A Peek Inside MWA
Las Vegas Workshop
Meeting Alex Jeffreys and some of his students at his Marketing With Alex workshop this January 24 to 26, 2010 in Las Vegas was a thrilling treat.
People from all over the world gathered to learn more about list building, internet marketing, blogging, SEO, traffic generation, new business strategies and to network with one another.
I feel privileged to be able to let you take a peek inside the event and to enable you to meet some of the participants through pictures and words in this post.
Meet Alex Jeffreys – the Reluctant Guru
The meetings took place at the Mirage hotel.
Most students met Alex and one another for the first time in the hotel lobby, at the bar or in the Antigua meeting room.
The above picture shows Alex Jeffreys in action as he appeared in front of the audience at the introduction to the workshop.
Alex is really every bit the same in real life as he appears in his videos, pictures and webinars. No surprise there.
If you want to read more about Alex and how I viewed him prior to meeting him you can read my posts Alex Jeffreys Coaching Style and Alex Jeffreys Nixes Gurus Game.
Here Alex appears with Stephanie Mulac who gave two fantastic speeches/lectures.
One was on the importance of doing SEO – a subject I often write about and that is still neglected and misunderstood by many.
She gave very detailed instructions on how to construct your blog and how to do on page SEO.
Stephanie mentioned several things which were new to most people in the room including me.
The second talk she gave was on building relationship with customers and people on your list. Again, she threw in some very good points.
Above you can see Alex Jeffreys with yours truly.
Alex spoke and acted in his usual infectious, enthusiastic way and it’s obvious that he’s one hundred per cent genuine and honest.
He openly shared with us what he’s working on now and that’s something that is to be appreciated.
Garry Parkes above started off the workshop.
Garry is one of the first students of Alex with IT and management skills who quickly became the right hand of Alex and works full time and overtime for him.
Garry also produced the instructional videos for the MWA 2.0 course. This man works very efficiently and effectively and Alex is very lucky to have him.
Jit Uppal at whom I’m pointing here is one of the very successful students of MWA 1.0. He is already a super affiliate and his name is being recognized in the internet marketing community.
Even famous marketers are copying some of his methods. He was one of the guest speakers and contributed heavily to the discussion in Questions and Answers segments.
Dean Holland waiting for published author and student of MWA 2.0 Daylynne Starr’s autograph.
Dean was also one of the guest speakers and is a very successful marketer and student of Alex’s MWA 1.0.
Marcus Passey, Gary Simpson (the GazzMan) and me.
This picture is of low quality but I simply couldn’t leave out these guys, especially Gary who is a dynamo of a man and a terrific writer. He’s coming up quickly in IM and he’s big on motivation and self esteem. If you check out his site you may even see him on his video inside a bathtub. Just click on the link motivation self esteem to get a better picture of GazzMan.
Paul Wilson with me to his right.
Paul Wilson has incredible Google page rank for his blog and even individual posts. He is very cool about it and says that he’s done nothing special to achieve it.
He doesn’t see it through Google’s eyes.
The Treasure Island above is symbolic of what some internet marketing students have already achieved and of what many are in the process of achieving.
The goal of making money online and living an outstanding comfortable life is not that far fetched.
I hope you can see it and believe it and that you’ve enjoyed the peek inside the Marketing With Alex Las Vegas Workshop 2010.
Has it given you an idea of what Alex Jeffreys and his students have been up to?
I look forward to your comments.
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34 thoughts on “Alex Jeffreys Marketing With Alex Las Vegas Workshop 2010”
Thanks for posting all the great pictures. Yes it was a fantastic workshop in Vegas. I am forever grateful to Alex Jeffreys for putting it on.
Great meeting with you. Lets stay in touch and support each other.
.-= Rob Brooks´s last blog ..Turning The Page to 2010 =-.
January 30th, 2010 at 8:27 pm
You’re the first to comment on this and less than an hour after I posted it.
A lot of the pictures didn’t turn out well so I didn’t post that many. My good camera broke down a few months ago, it lost the blue color it seems and the pictures don’t look right. The one I used in Vegas is OK but not for pictures where people keep moving or the picture taker is not still.
The workshop was indeed fantastic and I enjoyed meeting and talking with you too.
Staying in touch and supporting each other is a great idea.
Let’s do it.
Well, the human “dynamo” feels like all his wiring has been short-circuited. I have had virtually just a few hours sleep here and there ever since I left Vegas. NO sleep on the planes at all. And I have had a wedding to attend down in the country this weekend – a 200 mile trip either way.
Nice meeting you and everyone in the US.
Catch you later.
PS: Thanks for the compliment on my writing style. I really appreciate that.
January 31st, 2010 at 11:27 am
I can see why you feel short circuited. Having next to no sleep plus the jet lag can make one feel like that for sure.
Traveling through multiple time zones would be hard enough even if you slept on the planes.
If I were you I’d try to hibernate for 2 or 3 days to catch up on the missed sleep.
It was nice to meet you, finally, after knowing you just through the internet.
Your writing style can be judged at a distance very accurately. But meeting the real person is of course so much better.
Some outstanding writers are otherwise very quiet types but in your case the writing is well matched by the gift of the gab.
Thanks for the visit, especially since you are still sleep deprived.
Get some sleep and we’ll catch up later.
Thanks for sharing your photos and experience Vance, looks like you had a great time and i am sure the energy levels are high right now!
Shame I couldn’t make it, but will do for sure next time.
February 1st, 2010 at 1:02 pm
Yes, the energy levels are up there and my focus is sharpening. It really helps to rub shoulders with people who have similar goals and are achieving them.
If you make it next time you’ll be glad.
Thanks for the visit and comment.
Great roundup of the event.. would of loved to of made it !!!!
I sure can “see it and believe it”.. looking forward to moving things forward this year like so many of alex’s students.
.-= Richard Hill´s last blog ..I’m Back !!….… Action Plan for 2010… [Belated New Year’s Resolution 2010] =-.
February 1st, 2010 at 4:30 pm
I’m glad you liked my post and got an idea about the workshop from it.
Nothing can replace being there though.
If you can believe it you can achieve it. I hope this year will be great for you.
Thanks for posting the photos, hope you got a lot out of the workshop/seminar.
Was it your first? I only started going to them last year and did 6. I’ve met many marketers now including a few in your photos like Alex, Jit and Dean.
.-= Keith Purkiss´s last blog ..Build Your List With JV Giveaways or With Twitter =-.
February 1st, 2010 at 4:35 pm
I got a lot out of the workshop and events around it and meeting so many great people.
Yes, it was my first event with internet marketers I’ve ever attended.
It will take me a while to match your 6.
Thank you for visiting and commenting. It’s always good to hear from you.
Awesome post, and great to meet you last week 🙂
Just about getting over it now, but as you said, this workshop was just amazing!! It was a privilege to meet many of the guys there, and I am sure this will lead us to many more opportunities in the future.
Talk to you soon,
.-= Paul Wilson´s last blog ..The Rules of Adswaps =-.
February 1st, 2010 at 4:44 pm
It was great to meet you too. I’m glad you liked the post.
I can imagine how you are getting over it. Some recovery time from jet lag is necessary. For me it seems to take at least a week and even 10 days when I travel through time zones.
Meeting with the many guys can only lead to future opportunities as we stay in touch, network and JV.
I look forward to talking to you again.
I’m glad we’re keeping in touch post Vegas. Great to see some pictures I haven’t seen yet here on your post. I added you to my blog roll.
.-= Rob Brooks´s last blog ..Alex Jeffreys & Coaching Students in Las Vegas 2.0 =-.
February 2nd, 2010 at 11:54 am
Keeping in touch is good. Thanks for adding me to your blogroll.
I enjoyed the videos and pictures on your blog.
Good to see your photos and read your post on the Vegas trip.
I’ve just signed up 4 weeks ago to the MWA coaching so it was too late to even consider going. Would love to go next year if it’s happening and meet all of you guys.
Or even sooner at an offline event in the UK maybe? Who knows?
One thing that’s clear from your post and from others i have read is the importance of attending these “offline” events and seminars. Think i’m gonna “shoe horn” one or two of them into my 12 month plan if i can.
Come over & say hello when you’ve got the time.
Onwards & Upwards
.-= Cliff Truss Internet Marketing Resources´s last blog ..Review of Post Launch Profit Secrets by Alex Jeffreys =-.
February 3rd, 2010 at 6:54 pm
I’m glad you enjoyed the photos and post.
Going to events like the one in Vegas is indeed very enjoyable and important. Meeting other marketers and getting to know them and developing friendships is something that needs to be done offline.
You are right to plan on attending one or two evens within the next 12 months. I think that there’s more than one going on in the UK every year.
Nice of you to visit and comment.
As always you do a great job on whatever you comment on or
any other thing you work on.
I really wanted to go, but because of some family issues
I could not go to Vegas.
This is without a doubt the best group
of people I have been associated with.
By the way, great job on your Alexa ranking.
I will keep in touch with you as we go along,
I am mapping out some stradegies for this year.
To Our Success,
February 4th, 2010 at 11:42 am
Thanks for your comment. I try to do my best.
Too bad you couldn’t make it , perhaps the next time you’ll be there.
Meeting offline adds another dimension which can’t be replaced by anything.
Alexa ranking is pretty fickle and I wish I knew how it’s really arrived at because looking at other metrics like Google Analytics it doesn’t seem to fully correspond in time.
I think there is some kind of delay. In any case it’s just an indicator of traffic and the accuracy is not 100% by any means. I do watch it but I’m not too focused on it.
GA is not always accurate either it seems.
Keep in touch and be sure to share your strategies.
Looks like a good time was had by all in Vegas!! I definitely want to be there at the next one, that’s for sure! 🙂
A great and detailed post, and although I couldn’t make it to Vegas I’ve been to two offline events in the past week and I think it really does make a huge difference to meet people face-to-face and to network.
.-= Iain Buchanan´s last blog ..Daily Tasks to Internet Marketing Success & Giveaways! =-.
February 4th, 2010 at 11:52 am
Nice to see you visit my blog again and leave a comment. Thanks.
It would have been great to meet you in Vegas. Let’s do it the next time.
You are right about the huge difference offline events make.
This was my first one ever.
You went to two in the past week which is great.
Hi Vance great to see you and the rest of Alexes students had a great time really enjoyed the pics
Im sure you learned quite a bit about IM in the bar
as well as the classroom lol
ps your blogs make over is great.
February 9th, 2010 at 11:32 am
Yes, we had a great time, learned things in both places as you are rightly sure of.
It shows you’ve been to other live events.
I’m glad you enjoyed the pictures and that you like the look of my blog.
It’s been this way for some time.
Wish I could have been there but hope to make it next time if there is another one.
From going around a few blogs it looks like everyone loved it and all took away some great information.
Shame you had broken your other camera although those pics are still very good.
February 12th, 2010 at 11:15 pm
It would have been great to meet you there.
It was fun and educational. I’m sure there’ll be another one at some point and it’ll be worthwhile to be there.
The other camera stopped working by itself, I didn’t break it. It was a Canon and the video and sound from it were great while it lasted.
It lasted about 4 years and then the colors got weird.
Thanks for the visit and comment.
Time to get a new camera.
Thanks for sharing those pictures and your thoughts on the event, as you know I wasn’t able to make it this time… But it certainly sounds like you all had fun and learn some cool stuff.
I think Paul Wilson managed to acheive that great page rank for his blog, from the paid Press Release he did, something that I plan to do when I have made a bit more money.
It’s a shame I couldn’t have been there to meet you Vance, as I’ve known you through your blog for a while now… Maybe next time though.
Take care mate,
PS- Sorry I’ve not been over sooner, I’ve been really busy with things lately, which is also why I’m getting behind with my blog posts… I’m hoping to make better use of my time soon, just need to figure a good system for the new things I’m doing.
.-= Paul Lear@increase alexa rank´s last blog ..My Goals For 2010 =-.
February 16th, 2010 at 12:02 pm
I’m happy to share things from the event. It helps people who weren’t able to attend to get an idea what it was like.
I did miss you there and meeting you after communicating virtually and feeling like I know you quite well would have been awesome.
I hope to meet you soon at some future event.
Paul Wilson really has had astounding results with his press release. I don’t know if any press release can bring such value. I’ll try to study what he did exactly before I do my own. I’ve never heard of such a pay off with just one release. There could be more to what he’s doing.
Paul, I completely understand the time issue. If I could do everything that I’d want to around IM, things would be very different indeed. So far I’m forced to leave most things undone. But managing to do at least a few things each day keeps me from getting totally frustrated. Time just seems to fly faster and faster in proportion to how much I want to accomplish.
I appreciate it every time when you visit and leave a comment. I do understand that delays take place.
Thanks mate and take care.
You alright mate? thanks for stopping by my blog.
Nice to meet you, although just was not enough time to chat to everyone and people were doing their own things.
Nice overview of the trip to Vegas mate and great pics.
Lets just keep pushing forward with our business, and see where we are next year mate.
.-= marcus passey´s last blog ..Get your online business up and runninglets finally make money online =-.
February 19th, 2010 at 3:45 pm
It was nice to meet you and next time we meet we’ll talk more.
I’m glad you liked my post about the Vegas workshop and the pictures.
Pushing forward is the thing to do and it’ll be interesting to compare notes next year.
Thanks for the visit and comment mate.
Looks like you had a great time and made some useful contacts and certainly would have been nice to meet some fellow students. I wasnt able to make it this time but will be there with bells on next! All the best
.-= Tom Harvey´s last blog ..2009 Draws To A Close and Looking Forward to 2010… =-.
February 23rd, 2010 at 12:47 pm
Yes, in this case looks aren’t deceiving and I did have a great time and everything that you wrote.
I would have liked to meet you on hat occasion but luckily there’s always the next time.
I’ll be looking out for the bells when I see you.
Having read a few of the reports coming out now about the Vegas workshop, and seen a few photographs, I think I can safely say that you all had a great time, met some great people and learned some more about internet marketing (and Alex Jeffreys!).
I hope I can join in next time and put some faces to the names!
It is good that you enjoyed it – it’s like the icing on the cake after the coaching.
Time now to put it all in to action.
.-= Dave Whittle´s last blog ..John Thornhill’s “Why You Will Never Succeed Online!” =-.
February 23rd, 2010 at 3:16 pm
It would have been nice had you been there to meet you in person.
It was really good to be there and meet people in person.
It’s funny how some people are just as you know them from the internet both personality and looks and how some are quite different.
Alex for example was exactly the way you’d expect.
I guess it has something to do with the pictures too. If you see only one picture of a person which may be dated or unclear then that image is stored in your head. There was one lady there that I didn’t recognize at all since her hair color and style and even weight had changed.
Some people that looked older in their pictures were actually much younger and vice versa.
Someone told me that I actually looked thinner in person than in my comments picture.
Anyway, I don’t think that anything can replace meeting people face to face.
You are right about putting it all into action now.
It was indeed a pleasure meeting you in Vegas and I was delighted to have an opportunity to train all of Alex’s eager students.
Thank you for your kind words on the benefits you received from the workshop and the direction I provided – knowing it will be put to good use is what it’s all about for us!
Looking forward to seeing you again!
March 31st, 2010 at 10:11 am
Thank you for your comment. It was great having you contribute to the workshop and you contributed a lot.
I’m glad that you are OK with what I wrote about you.
I hope that we get a chance to meet again and I look forward to it.
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