Affiliate Buzz #185 – A Complete Newbies Guide To Getting The Most Out Of Your Trip To Affiliate Summit (Replay)

In this edition of the Affiliate Buzz podcast James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author talks with his wife and co-host Arlene about how to maximize and get the most out of the your trip to Affiliate Summit West 2011 in Las Vegas.

James kicks off this session by talking with Arlene about many of the reasons people attend this premier event. Arlene offers up money saving travel tips about hotels, airfare and getting to and from the airport. They answer questions on what to bring, who to follow on Twitter so you can stay abreast of what's happening during the event and the importance of having a plan in place so you get the most out of your time in Las Vegas.

They share tips on avoiding the long registration lines, talk about the Meet Market and Exhibit Hall and what to expect. They talk about the speaker sessions, lunches and dinners and the parties.

To finish off this edition of the Buzz they offer up some sightseeing tips and their favorite places to go in Las Vegas to make doubly sure you also have some additional fun.

If you want a lively walk through of the event with an emphasis on maximizing your time there listen to this edition of the Affiliate Buzz as James talks with Arlene about:

  • Money saving travel tips
  • Avoiding the long registration lines
  • What to say when engaging a merchant
  • How to stay informed of what's going on during the event
  • Where to get free tickets for the ShareASale party
  • And much more...

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