So, the word is out. I’ll be one of five hosts at this year’s Elite Retreat in San Francisco on April 3rd and 4th. Here’s who else will be providing unfiltered advice to a small group of entrepreneurs looking to take their businesses to the next level:
- Jeremy Schoemaker – Shoemoney
- Aaron Wall – SEO Book
- Neil Patel – Pronet Advertising
- Andy Lui – Buddy TV
Plus… a keynote from Guy Kawasaki. Sounds pretty cool, huh?
Since Neil Patel will be taking the lead on content strategies for social media marketing, I’ll be freed up to focus on the selling and conversion side of things. I’ll also be available to give advice about developing information products and membership sites.
Just don’t expect me to talk about AdSense.
Again, sounds pretty cool, right? Well, here’s the deal about Elite Retreat if you’re not familiar with it from last year.
It’s limited to only 35 attendees, and it’s not cheap.
The idea is to have people who are ready to take their online businesses to the next level, and for the hosts to be able to interact directly with our guests to make sure that happens.
What that means is answering any question, throwing out any idea, and giving the absolute best advice we can possibly give. Again, that’s why it’s not cheap, and why space is limited.
It’s also not a matter of just showing up with your credit card. There’s an application process that ensures that every attendee is a good fit and will get multiple times their money’s worth by attending.
I know, that all sounds rather limiting, but if the testimonials from past participants are any indication, it works. And you’ll know if this is right for you, right?
Hey, there’s even a money-back guarantee.
So, check out the details, and see if Elite Retreat is a good fit. I’m hoping to see a few of you in San Francisco come April.