October 27, 2016
OMG Live 2016 Orlando
OMG (which stands for “One Man Gang”) Machines has been a driving force in helping me achieve goals. It’s the most comprehensive Internet Marketing program money can buy. With a focus on search engine optimization (SEO), the course also covers selling on Amazon.com, building e-commerce businesses, and lead generation. While it doesn’t stop there, it covers those topics (in my opinion) better than any other course of it’s kind.
OMG Live is their annual live event, and this year it was in Orlando, Florida. I had the pleasure of being a speaker at the event this year, and I spoke for an hour on the topic of affiliate marketing, which of course is what I teach in this video series.
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OMG Live Recap
The event was held at the Hyatt Regency Convention center, in the Windermere Room. It was a very well put together show. The speakers were mostly OMG coaches like Greg Morrison, Joshua Fletcher, Liz Herrera, and Stephen Floyd, who are all veteran OMG guys. Kotton Grammer was the host and MC, and did a wonderful job of putting everything together. Outside of OMG Machines, Derek Iwasiuk, Ryan Stewart, Alex Becker, and myself spoke and led up to the main event – Jordan Belfort! Otherwise known as the Wolf of Wall Street, this man has been through some ups and downs in life, but he knows selling better than anyone I’ve ever come across. Needless to say, the event was star studded and with 1,200 people in attendance, it was a great event.
The networking is always off the charts. I was able to see my good friend and student Gregory Ortiz. along with many other Affiliate U students. You meet so many people with similar mindsets, goals, and interests at events like this. It’s always good to see people who are at the top of their game, as well as see up and comers who are there gunning to join the ranks. Here’s a few photos from this years event.
I honestly shot from the hip for the most part, although I did have a few slides to guide me through what I wanted to talk about. I wondered if I did a good job as I was presenting, because to me this stuff all seems natural and like I’m having a conversation with myself. When I logged into Facebook and saw these comments, I felt much better about what I talked about.
Next up, Michael Devlin’s Mass Conversions Event at the Aria Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. January 29, 2017. I’ll have a more detailed update shortly.