Galletti’s Internet Marketing Super Conference.

We’re leaving bright and early on a 6am flight back to San Jose … But we’ve been gone for over a week man … It’s time to go home.  :)

(Photos coming soon)