The System UK Intensive 2009 – London

Great news! Ken McCarthy is coming back to Blighty to do another System Intensive following last years’ mega-successful event.
The System 2009 London UK Intensive is a fantastic event to go to if you have any interest at all in Internet Marketing.
Ken has been a teacher of mine for over 4 years. I’m a massive fan, and a lot of my internet marketing success was down to visiting his System Seminars in Chicago. It was there that I met the likes of Perry Marshall, Dave Bullock, Dave Taylor, Howie Jacobson, Glenn Livingstone, David Rothwell, and a bunch of other people that are all right up there in the field.
Last year’s intensive was one I went to as a visitor, but Ken got me up to introduce him without warning me beforehand. I was hungover and a bit nervous, but I did the job okay. Later in the day he got me to join in with a live workshop ripping into websites of people in the audience. It was amazing (and my favourite sport) especially as I was sharing the stage with some other highly distinguished people like the legendary Drayton Bird (who I now quote in all my talks), the conversion rate squirrels Karl Blanks and Ben Jesson, wordtracker founder Mike Mindel and Ben Hunt, the web design genius.
If you’ve not heard of Ken, he’s the guy who first realised that the internet is a direct response medium when he held the first Internet Marketing seminar way back in 1994 in San Fransisco. Check it out:
I don’t know how much longer he’s going to be running events like this. I suggest you get yourself booked onto the System UK Intensive as soon as you can – I might even be there to meet you!

The founder of Attwood Digital, Mark is a digital marketing veteran having been working online since before the dotcom boom. He created the world's first online skip hire service in 2003, has created multiple online courses, lectured on digital marketing and even written a book on the subject. He is also an ICO advisor and crypto-enthusiast.
  1. re system intensive,when is its/and whats the deal?

    1. Just follow the links to it in the post!

  2. I’d love to go along to this event, but it’s not cheap.
    I’ve often thought about going to one of these events, especially as we don’t see many in the UK.
    Are they really worth the money Mark?

    1. In my view, yes. But I can’t make that decision for you. I personally believe you can never spend too much on improving your knowledge or connections: I always see it as an investment (i.e. something you’ll get a return on). It’s a personality thing – if you are the type of person that takes action on the information gathered at events like this, it’s a no-brainer. If not, don’t bother 🙂

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