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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 :)

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)