Albert Lazarito Joins AdultStarProfits.com

Albert Lazarito Joins AdultStarProfits.com
Stephen Yagielowicz
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. — Adult webmaster affiliate program AdultStarProfits.com has announced the addition of industry veteran Albert Lazarito to its team.

According to the company, Lazarito will be involved in management consulting and business development and will leverage his considerable experience in adult; having been active within the industry for a decade, including stints with several of the largest online subscription based affiliate programs — as well as mainstream marketing involvement and MBA training.

"Albert is one of the most well respected individuals in the adult online space," AdultStarProfits.com Founder Michael Gall said. "We have both done business together since the beginning of our respective careers and having him join our team is a welcomed addition."

"I am very blessed for all the experiences I have gained," Lazarito said. "I have worked with some of the top industry leaders and I have realized the efforts it takes to remain competitive, innovative and successful in managing risk."

"Albert specializes in executive level affiliate management, marketing, operations and business development," stated a company release. "Furthermore, his primary objective is to [help] the AdultStarProfits.com executive team retool and monetize all areas of their affiliate program. In addition to facilitating new business opportunities to their team, he will be instrumental in developing the organization's management vision and brand."

"My new opportunity with AdultStarProfits.com has provided me more 'control' over my career and allows me to meet the needs of achieving the highest quality of life," he added.

AdultStarProfits.com operates, owns and manages more than 60 solo girl porn star niche membership paysites that boast highly interactive features, social networking tools, custom webmaster solutions and more. According to the company, the sites incorporate "a corporate culture that invests their priorities into the best interest of their performers and partners."

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