“We decided to zero in on four major aspects of the adult Internet business that we feel are vital for everyone in this industry, whether they work for big companies or just act on their own as independent webmasters,” said Connor Young, President of YNOT Network, parent company of Cybernet Expo. “On June 11, we will focus on technical topics first, then content production second. Then on the 12th, we’ll start by focusing on legal and political issues, then spend the second part of the day on sales and marketing discussions.”
The technical seminars will cover topics including modern HTML design and traffic analysis. Content production seminars will include topics like working with models, and turning raw digital content into web-ready media. Legal and political seminars will discuss current and relevant topics regarding adult Internet law, business law, current legislative and litigation updates, and how the industry can work with government. Marketing seminars will focus on branding products, services or companies, and how to keep an affiliate program competitive in a market that is filled with free material.
“I’d like to point out that our seminars are really second to none,” Cybernet Expo Director of Operations LAJ said. “YNOT has been around since 1996, and Cybernet Expo got started in 1998. That’s a whole lot of industry experience that goes into the planning of seminars. It affects everything from picking relevant and useful topics, to selecting speakers who actually know what they’re talking about. Our seminars always get rave reviews from attendees.”
Cybernet Expo will take place at the Golden Gateway Hotel in San Francisco June 10-12. To register for the show, visit the Cybernet Expo website, where hotel registration at a discount rate is available.
Registered Cybernet Expo attendees may attend this year’s lineup of parties and events, including the XXXIronMan competition, the Opening Night Party hosted by Cybersocket.com, D-Money’s Rock The Ball concert and Kink.com’s “Make Porn Not War” event at the San Francisco Armory Building.
This year’s corporate sponsors for Cybernet Expo are DatingGold.com, AEBN/Naked Sword, Rackco.com, FlashCash.com and CoreMetrics.com. The conference sponsor this year is YappoDollars.com, and the registration sponsor is High Def Riches. Hospitality will be provided this year by AdultPaymaster.com and attorney Eric M. Bernstein.
For more information, to register for the show, or to contact Cybernet Expo, visit the Cybernet Expo website.