Elite Retreat, Networking and Fun Times in San Francisco

Written by Zac Johnson
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It’s been a few days since I wrote my last blog post. I’ve been super busy in California over the past week, attending EliteRetreat and taking some time to visit the area for a few days after. The event was awesome and I can’t say enough about, I never wrote so many notes from one event before. Guest speakers Matt Mullenweg and Guy Kawasaki were both great. I’ll be making a few updates this week on the event in whole.

Today I spent time visiting Google and eBay headquarters in Mountain View and San Jose. I’ll also be writing more on this, this week.

Tomorrow I get my flight back to NJ and will get back to work again. Sure was nice to pretty much take a week off and only open my laptop up a few times over the past couple days. On the flight back I’ll probably write a new blog post or two for this and next week.

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12 Replies to “Elite Retreat, Networking and Fun Times in San Francisco”

  1. Man I wish I could go to Elite Retreat, its very expensive and at the moment I can not afford it, probably in the future I will be able to go.

  2. That sounds like quite the trip. Cant wait to hear what you have to say about Elite Retreat.

  3. Zac, not to be offesive or anything. But my honest opinion about your blog is that is not focusing very much on affiliate marketing and its loosing some hype. Its becoming very similar to Jhon Chow's blog. Its focused on showing visitors how to make money online…and what I see is that for the last couple of months you are lacking that kind of information.

    Im a big fan of you and your work. But Im loosing interest on your blog because of this lack of tips and info on how to market campaigns and make money online.

    Just my 2 cents 🙂

  4. I think your blog would have a lot more visitors and gain hype if you move to the direction of Jonathan Volk and Uberaffiliate….

  5. Good to hear you had a great time and sounds like you were able to pick up some tips. Can't wait to hear more about it and learn how you are able to incorporate whatever you learned…and teach us of course as you go lol ;). Have a safe flight!

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