We were at the same conference and being new I found it very interesting and one search through to another has landed me with affilorama. I just watched the webinar on Outsourcing (which I know is a little beyond me at this stage) it has given me some extra drive and with your comments on both I think I am now sold on the Affiloblueprint course. As soon as I have checked out all the free content I think I will be signing up.
After all an office of Kiwi's can't be wrong :)
Just a quick update on Geekversity..... Although I'm a new member of Mark's Affiloblueprint course (just starting week 5) I decided to go along to last months Geekversity Gold Coast seminar. The event was supposed to be over a weekend but they changed it to two separate seminars over the weekend to accommodate the numbers attending. The seminar was very slick and professional with very good presenters. I found the content of the seminar to be very similar to Mark's course and although I had just started the Affiloblueprint course I already knew a little about most of their areas of discussion.
I felt the other 100 or so attendees found the day quite demanding with the amount of information being thrown at them and many commented that by mid-afternoon they had struggled to follow what was being presented.
Near the end of the day Geekversity made their sales pitch to entice people to sign up, the cost......A WHOPPING $9500 for the beginners course and $7500 if you already had a website up and running. You could spread the payments over 6 months and could pull out at any time although you would lose what you had paid up to that time.
There were people signing up although not sure how many, quite a few were interested but the cost came as a bit of a shock.
I did get to speak to some of the other participants in the breaks and mentioned how impressed I was with Mark's course, and of course they were all shocked to learn of the low cost of the Affiloblueprint course. So Mark, if you've had a surge of new members from the Gold Coast/Brisbane region then you'll know why!!
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