13 Jun 06
11 Jul 06 10:46 am
Brett McFall from the World Internet Summit rang me today and invited me to do a seminar in Melbourne early August (about 450 people are attending).
I've never done a seminar before, I've only taught people via these lessons, and one on one in person, but think I could do a good job. I don't think I'd be a great public speaker, but I think I'd get someone from the audience to participate in the seminar (similar to my 6 part mini course), and give people a quick overview of affilaite marketing, along with a few valuable tips. (basically the 6 part mini course live)
Anyway, I haven't said yes yet. I told brett I'd get back to him in 48hours. What I want to know from you guys is what do you think?
Is this a good idea? Do you think a live version of the 6 part mini course would be good value as a seminar?
I'm not someone who ever wants to do regular seminars, but I think it would be good life experience. Perhaps it's something I can do once in a while if I got comfortable.
Anyway, I'm very interested in your opinions.