Affiliate Buzz #157 – James Talks with His Wife Arlene about their Recent Trip to Attend the ShareASale Think Tank 2009′ in beautiful Newport Beach, California

In this edition of the Affiliate Buzz audio newsletter, James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author chats with his wife Arlene about their recent trip to California to attend the ShareASale Think Tank 2009' in beautiful Newport Beach.

Together they talk about Disneyland and how they bookend a conference by staying a few extra days before or after. It is a great way to see the attractions in a new city you may never visit again. It make sense to make the most of your stay since you already paid for airfare.

James shares his insight into what the ShareASale Think Tank is, how it works and what you can learn by spending time with other affiliates, merchants and program managers. Listen how making these connections can really benefit your online business.

Together they talk about Disneyland and how they bookend a conference by staying a few extra days before or after. It is a great way to see the attractions in a new city you may never visit again. It make sense to make the most of your stay since you already paid for airfare.

Listen to this edition of the Affiliate Buzz as James talks with Arlene about:

  • Spending a few extra days before or after a conference for a break-ation
  • Coming home from a conference with valuable information and connections
  • How to get invited to this ShareASale Think Tank exclusive event
  • An upcoming contest for a FREE pass to Affiliate Summit West 2010' in Las Vegas

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